This is a performance art piece that involves a variety of mediums that afford for such improvisational elements as a fashion show, ancient chanting, and building human sculptures. Free Style Arts has performed its hands-on show at a variety of New York spaces including P.S. 1, MoMA and the Chelsea Kitchen.
The dynamic work at the Bernard Gallery typifies the expanding local art scene. With abstract expressionist paintings exploding from the walls, sculptures in stone and wood rippling with feelings of tension and movement and works in metal bursting with kinetic action, a trip to this gallery is an adventure in energetic creativity.
The Bernard Gallery is the first art gallery to offer street level access to quality contemporary art.
The Bernard Gallery is located at, 46-46 Vernon Blvd. in Long Island City. Call 718-391-0012 for more information.
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