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‘What Goes Around Comes Around’ by Gabriela Salazar and Drew Seskunas.

By Robert Wirsing

Bronx Times

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NYC Parks deputy director Public Art Jennifer Lantzas, the Bronx River Arts Center and several artists enjoyed previewing eight newly installed sculptures for ‘River Rising/Sube el Rio: An Exposition of Science, Art and Technology’ at Starlight Park on Wednesday, June 27. The exhibit, which will be on view for one year, consists of eight sculptures by 15 artists informed by the 1918 Bronx International Exposition of Science, Arts and Industries, which took place on this same site a century ago.

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The ‘River Pulse Project’ sprouted from Starlight Park’s grounds.

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Manuel Acevedo’s ‘“S” is for Starlight’ was a visual sight to behold!

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Nature and art existed in perfect harmony in the ‘Infinite Archive’ sculptures.

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(l-r) Artist Eduardo Benamor Duarte; Jennifer Lantzas, NYC Parks deputy director of Public Art; artist Caterina Tiazzoldi and Gail Nathan with Eduardo and Caterina’s sculpture.

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(l-r) Artists Nina Edwards Anker and Amy Pryor, Jennifer Lantzas, Gail Nathan and Shahira Hammad tested out Nina and Amy’s unique bench.

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Samantha Holmes’ ‘Starlight Ride’ had everyone ‘giddy’ with excitement.

Posted 12:00 am, July 6, 2018

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