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FLUX Art Fair: May 14 – 17, 2015 at the Historic Corn Exchange Building in Harlem

Published April 4, 2015

FLUX Art Fair May 14 – 17, 2005 at the historic Corn Exchange Building in Harlem Presenting artists include Juan Luna and several others. A contemporary art fair in the culturally rich community of Harlem.  FLUX Art Fair is a dynamic artistic platform engaging an international community of collectors and those who simply appreciate art to discover artists and discover the vitality of Harlem. Driven by curators collaborating with artists, FLUX Fair contributes to the vibrancy of Harlem by expanding the scene beyond the walls of the fair, partnering with cultural institutions and creating opportunity for rising Harlem artists within the fair.  Guest Curators select […]

Consistent Change – An Art in FLUX Harlem Exhibit: March 18 – May 1, 2015 at Aloft Harlem

Published March 3, 2015

EXHIBITING ARTISTS:   Anthony Boone, Danielle Siegelbaum, Juan Luna, Mondo Morales, Uday Dhar WHEN:   March 18 thru May 1, 2015. WHERE:   Aloft Harlem, 2296 Frederick Douglass Blvd. at 124th Street. Consistent Change is an exhibit exploring the idea that outside influences will constantly challenge us to adapt, regardless of whether we choose to fight or accept them. Curated by Ken Weisensee!gallery-consistent-change/cswa

A Warburg Exhibit of My Latest Work – July 1 to September 30, 2014 – 100 Hudson St., Tribeca, New York

Published May 5, 2014

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Art In FLUX Harlem presents Juan Luna Featured Artist at the April 24, 2013 New York Business Consultants Academy

Published April 4, 2013

About Art In FLUX Harlem Art In FLUX Harlem is a movement of artists appearing in Pop-­‐Up Art Galleries featuring special events and creative collaborations with theatre, film, music, fashion & creative industries. FLUX creates opportunity for artists, brings art into public spaces, and stimulates a vibrant neighborhood merging art, commerce and community.    twitter:@artinfluxharlem   About Juan Luna Born and raised in Peru, Juan Luna was introduced to art at an early age. An autodidact, Luna describes his artwork as reflecting his life experiences and view of the world around him. These experiences strongly influence the subject and nature of his works, […]

AARP New York Launches First-Ever Art Exhibition in Celebration of Black History Month

Published January 1, 2013

Exhibit will feature works from artists age 50+ including Internationally Acclaimed Artists Willie Cole; Betty Blayton; and Iconic Graffiti Artist, Nic 707; Special Gallery Talk with Legendary Singer Sarah Dash of LaBelle; and More  NEW YORK — In celebration of Black History Month, AARP New York is launching its first-ever art exhibition, Lasting Legacy: The Journey of YOU, February 27. To inspire people 50-plus to discover their unique talents, explore new possibilities, and create lasting legacies, AARP will feature the works of celebrated and emerging artists along with a full roster of special events through April 2013.  The artists represent […]