"Unnatural Election:

Artists Respond to the 2016 US Presidential Election"

Curated by Andrea Arroyo, over 230 international artists.

Because we need creativity to change the world!

'UNNATURAL ELECTION" EXHIBITIONS

Upcoming: Stay tuned for exhibitions in 2018 (US and international)

Recent exhibits:

Puffin Cultural Forum, Teaneck, NJ 07666, Sep 24-Nov 10, 2017.

Out North Contemporary Art, Anchorage, Alaska, Aug-Sept, 2017.

(Presented with Sol de Medianoche News)  Review in The Manhattan Times.

Kimmel Galleries, New York University, Jan-April 2017. NYU Press Release.

For upcoming exhibits, please follow the project on

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Please Support Unnatural Election!

Click the GoFundMe link above to support exhibitions, website, workshops and the potential publication of a book.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Artists include emerging and established artists from 38 countries,

ranging in age from 16-87 years old.

This is an artist-driven, independent project.

​GUIDELINES (English/Spanish/French) on the "PARTICIPATE" tab. ​

DEADLINE: ONGOING (THE SOONER THE BETTER!)

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CNN

Interview

Oct 2018

 

Watch

Photos/video by Maite Mateo

ABOUT THE CURATOR

Andrea Arroyo is an award-winning artist with an extensive trajectory, she works in a variety of media, including painting, installation, illustration and public art.

Her artwork focuses on women's issues and social justice and is exhibited and collected internationally and has been published widely (Including The New Yorker & The New York Times.)

Ms. Arroyo is also a curator, speaker and cultural activist.

Andrea Arroyo is co-curator of OppArt, The Nation Magazine.

Ms. Arroyo is also the curator of "Tribute to the Disappeared," and ongoing art project in honor of the 30,000 people disappeared in Mexico (from the Women of Juarez to the Students of Ayotzinapa) and other victims of injustice around the world. Tribute to the Disappeared featrues over 350 international artists and has been exhibited and reviewed extensively since 2014.

Andrea Arroyo "Women Who Fly"  Mixed media, public intervention.

Women's March, NYC, 2017.  Photo by Gy Mirano.

www.AndreaArroyo.com

Special Thanks to:

All participating artists

Felipe Galindo/Feggo, Artist, Partner, Rock

The Puffin Foundation

​Pamela Jean Tinnen, Curator, NYU

Gabriela Olmos, Sol de Medianoche, Anchorage, Alaska

Wendy Cohen, J.J. Lopez, Project Assistants

Jessenia Guapisaca, Web Assistant

Marta Hanson

Denise Deleray

Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders

All supporters: Past, Present, Future

 -Unnatural Election Donor Circle -

My deepest gratitude to all donors,

your support is invaluable!

Denise Deleray, Sylvia Hernandez, Karen Malpede, Bhree Roumagoux, Robert Sikoryak, Maria Arroyo, Peter Kuper, Marcia Annenberg, Felipe  Galindo, Arlene Rush, Sara Arroyo, Michael Deleray, Jessie Romaneix, Janet Davidson-Hues, Leslie Tucker, Denise Deleray, Marjorie Kamine, Fabiana Sala, Nicky Enright, Frank Crescioni, Karen Green, Suzanne Benton, Verdery Roosevelt, Marta Hanson & Kelly Burke, Ingrid Goldbloom Bloch, Marilyn A. Weiss, Sue Coe, Elena Anaya, Bruce Robertson, Elizabeth Starcevic.

(List updated regularly)

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