NYC Architecture in Decay

Progressive Architectural Decay



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    a LARGER idea

    By jfbautista
    Feb 18, '23 11:07 PM EST

    “The evolution of drawing in these days opens a field of
    new interaction in the universe of the cultures. Cultural
    pragmatism can easily transverse borders. The barrier
    that separates cultural evolution is a complex matrix
    with interplay of differences ranging from those of
    language and region to dietary habits. Every culture is
    aware of the existence of other cultural universes foreign to its own.

    Current Exhibit On View: February 8 - March 22, 2023
    Location: The LIC-A Art Space at The Factory
    30-30 47th Avenue, Suite 105a, Long Island City, NY 11101

    Main entrance. View Map.
    Opening reception: Wednesday, February 8, 5-8pm
    Pick up/De-install: March 22 (Time TBD)
    Gallery Hours: 8am-5pm
    Curated by: Alexis Mendoza & Jorge Posada

    a LARGER idea

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Since the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and beyond, urban decay has been associated with Western cities, especially in North America, South America and some parts of Europe. Since then, major structural changes in global economies, transportation, and government policies created the economic and then the social conditions resulting in Progressive Urban Decay. Here I'll highlight the Architectural Decay of New York City the way I see it.

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