Although the gallery space at The Errant Garrison (166 North 12th Street) is only theirs for a few weeks, Tryn Collins planned to make the most of it, with a bright, intricate display of subtly political art.
Calder Yates contributed flow charts of NYCHA and the OEM while Sara Hotchkiss produced a colorful series of US maps with different notable dates through history, along with work from Daniel Lichtman and James Walton.
The exhibit will be on display through August 31. For more information, go to http://www.errantgarrison.org.
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