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SW!PE Three: Metropolis

Art Connects New York
491 Broadway, 646-546-5334
March 7 - March 29, 2012
Reception: Wednesday, March 7, 6 - 8 PM
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SW!PE Three: Metropolis, featuring the work of artists employed as guards at various New York City museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Natural History, Guggenheim, Whitney, New Museum, and MoMA PS1.

Participating artists: Christopher D. Boynton, Nick Byron, Phillip Clepper, Carlos Delgado, Molly DiGrazio, Cane Dojcilovic, Mike Doscher, Jeff Elliot, Lambert Fernando, Fred Fleisher, Kevin Franke, David Gould, Nora Hamilton, Peter J. Hoffmeister, Ronald Huang, Christian Hudon, Jonathan Hull, Tim Johnson, Rob Keay, Mathew Kessen, Ari Lankin, William Law, Jack Laughner, Emilie Lemakis, Maraya Lopez, Doug Madill, Chris Masino, John Mckanna, Katya Meykson, Michaelanthony Mitchell, Peter Morgan, Mustafa Muhammad, Phil Padwe, Boris Rakhamimov, Rachel Robinson, Sandro Rodorigo, Louis Romero, Barry Steely, Gabrielle Szpunt, Justin Torres, Owen Weber, Guy Weltchek, Joanna White, and Yoda Yoichiro.

SW!PE Magazine was founded in 2009 by artists working as guards at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It features the diverse creative output of fellow museum guards who are artists and writers, with work ranging from painting to performance, and short stories to critical essays. Previously featuring visual and written work exclusively from guards employed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, SW!PE Magazine has expanded its scope to include guards from any museum in New York City. The magazine is produced and published independently of the museum.

The opening reception for “SW!PE Three: Metropolis” will take place from 6pm-8pm on Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 at Spattered Columns, 491 Broadway, 5th Floor, New York, New York 10013. The exhibition will run until March 29th.

For more information on “SW!PE Three: Metropolis” at Spattered Columns, please contact Ginger Shulick Porcella at

This program is supported, in part, by public Funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in Partnerships with the City Council.
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