''Rhodes Spoon'' Wins Dorry Award for Best Public Art 2019

 

The Opioid Spoon Project at Mountainside Chelsea

November 7th, 2019 – November 20th, 2019

Don’t miss the chance to view the famous opioid spoon by Domenic Esposito — the artist and activist behind the captivating sculpture.

Viewing Hours

Tuesday – Friday from 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM and 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Saturday from Noon – 4:00 PM

Mountainside Chelsea, 243 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011, United States

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Domenic Esposito

Artist/Activist

Founder, The Opioid Spoon Project

“A Vital, artist-led but all-inclusive project promoting awareness and change in the Opioid Crisis that has devastated countless lives and families around the world. Giving the Victims and Survivors of this tragedy a community and a unified voice, The Opioid Spoon Project seeks Justice and True Accountability for the architects of this Global Epidemic “

“We will serve as the voice of truth, solutions and as a platform for constructive social change and legal accountability for the opioid epidemic and the deadly and destructive effects it has on people from all walks of life.”

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Testimonials

”Domenic has by himself with truth, conviction and strength of heart and the love he carries has supported US. The US, being the moms, dads, loved ones suffering the greatest loss- the loss of our children, spouses, brothers and sisters. His love is truthful and from the heart. I thank you Dom., for allowing me to honor my son through a transparent and honorable Project. They needed you far more than you ever needed them. Yet, I see a few of those here.
This is what ACTION, SUCCESS looks like.
All my love-
Bonny

We won’t be silent. #MyTribe ”

”This is such a national crisis. It takes fearless men and women to make bold statements such as this. Change will come. Be part of the solution like Domenic. 💜

”The spoon is an unforgettable symbol of the children we have lost to drug overdose at the hands of the greedy.”

Some of the organizations we have partnered with

The Opioid Spoon Project is a 501(c)(3) Registered Charity. 

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