SOUTHAMPTON, NY-MARCH 31ST- April 30th, 2018 East End Arts Council and the Southampton Cultural Center are hosting a powerful exhibit of three social and environmental artists who are addressing our impact on the planet and its inhabitants. The exhibit runs from March 31st through April 30th. Shelter Island painter Janet Culbertson uses striking iridescent pigments and oils to represent worldwide toxic landscapes and the destruction of the planet at the hands of humankind. Croatian American artist Anna Jurinich was inspired by her own journey to the U.S. to create intricately detailed paintings that explore the effects of war and the struggles of refugees and women. Argentinian American Paula Ocampo’s bold art explores fear and the criminal justice system. This compelling exhibit questions the impact of violence humans have inflicted upon themselves and their home and asks the viewer: what have we done? Have we created a 7th Circle of hell which once seemed only the subject of tragic myth? Join the conversation and find inspiration at this powerful exhibit.