Beatrice Lebreton
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  • New York, NY
  • United States

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great exhibition I curated with Ibou Ndoye

“ECHOES: A Time to Keep & A Time to Let Go”A dual gallery exhibition Harlem, NY- October, 29 2012- Art in FLUX Harlem is proud to announce the exhibit“ECHOES: A Time to Keep & A Time to Let Go”, in which artists reveal the importance of the spiritual power of Africa by retaining elements of the traditional world and yet creating a new contemporary vision. Through visual art, film, photography, dance, and spoken word, artists proclaim a cultural heritage while they explore, celebrate,…See More
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Echoes.

Posted on October 29, 2012 at 7:47pm 0 Comments

ECHOESA Time to Keep & A Time to Let Go
A dual gallery exhibition curated by
Beatrice Lebreton & Ibou Ndoye, inspired by Filmmaker Ebbe Bassey,  programming produced by Belynda M’baye
 
EXHIBITING ARTISTS
Alberte Bernier, Beatrice Lebreton, Dougba Caranda-Martin, Gail Shaw-Clemons, Geraldine Gaines, Ibou Ndoye, J W Ford, Lance Johnson, Leonardo Benzant, Makeba Rainey,…
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great exhibition I curated with Ibou Ndoye

Posted on October 29, 2012 at 7:41pm 0 Comments

“ECHOES: A Time to Keep & A Time to Let Go”
A dual gallery exhibition
 
Harlem, NY- October, 29 2012- Art in FLUX Harlem is proud to announce the exhibit
“ECHOES: A Time to Keep & A Time to Let Go”, in which artists reveal the importance of the spiritual power of Africa by retaining elements of the traditional world and yet…
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