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Around 1 in 4 Lower East Side residents is Asian, most of them Chinese, according to Census figures tabulated by the NYC Department of City Planning.

“That this work would generate such a variety of strong reactions — positive and negative, reinforces the paradox it is trying to capture.”“The artist’s choice to ignore the presence of a thriving community filled with families and businesses reduces their existence to poverty porn,” the letter reads in part.

“This has a real and negative impact on how Chinatown is perceived by non-residents, politicians and developers who view low-income communities as wastelands ripe for investment and exploitation.”The Lower East Side has a long and storied history as an immigrant neighborhood, once known for its crowded tenement houses.

The controversy centers on the James Cohan Gallery on the Lower East Side, not far from Chinatown.

Omer Fast, a Berlin-based artist, redid the inside and facade to resemble “what they were like before gentrification,” according to a press release on the gallery’s website.

Around 1 in 4 Lower East Side residents is Asian, most of them Chinese, according to Census figures tabulated by the NYC Department of City Planning.“That this work would generate such a variety of strong reactions — positive and negative, reinforces the paradox it is trying to capture.”“The artist’s choice to ignore the presence of a thriving community filled with families and businesses reduces their existence to poverty porn,” the letter reads in part.“This has a real and negative impact on how Chinatown is perceived by non-residents, politicians and developers who view low-income communities as wastelands ripe for investment and exploitation.”The Lower East Side has a long and storied history as an immigrant neighborhood, once known for its crowded tenement houses.The controversy centers on the James Cohan Gallery on the Lower East Side, not far from Chinatown.Omer Fast, a Berlin-based artist, redid the inside and facade to resemble “what they were like before gentrification,” according to a press release on the gallery’s website.“I’m afraid it is time to issue these letters because it is time for the general election next year.