Nathan Cummings Foundation Re-Imagining A Safe Space

I’ll be showing work in a new  group exhibition:  Re-imagining A Safe Space at the Nathan Cummings Foundation,  co-curated by Deborah Willis and Melissa Harris, opening March 30.

The exhibition brings together works by  22 photographers, video artists, and visual artists who explore the theme of the exhibition through their works:

Mangue Banzima, Martin Bell and Mary Ellen Mark, Nina Berman, Zoë Buckman, Cause Collective (Ryan Alexiev, Jim Ricks, Will Sylvester, Hank Willis Thomas), Elizabeth Colomba, Bruce Davidson, Erika deVries, Donna Ferrato, Samara Gaev, Caran Hartsfield, Lili Holzer-Glier, Jessica Ingram, Michael Koehler, Barbara Kruger, Lorie Novak, Gordon Parks, Alice Proujansky, Safe Space Collective (Myles Golden, Nate Palmer, Mallika Vora), Scheherazade Tillet, Sophia Tsanos, and David Wojnaorwicz

Thursday, March 30, 2017 | 6-8pm

Nathan Cummings Foundation
475 10th Ave, 14th Floor
Free and open to the public.
RSVP Required via Eventbrite.
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©Nina Berman 2015

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One Response to Nathan Cummings Foundation Re-Imagining A Safe Space

  1. Sue Brisk says:

    Very impressive nina

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