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Hebrew Tabernacle: Francis Hsueh

I’m thrilled to be showing a large collection of my originals and limited edition prints at the Armin and Estelle Gold Wing Gallery inside the Hebrew Tabernacle in Washington Heights, beginning May 6. Many pieces will be seen in public for the first time. Opening reception will take place on Saturday, June 1, 12pm-2pm. This solo exhibit is curated by Regina Gradess and will last for 3 months, ending July 31.⁠ The Hebrew Tabernacle is located at 551 Fort Washington Ave. at 185th Street.

Hebrew Tabernacle: Francis Hsueh

I’m thrilled to be showing a large collection of my originals and limited edition prints at the Armin and Estelle Gold Wing Gallery inside the Hebrew Tabernacle in Washington Heights, beginning May 6. Many pieces will be seen in public for the first time. Opening reception will take place on Saturday, June 1, 12pm-2pm. This solo exhibit is curated by Regina Gradess and will last for 3 months, ending July 31.⁠ The Hebrew Tabernacle is located at 551 Fort Washington Ave. at 185th Street.

Hebrew Tabernacle: Francis Hsueh

I’m thrilled to be showing a large collection of my originals and limited edition prints at the Armin and Estelle Gold Wing Gallery inside the Hebrew Tabernacle in Washington Heights, beginning May 6. Many pieces will be seen in public for the first time. Opening reception will take place on Saturday, June 1, 12pm-2pm. This solo exhibit is curated by Regina Gradess and will last for 3 months, ending July 31.⁠ The Hebrew Tabernacle is located at 551 Fort Washington Ave. at 185th Street.

Hispanic Society: Dominican Yorks at the Hispanic Society

Exhibition Title: Dominican Yorks at the Hispanic Society
Location: Hispanic Society Museum & Library

Dates: February 23 – June 30, 2024

The Hispanic Society Museum & Library inaugurates Arte en el Alto Manhattan with Dominican Yorks at the Hispanic Society featuring three Dominican-born co-curators exhibiting works created in artistic dialog with HSM&L’s collection based on their individual aesthetic approaches as well as their unique perspective as Dominican immigrants in New York. The works showcased express the complicated transnational and intercultural identity, which these artists share with over 2 million Dominican-Americans in the United States, approximately half of whom reside in the NYC Metropolitan area, particularly in the museum’s home neighborhood of Washington Heights.

Co-curators: Reynaldo García Pantaleón, Chiqui Mendoza, & Rider Ureña