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CBCA artist Monika Bravo’s artwork is at th[…]

CBCA artist Monika Bravo’s artwork is at the Prospect Ave subway station in Brooklyn. Arising from her ongoing research of color and rhythm, the bold abstract patterns seen in Duration seem to pulsate with vibrant waves of energy. Data and material are woven together to create a new code that connects technology, process and illusion.

Visit to CBCA artist Joe Gitterman’s studio[…]

Visit to CBCA artist Joe Gitterman’s studio. Joe’s sculpture was initially inspired by a love of ballet and modern dance. He states, “I thought about the movements of the dancers as a series of frames in an old celluloid film, and how just one of those frames could convey a fantastic sense of motion. I thought that [...]

9/11, never forget. Stills from a single-channel […]

9/11, never forget. Stills from a single-channel video by CBCA artist Monika Bravo . She states, “My instincts told me that I still had the ability to create after all that had been destroyed.” On September 10th, Monika filmed from a studio space on the 92nd floor of the North Tower as a thunderstorm passed over NYC. She [...]

Sneak peak of CBCA artist James Greco’s new ser[…]

Sneak peak of CBCA artist James Greco’s new series titled “Tarp Paintings.” James states, “This current body of work is highly performative, requiring the full use of my body and really is the definition of automatism. The paintings happen in an explosive and all consuming way. I believe all my human qualities combined with the material properties of [...]