"I got a tour today of art heaven. No, actually it was a city of creativity. Maybe yet I could describe it as an island where synaptic explosions take place on a daily basis? It’s called Mana Contemporary and it comprises six turn of the century manufacturing buildings and factories on 35 acres that house a collection of people and their art off Newark Street in Jersey City, NJ. It is a warehouse for art collections, a school, a dance floor, and several galleries of fine art, sculpture, a publishing house, a café, an architect’s museum, silkscreen press, a memorial to Anthony Quinn, and more to be. If you like art, in all forms, you will love visiting Mana, Monday through Friday, 11AM to 5PM for guided tours."

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Albany Times Union
February 5, 2016

Charles Arnoldi, Impound, 1985.