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Bettina Johae

Bettina Johae is an artist with an architectural background whose work engages with the changes and perceptions of the city. Her work has been exhibited locally at the New York Public Library, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, the Goethe Institut, the International Center of Photography, Maccarone Gallery, Smack Mellon, the Kentler International Drawing Space, the Conflux Festival, and the AiOP festival. She lives and works in Brooklyn.

Bettina Johae’s

Bettina Johae’s project, “eminent domain, nyc” (2010), investigates the use of eminent domain—for public and for private use—in New York City over the past centuries.


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JUNE 2020

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