Pause. Remember. Reflect. 9/11 Twenty Years On: Group Exhibition Reception

Please Join Us, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 from 12-2:30pm, for an afternoon of music, art and reflection at the Interchurch Center, 61 Claremont Ave., New York, NY.

We will be celebrating the work in our current exhibition, Pause. Remember. Reflect. 9/11 Twenty Years On with four participating artists. Beginning with a thirty minute live music performance beginning at Noon in the Chapel. Pianist Sohyun Ahn will be playing solo piano and performing Bach, Debussy and Chopin, followed by a gathering to meet the artists.

This exhibition provides viewers with a meditative space from which they can pause, remember and reflect on the events of September 11th and it’s after effects.

The artists in this exhibition were all living and working in New York City and Jersey City on 9/11.
Tom Bosket’s intuitive work explores issues around PTSD and the continued need to find grounding after trauma.

Bob Gore documented his experiences of the day and weeks immediately following by capturing the spontaneous memorials and more throughout the city. Bob will also be signing copies of his recent book, Know Justice, Know Peace: Black Lives Matter Protest Photos, New York City, 2020. The book developed from his exhibition of the same name which was on view at the Galleries of the Interchurch Center in January 2021.

Zhen Guo’s drawings bring the emotional anguish and physical fear of the events of that day into clear view.

Woolpunk® reminds us to hold space for those grieving with her wonderful installation piece, Walking Palm, that serves as a reminder of the resilience of the human heart and our ability to re-root and re-grow after tragedy.

About us: Located on the upper West Side of New York City, The Interchurch Center is
a 19-story 600,000 square feet building which houses offices and agencies of various
ecumenical, educational and philanthropic organizations. Executive Director: Paula M.
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