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New Jersey’s Premier Coworking Space Continues Free Fall Art Show Series Showcasing Local Artists 

HOBOKEN, N.J. (Nov. 15, 2022)Mission 50, New Jersey’s premier coworking space, continues its monthly Fall Art Show Series with the Lawrence Ciarallo + Friends exhibition, “Dig if You Will a Picture,” on Thursday, November 17, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

This group show will feature three local artists including Hoboken native Lawrence Ciarallo along with Tali Rose Krupkin and Estela German. Free and open to the public, the art exhibition and reception will be held at Mission 50, 50 Harrison Street in Hoboken. 

The group exhibition will showcase works by Ciarallo, an artist, designer and muralist whose work is an eclectic mix of portraits, pop art and mixed media pieces. Guests can enjoy complementary wine and sushi while viewing artwork on Mission 50’s second floor, in the Saloon and adjoining spaces. Free on-site parking is available during the event. 

One of Ciarallo’s art pieces will be given away, courtesy of Mission 50, in a drawing at the end of the event. Attendees also will have the opportunity to enter a drawing to win five days of free coworking at Mission 50. Winners must be present to win.   

Inspiration Through Experience 
Ciarallo’s media pieces address a myriad of topics and honor a diverse group of individuals. His paintings and murals are inspired by the endless beauty that exists amidst the chaos of daily life. To exemplify this spectrum, he utilizes a mixture of collage, abstraction and portraiture. A graduate of Montclair State University with a bachelor’s degree in studio/graphic design, he serves on the board of the Hoboken Advisory Council and as a member of the YNY Alliance for Young New Yorkers.  

Based in Jersey City, Krupkin transforms upcycled materials to create her analog collages, giving the imagery new life, often parodying societal themes depicted in consumerism and pop culture. The Israeli-American artist draws inspiration from her own experiences as they relate to topics of feminism, spirituality, and nature. Krupkin received a bachelor’s in fine arts degree in painting and art history from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. 

“As a vibrant coworking space thoroughly ensconced in Hoboken’s creative community, it’s always exciting when we can share the talents of local artists with both Mission 50 members and the general public,” said Gregory Dell’Aquila, CEO of JDA Group LLC, which owns the coworking and boutique office property. “We are pleased to provide a platform for these three gifted artists to showcase their work. It is an ideal representation of what Mission 50 is all about.” 

Mission 50: A Collaborative Coworking and Community Space 
Mission 50 was launched by Dell’Aquila in 2011 as one of the first premium coworking sites in the New York/New Jersey region. In 2021, he spearheaded a multi-million-dollar renovation and reintroduction of the 80,000-square-foot boutique office building in response to evolving workplace needs. The result is a reimagined coworking community that fosters collaboration, creativity and productivity.  

The building has multiple workspace environments including shared coworking spaces, privacy pods, private office suites, and fully customizable office concepts. Upscale amenities, state-of-the-art technology and a menu of membership options cater to professionals ranging from solo workers and growing startups to seasoned businesses and traditional enterprises.   

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