Cacy Forgenie describes the many services and opportunities provided by the Rush Arts Gallery & Resource Center to artists and kids who would otherwise not have access or be given exposure.
Cacy Forgenie was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1973 and raised in Guyana, South America. He returned to New York in 1983 and attended NYC’s public schools including P.S.132, I.S. 59, John Bowne High School Center For Writing and SUNY Buffalo as a student of creative writing, poetry and journalism.
In the mid-nineties, Forgenie took up painting and sculpture while living between the UK, India and Morocco. During this time he also contributed writing and illustration to the UK fashion and lifestyle publications TRACE, 2ND GENERATION, DON’T TELL IT, STRAIGHT NO CHASER and BLAG.
In 1997, Forgenie returned to New York and contributed writing and photography to ONE WORLD, HONEY and THE SOURCE magazines. After serving as editor (1999-2002) of the graffiti magazine MASS APPEAL as BOUDICON, Forgenie contributed THE NEW YORK POST, AP WORLD WIDE PHOTOS, UNCHIN and POEMS NIEDERNGASSE.
Presently Forgenie lives in Brooklyn and contributes photography and video to THE NEW YORK POST and NYPOST.COM as a freelancer while exhibiting work in galleries and institutions like The London Institute of Art, RUSH Arts Gallery in New York; and New Life Berlin.
For more info on Cacy: cacyforgenie.com