Perdidos artshow : photo of woman in hairdryer
Photo by Groana Melendez

Perdidos by Christian Rodriguez & Groana Melendez

Opening:  Saturday October 28, 2017 @ 3:00 - 6:00pm
Duration:  October 28 - December 9, 2017
AAA3A Hours:  Thursday & Friday @ 3:00 - 6:00pm.  Saturday by appointment only

En Foco, one of New York City's only not-for-profit organizations dedicated to supporting photographers of color, announces its upcoming Apartment Gallery Series, opening October 28th across three different alternative exhibition spaces in the South Bronx and Harlem:

  • Perdidos at AAA3A
  • Transitions at Bronx Breeze Gallery, and
  • Three Minutes at Hamilton Landmark Galleries

The Apartment Gallery Series is curated by artist and En Foco’s Exhibitions Manager, Oscar J Rivera.  Perdidos at AAA3A will be open through December 9th.  Transitions at Bronx Breeze Gallery and Three minutes at Hamilton Landmark Galleries will be open through January 5th.

Artists:   Christian Rodriguez, Groana Melendez, Andrea Ibarra, Emily Raboteau, Jon Henry, Imani Tudor, and Kris Graves

Dates:   Perdidos at AAA3A Project Space, Sat. October 28th, 2017  |  Transitions at Bronx Breeze Gallery, Wed. November 1st, 2017  |  Three Minutes at Hamilton Landmark Galleries, Fri. November 3rd, 2017

Times:   Perdidos from 3:00 - 6:00pm  |  Transitions from 6:00 - 8:00 pm  |  Three Minutes from 6:00 - 8:00pm

Locations:   AAA3A, 309 Alexander Ave, Apt 3A, Bronx, NY 10454  |  Bronx Breeze Gallery, 610 Trinity Ave, Apt 3J, Bronx, NY 10455  |  Hamilton Landmark Galleries, 476 W 144 Street, New York, NY 10031

Directions:   AAA3A: By Bus: BX2 / BX 21 to 3rd Ave & E140 Streets.   By Subway: 6 Train to 3rd Ave & 138th Street Station.  |  Bronx Breeze Gallery: By Bus: BX17 / BX 19 to E149th Street & Trinity Ave.  By Subway: 2/5 Trains to Jackson Ave Station.  |  Hamilton Landmark Galleries: By Bus: BX 19/ M100 /M101 to W145 & Amsterdam Ave.  By Subway: A/B/C/D Trains to 145 Street Station.


Apartment Gallery Series is curated /organized by En Foco and made possible with public funds from the Bronx Council on the Arts through the Department of Cultural Affairs’ Greater New York Arts Development Fund Program.