3rd Wave: The Planet of Brooklyn Transitions

October 13, 2006 – January 12, 2007

One9, 5a.m. Bedstuy Brooklyn, 2006, digital print, 18 x 24 inches
Card Design: Zareen Dadachanji

Friday, October 13, 6–8pm

Saturday, October 14, 1–5pm

Thursday, December 7, 6–8pm

3rd Wave: The Planet of Brooklyn Transitions, an exhibition of works by 25 Brooklyn-based artists, presents a visual analysis of the effect immigration, migration and gentrification has had on New York's most populous borough.

A '3rd Wave' of new Brooklyn residents, which follows two previous large-scale influxes of immigration into Brooklyn, has resulted in a unique mix of traditions, cultures and perspectives on life that characterize the borough today. 3rd Wave: The Planet of Brooklyn Transitions captures this shift in Brooklyn's ever-changing history through the eyes of 25 artists, working across two dimensional forms. Brooklyn-based artists, Scott Andresen, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn, Betty Alexandra Bastidas, Steven Bornholtz, Martin Brecht, Delphine Fawandu Buford, Samantha Casolari, Linn Edwards, Cacy Forgenie, Lucy Fradkin, G Grippo, Akintola Hanif, Jayson Keeling, Nsenga Knight, Youme Landowne, Erica McDonald, Ocean Morisset, Lori Nelson, One9, David Pham, Joan B Reutershan, Misty Rice, Tom Russotti, Hidemi Sato and Rachel Wells contribute works that create a mosaic of images and themes, each representing a dimension that makes up the culture of present day Brooklyn.


Philip Harvey is the editor of nat creole, an online monthly magazine (www.natcreole.com) dedicated to offering an entertaining yet informed perspective on the literature, politics, art and music of contemporary global culture. With a focus on broadening the conversation on the arts and their role in an increasingly inter-connected world, nat creole provides an ideal forum for the exchange of ideas, beliefs and forms of cultural expression.

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