$4000If wounds are not treated properly, they can become infected and kill the host.From slavery to Jim Crow to the current prison system, our country needs to treat this wound.
Congenital Wound, 30" x 80" mixed media on wood door

$4000 

If wounds are not treated properly, they can become infected and kill the host. 

From slavery to Jim Crow to the current prison system, our country needs to treat this wound. 

David Zukas

Exhibits

EXHIBITS 

Hewlett-Woodmere Library 

Jan 13 - Feb 26 

Opening Reception- Saturday, Jan 25 from 2-4 pm 

1125 Broadway 

Hewlett, NY 11557 

Diaspora Community Services 

Opening Reception- Tuesday, May 7 

2222 Church Avenue 

Brooklyn, NY 11226 

Two Boots Pizza - Williamsburg 

October 16-30 

558 Driggs Avenue 

Brooklyn, NY 11211 

Wagner College Gallery 

Jan. 15 - Feb. 16 

Exhibit Opening, Sunday Jan. 20 

Wagner College 

One Campus Road 

Staten Island, NY 10301 

Gallery hours are 11-4 pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and until 9 on Thursdays 

CSI, College of Staten Island 

Black History Month Celebration, Thursday, Feb. 9 

1:45-3:15 PM, Center for the Arts, Recital Hall 

Art By the Ferry 

Opening Ceremony Friday, May 20 

Exhibits open from noon to 8PM Saturday, May 21 through Sunday, May 22 from noon until 8PM 

120 Stuyvesant Place 

Staten Island, NY 

"Doors of Perception Exhibit" 

ArtLab 

April 2-23 

Opening Reception April 2, 2-4 pm 

1000 Richmond Terrace 

Staten Island, NY 10301 

"Doors of Perception" exhibit Jan 8-31 

Art at Bay Solo Exhibit through January 

This exhibit was partially funded by a JP Morgan Chase regrant in partnership with COAHSI 

Art at Bay 

70 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY 

1 block South of the Staten Island Ferry terminal 

gallery hours are every Sat and Sun from 12-6 pm  

Monday, November 22, 2011 

Alvin Ailey Dance Theater 

The Joan Weill Center for Dance 

405 West 55th Street at 9th Avenue 

The event will feature a silent auction of selected artworks and live performances by Ghanaian Artist Osekre, the Brooklyn High School of the Arts jazz ensemble, and singer/songwriter Ebonie Smith. 

Enjoy complimentary cocktails and West African hors d’oeuvres catered by Joloff 

Proceeds will benefit Literate Africa Project, Inc. Their mission is to provide academic resources and to support educational initiatives in underserved communities by strengthening collaboration between African educators and their global counterparts. 

www.literateafrica.org 

ETG Book Cafe as part of Second Saturday Staten Island  

Solo Exhibit all of September 2010 

Opening 9/11/10, 7 pm 

Staten Island, NY 

Camel Art Space: On the Grid 

A collaborative exhibition where several artists were given a randomly selected 36" X 36" space on a grid on the walls of Camel Art Space. 

Opening 8/21/10 

Williamsburg, Brooklyn 

Art at Bay: The Skin of the Artist 

A collaborative installation where artists were asked to transform an article of clothing to be hung on a clothes line the entire month of June. 

Opening 6/1/10 

Staten Island, NY 

DiverseCity: An Artistic Exploration of Immigration, Cultural Identity, and Creating Home 

International Rescue Committee in Staten Island 

Opening 4/17/10 

Staten Island, NY 

Art for Change: Collaborative exhibit and silent auction to benefit Haiti 

Maxine Greene Art Gallery at The Julia RIchman Education Complex 

Opening 4/16/10 

New York, NY 

Second Saturday Staten Island Art Exhibit 

ETG Fundraiser for Haitian Orphanage solo exhibit 

Opening 4/10/10 

Staten Island, NY 

Shrine: Haiti Benefit Solo Exhibit 

Opening 1/22/10 

Harlem, NY 

Joloff Solo Exhibit 

Opening 12/17/09 

Brooklyn, NY 

 

Please contact me for further information.