For immediate release
Immigration “EXODO” is the theme of the
Second Bronx Latin American Art Biennial
Alexis Mendoza, Luis Stephenberg and Miguel Lescano
Bronx celebrates 2010 Bx Latin American Art Biennial, with a program that included several Art Exhibitions, throughout The Bronx, starting September 17 at The Point. Artists address issues such as, migration and exile. This call for a rational and creative interpretation on the action of human migration, it presents particular perspectives that just art can achieved. Art works in all genres and media representing 21 different countries. It features urban installations, art performance, graffito murals, videos, painting sculptures and graphics.
While September 17th through November 30th, marks Hispanic Heritage Month, the Bronx Festival Inc. celebrates with the participation of over 100 artists local as well as from throughout the Caribbean, Mexico and Latin America.
Performance at The Bronx Museum
Brazilian artist Angela Freiberger will performs CAGE FREE EGGS starting at 5:45 pm on November 6
Angela Freiberger explores the idea of ‘body’, in which the sculpture and other media suggest and become an extension of her. The sculptures represent and contrast the finitude of the human body. She incorporates performance art to challenge and transgress physical and mental boundaries.