Art in Odd Places Festival Pushes Boundaries of Creative Expression along Manhattan’s 14th Street

October 7, 2012

Forsenga Performance Art by Katrina De Wees in art in odd places Art in Odd Places Festival Pushes Boundaries of Creative Expression along Manhattans 14th Street

With a wide range of playful and provocative performances and installations, the 8th annual Art in Odd Places Festival is turning Manhattan’s 14th Street into NYC’s most uncoventional open-air gallery.  Here is a small sampling of what we saw:

Katrina De Wees, Forsenga

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Michael Paul Britto, the Suspect War

The Suspect War in art in odd places Art in Odd Places Festival Pushes Boundaries of Creative Expression along Manhattans 14th Street

The Suspect War by Michael Paul Britto in Art in Odd Places Art in Odd Places Festival Pushes Boundaries of Creative Expression along Manhattans 14th Street

Tomashi Jackson, High Tide (Red Handed)

Tomashi Jackson in Art in Odd Places Art in Odd Places Festival Pushes Boundaries of Creative Expression along Manhattans 14th Street

 Anabella Lenzu, Ilusiones de Percantas (Women’s Dreams)

Ilusiones de Percantas in Art in Odd Places Art in Odd Places Festival Pushes Boundaries of Creative Expression along Manhattans 14th Street

 Lizzie Scott, Styrene Lounge 

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Styrene Lounge in Art in Odd Places Art in Odd Places Festival Pushes Boundaries of Creative Expression along Manhattans 14th Street

See Me Tell Me, Graffiti Fashion Show

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Rory Golden, No Reenactments without Prior Permission

Rory Golden No Reenactments Without Prior Permission Art in Odd Places Festival Pushes Boundaries of Creative Expression along Manhattans 14th Street

Featuring over 100 artists’ projects from Avenue C to the East River, this year’s AiOP continues to reclaim public space along 14th Street through October 15th.

Photos by Lenny Collado, Dani Mozeson, Tara Murray and Lois Stavsky

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