Tag: Daniel Hauben

Bronx Artist Documentary Project Gives The World A Glance At The Artist’s Creative Process

Yesterday evening participating photographers and artists of the Bronx Artist Documentary Project met for a meet and greet at the Andrew Freedman Home. This was the first time that almost all 100 members gathered since the project began last year.

When the Bronx Artist Documentary Project launches its exhibition in September, it will be the culmination of 30 photographers documenting 78 Bronx visual artists in the midst of their individual and unique creative processes.

EXPANDING VIEWS: The Art of DANIEL HAUBEN at The Andrew Freedman Home

Several weeks ago I had the pleasure of receiving an invitation to Daniel Hauben’s opening reception at the Andrew Freedman home for his latest exhibition: Expanding Views: The Art of Daniel Hauben.

The exhibition is quite breathtaking as I’ve never had the pleasure of seeing his works up close. The paintings capture the essence of the Bronx so clearly that it is no wonder why Bronx Community College commissioned 22 paintings by Hauben for their new North Hall and Library.

Bronx News Morning Roundup

Here are just some of the stories on the Bronx that are circulating today:

Residents at 755 Jackson Avenue are upset that much needed urgent repairs ha end been made in their building. The building, which was taken over by private equity firm Stabilis Capital Management, is on the city’s Worst Landlord Watchlist. [Read More: Mott Haven Herald]