Photograph of Kingsborough Art Museum installation
View of UnHomeless NYC at Kingsborough Art Museum
Kiosk of Martha Rosler's "If You Lived Here"
Kiosk of Martha Rosler's "If You Lived Here"
View of  Martha Rosler Read about Rosler’s If You Lived Here… (1989/2022)
View of Martha Rosler's installation, "If you Lived Here"
View of Martha Rosler's installation, "If you Lived Here"
View of Martha Rosler's installation, "If you Lived Here"
Installation view
Installation view of Anti-Eviction Mapping Project; New York Chapter (2014-) and Hope Sandrow and The Artist & Homeless Collaborative Read about Sandrow’s Making Art, Reclaiming Lives (1993)
Bill Bierne
Bill Bierne Priority Seating (2017-)
Collection of signs on cardboard
Willie Baronet, We Are All Homeless (2022)
Willie Baronet
Posters for viewers to take
Booklets to take
Incident on the Street: A Workbook (2021)
BFAMFAPhD Three Facilitated Workshops (March–April 2022)
View of Dominique Paul, Michael Rakowitz, Dread Scott, Sachigusa Yasuda
Dominique Paul Median Income Dress (2015)
Michael Rakowitz ParaSITE(1997-)
Dread Scott "On the Impossibility of Freedom in a Country Founded on Slavery and Genocide" (2014)
Sachigusa Yasuda's "Upcycle, Uplift"
Miguel Robles-Durán & Cohabitation Strategies (CohStra) Uneven Growth (2014)
Wall text over materials
Wall text over materials

Visiting Kingsborough Community College

Address: Kingsborough Art Museum
Arts & Sciences Building
Kingsborough Community College, City University of New York
2001 Oriental Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11235

(718) 368-4817 (gallery); (718) 368-5720 (office)

Hours: Mon. – Fri., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Admission: Admission to the Kingsborough Art Museum is free and open to the public.

Directions: Car: Belt Parkway to Exit 8 (Coney Island Avenue) then follow signs.

Bus: B-1 and B-49 bus to last stop.

Train: BMT Brighton line – B or Q train to Brighton Beach Station, then take B-1 bus.  


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