Once again the ClockTowerSalon has proudly hosted the opening of yet another beautifully curated art show, this one featuring photography, sculpture, stencil art and multimedia projection, all questioning the meaning of “sacred” within our culture and our lives.
And as usual, it attracted a lively and articulate crowd, all in animated discussion fueled by a warmer than usual November evening and endless bottles of nice hootch.
The art, well lit by Gregory A. Roach using LanceLee Trim’s vintage collection, compelled repeat visits and rewarded long stays. Typical of previous shows, local celebrity showed up along with the usual creme de la SoBro creme.
The displays elicited admiring glances,
interesting interpretation and
Is nothing scared?
This art will challenge your expectations.
And this time there is sculptural PDA, too.
Redefining the Sacred, at the ClockTowerSalon, 112 Lincoln Ave. @ Bruckner Blvd. Bronx NY, 10454, Tuesday through Saturday 10am – 6pm through December 11th.
Fine art, quality curation, good drinks, real talent, exciting crowd, another great night.
Dreadful. This just HAS to stop.