Handball is an urban sport that was popularized by immigrants in the early 20th century, but Subliminal Standard is not a typical handball court. It is Ancart’s most ambitious artwork to date – a newly-built structure with nuanced and compelling painted surfaces inspired by his fascination with seemingly quotidian found forms and patterns. Here, the artist’s distinctive painting style extends beyond the frame of the canvas and outside the museum’s walls to interact with its setting in subtle ways. Ancart invites us to immerse ourselves in this extraordinary environment and to become part of its composition as we engage with our surroundings, each other, and art in a new way. In the game of handball, all you need is a ball and a wall to play. Subliminal Standard proposes that we only need our imagination to perceive the unseen beauty that surrounds us every day.
Evelia Coyotzi has been selling dollar tamales in Corona, Queens since 2001. Her team starts every day around 9 PM, cooking through the night, so that by 4 AM, they're outside the Junction Boulevard subway stop selling her tamales. Originally from Tlaxcala, Mexico, Evelia makes a large variety of tamales, like tamales con rajas, mole, pollo verde, Oaxacan tamales and more, which she sells for $1-2 apiece out of a pushcart.
Find Evelia's Tamales at her street cart outside the Junction Boulevard 7-train subway stop in Corona, Queens.
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