COLOR of SOUND / The Bishop Gallery / Recap
Thanks to the art enthusiasts that attended COLOR of SOUND in NYC last Fri, The Bishop Gallery and its staff for hosting and providing additional support, Lex (Madison Davenport PR), Cherisse Rivera, Heineken, and props to all of the artists who participated – thoroughly diversifying the show through their unique range of works. Despite traffic delays, which had us arrive in NYC hours after our intended time, we were able to hit the gallery in just enough to time finish installing the final pieces and special shout to Ernest (The Bishop Gallery) for accommodating our lateness and helping to hang. On another note, I’ve got to pat myself on the back for hanging Aniekan’s works and props to 2-Tone for hanging the album cover installation. For more recap photos click
For more info about COLOR of SOUND and SHAOLIN JAZZ go to www.shaolinjazz.com.
Posted on October 29, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged aniekan udofia, art, art exibition, art gallery, art show, artwork, bedford ave, brody rose, brooklyn, chris carr, color of sound, gallery, makeba laurent van noten, new york, ola kudu, shaolin jazz, shaolin jazz the 37th chamber, Tewodross Melchishua, the 37th chamber, the bishop. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.