(starting September 5) will display art in six underground chambers that were once used to store explosives and ammunition. Solo projects will be set up in the Magazine, which are former storerooms that are turning into exhibition spaces. “There’s something about the commandeering of military spaces for art, they just lend themselves to that. We keep joking: ‘Make art, not war’”, said Antony Zito of 4heads, a non-profit artists group that coordinates the fair.
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