"World News Tonight" - Exhibit
When: May 16 - May 23, 2010
Opening Reception: May 19, 2010, 6-10pm
Where: chashama Window Space 266 West 37th street in New York City.



Media's Negativity Probed in New Art Exhibit by Internationally Recognized Artist

New York, NY (April 18, 2010) - "World News Tonight is an installation artwork at the chashama Window Space on May 16 through 23rd by David Greg Harth. The provocative exhibit explores mainstream media's proclivity towards the crisis of morality through the exposition of negative news. The exhibit includes hand-picked newspapers, magazines, articles and videos harping on death, dying, disgust, defame, disillusion, defeat, war, greed and corruption that have captured the world's attention for the last 15 years. The world is full of positive stories exemplifying love, heroism, generosity and charity however it is the negative news that consistently grabs the first page. The artist seeks to discover what the public truly wants to hear.too!

Visitors are encouraged to view the exhibit and meet Harth at the opening reception on Wednesday, May 19th from 6-10pm at chashama, located at 266 West 37th street in New York City.

Viewers may view the installation from the sidewalk during normal business hours or may enter the installation at given hours when a news attendant will be present.
Mon May 17, 9am-7pm
Tue May 18, 9am-2pm
Wed May 19, 9am-7pm
Thu May 20, 9am-7pm
Fri May 21, 9am-7pm

Viewers may enter the installation during these hours:
Sun May 16, 12pm-4pm
Mon May 17, 4pm-7pm
Tue May 18, 9am-2pm
Wed May 19, 5pm-10pm
Thu May 20, 5pm-8pm
Fri May 21, 3pm-7pm
Sat May 22, 11am-3pm
Sun May 23, 11am-4pm

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chashama's programs are made possible by the generous support of: the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York City Council, Carnegie Corporation, Dramatist Guild Fund, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Tides Foundation and through private donations from individuals.