Jennifer Rizzo Curates “Lush” @ Hashimoto Contemporary, NYC

Jennifer Rizzo Curates
Have you tried to plant a garden, some flowers or even tried to keep a house plant alive during the pandemic? I have, on all fronts. It’s harder than I thought, but I have a little extra time trying to focus in on some flora and fauna in my life. Jennifer Rizzo of Hashimoto Contemporary must have this on her mind as well, as she has curated a group show with 33 artists for Lush, with each work being dedicated and in response to “the flowering species.”

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