Art Exhibition: SPRAWL


Starting this Thursday, March 20, 2008 and running through August 24, 2008 is SPRAWL, “a multi-venue exhibition that addresses the issues and problems related to sprawl as we know it in our state.”

Head over to the Jersey City Museum (map), to see over three dozen New Jersey artists (including Hoboken’s own Richard Pasquarelli) display their perspectives on how “sprawl” has affected urban, suburban and rural landscapes.


“Artists from all over New Jersey have been selected to participate. Works in the exhibition range from drawings and paintings to interactive installations. Through this exhibition, the museum was hoping to explore as many different concepts and understandings of the idea of sprawl and its attendant issues as possible. Other venues participating in SPRAWL are The Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, The Arts Guild of Rahway, The Hunterdon Museum of Art, and the Art Galleries at Ramapo College.”

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Does the NW redevelopment zone count? Because that’s more convenient than going all the way to the museum in JC, and it’s a real life exhibit.