Changing Landscapes at
Revival Romanesque Row House Gallery
Juanita Lanzo | Co-Curator, En Foco
Juanita Lanzo has worked in the Bronx for over 20 years as a visual artist, arts administrator, curator, archivist, and art adviser. Her curatorial projects focus on emerging artists of color, the LGBTQ community, women, race, immigration and popular culture in a wide array of media, which she supplements with the addition of by public programs and professional development and advocacy/career sustainable practices for visual artists. She currently works as an Independent Curator for En Foco, and as a teaching artist in NYC. She graduated from City College of NY (MFA-Painting & Printmaking) and University of Puerto Rico (BFA 1996 Printmaking & Drawing). Ms. Lanzo was born in Puerto Rico, works and teaches in the Bronx, and lives in East Harlem, NYC
About the Revival Romanesque Row House Gallery
Set in a Historic and Architectural landmark, this group exhibition investigates and reflects on notions of home (metaphorical and literal), belonging, displacement, street life urban renewal and gentrification and activism. The Revival Romanesque Row House Gallery is part of The East Mott Haven Historic District. One of the oldest row house developments in The Bronx, where the row house typology is rare in comparison to other parts of the city.