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CATALYST: Art and Social Justice exhibit 

 

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CATALYST ROOM BY ROOM WALKTHROUGH VIDEOS 

Take a virtual walkthrough of Gracie Mansion to see all the artwork
in the CATALYST: Art and Social Justice installation

 

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CATALYST: CONNECTING ART AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

Watch seven NYC students discuss the CATALYST: Art & Social Justice exhibit
with NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs Commissioner Gonzalo Casals. 

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Help us preserve Gracie Mansion, one of the oldest surviving wood structures
in Manhattan and home to the mayors of New York City since 1942. 

 

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OUR HISTORY

Founded in 1981 by Mayor Edward I. Koch and its charter Board Chair,
Joan K. Davidson, the Gracie Mansion Conservancy is a private not-for-profit corporation established to preserve, maintain, enhance, and enliven Gracie Mansion – one of the oldest surviving wood structures in Manhattan and home to the sitting mayors of New York City and their families since 1942, when the La Guardias arrived as the first official residents.

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OUR PROGRAMS

The Gracie Mansion Conservancy offers an array of programs
from historical Gracie Tours to the Gracie Book Club.

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CATALYST:
Art and Social Justice

Works by New York Artists and Activists since 1960, celebrating the power of art to spark change and spur progress.

Curated by Jessica Bell Brown.

Seven themes have guided our curatorial selection:

  • Affirming Self
  • Concepts of Justice
  • E Pluribus Unum/Out of Many, One
  • The Habitable Earth
  • Health, Wellness, and Universal Access
  • A Livable City
  • Pursuit of Equality

 

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PORTO RICAN COTTON PICKER, 2011
Miguel Luciano (1972- )
1971 Schwinn Cotton Picker, restored and customized, flags

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Click on our posts below to read more about the history of Gracie Mansion, the mayors who have lived here, and the art installations we host.

THE GRACIE MANSION CONSERVANCY IS A PROUD MEMBER OF THE HISTORIC HOUSE TRUST OF NEW YORK CITY

THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED AS PART OF THE DUTCH CULTURE USA PROGRAM BY THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF THE NETHERLANDS IN NEW YORK.

 

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