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New website for my personal projects. Click here to view.

Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who came out and helped this weekend with the East River Coastal Cleanup! We had the best turnout to date…over 50 volunteers.    

For more details click here: http://eastriverparksweep.eventbrite.com/

EAST RIVER PARK CLEANUP- THIS WEEKEND, NOVEMBER 17TH & 18TH

We need help continuing the work of removing flood debris from the beds, fields and paths of the park.  Also, the Lower East Side Ecology Center will be planting daffodil bulbs in several beds throughout the park.  

The project on Saturday will be large, and I encourage all to register online here:
 http://www.nycservice.org/press/view/post/142

Sunday’s project will be smaller in scale, so just send me an email if you plan to join.

Details:

Saturday Nov. 17th & Sunday Nov. 18th
Volunteer registration begins 9:30am
Project will be from 10:00am – 1:00pm
We will meet at the Track House, located across from the E. 6th Street Footbridge

Please help spread the word about these projects to your networks.

Thanks for supporting ERP and hope to see you this weekend!

East River Park, NY. Photos made on the morning of Tuesday, October 30th 2012.

Thank you to all the volunteers that came out this weekend to the East River Park. Another very successful cleanup!

After a year of documenting the East River Park, I have released a 166 page book of my documentation. 

The book includes 181 color photographs and an atlas of every image’s location within the park. The first edition of this book will be limited to 500 copies that are numbered and signed. I will be donating 5% of all proceeds towards efforts of keeping the East River coast clean. 

I am accepting orders now and will be shipping the book in October. You can see a small preview and purchase details here-
http://www.alanart.com/index.php?/information/books/

Thank you for all your support!

Article in Huffington Post on my East River project. 

We need your Votes!! Our community needs to raise money for a permanent solution to the debris and trash that is consistently plaguing the East River Park in NYC. Click on the photo for more details. Thank you!!

Thank you for all coming out and helping with our 2nd clean-up on the East River. New photos from “East River and the Sanctum we walk” can be seen here.

Thank you, Beth and Thom. 11 full trash bags in 2 hours…with only 3 people, not bad. More updates on the East River project, on www.alanart.com.

New Images from “East River and the Sanctum we Walk”. 

New York, NY [East River]

New photos from the series: East River and the Sanctum we walk

www.alanart.com