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Artists Working in Queens

A juried exhibition curated by Osman Can Yerebakan, conceived and developed by Carol Crawford

LIC–A’s aim is to increase awareness and appreciation of the richly diverse art produced throughout Queens.


Included will be a continuous digital presentation with images of participating artists in their studios and workshops, describing how the growth of art studios and the presence of artists in every area of Queens has enriched all aspects of community life wherever they occur.


An 'Artist Talk' event has been scheduled for Sunday October 13, 2-5pm,  to enable conversation and connection between the artists and community residents  and businesses. 


We also plan to create a video documentary on the various arts groups we connect with in the Borough.

Exhibition on View: September 5 – October 13

Opening Reception: Sunday, September 8, 1-4pm

Day of LIVE PERFORMANCES: September 14, 2-6pm

Artist in Conversation Event:

Moderated by Carol Crawford
Sunday, October 13, 2-5pm. 

Facebook page for Opening Reception:

Facebook page for Creative Mosaic LIVE:

Creative Mosaic II at Citi Community Windows till Dec 31

Creative Mosaic travels to Citi Community Windows through Dec 31, 2019

About the Curator

Osman Can Yerebakan is a curator and art writer based in New York. His writing has appeared on T: The New York Times Style Magazine, The Paris Review, Vulture and The Cut (both New York Magazine), The Brooklyn Rail, BOMB, Village Voice, Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, Wallpaper*, L’Officiel, Flaunt, Galerie Magazine, Cultured, and elsewhere.

Osman previously organized exhibitions at The Clemente Center (Residual Impression; A Room of One's Own), La MaMa Galleria (Party Out Of Bounds: Nightlife As Activism Since 1980), Radiator Gallery (Works: Reflections on Failure), Equity Gallery (Like Smoke), AC Institute (My Nights Are More Beautiful Than Your Days), Center for Book Arts (En Masse: Books Orchestrated), Local Project (Hopscotch), UrbanGlass (Glass Ceiling: Art of Resilience and Fragility), Leslie Lohman Museum Project Space (Alternate Routes), the Queens Museum (Executive (Dis)Order: Art, Displacement & the Ban), and Residency Unlimited (Contingencies).

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