ECO ART: New York Times’ Dot Earth and Ecoartspace Ask ‘What Matters Most?’

May 1, 2010 by  
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Susannah Saylor/Ed Morris from the Canary Project, Glacial Ice Cap and Permafrost Melting: Lima Peru, 2008 As a means to target some of the most critical environmental and social issues of our time, non-profit organization ecoartspace recently joined forces with New York Times environmental journalist Andrew Revkin  on his Dot Earth blog  to ask leading experts, writers, and readers their opinions on the endangered state of the planet. Inspired by the enthusiastic and impassioned responses, ecoartspace took their project one step further calling out to artists and asking them to address and visualize this one dire question: ‘ What Matters Most?’  What resulted from these inquiries was a fascinating exhibit showcasing over 250 pieces of donated artwork for display at NYC’s Exit Art gallery.   Read the rest of ECO ART: New York Times’ Dot Earth and Ecoartspace Ask ‘What Matters Most?’ http://www.inhabitat.com/wp-admin/ohttp://www.inhabitat.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=better_feedptions-general.php?page=better_feed Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: amy lipton , Andrew Revkin , Dot Earth Andrew Revkin , ecoartspace , environmental art , exit art , NYC eco art event , Tricia Watts , What Matters Most

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  1. Joy Joyner on Sun, 2nd May 2010 9:43 pm 

    Loved the art exhibit Friday night.



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