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Out Magazine, AIDS Artists Anchor New York Exhibit on Health Care, 04.28.2016

"The elevator reaches the eighth floor, and peering through glass doors is the accusing yet desperate stare of a man, photographed—his mouth sewn shut.

The portrait of artist and AIDS activity David Wojnarowicz serves as a shocking welcome to “In the Power of Your Care,” an exhibition of art about health and health care at The 8th Floor on West 17th Street..."

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In the Power of Your Care

Tuesday, April 19th - Friday, August 12, 2016

Tuesday-Friday, 11am - 6pm and Saturday by appointment

Artists included: caraballo-farman, Jordan Eagles, Pepe Espaliú, Rajkamal Kahlon, Simone Leigh, Ana Mendieta, Mladen Miljanovic, Frank Moore, Carmen Papalia, Hunter Reynolds, Jo Spence, Andreas Sterzing, Sunaura Taylor, Fred Tomaselli, Hannah Wilke, David Wojnarowicz, and Jody Wood

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THE SHELLEY & DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION
ANNOUNCES OPEN CALL FOR 2017 GRANT APPLICATIONS
UNDER ART AND SOCIAL JUSTICE INITIATIVE

Applications for organizations serving New York City
now accepted through the Foundation's website www.sdrubin.org
until September 15, 2016

News: AIDS Artists Anchor New York Exhibit on Health Care

Out Magazine

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In the Power of Your Care

April 19 - August 12, 2016

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The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation's Open Call for 2017 Grant Applications

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ABOUT

The 8th Floor is an independent exhibition and event space established in 2010 by Shelley and Donald Rubin to promote artistic and cultural initiatives. Inspired by The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, the gallery is committed to broadening the access and availability of art to New York audiences. Seeking further cultural exchange, The 8th Floor explores the potential of art as an instrument for social change in the 21st century, through an annual program of innovative contemporary art exhibitions and an events program comprised of performances, salon-style discussions, and those organized by external partners.

In the Power of Your Care

April 19 - August 12, 2016

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In the Power of Your Care

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When Artists Speak Truth...

November 12 - March 18

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Between History and the Body

July 9 - October 16

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Mobility and Its Discontents

March 6 - June 12

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Aguas Malas

Leslie Sardinias

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Stainless

One of a Kind

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Drapetomanía

Grupo Antillano and the Art of Afro-Cuba

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Detrás del Muro

Behind the Wall

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Stealing Base

Cuba at Bat

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Waiting for the Idols to Fall

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Two Citizens of Utopia

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Armando Mariño

Recent Paintings from the Year of the Protester

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Window on North Korea

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Adjoining Islands

The Cuban Pavilion in Manhattan

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William Segal

In the Marketplace

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Queloides

Race and Racism in Cuban Contemporary Art

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Painting the World Red

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Recent Acquisitions

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Examining the Art Scene in Cuba from New York's Perspective

4.27.2016

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In the Power of Your Care Exhibition Opening

4.19.2016

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a few words and a few notes

3.10.2016

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Referendum: Performance by Tania Bruguera

3.6.2016

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Andrea Bowers in Conversation with Sara Reisman

2.19.2016

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ACT UP and Dyke Action Machine! in Conversation

2.11.2016

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Arts Education as Cultural Capital

2.3.2016

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The Poet Sculpture: Reading and Performance

1.21.2016

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Exhibition Walkthrough and Conversation with Edgar Heap of Birds and Jaro Varga

11.13.2015

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Iterations

10.17.2015

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I Can't Breathe

10.7.2015

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Jeffrey Gibson, Firelei Báez, and Jean-Ulrick Désert in conversation with Sara Reisman

9.18.2015

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Brendan Fernandes, Nicolás Dumit Estévez, and Saya Woolfalk in conversation with Sara Reisman

9.11.2015

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Imagining Cultural Accessibility in New York City

7.30.2015

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Aesthetics of Doing: Community Organizing

June 17, 2015

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#PBPARTY!

6.16.2015

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Aesthetics of Doing: Sleeping with the Enemy

6.3.2015

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The Construction of Social Space: Alberto Borea and Lan Tuazon in Conversation with Sara Reisman

5.29.2015

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From the Inside Out: Ángel Delgado and Jorge Wellesley in conversation with Sara Reisman

5.14.2015

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Reports from the Field: SexEd

5.12.2015

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YOU ARE ON INDIAN LAND: Dead Indian Stories | Edgar Heap of Birds in Conversation with Sara Reisman

5.1.2015

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Screening: Heart in the Mandala by Dechen Roder

3.18.2015

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Reports from the Field: Beauty in Transition

2.18.2015

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Healing Across The Divides

11.19.2014

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A Blade of Grass: Fellowship Workshop

11.4.2014

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Cubanacan

10.23.2014

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Equality NC

10.16.2014

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A Blade of Grass: Fellowship Workshop

10.1.2014

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Patrick San Francesco Healing Workshop

9.22.2014

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Parallel Fields: Coming Home

9.17.2014

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Stainless: One of a Kind – Opening Reception

9.10.2014

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Celebrate the Closing of Drapetomanía!

7.16.2014

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Film Screening: Made in Bhutan

5.8.2014

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A Blade of Grass – Parallel Fields: Will Work For Food

5.21.2014

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Patrick San Francesco – Introduction to Energy Healing

4.8.2014

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Hours, Tours, and Location

Hours:

The gallery is open Tuesday-Friday, 11am-6pm and Saturday by appointment.

School Groups and Tours:

Email info@the8thfloor.org or call 646.839.5908 with any inquiries.

Location:

The 8th Floor is located at 17 West 17th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues.

From Union Square (4, 5, 6, L, N, Q, R), walk North and make a left on 17th Street. The 8th Floor will be on your right, following the intersection with 5th Avenue.

From 14th Street (F, M), head North and make a right on 17th Street. The 8th Floor will be on your left.

From 14th Street (1, 2, 3), head north and make a right on 17th street. The 8th Floor will be on your left following the intersection with 6th Avenue.

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When Artists Speak Truth...

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Between History and the Body

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Mobility and Its Discontents

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Stainless - "One of a Kind"

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Drapetomanía

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Waiting for the Idols to Fall

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Stealing Base: Cuba at Bat

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Two Citizens of Utopia

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Armando Mariño

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I Can't Breathe

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Aesthetics of Doing: Community Organizing

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Aesthetics of Doing: Sleeping with the Enemy

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Reports from the Field: SexEd

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Reports from the Field: Beauty in Transition

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Parallel Fields: Will Work for Food

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