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Original Work by Delphine Diallo. Blog on Delphine Diallo: Flora, Fauna and Forms by author Elizabeth Hazard. Brooklyn-based French and Senegalese artist Delphine Diallo makes her solo exhibition debut this week at The Quin Central Park by Hilton Club. The exhibit highlights Diallo's beautiful and powerful portrait photography the artist has taken throughout her international travels.
As an artist who strives to empower activism, especially in women, she captures beauty, youth, minorities and nature through her photography.
This marks the first exhibit of the year for Quin Arts, an organization showcasing cultural exhibits in the hotel's lobby throughout the year. This is one powerful showcase not to be missed. The exhibition is up through early May, 2019 and is free to the public, on view in the lobby and public areas of The Quin Central Park by Hilton Club, with details at www.thequinhotel.com.
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Author: Elizabeth Hazard
Elizabeth Hazard is a creative director, producer and writer with several years of experience producing content for magazines, websites, brands and artists. Liz has worked with some of the most accomplished talents in the industry to conceive, develop and produce photos, videos and written work. A published author, she frequently writes about fashion, art and cultural topics for websites and publications. She also holds a certificate in curating from Node Center for Curatorial Studies in Germany.
DAVID CRAIG ELLIS. Canadian born artist and Sagittarius. Since the early 90s Ellis has been involved in the downtown art scene, working and showing at Gallery Stendhal on West Broadway in Soho. Ellis' paintings and photographs hung in group shows alongside Ronnie Cutrone, Artfux, Ron English, Mark Kostabi, and Rick Prol. As a successful commercial artist, Ellis has designed album covers and countless logos for bands, pizzerias, mobbed-up garbage companies and trucking outfits (the IdleAir logo can be seen on hats, t-shirts, billboards and truck stops across the country). David Craig Ellis currently works out of his studio in Dumbo, Brooklyn.
photo credit: L.I.S.A Project Street Art NYC and amipublic.info
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Photo Credit: Tiffany Safe/BFA
Yayoi Kusama. Photo. A peek inside “Longing for Eternity,” 2017. Credit Vincent Tullo for The New York Times