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Greco Art Studio

Greco Art Studio
Leon Nicholas Kalas
Curator-Artist
Oil paintings in various art movents.

Brooklyn, NY

United States
Address:
149 Bond Street
Phone: 718-797-3943
Fax: 718-797-3943
Website: www.leonkalas.com


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Artists Represented

Representing various artists from the Brooklyn Art Community and showcase them in corporate lobbies: i.e Con Edison.


Current Exhibitions

Oil paintings by Roy Clery


Forthcoming Exhibitions

"Social Justice in America"


Previous Exhibitions

"Images of Africa"
"Primavera"
"Nudity & Society"


Art Fairs

Affordable Art Fair< New York City. June, 2007


Press Releases

Press release

“Social Justice in America
By: Leon Nicholas Kalas


Press contact: Leon Nicholas Kalas, artist /curator 718-797-3943

www.leonkalas.com
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This exhibition explores and illuminates the problem with “Social Justice in America” from the view point of the visual artist, Leon Nicholas Kalas, an outsider, an American by choice but not by birth. The question of social justice has always been an intriguing issue to Mr. Kalas that he was unable to comprehend from the very beginning, when he came to America from Europe in 1960. In that decade, America experienced a terrible turmoil with its social justice. He had expected to arrive in a country that claimed to be the “Land of the Free”. Yet, there was discrimination towards the black race, a people with the right to be in this country, since they were brought here in chains as slaves, over anyone else that came after them by their own free will. Still, these people were treated as second class citizens simply because of skin color. Mr. Kalas found the national anthem statement; “land of the free”, to... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

149 Bond Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

718-797-3943
LeonKalas@aol.com
www.leonkalas.com


Contact-Directors/Staff

Leon Nicholas Kalas
718-797-3943
www.leonkalas.com


Opening Times

By appointment only