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Sep 30, 2019

Check Out this Traveling Queens Art Exhibit in 3 Different Neighborhoods

The Plaxall Gallery in Long Island City (5-25 46th Ave) is the first stop in a multi-month traveling art exhibit called Creative Mosaic, focused on showcasing emerging artists from Queens. (…)

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The Plaxall Gallery in Long Island City (5-25 46th Ave) is the first stop in a multi-month traveling art exhibit called Creative Mosaic, focused on showcasing emerging artists from Queens.

The group exhibit is curated by Queens-based art curator and writer Osman Can Yerebakan, whose writing has appeared in New York Times Magazine, Paris Review, New York Magazine and more.

In a press release from the gallery, Creative Mosaic is said to “shed light on themes, concerns, media, and techniques local artists are currently invested in to convey their experience, and beyond, exhibiting works by more than a hundred artists taking over the gallery in its entirety.”

A closing reception and “artist talk” will take place on October 13 at Plaxall Gallery, and afterwards the display will be heading to the Citicorp windows at Court Square (1 Ct Square W). In February, it will continue on to Flushing Town Hall (137-35 Northern Blvd), highlighting the very Queens neighborhoods it represents while in them.

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