The Laundromat Project at Clifford Chance
May 28, 2017
As part of Clifford Chance Law Firm’s long-time commitment to supporting the arts and the community, the Black and Latino Subcommittee of the Firm’s Diversity Committee invited The LP to exhibit works at their office related to our ongoing programming at the Kelly Street Collaborative. 30 works have been on view in the Firm’s offices in New York City from March-May 31, 2017.
Organized by the Firm’s curator, Jacob Robichaux, the three-month exhibition includes three projects: documentation photographs and three mixed-media collaborative portraits made by youth working in the Neighborhood Print Lab program; paintings, sculptures, photographs, and works on paper by 2016 Kelly Street Artist-in-Residence Dennis RedMoon Darkeem; and a group of photographic portraits with accompanying poems from the Story Block series, created by 2014 LP Commissions artists Sasha Phyars-Burgess and Alison Kibbe.
We are honored to be featured by the Firm, particularly given their dedicated commitment to promoting diversity, and fostering a supportive and inclusive work environment.
The exhibition is on view at Clifford Chance’s New York office, through May 31, 2017.