Rodney McMillian at Triple Candie

Reyes, Damaso
January 2005
New York Amsterdam News;1/13/2005, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p23
The article presents information on new developments in arts and entertainment in New York. Triple Candie, the avant-garde gallery space in Harlem, is all about confluence. Located is an old warehouse space where 126th and 127th streets somehow manage to intersect, Triple Candie has been bringing internationally recognized artists and their work to Harlem as well as providing space for Harlem-based artists to present their work. Their latest show, which features Los Angeles-based artist Rodney McMillian, continues a streak of strong exhibitions which push the limits of what is considered art and forces viewers to look at the world around them in a new way.


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