Something’s Gotta Give

“The Only Terrorism That Matters Now” Excerpted from “Not In My Country” a collaborative installation by Ginger Andro, Mark Ari, and Chuck Glicksman, November 2019, at Westbeth Gallary, NYC. Text by Mark Ari. Recitation by Mark Ari and the New Jax City Word and Whisper Choir (Kaitlyn Anderson, Heather Hunter, Seth Gozar, and Brenden De Lancey).

Something’s Gotta Give.

In an exhibition that confronts the current state of the country, humanity and the planet, six artists deliver four perspectives that challenge us to experience the human condition as they see it. Ginger Andro, Chuck Glicksman, Mark Ari, Irene Christensen, Thea Lanzisero, and Aleksandr Razin join their voices—in sculpture, installation, and paint—to those rising all over the world to demand a major change in attitude and action. Our survival depends on it. Something’s gotta give.

Westbeth Gallery
55 Bethune St. New York, N.Y. 10014 westbethgallery@gmail.com www.WestBeth.org

November 2-23, 2019
Opening Reception Sat. Nov. 2nd, 5-9pm
Wed.-Sun. 1-6pm

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