Thanks & Press

Thanks to everyone who came out for the opening and artist talks for The Gentrification of Brooklyn at MoCADA.  The response has been overwhelming and I am inspired by all the conversations about gentrification the show is generating.  For those who haven’t seen it yet, it will be up until May 16.  You can see a list of future events here.

The show has received some great press, including this NY1 piece.

Enjoy these pics from the opening!

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Crowd at MoCADA

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in front of Locations & Dislocation

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Locations & Dislocation on the windows of MoCADA

Brooklyn Rail

Gothamist

The Brooklyn Paper

The Architect’s Newspaper

Special thanks to Laurie Cumbo (director of MoCADA), Dexter Wimberly (curator) and LaShaya Howie (awesome MoCADA intern who installed with me for 5 hours!), everyone at MoCADA and the other artists.

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  1. Hey! I recognize the painting in the background, is that the artist who does all the Coney Island posters?

  2. Yes! This exact painting was probably hanging outside the freak show when you were in Coney Island.

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