Saturday, April 21, 2012

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

Boogie Down Rider

Built as a refuge for elderly rich folks who had lost their fortunes (really), the Andrew Freedman Home on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx is currently hosting This Side of Paradise, a site-specific installation put on by the artists' group No Longer Empty (which fills unused spaces --- like Tower Records --- with temporary exhibitions). Featuring work by more than 20 artists, This Side of Paradise explores the tensions between this peculiar bit of the Bronx's past and its contemporary circumstances. 

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise
 
No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise

No Longer Empty: This Side of Paradise




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