--WILLIAMSBURG EVERY SECOND, FRIDAY--
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.
Between Images and Words: Exhibition by Jorge L. Porrata. July 12th to August 3rd
483 Driggs Ave.
Tues-Fri, 2-8, Sat & Sun 12-9.
101 Grand St.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
also by appointment.
Duet - Theresa Ellerbrock and Susan Mayr. Sept.12 - Oct.12
Opening: Friday September 12, 6-9.Arc Across the Vortex, curated by Jenny Lynn McNutt - sculpture by Ellen Driscoll, Eve Andree Laramee, and Mary Ziegler. Oct. 17 - Nov. 16
Brooklyn Art Library
103A North 3rd St.
The Sketchbook Project, a collection of close to 30,000 sketchbooks (and counting) submitted by people of all ages and backgrounds from around the world. Thats over a million pages of original artwork made by everyday people, from arts professionals to students, kids, parents, and anyone in between.
209 Wythe Avenue
Patrick Todd, Patrick Todd’s small-scale oil paintings evoke puzzle pieces; Chinese finger traps worn out from overuse; space travel. Todd’s bright, interlocking, enigmatic forms, imply bent light, and with it the sorts of prismatic scientific experiments that lay bare our optical apparatus. April 15th – May 30th.
Thoughtfully arranged artifacts of NYC’s history.
A Dark Day in Sunnyside, The Dick Power Story, a bike obsessed life of damage and redemption. Through August.
Cotton Candy Machine
235 South 1st Street
Lucha No Libre, Boy Kong, June 21-June 28.
CCM X SF, With: Glenn Barr, Dilek Baykara, Scott C, Katie Carillo, Karl Deuble, Jeremy Hush, Tim Lee, Tina Lugo, Jeremyville, Kozyndan, Stan Manoukian, Tara McPherson, Phil Noto, Kathie Olivas, Brandt Peters, Chris Ryniak, Amanda Louise Spayd, Lamour Supreme, Greg Rivera and Chet Zar. July 11-August 10.
Elephant Art/ Endangered Artists
566 Lorimer St. #1FR
Tues – Sat, 1–7
Art & Fashion by Elephants, brand new works by Thai artists, Yod Yeam and Noppakhao. The event is free but proceeds from sales and donations go to benefit the elephants themselves.
168 North 6th St.
Summer Selections. Featuring: Jorge Alvarez, McWillie Chambers, Alexander Calder, Jennifer Delilah, Howard Eisman, Ingrid Capozzoli Flinn, Bonnie Faulkner, Matthew Greenway, Reina Gilson, Williams Gropper, Peter Krebs, Maho Kino, Richard Lindner, Arlene Morris, Rusel Parish, Joachim Marx, Meridith McNeal, Elim Mak, Arlene Morris, Susan Newmark, Audrey Rhoda, K. Saito, Michael Sorgatz, Jacqueline Schiffman, Raphael Soyer, Hermann Struck, Abraham Walkowitz.
June 21 - July 27.
Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Summer of Love, curated by Julia Whitney Barnes. Featuring: Amanda Alic + Ethan Crenson, Rachel Feinstein + John Currin, Jolynn Krystosek + Halsey Hathaway, Katherine Newbegin + Todd Knopke, Alexandra Posen + Nils Folke Anderson, Sascha (Prinz zu Schaumburg-Lippe) Mallon + Stephen Mallon, Jessica Sucher + Sasha Bezzubov, Kathleen Vance + Daniel Aycock, Cibele Vieira + Peter Fox, Ursula Weissmüller + Robert Ortega, Julia Whitney Barnes + Sean Hemmerle. July 2nd - August 24th.
Opening: Sunday August 24, 8pm . Closing Brunch: Sunday, August 24th, 3PM
Brutal Legacy, Photographs by Sean Hemmerle.
Opening: Friday September 05, 7-9.
177 North 9th St.
PIEROGI XX: Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition.
Opening: Friday September 05, 7-9.
158 Roebling Street
Mon - Fri, 6pm - Midnight, Sat-Sun 1pm - Midnight
722 Metropolitan Ave, Second Fl
p722 Artists, On Megumi Akiyoshi, Lauren Comito, Hilary Doyle, Jen Dunlap, Reid Hitt, Maria Kondratiev, Joseph Sossi, Jeremiah Teipen.
28 Frost Street
Wed– Sat, 1-7 Sun, 2-6
Safety in Nebulous, curated by Stephen Lawrence Clark, explores the the wonder, banality, comfort, humor, and terror that can arise, often simultaneously, out of designed systems. Lilith, Liz Ryerson, Orteil, and Michael Cook. 7/10 – 8/3.
Opening: Friday August 01, 7-9. Closing Reception
Prove it to me, curated by Natasha Marie Llorens, presents the work of seven social practice artists who refuse an objective understanding of photography. Instead, they create projects that thicken the relationship between an image and the event it stands in for. 9/12 – 10/19.
319 Bedford Ave.
To Leo, A Tribute from the American Abstract Artists, Featuring: Alice Adams, Steven Alexander, Siri Berg, Susan Bonfils,Emily Berger, Power Booth, Naomi Boretz, Sharon Brant, Henry Brown, Marvin Brown,
James O.Clark, Mark Dagley, Mathew Delaget, Tom Doyle, Tom Evans, Gabriele Evertz, Vito Giacalone, Balcomb Greene, founding member Gertrude Greene,founding member Gail Gregg, James Gross, Mara Held, Pinkney Herbert,invited guest Daniel G.Herbert, Gilbert Hsiao, Phillis Ideal, Julian Jackson, Ward Jackson past member James
Juszczyk, Cecily Khan, Marthe Keller, Iona Kleinhaut, Victor Kord,
Irene Lawrence, Mon Levinson,past member JaneLogemann, Vincent Longo,
David Mackenzie, Stephen Maine, Katinka Mann, Nancy Manter, Joanne
Mattera, Chreighton Michael, Manfred Morh, Judith Murray, Margret
Neil,invited guest John Obuck, Jim Osman, John Phillips, Corey Posiglione, Luccio Pozzi, Raquel Rabinovich, Leo Rabkin, honoree Beatrice Riese,past member Ce Roseir, Irene Rousseau, David Row, Ed Ruda, past member Anne Russinof, Cody Ryman, Lorenzo Sannai, Mary Schiliro, James Seawright with Mimi Garrard, Claire Seidl, Edward Shalala, Susan Smith, Richard Timperio, Li Trincere, Kim Uchiyama, Lynn Umlauf, Clover Vail, Vera Vasek, Don Vosine, Merril Wagner, Stephen Westfall, Jeanne Wilkinson, Mark Williams Thornton Willis, Zola Zinn. Le Salon des Realities Nouvelles, invited guests Olivier di Pizio president, Erik Levesque comittee member, Borgumila Strojna comittee member, Richard van der Aa comittee member. June 14-July 13.
540 Driggs Avenue
Wed-Fri, 12-7; Sat-Sun, 11-7
Automonuments, a solo exhibition by New York based Israeli artist Niv Rozenberg. July 10 - Aug 9.
Skink Ink Editions
60 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 12-6 and by appointment
Group Material: Reactivating Three "Unrealized Proposals"Maika Pollack in collaboration with Colleen O'Connor. Through July 20th.
"...as if the force could extract something special" . Katey Austin, Jennifer Bonner, Christian Brahe, Nam Le, Stacy Rexrode, Amanda Wagstaff. August 3 - August 29. summer gallery hours: Wed-Fri, 1-6 pm.
Opening: Sunday August 03, 3-6. opening bbq
191 North 14th St
Brooklyn Gravity Racers, Cars will be on view 11–21 September. Preliminary Races: Tuesday, 16 September. 7-9pm. Wednesday, 17 September. 7-9pm. Thursday, 18 September. 7-9pm. Final Races: Friday, 19 September. 7-10pm
Opening: Tuesday September 16, 7-9.Opening: Wednesday September 17, 7-9.
The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 218 7148
Summers Gun, Daniel Hesidence. Preceded by Winter Holiday, Rose Laughter, Autumn Buffalo, and Maritime Spring, Summers Gun is the final segment of series categorized by the seasons, and a continuation and closure to four bodies of work. In “Summers Gun,” Daniel Hesidence presents twelve new oil paintings from this series. May 6 – July 19.
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
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67 West St #203
Friend of a Friend, includes recent works and/or collaborations by: Amanda Browder & Caroline Burghardt, Pat Falco & Maria Molteni, Allison Maletz & David Pettibone, Kirkland Bray & Scott Albrecht, Charles Wilkin & Jon Legere. June 13 - July 11.
Inventory, July 25 - August 29th.
Fowler Project Space
67 West Street, Unit 216
Historical Access Memory, Jsun Laliberte, Lucia Hinojosa, Jenna Lee, and James Vanderberg. June 28 - July 26
Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
155 Freeman Street
Pier Paolo Pasolini's Outline of a Screenplay for a Film about Saint Paul (in the Form of Notes for a Production Director).
Opening: Saturday August 02, 7pm .
Real Fine Arts
673 Meeker Ave
Would you eat your friends? Morag Keil. June 28 - July 27.
Dave Miko September 13 - October 26.
Opening: Saturday September 27, 7-10.
77 Franklin St
Shadow Light, Gigi Gatewood.Through Aug 3rd
Opening: Thursday July 31, 6-9. Closing Reception
147 India St.
Thurs-Fri 1-7, Sat 1-5
Unsructured, Group show with Ben Boothby, Cooper Holoweski, Charlotte Lethbridge, Melissa Murray.
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160 Randolph St
Valley of the Deer, Jillian McDonald. May 16 – June 22. Valley of the Deer” consists of a video, drawings, and a cast of augmented reality characters viewable on mobile devices in the gallery’s neighborhood.
The Airplane Installations, Indoor, outdoor site-specific work by Leeza Meksin. May 30 - July 6.
Amos Eno Gallery
The Loom-1087 Flushing Avenue, Suite 120
Art Not Without _____features recent work by emerging artists, both recent graduates and current students in the Master of Fine Arts programs at Parsons The New School for Design and Hunter College of the City University of New York. June 26 - July 25
16 Harrison Place
Saturdays & Sundays, 12 – 6PM
APPALACH-WICK, Participating Artists: Maya Meissner, Jackie Cantwell, Becky Chipkin, Alex Chipkin, Hazel Lee Santino, Kurt Stegar, Caitlin Dutton, Margot Bird, Casey Velasquez, Taro Masushio, Yan Giguere, Annabelle Weatherly. July 26 – Sept 7. 16 Harrison Place.
Papers from India, 1986-1987, Denise Green, Aug 2 - Sept 14. Curated by Wilson Duggan.
Opening: Friday September 12, 6-9.
56 Bogart St, lower level
Light Bulb Magic, Susanne Hofer. June 13 – July 27.
Friday Studio Gallery
56 Bogart St., 1st fl., Brooklyn.
718 821 2180
Friday, 3PM till 8 PM
"Tabula Rasa""Tabula Rasa" 7/11 to 7/25/2014 a group show
"Seduction 2014""Seduction 2014" is a group themed show-
8/1 to 8/29/2014
Opening: Friday August 01, 6 to 8 PM.
Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
56 Bogart St.
Criminal's Cinema, an exhibition curated by John O'Connor featuring works by Gary Burnley, Dawn Clements, Matthew Northridge, Kanishka Raja, and Bruce Stiglich. The exhibition opens Friday, July 11th from 6-9pm, and runs through Sunday, August 17th.
66 Knickerbocker Ave
Sat-Sunday, 12-6 pm
U:L:O: Part II, U: Ben Gocker. L: Sonel Breslav. O: Cave. July 18 - August 3, 2014
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Weds - friday, 12-6pm
Foundland: Escape Routes and Waiting Rooms, Foundland is Ghalia Elsrakbi, and Taysir Batniji. Foundland investigates personal stories of mobility and migration around Syria, a place where freedom of movement is strictly restricted due to its ongoing civil war. In two newly created installations, a Syrian family’s dinner table is restaged to depict a schematic map of a family where most of the members have migrated from the country over time. The work reveals intimate family moments and history set in a ravaged country where millions of people are displaced. July 30 - August 29.
81 Central Ave (1A)
Saturdays 1 - 5
Zero PointMatt Connors, Mark Demuro, Delia R. Gonzalez, Elizabeth Jaeger, Rose Kallal, Jojo Li, Maria Robertson, Sophy Naess, Linnea Vedder. AUG 1st - SEPT 1st. Opening Night Sounds: 8:30 - Delia R Gonzalez with Alice Cohen and Bryce Hackford offer a live sound performance. 9:30 - Rose Kallal provides live modular synthesis with multiple 16mm projections
Opening: Friday August 01, 7-10.
Life on Mars
56 Bogart Street
718 417 3935
Fri 3-8, Sat-Sun 1-6
Never Mind The Bollocks,Summer invitational group show featuring: Peter Acheson, Paul Behnke, Todd Bienvenu, Peter Bonner, Katherine Bradford, Farrell Brickhouse, Rick Briggs, Deborah Brown, Sharon Butler, Elisabeth Condon, Steve Cope, Paul D’Agositno, Michael David, Mary DeVincentis Herzog, Jeff Frederick, Barbara Friedman, Justine Frischmann, Marianne Gagnier, Ashley Garrett, Matthew Neil Gehring, George Gilliland, Kathy Goodell, Brenda Goodman, Xico Greenwald, Art Guerra, Catherine Haggarty, Clarity Haynes, Molly Herman, Sam Jablon, Dana James, Elisa Jensen, Eric Jiaju Lee, Christina Kee, Ben LaRocco, Barbara Laube, Kerry Law, Catherine Lepp, Gili Levy, Margrit Lewczuk, Meg Lipke, Jackie Lipton, Sangram Majumdar, Eliot Markell, Jackie Meier, Arnold Mesches, Riad Miah, Thomas Micchelli, Michael Miller, Lizbeth Mitty, Robert C. Morgan, Loren Munk, Margaret Noel, Fran O’Neill, Robert Otto Epstein, Jeffrey Paclipan, Linnea Paskow, David Pollack, Jamie Powell, James Prez, Ben Pritchard, Cecilia Rembert, David Rich, Jason Rolfe, Anne Russinof, Carol Salmanson, Karen Schwartz, Zach Seeger, Judith Simonian, Niki Singleton, Kyle Staver, Jason Stopa, Dov Talpaz, Julie Torres, Jeanne Tremel, Joyce Yamada, Eileen Weitzman, Milo Wissig, Whitney Wood-Bailey, Etty Yaniv
June 27- August 10.
1623 Hancock St. Ridgewood
Saturday & Sunday 1- 6
Kings & Queens, Charlotte Becket, Alex Chowaniec, Nao Matsumoto, Max Yawney. May 30-June 29th.
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
Paint and Styrofoam, Tom Friedman. Friedman is known for his meticulously crafted sculptures and works on paper that inhabit the intersections between the ordinary and the monstrous, the infinitesimal and the infinite, the rational and the uncanny.May 22 - Aug 8.
A Lot of Sorrow, Ragnar Kjartansson. Sep - Dec, 2014
4 Charles Place (at Myrtle btwn Bushwick & Evergreen Aves)
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
Marni Kotak: Mad Meds. A new durational performance exhibition by artist Marni Kotak who this time invites the public to share in her real life struggles with her own mind, the American mental health system, and the power of the pharmaceutical industry. Over the course of the exhibit, the artist gradually attempts to scale down the dosage of medications she was prescribed for postpartum depression over 2 1/2 years ago and holds "visiting hours" at the gallery. Featuring new photographic works, video, installation and sculpture. July 18 - August 25.
56 Bogart Street
Simone Couto: Terra Firma , July 29 – Aug 2.
Thu - Mon, 12-6pm
Videorover: Season 8, curated by Rachel Steinberg, featuring: Dave Greber, Victoria Keddie, Derek Larson, Brendan Lee, Beatriz Meseguer, Sofia Quirno, Alona Rodeh, Adam Douglas Thompson and Raul Gomez Valverde. June 13 - November 21.
Opening Reception #3: Derek Larson, Dave Greber, and Sofia Quirno.
Multiplicity,City as subject/matter: Belfast, Hong Kong, New Delhi, New York, Tel Aviv, Tirana and beyond. Nadim Abbas, Erik Benson, BroLab, CPak Studio, Endri Dani, John Duncan, Yael Efrati, Elastic City, The Extrapolation Factory, Vibha Galhotra, Darren Goins, Michael Hanna, Meg Kelly ,Nicky Keogh, Alban Muja and Yll Citaku, Aisling O’Beirn, Jan Pfeiffer, Sascha Pohflepp, Gigi Scaria, Irgin Sena, Alice Schivardi, Seher Shah, Sasa Tkacenko, Amir Yatziv. July 11-August 25.
229 Cook Street
Eden, brings together five artists from New York and the Hudson River Valley who focus on creating lush worlds that show evidence of humanity’s need to mess with Paradise. Works by Michael Drury, Charles Geiger, Melinda Hackett, Lina Puerta and Sylvia Schwartz for the gallery’s second exhibition, EDEN. July 5 – August 24.
he Unglued Radio Workshop, An evening of spoken word, sound, music and film orchestrated by Max Yawney. Featuring performances by The Unglued Radio Workshop, Steven Charles, Patrick Todd and filmmaker Strauss Yawney.
Opening: Saturday August 02, 6-8.
Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Frozen Karaoke, organized by guest curator Sarah Schmerler. Participating Artists: Alan Wiener, Christopher Brooks, Gabriel Shuldiner, Lucas Moran. July 10 - August 17.
467 Troutman Street
Olivie Ponce continues an exploration of the aesthetics of the city in which lives. Drawing on visual themes shared by both his home of Mexico City and New York, Ponce builds off visual elements of the landscape. July 11-August 11.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
Inside Outside Upside Down, an exhibition of new work by Atlanta based artist Ann Stewart and Croton-on-Hudson, NY based artist Steven Millar that explores ideas about space, memory and perception. July 11 – August 10.
286 Stanhope Street
Nothing Less, Patrick Allen, Michele Hemsoth, Matthew Kirk, Denise Kupferschmidt, Billy Malone, Carrie Pollack. Curated by Matthew F. Fisher.
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
Sight Lines: 35 Years of Drawing by Allan Wexler.
May 9th-June 8th.
Closed for Summer after June 8th.
260 Johnson Avenue
347 746 8457
Noodle Beaches for Meeting Witches: Small Worlds of the Claiming Moon, Alaina Stamatis, Alaska L. McFadden, Alex Patrick Dyck, Alexandra McNutt, Arielle Avenia, Arturo Guillermo Cordova, Asha Man, Beatrice Von Rague, Schleyer, Dana Wood Zinsser, Greem Jellyfish, Jace Maupin, James Moore, Jason Palmer, Jennifer Jean Shear, Jessica Elsaesser, John Gross, Maggie Lee, Nicholas Chatfield-Taylor. July 11th-August 3rd.
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
Surf and Turf, Rebecca Goyette and Julia Oldham.
Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
Inhabiting Ten Eyck,Curated by Karin Bravin. With Lisa Beck / Devon Dikeou / Nathan Dilworth / Dave Eppley / Julie Evans / Ivelisse Jimenez / Beth Krebs / Rita MacDonald / Matt Miller / Elizabeth Riley / Julie Schenkelberg / Peter Soriano
Etty Yaniv / Rachel Mica Weiss. May 30 – June 29.
The Civilized World, Hans van Meeuwen. May 30 – June 29.
CLOSED for July and August. Reopening September 5 with: Derek Fordjour, "The Big Game" and project space: Kate Elliot. Sept 5-Oct 5. opening reception: Friday, September 5, 6-9 pm
449 Troutman Street, #3-5,
An Artwork by Gwendolyn C. Skaggs with David B. Frye. Viewing Room: Patrick Mangan. 5.31.14 - 6.28.14
The Active Space
566 Johnson Avenue
Friday-Sunday, 1-6 pm
Seeking Space, the official visual arts group show of Bushwick Open Studios, curated through an open call by Arts in Bushwick organizers. May 30 – June 30.
791 Bushwick Ave
Show #11, Curated by Frankie Phillips, the Parlour Bushwick is pleased to present “Show #11”. June 21-July 20.
56 Bogart Street
Paint and Clay, paintings and sculpture by Joyce Robins. 16 May-20 July.
127 Tompkins Avenue
1-6, Fridays & Saturdays
Ginny Casey and Heather McPherson, June 20th - July 13th.
1030 Metropolitan Ave
Saturdays 2 – 7
Sweet Finances, artist Claudia Maté. For this exhibition Maté has produced a series of web applications connected with the Yahoo! Finances API, keeping us updated every second by leveraging a huge amount of data from exchanges worldwide. July 12-August
44 Stewart Ave, #49 Please ring bell to enter during normal hours.
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
Good Job, Everybody, Curated by Will Gabaldon. Featuring works by Ben Bertocci, Monica Haak, Dustin London, Eileen Murphy, James L. Seward and Brian Zegeer. June 27 – August 3.
In the Office of the Drunken Monkey, curated by Julian Kreimer and Christopher Ulivo, August 8 – September 7
Opening: Friday August 08, 7 – 10.
464 Seneca Ave
Valentine is closed for the summer and will reopen September 12 with:David Brody, Cindy Tower, Liz Ainslie.
1109 Dekalb Ave
The Whales of August, David Scout McQueen, Joy Drury Cox, Lorna Barrowclough, and Hondartza Fraga.
Opening: Friday August 01, 7-10.
Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
Art Inspires Art: How Does a Bird Imagine? What Does a Tree Know? a new exhibition that offers children and parents the opportunity to experience poetry, interactive sculptures and festive banners developed by artists from The Touchstone Center for Children. In collaboration with Richard Lewis, Noah Baen, Carol Grocki Lewis and Claudia Keel, artist Kathy Creutzburg created two interactive sculptures “A Tree Lives (2006)” and “The Bird of Imagining (2004).”
Through August 1
52 Tompkins Avenue,
My World is Not Your World, a solo exhibition by international glass artist John Drury. This spirited and dynamic installation is full of fun things to see, including the incorporation of gems by outsider artist Ionel Talpazan, My World is Not Your World will be a one time installation unique to the store front space at Elgin Gallery. June 13th - July 9th
Good Work Gallery
Sat and Sun, April 5 – 20, 1 – 7
Elemental, curated by Sara Blazej. featuring: Al Bedell, Alli Coates, Andrew Ross, Angelina Dreem, Ann Hirsch, Ashley Zangle, Carly Mark, Signe Pierce, and Molly Soda. July 11 – August 3.
112 Rogers Ave. #2
24 hours window
I Wanna Destroy U, Nathan Meltz, June 27 - July 31.
495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
Karl-Craft, Exhibition on view June 28- July 27.
The Microwave Mint, Gavin Kenyon & Jeff Williams. August 8 - August 31.
Opening: Friday August 08, 7 - 10.
House of Art Gallery
1368 Fulton St
Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 1-6
Medicine from Heaven: How African American Culture Was Used to Cure the USA, A Juneteenth Jubilee Exhibit by Sol’Sax, This Juneteenth Skylight celebrates the cultural soldiers who shared with us their heavenly blessings that healed so many sick European supremacist beliefs. June 19, 2014 – August 17, 2014
Artadia, The Fund for Art and Dialogue
Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery
111 Front St., Suite 218
Subtle Approach, group exhibition featuring Colleen Ho, Megan Hays, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Carlton Scott Sturgill. Curated by BAC Visual Arts Director Courtney J. Wendroff. March 6 – July 31.
Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street
Fri, Sun 12 – 5; Sat 10 – 5
Sweet Industries: Refining What We Know, stories of sugar and its associated businesses with a focus on two companies: Domino Sugar Corporation and Drake’s Bakeries.
Full Steam Ahead: 200 Years of Ferries in Brooklyn
Landmarks of New York, Explore the history of New York through the lens of its landmark buildings in this exhibit of photographs, documenting architectural structures of all types that reflect the city’s history, from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries. through May 17.
111 Front St, #226
Robert JanzJune 5 - July 26.
79 Hudson Avenue
Harmonies, paintings, drawings and sculpture by Fred Nelson. July 12-27.
August will feature an interactive work by the German performance artist Gabriele Juvan. August 2-23.
Opening: Friday August 01, 6-8pm.
16 Main St & 111 Front St
Accidentally Adults, a one night pop-up exhibition showcasing talented, ambitious, and most impressively, young artists who express their vision in ways far beyond their years. Caroline Absher - Henri Britven - Annie Carroll - Ariel Ciccone - Alex Harristhal - Steven Rousakis.
Opening: Friday August 01, 7:30.
Mighty Tanaka Studio
111 Front Street, Suite 224
Wed-Sat-12-6:30. Sun, 12-6
111 Front Street, Suite 200
Hartmut Böhm, Wall Work from the Measurements of a Progression to Infinity with 15°, 1996/2014 Frame, oil stick on wall Dimensions variable June 28 – August 2.
Ward Jackson: Works from the 1960s, September 12 – October 25.
163 Plymouth Street
718 801 8389
Wednesday – Sunday, 12pm – 7pm
92 Plymouth St
FOODshed: Art and Agriculture in Action, An exhibition of upstate/downstate NY artists who work with food and agriculture. Curated by Amy Lipton. Artists: Joan Bankemper/Black Meadow Barn; EcoArtTech- Leila Nadir + Cary Peppermint; Joy Garnett; Habitat For Artists Collective (Simon Draper, Michael Asbill, Carmen Acuna, Dan McGinley, Brandon Cruz, Jessica Poser); Natalie Jeremijenko; Kristyna and Marek Milde; Peter Nadin/Old Field Farm; Andrea Reynosa, Brooklyn Grange and Alloy; Bonnie Ora Sherk; Jenna Spevack; Susan Leibovitz Steinman/Mona Talbott; Elaine Tin Nyo; Tattfoo Tan, Linda Weintraub. June 7 to July 27.
Stephen Romano Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 208
Mysterium Cosmographicum, group exhibition of over 30 international emerging and historical artists on the theme of the artist's relationship to the cosmos. June 6-August 30.
Stephen Romano Gallery
111 Front St. Suite 208,
Mysterium Cosmographicum, over 30 artists on the theme of the artist's relationship to the cosmos. Through August 30th.
490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Rock the Boat, Curated by Harriet Korman. With: Susan Daykin, Carolyn Oberst, Kim Sobel, and Sue Willis. May 17 - June 14.
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
Closed for summer
Wolves in the Wall,two installations by Iranian-born Canadian artist Sayeh Sarfaraz. This exhibition was conceived specifically for the ground floor space. Curated by Claire Moeder. Sept 13-Nov 13.
Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
321 Washington Avenue
Joy Syringe, Antje Rieck, j.frede, lyeberry, Nancy Barton, Rheims Alkadhi, Sofi Brazzeal, Taro Masushio "Joy Syringe" curated by Joseph Imhauser. June 28 - August 2.
VIS-A-VIS, Presented by Back Yard Projects. With: August Barber, Alessandro Bava, Jonathan Campolo, Milano Chow, Nathaniel De Large, Amanda Beroza Friedman, Isla Hansen, Elizabeth Jaeger, Josie Ariel Keefe, Sean Keenan, Scott Keightley, Ann Kelly, Clinton King, Anne Kunsemiller, Tim Lokiec, Joseph Marzolla, Juan Antonio Olivares, Holly Stanton. Organized by Holly Stanton, Sean Keenan, Josie Keefe, & Anne Kunsemiller Flyer design by Jonathan Campolo.
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment
647 Fulton Street
Transcommunality: Laura Anderson Barbata, Collaboration Beyond Borders.
The air we swim incurated by Kelly Schroer, with: Hanny Ahern, Thessia Machado, Eric Shows, and Palden Weinreb. July 10-August 31.
80 Hanson Place
Are You You, Shantell Martin. Curated by Isissa Komada-John. April 26- July 27.
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
Tetsuji Shirakawa | Sora Kang. 7/16 - SUNDAY, 7/20.
Ryo Soma | Minami Shibata. 7/23-7/27
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
2nd Year MFA Exhibition, June 9–September 20.
SONYA, South of the Navy Yard Artists
St. Josephs College Gallery
Alumni Room Gallery Tuohy Hall, 245 Clinton Avenue
647 Fulton Street
The Dominant Sophia, Joanna Manousis has created a series of sculptural objects and installations that function as metaphors for the human condition. Central to the exhibition is a three-dimensional 'rose window,' reminiscent of the round church windows of 17th Century France. June 11 - July 26
Potential Difference, Brett Swenson. July 31-August 27.
Opening: Thursday July 31, 6-8.
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Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Digital DreamsJay Friedenberg's digital images vibrate with a neon intensity. His photographs of New York City scenes are digitally manipulated, the colors and details pushed into surreal landscapes. July 17 - August 17. Midsummer, Sarah E. Brook, Susan Greenstein, Amy Williams July 17 - August 17, 2014
Gallery Talk by John Kriskiewicz, Architectural Historian
Sun, Aug 3, 4:40 pm
Opening: Sunday August 03, 7pm.Food for Thought, Aug 21- Sept 14
Opening: Thursday August 21, 6-8.
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties. March 7–July 6, 2014
Chicago in L.A.: Judy Chicago's Early Work, 1963–74.Chicago in L.A. surveys this less-familiar but significant early work, produced when Chicago lived in Los Angeles.April 4–September 28.
Swoon: Submerged Motherlands, a site-specific installation in rotunda gallery, transforming it into a fantastic landscape centering on a monumental sculptural tree with a constructed environment at its base, including sculpted boats and rafts, figurative prints and drawings, and cut paper foliage. April 11– August 24
Ai Weiwei: According to What? Featuring over thirty works spanning more than twenty years, Ai Weiwei: According to What? explores universal topics of culture, history, politics, and tradition, showcasing the artist’s remarkably interdisciplinary career as a photographer, sculptor, architect, and activist. April 18 – Aug 10
Opening: Saturday August 02, 5-11. First Saturday
Court Tree Collective
371 Court Street in Carroll Gardens
Mon, Wed, Fri, 3-6,and Sat. 12-5
Spatial Space EunHye Kang, June 7th-July 3.
Ethan Pettit Gallery
10 Eighth Avenue #3
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6
3rd Floor, ring bell number 3
558 St. John's Place
The Perception Of Wilderness In The Garden Of Us , Installation By Rashanna Rashied-Walker. A Site-Specific Installation Blurring The Lines Of What Is Nature, What Is Wilderness, What Is Wild. July 19-August 9.
Artificial Romance, Katherine Toukhy's evolution from intricate works on paper to her current series of mixed media hybrid figures. Artificial Romance will be on view August 5th, 59
pm by appointment; Aug 6th 12-8pm, and August 7th, 12-9 pm.
Opening: Thursday August 07, 6-9.
Gowanus Print Lab
Littlefield, 622 Degraw Street
Gonna Put A Hacks On You: Ariel Cotton. Through Sept. 1.
Opening: Thursday August 07, 6-9.
Morbid Anatomy Museum
306 17th St.
Thurs: 11am-2pm; Fri/Sat 2pm-6pm
Soapbox Derby: 17th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues. Every car built out of found material can be part of the race!
Opening: Saturday September 06, .
543 Union St
Thu-Fri 3-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Water Works, work about water by artists from New Orleans. May 31 - July 13.
460 Union St.
718 522 3363
Thurs-Sun, 12 - 6
Leaning Steeples, ft. Ulijona Odišarija, David Roesing, Victoria Roth, Jessica Sanders, Keith J. Varadi and Owen Westberg. June 20-July 27.
636 Dean Street, Brooklyn
BE! ('הְוֵ), Installations, sculptures, and video work by Sara Erenthal. Curated by Marine Cornuet. August 21 –September 13.
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
small works, Small Works 2014. This annual exhibition focuses on the complex nature of smaller compositions. Each piece is contained within 12 inches vertically, horizontally, and three dimensionally. Featuring work by: Ola Aldous, Hannah Barnes, Joseph Bolstad, Rina Dweck, Emma Fague, Rachel Grobstein, Kate Hamilton, Rachel Heinold, Buhm Hong, Sara Jimenez, Kosuke Kawahara, Rachel Klinghoffer, Bernice Sokol Kramer, Jeanette Levy, Mariam Mehmood, Fiorella Gonzales Vigil, Rebecca Reeves, Katharine Ryals, John Steck Jr., Vincent Stracquadanio, Adrienne Tarver, Nicolas Vionnet, and Jayoung Yoon. july 18 - august 22.
veronique gambier, august 29 - october 3. opening reception: friday, september 5, 7-9 pm
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201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
Re-Tracing the Land, Emerging Curator Exhibition: curated by Allison Young - July 11 - August 15.
499 Van Brunt St
Out of Order & Color, Opening Reception, Featuring Voyage. Over 900 works art for its two summer shows. Downstairs is Color, a juried exhibition showing work from across the country, curated by Guggenheim Curator Lauren Hinkmen; Upstairs is Out of Order, a smorgasbord of local art addressing the chaos and hilarity of modern life. Artists with work in the Out of Order show will be at the opening reception.
Braxton Hicks and Mike Aiello.
Special Event ~ Sweet Dreams
Opening: Saturday August 09, 1-6.
Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
LARGE&small, Selections from the Kentler Flatfiles. ARTISTS: Rica Bando, Stephanie Brody-Lederman, Ken Buhler, Ellen Chuse, Ellen Driscoll, Richard Gins, Mary Hambleton, Erick Johnson, Jiri Kornatovsky, Simon Lewandowski, Morgan O'Hara, Gelah Penn, Orlando Richards, Mimmo Roselli, Kiyomitsu Saito, Hiba Schahbaz, Susan Schwalb, Emily Stern, Josette Urso, Martin Zet. June 7 - July 20.
Peninsula Art Space
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Sacred Geometry and the Architecture of Well-being, with Ron Breland.
VICE 2014 Photo Show Trompe-L'Oeil, VICE and Pioneer Works present an exhibition of pictures from the magazine’s 13th Annual Photo Issue: Trompe-L’Oeil. July 31 – August 10
Daily Operation August 17 – September 9. Kenan Juska's sequential collages made from cast-off materials primarily found on the streets of New York from March 2005 to November 2008.
Opening: Sunday August 17, 7pm.