SXRVXVE: An Art Space

Jan 23, 2018 - Jan 27, 2018

The Center at West Park Sanctuary Theater

165 West 86th Street
New York, NY 10024

Time: Tuesday: 7:00pm-10:30pm, Wednesday-Saturday: 12:00pm-11:00pm
Phone Number: 8322378828
Contact: Kirby Sokolow

An ambitious week-long exhibition of visual art, together with a variety of one-night events, SXRVXVE showcases works responding to social inequality, the failures of the criminal justice system, and other structures that silence marginalized voices. National and international featured artists include Adriana Corral, Anne Peabody, Anthony Montouri, Jordan Kady, Olga Gluse, Jennifer Harley, Iliria Osum, Katya Grokhovsky, and more.

SXRVXVE’s daily programming includes a variety of one-night events:

  • Wednesday, January 24 see a variety of experimental short film and documentaries at SXRVXDEO.

  • Thursday, January 25 experience Valiant Dust: Power, Poetry, and Rage with Shakespeare's Women.

  • Friday, January 26, see comedians Josh Gondelman, Sarah Tollemache, Ana Fabrega, Mitra Jouhari, Josh Johnson, and more at Foul-Mouthed Saints, hosted by Kelsey Caine.

  • Saturday, January 27, celebrate our artists and enjoy a variety of acts at the SXRVXVE: Closing Party.

All proceeds from SXRVXVE: An Art Space will go to the Crime Victims Treatment Center. A not-for-profit organization, CVTC is committed to helping people heal from violent crime, changing cultural norms around violence, and promoting social justice through progressive legislation and community mobilization.

Tickets available online or at the door:
More information about the program available on the SXRVXVE website:

SXRVXVE is a curatorial platform pushing the boundaries of how we understand justice, dedicated to presenting artworks and projects interrogating systems of power.

The Center at West Park is a home for arts, culture, and community in the historic West Park Presbyterian Church, a New York City landmark. The Center is a secular not-for-profit organization that offers a diverse range of programs for artists, audiences, and the neighborhood; manages the building’s facilities; and stewards the restoration of its historic exterior. This production is made possible, in part, through the Center’s Artist Residency program. To learn more about this program and apply for a residency, visit

Event Type: Exhibition