Last night I attended the opening reception of a show featuring my work and several other artists also focusing on gentrification issues at the Interchurch Center in Manhattan. It is open Monday-Friday, 9-5 until January 4th. (It is located near Columbia University on 120th and Riverside Dr.)
Noah Fischer's Financial Relief Sculptures are on display in the center's Treasure Room, a fitting space for his beautiful and fascinating look at finance and numismatics. Also featured are the installation work by two artists, Oasa Duverney and Mildred Beltre, who weave their message in fences.
James and Karla Murray have been documenting the storefronts in NYC since the 1990 and have been watching their storefronts change and disappear. (I didn't get installation shots, but their website is here.)
This is the first time my photographs of Brooklyn Changing have been displayed for the public in print form. Special thanks to Frank DeGregorie, the show curator!