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MAAC on the Map: NY1 News & Opening

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Thank you to all the wonderful people who joined us for the opening reception of MAAC on the Map on Saturday!

And thank you to Stephanie Simon for recommending us on NY1 News!

(Click on the photo to see the segment on the NY1 site)

Our Contemporary Art Exhibition Series Edition I., featuring the work of several female Asian artists working in New York City, is on until March 31st.

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Zahra Nazari’s large­-scale abstracted and architectonic paintings and installations are based on the ruins of historical sites in Iran in conjunction with American postmodern architectural forms.

 

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Xin Song: “My work borrows pictures from all kinds of magazines, in the service of large questions about social and political values.”

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Reception & Opening of MAAC on the Map on March 11th

 

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Artist Lulu Dong creates a source of illumination pointing to a bright future.

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Ping Zheng: “I am interested in the ambiguity of an inner landscape”.

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Dasha Shkurpela: “”To me, self-portrait brings into focus the ultimate meaning of my creative practice. An artist in her self-portrait (as both object and process) is an artist, her own subject, her own instrument, her own creation and her own viewer”

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Gao Yuan’s fine art photographs explores cultural identity and the multi-layered arts of a society using symbols and signs from ancient painting, graffiti art, and even tattoos.

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

O Zhang addresses the universal longing of cultivated human being to escape their quotidian world to commune with nature.

 

Maac on the Map - at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Shiva Jlayer being interviewed. Shiva’s works vary from representational and surrealistic portraits to Persepolis paintings in remembrance of her father’s (Mehdi Jlayer) works.

MAAC on the Map runs daily (until March 31st) here at the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center (1050 2nd Avenue, at 56th Street).

 

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