Special thanks to Gary @standupvirgin who invited me to see first-hand our mistreated water but also appreciate its value and the life that found ways to exist despite of the pollution @gowanusdredgers
From watching it by in a subway car to taking it slow and riding it on canoe: The Gowanus Canal.
Recent Media Consumption:
The Guerrilla Girls’ Bedside Companion to the History of Western Art
Photographers on Photography : How the Masters See, Think & Shoot by Henry Carroll
Kahlo by Eckhard Hollman
For the Love of Music: A Conductor’s Guide to the Art of Listening by John Mauceri
Land dispossession both historically and in modern times has affected the experiences of people of color all over the world. Whether through colonialism or gentrification Black and Brown people have had to grapple with the real challenges brought on by population growth, capitalism and greed.
In the third artist talk from our virtual exhibition series “West Harlem Arts: Resilience 2021,” we bring together four intergenerational artists that are all documenting the urban environment and using their voice to record and bring attention to this ongoing dilemma. Join Cathleen Campbell, Daisy Ruiz, Jonas St. Juste and Nicole Goodwin as they share their experience documenting the land, people and places that they call home.
This event is presented in conjunction with “West Harlem Arts: Resilience 2021,” a virtual exhibition series from The Children’s Art Carnival and Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano on view until May 22, 2021 at WestHarlemArts.org.
West Harlem Arts: Resilience 2021 is part of The Children’s Art Carnival ‘s New Normal Skills Development Series, presented in partnership with Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano.
Virtual Community Workshops, Establishing Your Community Practice Workshops, New Normal Skills Development Series, and Sunday Salon @ The Children’s Art Carnival are made possible with funding from West Harlem Development Corporation.
To learn more about The Children’s Art Carnival: Click here
To learn more about Centro Civico Cultural Dominicano: Click here
To view the West Harlem Arts: Resilience 2021 Exhibition: Click here
These are fine art, hand pulled, prints depicting Riverside Park & the Hudson River landscape in New York City as viewed from Manhattan. Measuring 6″ x 9″, the prints were executed with chromogenic print on Fuji Deep Matte paper and were created in 2021. The prints are unframed and signed in ink on the back in the lower right hand corner.
C-type, or chromogenic printing is the process which the digital image is projected onto light-sensitive paper with silver-based chemistry. The paper is exposed to light, and the image is infused into the paper through a chemical process.
Jonas St. Juste (b. 1995) is an emerging fine art photographer born, and currently based in, Harlem, New York City.
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