Transforming Empty Space Into Art
Edison Properties Supports No Longer Empty, A New Nonprofit Displaying Art In Unused Retail Spaces
(New York, NY * May 5 2011) - Edison Properties is very proud to host About Face, an art exhibit created by No Longer Empty, a nonprofit that transforms empty storefronts into temporary public art exhibitions.
About Face will open to the public on Thursday, May 5th in the retail space at The Ludlow, Edison Properties' premiere residential building at 215 East Houston Street. "We're thrilled to be a donating space for this amazing art exhibit," said Stacy Stuart, VP of Marketing. "By seeing the potential to create art out of emptiness in unexpected places, No Longer Empty embodies the best of New York City."
About Face and the accompanying program is part of the New Museum's inaugural Festival of Ideas for a New City.
Homegrown and family-owned, Edison Properties has been providing city dwellers with superior parking, storage, office, and living space since 1956. The Ludlow offers New Yorkers luxury residential apartments in the heart of the East Village, with floor-to-ceiling windows, spectacular views, top-notch amenities and more.
Opening: Thursday, May 5, 2011 at 8pm-10pm
May 6 - June 12, 2011: Wed-Sun at 12-7pm
Main Exhibition: 215 East Houston Street @ Ludlow Street
For more information on About Face, No Longer Empty, and the featured artists, visit www.nolongerempty.com. To learn more about Edison Properties and The Ludlow, please contact Stacy Stuart, at 973.849.2556.