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Hawkins Bolden: Insight // 12:00pm-5:00pm

Friday, June 7, 12pm-5pm

Mana Contemporary / MARCH / Hawkins Bolden

Organized by Institute 193 in collaboration with the Tinwood Foundation.

Mana Contemporary 888 Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07306

"An artistic representation featuring a pair of worn jeans, stuffed to create the illusion of human legs inside. Cardboard material forms makeshift arms, attached to a sheet of metal that is covered in holes. A wooden fence serves as the background, with a wheel positioned on the top right side. The jeans are also tied to this fence-like structure."
Photo courtesy of MARCH

MARCH in partnership with Mana Contemporary presents, Hawkins Bolden.

Hawkins Bolden (1914–2005) was an American artist known for his "scarecrow" assemblages made from pots, pans, leather belts, rubber hoses and other found materials.

MARCH is a curatorial platform and gallery operating at the intersection of visual art and social justice.


  • Wheelchair Accessible

  • Wheelchair and Mobility Every space on site is designed for wheelchair access. Wheelchair ramps begin from the parking lot and move into the building. Two passenger elevators are on site, and one freight elevator is available on weekdays from 8:30 to 4. All hallways and doorways are wide and easily navigated with moving devices like wheelchairs, canes, and walkers. A portable ramp is also available if any barriers are encountered. Guide animals are welcome; if assistance is needed to navigate the grounds, we are happy to offer it.

  • Restrooms Accessible, single-user/all-gender restrooms are located on the basement, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th floors Braille exhibition descriptions are available for the permanent exhibition featuring Dan Flavin, Andy Warhol, and John Chamberlain.

  • Braille description will be available for this specific exhibition as well.


Phone: 201-604-2702



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