UnOneAllCentro Group Show @NEWARK, NJ



UNONEALLCENTRO is proud to present this year OPEN DOORS at the city of Newark, NJ. The show comprises 30 artists from Latin America and Spain, presenting their most recent works in the National Newark Building at 744 Broad Street in downtown Newark from the 22nd to the 25th October 2009. The visual art exhibition will present painting, video, photography, performance, and design with the support of the City of Newark and the Newark Arts Council.

The 30 artists come from different places around the world, such as Belgium, Spain, Colombia, Uruguay, Mexico, Brazil, Costa Rica, New York and Los Angeles to present in this unusual space their work as a reflection about how art can be or for asking questions to produce contents useful for communities.

The city of Newark has been chosen for this year edition for their unique characteristics, as it is a city that during history has fought against adversity, a city that has not given up, a city that represents a new beginning.

UNONEALLCENTRO is an organization created in 2007 based in Los Angeles, CA, that works with artists around the world committed to present their work in conditions and non-traditional spaces with the support of different cities. It works together with SUBMERGED ART GALLERY and is supported by the Arts Council of Newark, New Jersey to achieve it’s objective which is to expand people’s definition of what art is with shows whose subjects range from photography, paintings, sculptures, live performance, graffiti art, and murals. Its events are

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