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In celebration of its 20th anniversary, the Tribeca Festival Art Awards joined with Chanel to launch “Art is New York / New York is Art,” a project featuring commissioned artwork from 60 artists.
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Tribeca Festival and Chanel Transform New York with Art

By Eunice Chan

June 10, 2021

In celebration of its 20th anniversary, the Tribeca Festival Art Awards joined with Chanel to launch “Art is New York / New York is Art,” a project featuring commissioned artwork from 60 artists. The project brings to life an outdoor gallery of sorts, revitalizing streetscapes and vacated storefronts across lower Manhattan. Contributors of the festival are committed to bring entertainment and culture back to New York City.

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“Art is New York / New York is Art” is an expression of love and loyalty for the city among participating artists, including names like Julian Schnabel, Kiki Smith, Nate Lowman, Swoon, Chuck D, Matthew Modine, Christopher Walken, Donna Ferrato, Aurel Schmidt, Kalup Linzy, Don Gummer, Sophie Matisse, Dustin Yellin and more.

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In celebration of its 20th anniversary, the Tribeca Festival Art Awards joined with Chanel to launch “Art is New York / New York is Art,” a project featuring commissioned artwork from 60 artists.

In addition to the project, Tribeca and Chanel released a short film exploring the power of art and the resilience of the city, in which Schnabel, Ferrato, and Chuck D discuss their respective purpose, work and devotion to New York City.

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Matthew Modine, courtesy of the artist.

“There’s no better way to see New York come alive and heal than through the creative lens of these wonderful artists. This project beautifully represents the city,” said Jane Rosenthal, co-founder and CEO of Tribeca Enterprises and Tribeca Festival.

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