HOME, MEMORY, AND FUTURE
CURRENT EXHIBITION

HOME, MEMORY, AND FUTURE | INAUGURAL THREE PART EXHIBITION

On View October 2016 to April  2017
Renowned curator, Lowery Stokes Sims joins Yasmin Ramirez, Marta Moreno Vega and Regina Bultrón Bengoa in curating a 3-part exhibition Home, Memory, and Future.

Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute | 120 East 125th Street Between Lexington and Park Avenues

PART I | HARLEM: EAST AND WEST

Installed on the street level of the new building, features the work of pioneering photographers who have chronicled the people, places, and events in East and West Harlem from the 1970s to the present, demonstrating the rich interaction between these two distinctive sections within this historic neighborhood. It will feature the work of three renowned photographers, Hiram Maristany, Dawoud Bey, and Chester Higgins.

PART II | HARLEM AND HOME IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT

Installed on the second floor, features work by painters, sculptors and installation artist that demonstrates how the concept of “home” represents a universal and universally experienced concept for artists of color from diverse origins. The selected works will demonstrate how memory can be relied upon to recreate, imagine and reconstruct cultural traditions in varied efforts to establish “home” in distant environments. It will feature the work of artists, Antonio Martorell, Abigail DeVille, Pepon Osorio, Whitfield Lovell, Dr. Amalia Mesa-Bains, Adrian "Viajero" Roman, Scherazade Garcia, Nicole Awai .

PART III | MI QUERIDO BARRIO (MY BELOVED COMMUNITY) AUGMENTED REALITY EXHIBITION

The ‘virtual’ exhibition, Mi Querido Barrio (My Beloved Community), is mounted outdoors and in ‘cyberspace’ using augmented reality technology, will feature site-specific pieces by local artists focusing on physical locations of importance within the social history of El Barrio. It will feature the work of artists, Yasmin Hernandez, Adrian "Viajero" Roman, Alejandro Epifanio, Oliver Rios, Andrew Padilla, Edwin Pagan, Bianca DeJesus, Mariona Lloreta, Kearra Amaya Gopee, and Michael Cordero.

 

MAJOR SUPPORT FOR "HOME, MEMORY, AND FUTURE" AND "MI QUERIDO BARRIO" HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY THE FORD FOUNDATION, WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FROM THE NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.

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