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Jose Soto (MFA Photo ’12) Showing at FLUX Art Fair

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Jose Soto (MFA Photography ’12) will be creating FOCUS — a public sculpture that explores the ways in which photography shapes how we experience the world — as part of Growth: Three Perspectives, an exhibition of FLUX Art Fair Public Art Projects. The sculpture will be at East Harlem Art Park beginning on May 3.

Soto is raising money on IndieGoGo to build and install FOCUS at East Harlem Park. For more information about Soto’s work, visit his website:

Jose Soto, FOCUSAbout Growth: Three Perspectives
Growth: Three Perspectives is an exhibition of public art, curated by Warren James, that will be presented from May 3 through 31 at East Harlem Art Park as part of FLUX Art Fair 2016 Public Art Projects in the Park. The exhibition features large format sculptures by artists Haresh Lalvani, Jose Luis Rodriguez, and José Soto.

About FLUX Art Fair 2016 Public Art Projects in the Park
FLUX Art Fair is a contemporary Art Fair in the culturally rich community of Harlem. It is a dynamic artistic platform engaging an international community of collectors and those who simply appreciate art to experience the vitality of Harlem and discover emerging artists. In 2016 FLUX Art Fair will take the form of all public art with its nucleus in Marcus Garvey Park, extending east to East Harlem Art Park and west to Malcolm X Blvd. (Lenox Ave).

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