NYC Arts Empire announces the Opening of:
"Where Do We Go From Here? - The Art of Hui Tian"
Saturday, May 15th, 5-8pm
Dates : May 15 - June 30, 2021
Venue: NYC Arts Empire Gallery
454 BROADWAY, NY, NY 10013
Open: Wednesday - Sundays, 12-6pm and by appt.
NYC Arts Empire is pleased to announce the opening of artist Hui Tian's
exhibit entitled: "Where Do We Go From Here?" at their gallery located
Featuring 17 pieces from the artist's collection, these art works
exemplify what social commentary is all about in the art world.
Uniquely rendered oil, egg tempera, and mixed media they are
captivating in size and scope and cover vast topics of social concern
relevant to all audiences. The Opening Reception will be held on
Saturday, May 15, 5-8 pm at the gallery. This amazing exhibition will be
in house until June 30th.
Hui Tian's impressive background speaks for itself. Showing nationally
and internationally at Frieze, OCAT Shenzhen, National Art Museum of
China, to name just a few, he has won numerous awards. Mr. Tian's
works address the rapid development of science and technology,
alongside sociopolitical movements such as neoliberalism and
globalization, and the effects they have on people in today's society.
Several of the pieces are portraits of such luminous figures as John
Lewis, Richard Claxton Gregory, and Andy Warhol.
Although very new to the neighborhood, NYC Arts Empire, a 2,500
square foot arts space, has become a main hub for the community of
Soho and contemporary artists who frequent the area The Director,
Elaine Mendez, along with sponsorship in part from Camelot Realty
Group. represents artists who have a long standing in the NYC area and
maintains the positive energy which has established true weekend art
soiree's with safe distancing protocols in place. NYC Arts Empire has
had numerous themed exhibitions including its two most recent ones,
"Create With Courage" for Women's history month and the very
successful "NYC Street Art Movement" exhibition of 34 local artists. Ms.
Mendez also has a second space at 456 Broadway which is also open for
solo artist exhibitions. For inquiries, please visit: