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Justin Aversano

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Justin Aversano
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Justin Aversano is an artist and curator working within the New York art scene. He has organized a number of shows in New York City, as well as public art exhibitions around the country.


Justin is also the owner and operator of Brooklyn Lightroom, a printing, scanning, and photography studio located in the heart of Chelsea, New York.

Different perspectives open up the third eye into seeing and feeling the new modes of consciousness which allow one to create visions from nothingness.

Additionally, Justin is the co-founder and creative director of SaveArtSpace, a nonprofit dedicated to bringing community art to public spaces.

Building communities are important for our culture and civilization to thrive and grow.

A humanist and a social entrepreneur, Justin connects his art with the world around him through capturing moments, faces, and communities that surround him, bringing them together through the lens of his camera.

The world around me inspires my everyday ideas when walking through New York Cities cityscape.
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Nine Inspirations

In Life & In Work

  1. Community - Building communities are important for our culture and civilization to thrive and grow.

  2. Light - Let the light shine and inspire your heart. Follow the light that guides you to enlightenment.

  3. Love - Love everything and everyone. Forgiveness and acceptance are pure unconditional love.

  4. Nature - Spending time in nature to root oneself into the earth and connect with the animals and plants.

  5. Meditation - Giving oneself time to breathe and heal through peaceful silence.

  6. Creativity - Different perspectives open up the third eye into seeing and feeling the new modes of consciousness which allow one to create visions from nothingness.

  7. Food - Tastes and smells while cooking is the most therapeutic experience. Cooking with love for friends and family is a gift.

  8. Technology - Remaining responsible and curious while using technology. To connect with other humans and make life easier to have more time to be playful than working.

  9. Architecture - The world around me inspires my everyday ideas when walking through New York City cityscape.