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Latitude Artist Community serves all people - with an emphasis on those thought by some to have a disability - by creating meaningful, inclusive community interactions which allow participating artists to contribute culturally and politically to the life of their community.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Latitude artist Albert Moser @ Institute 193

Latitude artist Albert Moser opening reception this Thursday Jan 12 6-9 pm at Institute 193. Here's something from Latitude's very first exhibit of Alberts work in 2006!
Sat/October 14 – Art Opening – Works by Albert Moser at Third Street Stuff Coffee
All are invited to a reception for artist Albert Moser, this Saturday October 14, from 7-9pm at Third Street Stuff Coffee (257 North Limestone – near the corner of Limestone and 3rd St).

About Albert Moser (by Bruce Burris): Albert Moser walks in - seemingly out of nowhere - pockets jammed with scribbled papers and talking New Jersey- which is a language I understand. He proceeds to show me the amazing small drawings he has - folded Origami like in his shirt pocket. On the back of an ad for a Kung Fu Academy Albert has drawn something of a cross between a psychedelic road map and a tattoo - "I'll never pay for a piece of paper" he exclaims proudly.

Though Albert is in his 70's this is his first art exhibit. Albert still lives in Trenton New Jersey - as an ad for Vito's Italian Restaurant in Trenton - which Albert has transformed - attests to. Albert’s sister lives here in Lexington and he visits her on occasion - which is how I came to meet Albert one day - quite accidentally. I hope you enjoy Albert's work as much as I do - and remember - there is never a need to buy paper!