Art's Reflection has no Complexion
May 7 – June 4, 2005 

Project Space

Opening Reception
Tuesday, May 17, 6 - 8pm 
Curatorial Talk, May 17, 6pm

Curated by the Student Curators from Satellite Academy

Art’s Reflection has no Complexion-while Racial Tensions create Art Inventions is an exhibition designed by student curators from Satellite Academy. Featuring Karlos Carcamo, Michael Britto, and Julia Brown, the exhibition focuses on works that deal with political, social, and economic issues of race.

This exhibition is part of the ABACA (Arts Benefit All Coalition Alternative) program. Arts Benefit All Coalition Alternative (ABACA), Inc., was founded in 1992 through an innovative partnership among five arts organizations (Artists Space, Art in General, The Drawing Center, Franklin Furnace, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council) and Satellite Academy/Forsyth Campus (SA/F), an alternative public high school serving students throughout New York City. Satellite joined forces with these organizations, all in close proximity, to form ABACA to provide a range of culturally diverse arts education experiences for youth who have had little experience with galleries, alternative spaces and museums.