Artists in the Marketplace Biennial: Bronx Museum

Mar 10, 2014


We love the Arts at MAN of the WORLD and we always do our utmost to support the work of young, fearless creatives pursuing a liberated and limitless, artistic life. Later this month, the Bronx Museum will showcase the work of Artists in the Marketplace (AIM) – a program established in 1980 with the goals of providing networking opportunities for emerging artists residing in the New York metropolitan area.

The 73 artists in this year’s Biennial hail from a host of countries: United States, Canada, Cuba, Chile, Spain, Japan, Korea, Nigeria and many more. One of the artists featured is Jay Paavonpera, an interdisciplinary painter working in industrial and ephemeral media. He uses mixed graphic media compositions to further investigate the comprehension of self and involvement of self within environment. Some of his art works are shown here.

The AIM exhibitions are free and open to the public at the following locations:

The Bronx Museum of the Arts – 1040 Bronx Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY: June 23 – September 8, 2013

Wave Hill – 675 Independence Ave, Bronx, NY: June 22 – September 8, 2013

1285 Avenue of Americas Art Gallery – 1285 6th Ave, New York, NY :  June 24 – September 20, 2013

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