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SEE: Work by Underrepresented Artists in the Endless Editions Biennial


  • EFA Project Space 323 West 39th Street New York, NY 10018 United States (map)
Image courtesy of Endless Editions

Image courtesy of Endless Editions

Check out the Endless Editions Biennial at the EFA Project Space for an all inclusive compilation of prints, publications and art by a wide selection of artists. Endless Editions is a community-based curatorial and publishing project that supports and promotes emerging and underrepresented artists in the New York City community. This year’s Endless Editions Biennial takes on the theme of OPTIMISM, where the exhibiting artists examine the concept of optimism as a tool for daily life.

“In a world that is hard to live in, one often questions the use of the word ‘optimism.’ On the one hand, optimism references a possibility for hope in the future - a hope in part thanks to all the incredible work that queer, trans, people of color, womxn, activists, culture makers, artists, and educators are doing. On the other hand, the confidence of optimism, like when people say ‘why can’t you just be optimistic about the future?’ can make some feel uncomfortable. It feels like optimism doesn’t always hold the complexities of what it means to look towards the future or a successful outcome.”

- Curator Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo on the biennial’s theme, OPTIMISM

This is an open-submission curatorial project that accepts 100% of the artists that express interest in participating - guaranteeing a wide range of ideas and experiences.

Tickets

FREE

Wednesday - Saturday / 12pm - 6pm