No Longer Empty is presenting dozens of artist’s work at the opening of a huge new show titled This Side of Paradise. It will be located at The Andrew Freedman Home, a 117,000 square foot mansion in the Bronx which was built in the 1920’s but has now been transformed. Daze is among the featured artists and was consistently building up to this day with posts on his blog on 12ozProphet.
The mansion contains 123 bedrooms and it definitely seems like this home has been turned into something really amazing and unique available for visitors to come and see. The show kicks off today from 6pm till 9pm but will continue to be open Sundays through Thursdays 1-7pm until the 5th of June, 2012. If you need a reason to hit up the Bronx, you should venture up to This Side of Paradise and enjoy this sick exhibition. You can take the B, D, or 4 train which conveniently stops right in front of the home at 167th Street.
Scroll down to peep some great preview photos taken of some of the work in the show that we found on Brooklyn Street Art. You can check out their full preview here.
Text: Jude Liana
Photo: Jaime Rojo