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My show Scar.f - Agnieszka Zak
2017-04-24 01:48:00

 
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I am excited to invite you to my upcoming May exhibitions in New York.
My show Scar.f in the wind will be running at :
Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in Chelsea,
547 W 27th St #510 during the Frieze week May 1st through 7
the Hollows Art Space in Williamsburg,
Brooklyn, 151 Bedford Ave, May 8 through 14.
I would be honored to have you join me at the opening reception at Emmanuel Fremin gallery on May 4 between 6 and 8pm, and at the Hollows Art Space on May 10, between 6 and 8pm.
My realist paintings adress themes of human rights and global multiculturalism, and the goal of my work is to celebrate cultural identity and combat issues such as the rising xenophobia related to the recent global migrant crisis.
I will be happy to meet in person and discuss my artistic practice and themes of the works on view.
Kind regards
Agnieszka Zak
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