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Greg Minah Exhibits at Top of the World

by AFRO Staff

    Artist Greg Minah. Photo/ (Courtesy Photo)
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Described as “a dance between artist and canvas,” Greg Minah’s painting process is a collaborative performance between his creative force as an artist and the natural forces acting on his material.

His technique is achieved by pouring thinned acrylic paint onto the canvas before tilting, turning and spinning the stretcher to orchestrate the performance of the medium. Minah’s most recent works are on display, Jan. 8 to March 2, at Top of the World Observation Level.

Guests have an opportunity to visit the exhibition for free and meet the artist on 5:30 to 7 p.m., Jan. 10. Top of the World is located on the 27th floor of the World Trade Center at 401 E. Pratt Street.

For more information on Top of the World Observation Level, call 410-837-VIEW or visit

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