Art in FLUX Harlem presents HARLEM BEAT at Scratch DJ Academy.

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Art in FLUX Harlem and the Scratch DJ Academy recently collaborated for HARLEM BEAT, a pop-up gallery showcasing the work of some talented Harlem based artists like Tyson Hall, Makeba Rainey, Anya Roz and Ibou Ndoye. HARLEM BEAT was an integrative experience, combining musical artistry with that of visual artistry. After taking in some of the groovy tunes being spun by Scratch DJ Pauly Smallz and eyeing the awesome art hanging on the wall, we got the chance to speak to Art in FLUX founder, Leanne Stella.

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NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Makeba Rainey. (NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.)

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Deguelouma I-IV (Listen to Me) by Ibou Ndoye. (NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.)

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Ibou Ndoye. (NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.)

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Wizdum. (NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.)

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Tyson Hall. (NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.)

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Urban Noise by Ibou Ndoye. (NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.)

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

DJ Pauly Smallz. (NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.)

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Drum (top) & Speakeasy in Brooklyn (bottom). (NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.)

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine.

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