Immigration is the Nation Exhibition

Saturday, September 21, 2019 6:30 - 8:30 PM

Cargo Project Gallery opens its third exhibition with the works of foreign-born visual artists, illustrators, and designers.

The exhibition will open Saturday, September 21st, 2019, and it is part of the official program of Bushwick Open Studios 2019, organized by Arts in Bushwick, and Ridgewood Open Studios 2019.

It's going to be a great group show that will present the works of foreign-born artists and creators working and living in the US, including Amaia Marzabal​ (Spain), Hera HaeSoo Kim​ (South Korea), Kuldeep Singh​ (India), Max Kazarin​ (Ukraine), Gaspar Marquez​ (Mexico), Aída Miró​(Spain), Erica Reade​ (Canada), Mensur Bojda​ (North Macedonia), Hadieh Afshani​ (Iran/Australia), Aline Decat​ (Belgium), Natalie Burlutskaya​ (Russia), Naoshi Sunae​ (Japan), Cheer Up Luv​ (Eliza Hatch) (UK), Izabella Demavlys​ (Sweden), Elham Atayi Azar​ (Iran), Subin Yang (South Korea), Rosalia Martinez Castrillon​ (Rosie Chococake) (Argentina), Nutthawut Siridejchai​ (Thailand), Iris Lei (China), Till Lauer (Switzerland), Niege Borges​ (Brazil), Sena Kwon​ (South Korea), Sarah Esgt​ (France), Shuya Iida​ (Japan), Penny Chu​ (Hong Kong), and Joseph Chun​ (South Korea).

The exhibition is sponsored by The Espejo Organization for the Arts and Us for the Arts, both arts management organizations based in New York who give support to international artists and creative professionals.

20% of the artworks' sales will be donated to the International Rescue Committee that is currently developing programs to help migrant children and their families at the US border.

Curated by Kika Espejo

Managed by Unue Perez

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