Tag Archives: Art Exhibition

“Portraits of My Community” by Felipe Galindo “Feggo” at Morris Jumel

Portraits of My Community by Felipe Galindo “Feggo,” October 7 – January 2, 2022.

Exhibit is on view during the museum’s public hours, Thurs–Sun, 11:00am – 5:00pm. Free admission is available by booking at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/…/self-guided-interior-tour…

“Portraits of My Community” features a selection of thirty mixed-media artworks portraying the people of Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood. The project celebrates the intertwining of cultures in our neighborhoods, presenting a social commentary on the diversity, beauty and resilience of longtime residents, newcomers and immigrants. The artist re-purposes packaging materials -the familiar objects we use and discard-, to reflect on environmental issues, while honoring the everyday resilience and joy in our communities. Works from the artist’s ongoing Used/Reused series have been exhibited at El Museo’s (S) Files Biennial, Philosophy Box Gallery, Mark Miller Gallery, and The Bronx Museum.
From October 2021 to June 2022, The Morris-Jumel Mansion will host a series of three pop-up exhibitions featuring the work of local artists, who each reside within the former boundaries of the Morris and Jumel family estates. The series will further Morris-Jumel’s exploration of the connections between the past and the present as these artists reflect upon the museum’s mission and local communities.
For event information, visit morrisjumel.org.

“Portraits of My Community” by Felipe Galindo “Feggo” at Morris Jumel

Portraits of My Community by Felipe Galindo “Feggo,” October 7 – January 2, 2022.

Exhibit is on view during the museum’s public hours, Thurs–Sun, 11:00am – 5:00pm. Free admission is available by booking at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/…/self-guided-interior-tour…

“Portraits of My Community” features a selection of thirty mixed-media artworks portraying the people of Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood. The project celebrates the intertwining of cultures in our neighborhoods, presenting a social commentary on the diversity, beauty and resilience of longtime residents, newcomers and immigrants. The artist re-purposes packaging materials -the familiar objects we use and discard-, to reflect on environmental issues, while honoring the everyday resilience and joy in our communities. Works from the artist’s ongoing Used/Reused series have been exhibited at El Museo’s (S) Files Biennial, Philosophy Box Gallery, Mark Miller Gallery, and The Bronx Museum.
From October 2021 to June 2022, The Morris-Jumel Mansion will host a series of three pop-up exhibitions featuring the work of local artists, who each reside within the former boundaries of the Morris and Jumel family estates. The series will further Morris-Jumel’s exploration of the connections between the past and the present as these artists reflect upon the museum’s mission and local communities.
For event information, visit morrisjumel.org.

“Portraits of My Community” by Felipe Galindo “Feggo” at Morris Jumel

Portraits of My Community by Felipe Galindo “Feggo,” October 7 – January 2, 2022.

Exhibit is on view during the museum’s public hours, Thurs–Sun, 11:00am – 5:00pm. Free admission is available by booking at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/…/self-guided-interior-tour…

“Portraits of My Community” features a selection of thirty mixed-media artworks portraying the people of Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood. The project celebrates the intertwining of cultures in our neighborhoods, presenting a social commentary on the diversity, beauty and resilience of longtime residents, newcomers and immigrants. The artist re-purposes packaging materials -the familiar objects we use and discard-, to reflect on environmental issues, while honoring the everyday resilience and joy in our communities. Works from the artist’s ongoing Used/Reused series have been exhibited at El Museo’s (S) Files Biennial, Philosophy Box Gallery, Mark Miller Gallery, and The Bronx Museum.
From October 2021 to June 2022, The Morris-Jumel Mansion will host a series of three pop-up exhibitions featuring the work of local artists, who each reside within the former boundaries of the Morris and Jumel family estates. The series will further Morris-Jumel’s exploration of the connections between the past and the present as these artists reflect upon the museum’s mission and local communities.
For event information, visit morrisjumel.org.

“Portraits of My Community” by Felipe Galindo “Feggo” at Morris Jumel

Portraits of My Community by Felipe Galindo “Feggo,” October 7 – January 2, 2022.

Exhibit is on view during the museum’s public hours, Thurs–Sun, 11:00am – 5:00pm. Free admission is available by booking at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/…/self-guided-interior-tour…

“Portraits of My Community” features a selection of thirty mixed-media artworks portraying the people of Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood. The project celebrates the intertwining of cultures in our neighborhoods, presenting a social commentary on the diversity, beauty and resilience of longtime residents, newcomers and immigrants. The artist re-purposes packaging materials -the familiar objects we use and discard-, to reflect on environmental issues, while honoring the everyday resilience and joy in our communities. Works from the artist’s ongoing Used/Reused series have been exhibited at El Museo’s (S) Files Biennial, Philosophy Box Gallery, Mark Miller Gallery, and The Bronx Museum.
From October 2021 to June 2022, The Morris-Jumel Mansion will host a series of three pop-up exhibitions featuring the work of local artists, who each reside within the former boundaries of the Morris and Jumel family estates. The series will further Morris-Jumel’s exploration of the connections between the past and the present as these artists reflect upon the museum’s mission and local communities.
For event information, visit morrisjumel.org.

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Pop Up Art Installation: “Obscurus Projectum” Continues Until Spring

Back by popular demand! Gibson + Recoder’s Obscura Projectum will remain in place until Spring 2022. With the changing weather and season, this installation will project a variety of colors and movement. Come visit it often to gain the full experience.

We are partnered with Gibson + Recoder for a limited pop up art installation titled “Obscurus Projectum” that is on display at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum during open hours this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday! Don’t miss the opportunity to check out this beautiful installment in person.