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Gallery Exhibit Shows the Human Body’s Connection to Trauma

JC Lenochan’s piece Whitewashed: How in the World Does White Rub Off, chalk and charcoal on canvas. (Photo courtesy of BronxArtSpace.) (Mott Haven Herald)

In this article from Mott Haven Herald, the BronxArtSpace is exhibiting ‘Historial Amnesia,’ a collection of work by five artists illustrating the connection between the body and the external marginalization and trauma of the human condition.

One Bronx artist highlights how nature can sometimes imitate a person’s circumstance, such as the survival of a plant when removed from an area with a person immigrating from another place.

Read the full March 12, 2018 article by Anna brooks on MOTT HAVEN HERALD…

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