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Opening Reception for Allusions
January 4, 2016  |  6-9PM

Featured Artist - Xavier Roux
Join us on Wednesday, January 4th, for

Allusions

an Art in Flux exhibition coinciding with the
opening of JCC's New Community Space.


JCC Harlem 318 West 118th Street (Map)

A selection from Xavier's Dream on Me series will be shown alongside the work of
Alice Mizrachi, Aya Rodriguez-Izumi, FEEGZ - Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez, Jenevieve Reid, Michael Pribich, MOOSH, Noreen Dean Dresser, Suprina, Tammy Nguyen, and Uday K. Dhar.


 
Art in Flux Press Release  &  RSVP:
Allusions
includes two-dimensional artworks and multi-dimensional installations presented by uptown artists hailing from vastly different backgrounds and upbringings who share a message of multiculturalism and inclusiveness.  The works explore immigration, cross-cultural existence, intersectionality, religion, politics, and current world events with an artistic vision to encourage empathy, understanding and tolerance.  

Opening Reception: Wednesday, January 4, 2016 | 6 - 9 PM

Artists: Alice Mizrachi, Aya Rodriguez-Izumi, FEEGZ - Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez, Jenevieve Reid, Michael Pribich, MOOSH, Noreen Dean Dresser, Suprina, Tammy Nguyen, Uday K. Dhar and Xavier Roux

Location:
JCC Harlem
318 West 118th Street
Exhibition Dates:
January 4 - April 15, 2017

Additional Information:
www.artinfluxharlem.com


RSVP HERE or on FACEBOOK


Featured Artist : Xavier Roux
“Dream on Me” is a participatory art project developed as a visual exploration of the TEDx conference in New York in 2014. The project included eight yoga mats installed on the floors in the hallways of the event, on which the public was invited to dream.  Underneath each mat were 2 layers of canvas: one blank and the other covered with blue oil pigments. The four canvases on display were placed under the yoga mats and recorded footprints, handprints and body prints of the event participants, creating abstracts landscapes. 


 

About Xavier Roux
New-York based French artist, Xavier Roux regularly exhibits in New-York city since 2002 (Whitney Museum of Art, Leroy Neiman Gallery among others) and works in a variety of media ranging from monumental installations to works on paper and canvas, he namely gained attention for his tumble-washed canvasses. Roux was involved in various participative public art projects, he was the recipient of several prizes involving major commissions such as the San-Francisco Art Commission in 2008 or a large commission work in a public space in Tapei, Taiwan in 2002. Roux is also a regular contributor in various publications and media programs.
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