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Williamsburg Galleries
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.
Opening: Friday November 14, 7-9.
17 frost
17 Frost
Thurs-Sunday 12-6
99 Bottles of Beer on the Wallm Cassius Fouler.

7 Dunham Place
7 Dunham Place
Lone Stars, an exhibition highlighting four unique perspectives from young artists born and raised in Texas who have recently relocated to New York. Curated by Beatrice Shen, featuring: Andrea Bonin, Courtney Dudley, Eli Durst, Max Marshall.

AG Gallery
107A North 3rd Street
12-8 every day

Art 101
101 Grand St.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
also by appointment.
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.
12-8pm Everyday
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.

Brooklyn Oenology
209 Wythe Avenue

City Reliquary
370 Metropolitan
Thursday-Sunday 12-6PM
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
Tues-Sun, 12-6
Niji Bambini, Camilla d'Errico finds joy in angst - in shape and in form, in color and in texture – and in the embodiment of passion. Hikari Shimoda Shimoda’s artwork paints a world where cuteness and horror coexist, and fantasy meets reality. October 10th - November 9th. The Fairy Queen, A One-Night-Only Benefit Drag Extravaganza.
Opening: Thursday October 30, 7:30-10.Re-Animator, No Animation Cel is Safe from Wizard Skull! November 8th - November 20th
Opening: Saturday November 08, 7-11.
El Museo de Los Sures
120 South First St.
(718) 387-3600
Tuesday-Thursday, 12:00PM-6:00
I use people for what I write, The outcome of Itziar Barrio’s three-month residency at El Museo, where she has initiated a series of works on desire and power. Presented by El Museo de Los Sures and the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP). October 22- November 19.

Endangered Artists
566 Lorimer St. #1FR
Tues – Sat, 1–7
Art & Fashion by Elephants, The artists are big, the cause is even bigger! The Asian Elephant Art & Conservation Project (AEACP) presents Endangered Artists, an exhibition of artwork and fashion created by elephants. The AEACP is a 501c3 non-profit organization. All proceeds from art sales go back to benefit the elephants. The event is free.

168 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 1-6
And The Wiinner Is... paintings by Brooklyn artist George Spencer with select 20th century works by notable artists who have explored various forms of competition. September 6 - October 26.

Firehouse 212
134 Wythe Avenue (betw. N. 8th and N. 9th Streets)

Firework Gallery
146 Berry street

Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Fri-Sun 1-6
FR:15Front Room's 15 Anniversary Exhibition! Featuring: Amanda Alic, Sasha Bezzubov, Thomas Broadbent, Gregory Curry, Ethan Crenson, Lisa Dilillo, Mark Esper, Peter Fox, Amy Hill, Sascha Mallon, Stephen Mallon, Mark Masyga, Sean Hemmerle, Kim Holleman, David Kramer, Jesse Lambert, Allan Packer, Walker Pickering, Melissa Pokorny, Ross Racine, Emily Roz, Sante Scardillo, Philip Simmons, Mark Stilwell, Jeremy Slater, Patricia Smith, Rodger Stephens, Miho Suzuki, Joanne Ungar, Rosa Valado, Julia Whitney Barnes, Edie Winograde, Monika Wuhrer and more.

Ripe,The paintings in Emily Roz’s exhibition “Ripe” will surely make you blush. Referencing seed pods of a specific Southern Magnolia tree from the artist’s youth in Chapel Hill, these lush, tactile paintings exude the sexuality of the reproduction system of the Magnolia grandiflora. November 7 – December 28.
Opening: Friday November 07, 7-9.
Gitana Rosa
19 Hope Street
Saturdays 12-6
experior: try, test, experienceInaugural fall group show curated by Lauren Wolchik featuring diverse media and events inspired by a flashcard from a "How to Learn Latin" set.

246 Union Avenue
Tues. 7-11 Sat 1-5
Lathan's Music Happening #5.LATHAN'S MUSIC HAPPENING #5
Opening: Tuesday October 28, 8pm .
Goatshed Gallery
256 N. 9th St
Sat-Sun 1-6pm, and by appointment

LA Fabrica
198 N4
Foreshock, Rodrigo Alcocer, Alejandra Almanza, Adelo Goldbard, Alva Caly Mayor, Livia Corona, Gabriela Galvan, Mauricia Limon, Aline Shkurovich.

166 North 12th Street
Wet, Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk. November 8-December 9.
Opening: Saturday November 08, .
339 Bedford Ave
11-6 Tues-Sun

Picture Farm
338 Wythe Ave
“Thaw”, installation by Japanese artist duo Studio Sawada curated by Kanae Maeda. Thousands of ice sculptures will cool you off from the lingering heat of New York City's late summer Within this work, the artists continue their exploration of the phenomenological effect created through the accumulation of ice. Sept 5-Oct 10

177 North 9th St.
Tue-Sun 11-6pm
Suspended Interruption, David Scher, 17 October – 16 November.

158 Roebling Street
(347) 674-7706
Mon - Fri, 6pm - Midnight, Sat-Sun 1pm - Midnight

722 Metropolitan Ave, Second Fl
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Hidden in Plain Sight
, Elizabeth Boyle, Kati Gegenheimer, Audrey Hope, Kyoung eun Kang, Karen Ostrom, Brigitta Varadi. Curated by Carolyn Sickles. September 13–October 5.

The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you, Maria Walker. Oct 11–Nov 2.
Reverse Space
28 Frost Street
Wed– Sat, 1-7 Sun, 2-6
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.

Blow, is the last photographic series by the Chilean visual artist Cecilia Avendaño. The work is composed of portrait photographs, made with a digital technique whereby selected elements from a base of previously photographed models by the artist are merged to create beings. 10/24-11/23
Opening: Friday October 24, .
319 Bedford Ave.
Fri-Mon 12-6pm
Inside,sculpture by Howard Kalish. October 4-November 9.

Skink Ink Editions
177 North 10th Street, Room G
917 536 8347
Thurs-Sun 11-7

348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Belief System, solo exhibition by Munro Galloway. Sept 14th - Oct 19.

Southfirst: Art
60 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 12-6 and by appointment

The Boiler
191 North 14th St
Thurs-Sun 12-6pm
The Grossmallerman Show! Guy Richards Smit in collaboration with Joshua White. 26 Sept – 29 Oct.

ONEM at 45, Timonthy Kane, Paul Scher and David Scher.
Opening: Wednesday October 29, 8pm.
The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 218 7148
12-6 Tues-Sun
Comedies, Jeff Zilm. An exhibition of genre paintings. For this new series of works, Zilm sourced 8mm and 16mm slapstick films of the period from 1900 to 1960—shorts and features by Fatty Arbuckle and Mabel Normand, Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Ben Turpin and Jerry Lewis. September 15 – October 26.

244 North 6th St
Thurs-Fri 5-7, Sat-Sun 12-6
Lu Yang, six videos curated by Xing Wang, October 16–Novenber 22.

Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
135 Broadway
Fri-Mon 12-6pm

The New Academy: WAH Bridges Student Artists Curated by Rebecca Cuomo, Assisted by Maria Khimulya-October 4-12

Over the Edge: Paperworks Unbound, Co-curated by Yuko Nii & Rebecca Cuomo. Juried by Claire Gilman. October 25 - November 23.
Opening: Saturday October 25, 4-6.


Greenpoint Galleries
Auxiliary Projects
212R Norman Avenue
Sat and Sun 1pm-6pm
Adam Brent, constructed assemblage sculptures. September 12-November 23.

Calico Brooklyn
67 West St #203
(347) 450-MEOW
Fridays, 12-5pm
Post and Lintel, recent works by David S. East and Robert Raphael. Sept 12 - Oct 17, 2014

Shape Scapes, featuring recent work by Dave Singley, Elana Adler, Kate Nielsen, Morgan Blair, Rubin, and Will Squibb.
Opening: Friday October 24, .
Fowler Project Space
67 West Street, Unit 216
Sat 12-5
Life of the Party, an exhibition organized by Peter Schenck featuring work by Tess Bilhartz, Austin Eddy, Sarah Lubin, Jeremy Roby, Peter Schenck, and Simon Slater. Sept. 12- Oct 4.

Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
67 West st #320
Fri and Sat 12-5
Ducks, Curated by Ryan Travis Christian. Group exhibition featuring over 70 artists.
Opening: Friday October 24, 7 - 10 pm.
154 Huron Street
Saturday and Sunday, 1-6pm
NO EGRESS: Dark Ecologies, Charlotte Becket, Halsey Hathaway, Michelle Mackey. Curated by Emmy Mikelson. October 3-26

Janet Kurnatowski
205 Norman Ave.
718 383 9380
Saturday & Sunday 1-6 pm,
Simple Ain't Easy, James Gilroy. October 17 - November 16.

Java Studios
252 Java Street, suite #308
Mon-Fri 10-6p
Steven Page, Emily Greenberg, Tammy Rose, Jenn Cortes, Katerina Ganchak, Andrea Goldman, Yne Leal, Avital Burg, Jacki Sullivan, & Brigid Moore. September 30-October 13.

Light Industry
155 Freeman Street

Kathy Acker and Alan Sondheim's Blue Tape. Opening: Tuesday October 28, .
Owen James Gallery
61 Greenpoint Avenue, #315
Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5
Death and the Sea, An exploration of Richard Bosman's love of the sea, and of the artist's use of woodcut, etching and linocut.

Real Fine Arts
673 Meeker Ave
Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Dave Miko, Sept 13 - Oct 26.

Stefan Tcherepnin, November 1 - December 7.
Rekover Projects
77 Franklin Street
Saturday and Sunday noon - 5pm
Glacier, Tristan Fitch and Sharon Ascher (aka Sascha). show runs through November 9th
Opening: Thursday October 30, 6-8 .
Yashar Gallery
276 Greenpoint Avenue
Saturdays, Sundays 1-5

Yes Gallery
147 India St.
(917) 593-9237
Thurs-Fri 1-7, Sat 1-5



Bushwick Galleries
99¢ Plus
238 Wilson Ave.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
Seizure Policy, by Anthony Taylor. October 10-19th.

Rebecca Manson and Laina Terpstra. This show centers on two artists who, guided by their process and medium, investigate the structural integrity of form. Oct 24-Nov 9.
Opening: Friday October 24, 7-10.
Air Circulation
160 Randolph St
Appetite: The Culture of Food, a group exhibition of photojournalistic work related to the culture and economics of the global food chain. Featuring works by: Dominic Bracco II, Andrea Bruce, Alan Chin, Peter DiCampo, Brendan Hoffman, Ed Kashi, Yunghi Kim, Charlie Mahoney, Diana Markosian, Justin Maxon, Pete Muller, Katie Orlinsky, Lance Rosenfield, Bob Sacha and Max Whittaker. Curated by Melanie Burford. September 04 – October 12.

70 Jefferson
Sundays 12-6

Amos Eno Gallery
The Loom-1087 Flushing Avenue, Suite 120
thurs-sun 12-6pm
Take 4, Charleen Kavleski. Geometric canvas constructions, a single painting selection, and freestanding modular sculptures that focus on the isosceles right triangle as medium. 10/2 - 26.

Paintings to Match your Couch! Anthony Cuneo. Nine triptychs in oil and graphite painted on archival panels. October 30 - November 23.
Opening: Friday November 07, 6-8pm.
109 Ingraham Street, suite 102
646 331 3162
Thu - Sat 12 - 6
Paintings after Proust, Claudia Baez’s paintings are animated by reverence for the history of Western art, rendered in a contemporary expressionistic vocabulary. In the series that will be on view starting from October 8th, Baez engages in a conversation in paint with the work of some of the greatest artists from the past six centuries. October 8-November 22.

Art Helix
16 Harrison Place
Saturdays & Sundays, 12 – 6PM
Mari Rantanen Shingo Francis and Royce Weatherly, plus a special project by Kurt Steger, and a guest installation by Salome Brussieux.
Opening: Friday October 24, .
Brooklyn Fire Proof Gallery
119 Ingraham Street

396 Johnson Avenue
718 456 0396
A Useless Labour, Apolitical and of Little Moral Significance, new works by Koenraad Dedobbeleer. October 3 - November 16.

Dress Shop
322 Troutman Street
Sat–Sun, 12–6PM
Dream Material, featuring new work by Matt Bixby, Kady Grant, Joshua Johnson, Sam Martineau, Katelyn Szczesniak, and Brian Willmont. October 24–November 6.
Opening: Friday October 24, 7-10.
English Kills
114 Forrest St, alley entrance
Sat-Sun 1-6
Vilaykorn Sayaphet, solo show of paintings.

Fresh Window
56 Bogart St, lower level
718 417 0783
Fri-Sun 1-6
Don't Talk to Strangers, Thomas Moor, Karyn Olivier and Linda Tegg, Curated by Sandino Scheidegger Random Institute, Zurich in Fresh Window for Exchange Rates. Oct 23-26.
Opening: Friday October 24, 7-9.
Friday Studio Gallery
56 Bogart St., 1st fl., Brooklyn.
718 821 2180
Friday, 3PM till 8 PM
"Harvest of Dreams 2014""Harvest of Dreams 2014" 10/3 to 10/31/2014 An eclectic group show.

"Chicken Thief""Chicken Thief" A group show 11/7 to 11/28/2014
Opening: Friday November 07, 6 to 8 PM. 

Fuchs Projects
56 Bogart St. #1E
Fri-Sun Noon-6pm
100 Polaroids From The Turn Of The Millennium, Polaroids by Rafael Fuchs. September 5th - October 5th .

Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
ULySseS Tania Alice, Contoversy!! Putting Private Lives into Performance Art. Curated by Jill McDermid.

Kira O'Reilly, Performance.
Opening: Friday October 24, 9pm.  performance artifacts available for view 1-5 October 25.

Honey Ramka
56 Bogart St.
Sat-Sun 1-6
Wretch, featuring paintings by Nina Chanel Abney, Polina Barskaya, Katrina Fimmel, Nat Meade, Rebecca Morgan, Salman Toor, and Ana Wieder-Blank. September 5th through October 12th.

Interstate Projects
66 Knickerbocker Ave
Sat-Sunday, 12-6 pm
Oskar Nilsson.Beyond the Pale, Curated by Sam McKinniss. October 18 - November 23.

1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Weds - friday, 12-6pm
Open Studios.Opening: Friday November 07, 7-9.New York Stories: Twenty Years of ISCP. This exhibition, organized on the occasion of ISCP’s 20th anniversary, includes work by 15 ISCP alumni that – in the broadest sense – considers the global city of New York from the perspective of an artist-in-residence. Artists: Balam Bartolomé, Taysir Batniji, Maura Biava, Christine Coenon, Jacqueline Doyen, Patrick Hamilton, Laura Horelli, Anouk Kruitof, Kakyoung Lee, Max Pam, Bundith Phunsombatlert, Karen Elaine Spencer, Axel Topfer, Christoph Weber, and Yamashita + Kobayashi.
Opening: Saturday November 08, 1-6.
Jackie Klempay
81 Central Ave (1A)
Saturdays 1 - 5
The Marble Faun of Grey Gardens, Katherine Irwin and Jerry The Marble Faun. The exhibition includes Irwin’s murals — depictions of ideal garden landscapes painted directly on the gallery’s walls — alongside The Marble Faun’s hand-carved marble and limestone sculptures. SEPT 6 – OCT 30.

Life on Mars
56 Bogart Street
718 417 3935
Fri 3-8, Sat-Sun 1-6
Next in LIne: The FBI Series, Arnold Mesches. October 2 - November 2.

Farrell Brickhouse. Brickhouse illuminates the subconscious via his exquisite intimacy of process, combined with use of metaphor and historical myth, a process honed over more than a thirty-five year commitment to painting. November 7-December 7th.
Opening: Friday November 07, .
1623 Hancock St. Ridgewood
Saturday & Sunday 1- 6
Peculiar Objects, featuring the work of Melissa Browder Beck, Gerardo Gonzalez, Tao Kulczycki, Ted McGrath and Beatrice Wolert. October 25-November 23.
Opening: Saturday October 25, 6-9.
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
Thurs-Sun 12-5:30
Ragnar Kjartansson and The National A Lot of Sorrow, Sep 11 - Dec 21.

1329 Willoughby Ave #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
ENFOLDING works by Allison Somers. ENFOLDING finds Somers inspired by nature and traditional practices both in and out of the darkroom in her new photosensitive dye and dye works on fabric, black sea salt on photosensitive paper, and cyanotype on Birch log. ENFOLDING is the first solo show in Microscope's new space and the third at the gallery by the former Brooklyn artist, who is now based in Paris.
Opening: Friday October 24, 6-10.CoolCar Cut: Ajax’s Third Birthday Party, performance by Marni Kotak w/ Ajax Kotak Bell, Jason Robert Bell.
Opening: Saturday October 25, 2-5. Room Film 1973. a 16mm film by Peter Gidal. October 27th, 7:30pm. admission $6

Momenta Art
56 Bogart Street
Thu-Mon 12-6pm

Any Size Mirror is a Dictator, A process-based installation/dance/opera created by Panoply Performance Laboratory and Drearysomebody.Created by Jessica Bathurst, Lorene Bouboushian, Lindsey Drury (choreographer), Paige Fredlund, Matthew Gantt, Kaia Gilje, Rene Kladzyk, Thea Little, Brian McCorkle (composer), Sarah McSherry, Butch Merigoni, Esther Neff (librettist/director), Ellen O'Meara, Matthew Stephen Smith. 3-9pm Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun September 5-October 19.
Norte Maar
83 Wyckoff Avenue, #1B
Oct 23-26, 12-6pm
Durden and Ray, Los Angeles, featuring: Virginia Broersma, Nick Brown, Emily Counts, Tom Dunn, Ariel Erestingcol, Roni Feldman, Jon Flack, David French, Kio Griffith, Jenny Hager, Raymie Iadevaia, Gil Kuno, Michelle Jane Lee, Esmerelda Montes, Max Presneill, Grant Vetter, Steven Wolkoff.
Opening: Friday October 24, 6-10.
56 Bogart
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.

Yo! I'm Your C.E.O. Yasi Ghanbari's installation is an inquiry into the psyche of the consumer, and how public consumption affects the interest of the individual. September 5 - October 10.

Brain Scratch, Snow Yunxue Fu, Ryan Whittier Hale, Katie Torn, Siebren Versteeg. Curated by Chris Romero. October 17 - November 21.
229 Cook Street
Fri-Sun 1-6
Spacial Intelligence, Recent works by Steven Baris, Thomas Lendvai, Ryan Sarah Murphy and James Pustorino. October 10- Nov 9.
Opening: Saturday November 01, 6pm. Artist's Talk

Becoming…..recent works by: Deborah Brown, Gregory Curry, Mary Dwyer, Alice Momm. November 14– January 4.
Opening: Friday November 14, 6-8.
Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Sat-Sun 1-6pm
Beneath the Skin, Curated by Julian A. Jimarez Howard. Featuring work by: Cristin Richard along with: Matthew Caron, Nate Czarling, and Joseph Moore. October 10 - November 2.

Outpost Artists Resources
1665 Norman St
718. 599.2385
Pressure Point, Mixed Media Group Exhibition curated by Alexandra Drewchin.
Opening: Saturday October 25, 7:30pm . Planetarium dance show, curated by Suzan Polat!

Pseudo Empire
467 Troutman Street
Sat-Sun 11-6
Kamil, by Keren Benbenisty. new work rooted in her ongoing engagement with ideas around the translation of language and image over time and between cultures. October 17- November 16.

Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
(718) 473-0819
Thu-Sun 1-6pm
In Every Direction: Robert Lansden. October 17 through November 23.

286 Stanhope Street
Mirror Venus, a solo exhibition by Andy Cross. October 11-November 2.

Schema Projects
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
Purple Mountains, Amber Waves, nine artists and their vision of the landscape today. Our artists: Gregory Botts, Rowell Bowles, Scott Espeseth, Finn Have, Jane McNichol, Josette Orso, Holly Overton, Fred Valentine, Jeanne Tremel and others. Sept 12-Oct 5.

Beat Nite: Exchange Rates. October 23-26.
Opening: Friday October 24, 6-10.
Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St.
Thurs-Sat 6-9
Paper Gardens, A Growing Art Show, Through Oct 7.

Casa De Monster LandAnnual group Halloween show.
Opening: Friday October 24, .
Signal Gallery
260 Johnson Avenue
347 746 8457
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Horizons, but Multiple Horizons, SELINA GRÜTER & MICHÈLE GRAF. October 23rd - 26th 12-6pm
Opening: Friday October 24, 7-10pm .
Slag Contemporary
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
Thurs-Sat. 12-6
No Title, Dumitru Gorzo.

Songs for Presidents
1673 Gates Avenue (basement) Ridgewood, NY
Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 6
Christine Heindl and Alexandra Phillips, September 27th to November 9th

Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Abstraction and Its Discontents, featuring: Benjamin Adelmann, Meg Atkinson, Jeffrey Bishop, Sharon Butler, Miriam Cabessa, Paul Campbell, Marc Cheetham, Paul Corio, Jeff Fichera, Matthew Gehring, Brian Guidry, Collin Hatton, Sara Jones, Jody Joyner, Maureen Meyer, Russell Perkins, Christopher Rose, Suzan Shutan, Tatiana Siminova and Andrew Small. October 24 – November 23.
Opening: Friday October 24, 7-10.
Studio 10
56 Bogart St.
Fri-Mon 1-6
U Turn, Jude Tallichet. The exhibition includes ten castings taken from a car, an arch of cast crockery, and half dozen cracked iphones into a meditation on loss and desire. October 10 – November 9.

Porous, Caroline Cox. November 14 - December 14.
Opening: Friday November 14, 7-9.
Studio 301
301 Ten Eyck Street
9-7 W-F and 1-6 weekends
New Idols,James Case Leal, Elizabeth Glaessner, Matt Jones, Shantell Martin, Alyssa Piro, Colette Robbins. Sept 5-Oct 5

449 Troutman Street, #3-5,
Sat-Sun 12-5

The Active Space
566 Johnson Avenue
Friday-Sunday, 1-6 pm
Opening: Thursday October 23, 6-8.Opening: Friday October 24, 7-10.
The Hollows
708 Bushwick Ave #2
Fri, Sat, Sun 11am-6pm
Wed Oct 1-Oct 26

The Living Gallery
1094 Broadway
Wednesdays & Fridays 1-5pm

Y o u A r e P i nk, A Solo Exhibtion by Dana Wood Zinsser.
The Parlour
791 Bushwick Ave
(718) 360-3218
Sundays 12-6pm
Cate Giordano, Christopher Patch. "Echo Chamber" - Andre De Jong, Andrew Lacon, and Kathy Wade
Opening: Friday October 24, 6-9 pm .
Theodore: Art
56 Bogart Street
Fri-Sun 1-6
in a desert on an island in a room, JASON TOMME. 5 September – 19 October.

Exchange Rates, with Season (Seattle, Washington), Blackwater Polytechnic (Essex, UK). 23 – 26 October 2014
Opening: Friday October 24, 6-9.
Tompkins Projects
127 Tompkins Avenue
1-6, Fridays & Saturdays

1030 Metropolitan Ave
Saturdays 2 – 7

44 Stewart Ave, #49 Please ring bell to enter during normal hours.
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
Exchange Rates: This Dust, a group exhibition featuring Tai Yin Ho, Joey Holder, Hanna Ljungh, Marie Von Heyl, Alana Lake, Rita Macedo, Andrew Prayzner, and Naomi Reis. October 24 – October 26.
Opening: Friday October 24, 7-10.The Flat Files: Year Two, works by: Ali Osborn, Anne Russinof, Beth Livensperger, Brian Cypher, Charmaine Ortiz, Christopher Gideon, Christopher Ho, Elizabeth Ferrill, Elizabeth Livingston, Emily Berger, Erin O'Brien, Evan Venegas, Gregory Slick, Hannah Cole, Jacquelyn Gleisner, Jason Mones, Jeff Fichera, Jonathan Cowan, Jonathon Cancro, Jordan Buschur, Kristin Richards, Lindsey Landfried, Madora Frey, Margaux Ogden, Melissa Staiger, Peter Schenck, Robert Otto Epstein, Sarajo Frieden, Scott Dickson, Sophia Chai, Terence Hannum, Theresa Daddezio and Will Hutnick. November 14 – November 23.
Opening: Friday November 14, 7-10.
464 Seneca Ave
Fri-Sun 1-6
David Brody, Cindy Tower, Liz Ainslie. Sept 12th- October 5th.

1109 Dekalb Ave
Sundays 1–5
Integument, Scott Saunders's finely crafted sculptures combine landscape and organic forms with abstracted, machine-like structures made from metal and plastic. October 5th - November 2nd.



Bedford-Stuyvesant Galleries
ARTs East New York Inc.
851 Hegeman Ave.

Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
718 735-4400
Tues-Sun, 10-5
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

Elgin Gallery
52 Tompkins Avenue,
Friday-Sunday 1:30-6

Good Work Gallery
1100 Broadway
Sat and Sun, April 5 – 20, 1 – 7
elevenses, LAZY MOM is the photography and sculpture collaboration between New York-based artists Josie Keefe (b. 1987, New York) and Phyllis Ma. Sept 20 – Oct 19

112 Rogers Ave. #2
24 hours window
Vague Ideas, Tom Duimstra, sculptures.

495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
Aid For Impending Quagmire, Anders Holen. September 27 - October 26

House of Art Gallery
408 Marcus Garvey Blvd.
347 663-8195
Tues.-Sunday, 2-7

Skylight Gallery
1368 Fulton St
Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 1-6

The Bishop
916 Bedford Avenue
703 888 7591
Thurs-Friday 11-6, Sat 12-6
The Only Christopher we Acknowledge is Wallace, exhibition will include never before seen photos of The Notorious B.I.G. along with hand picked work from various artist by DJ Clark Kent. Through Oct 17.

Tomato House
301 Saratoga Avenue
Saturday 1-6
In Pieces, an exhibition of new sculpture by Amelia Bauer and Molly Welch from October 10 until November 2, 2014.

Character Flaws, Anya Davidson. "Character Flaws" features a new series of 50 ink and marker character drawings, a taxonomy of Imaginary creatures and real people reminiscent of Hokusai's sketchbooks, Seydou Keita portraits and Dungeons & Dragons monster manuals. November 7 - December 6.
Opening: Friday November 07, 6-10.


Dumbo/Downtown Galleries
--DUMBO First Thursday--
AIR Gallery
111 Front St, Gallery 228
Wed-Sun 11-6
Wild Woods and Whirligig Girls, Nancy Lasar. Iterations, Sue Hettmansperger. Staff Picks, Pumping Up The Volume at A.I.R. October 2 - 26.

Premonitions/Intuitions, Liz Surbeck Biddle. Line Theory, Erin Wiersma. P a r a d i s o, Željka Blakšić. October 30 - November 29.
Opening: Thursday November 06, 6-9.
Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery
111 Front St., Suite 218
Mon-Fri 10am-5pm
Rub Me the Wrong Way, an installation that will transform BAC Gallery into an interactive, domestic environment created entirely out of sandpaper. Talasco uses beauty and humor to reference unrealistic notions of female identity within the home. September 26, 2014 – February 13.

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

111 Front St, #226
(646) 389-5714
Wed-Sat, 11-6
Mixtapes and Ghetto Blasters, Hellbent and Ryan Humphrey.
Opening: Thursday November 06, 6-9.
Gallery Gaia
79 Hudson Avenue
Sat-Sun. 2-8
Closet Archeology, paintings, drawings, prints and assemblages by Ethan Cornell. October 2 - 26.

Traverse, Bernard Klevickas, recent sculpture made from recycled materials. Nov. 6th-30th. Opening reception: Nov. 6th, 6-9 pm
Opening: Sunday November 09, 6-9.
Issue Project Room
22 Boerum Place

Klompching Gallery
111 Front St, Suite 206
Wed-Sat 11-6pm
About Face,The Portrait in contemporary art. Nir Arieli, Antony Crossfield, Odette England, Max de Esteban, Cornelia Hediger, Jim Naughten, Helen Sear, Richard Tuschman, Frederic Weber. September 26 – November 7.

Kunsthalle Galapagos
16 Main St & 111 Front St
Mon-Sat 12-6
(Un)Mediated, Curated by David Rios Ferreira and Christine Walia. Participating artists: Felipe Baeza, Rina Banerjee, Mitsuko Brooks, Cecile Chong, Juan Hinojosa, Rachel Meuler, Lina Puerta, Nyugen Smith, Jennifer Williams and Saya Woolfalk. November 1 – December 13.
Opening: Saturday November 01, 6-9.
Long Island University/Resnick Gallery
Library Learning Center 3rd Floor (Brooklyn Campus)
9-6pm (m-f) & 12-6 (Sat.)

Masters Projects, Inc
111 Front St. No 212
Lost Corcosa, a group exhibition curated by Todd Masters. Featuring ASVP, bunny M, DAIN, Dee Dee, ELLE, ENX, Amze Emmons, gilf!, Nicolas Holiber, Amanda Marie, Timothy Paul Myers, QRST, RAE, Jon Rappleye, Joram Roukes, Shin-Shin, Nathan Vincent, Charles Wilkin, X-O and more. Sept 4-Nov 1.

Mighty Tanaka Studio
111 Front Street, Suite 224
Wed-Sat-12-6:30. Sun, 12-6
Here & There, Featuring the artwork of Herb Smith & Chris Otley. Through October 31.

Minus Space
111 Front Street, Suite 200
Weds-Sat 12-6pm
Ward Jackson: Black & White Diamonds 1960s. This will be the late artist's first exhibition with the gallery, and his first to feature his black and white paintings and drawings from the early to mid-1960s. September 12 – October 25.

New York Foundation for the Arts
20 Jay Street, Suite 740
Estuary, an exhibition of work by 2013 Artists’ Fellowships Program (AFP) Finalists, featuring readings by Mary Katherine Nagel and EllaRose Chary. Exhibiting Artists:Architecture/Environmental Structures/Design: Sonya Blesofsky, Lee Boroson, Sun Kwak. Choreography:ChemeckiLerner. Music/Sound: Michael Attias, Liz Kosack. Photography: Danielle Ezzo, Rachelle Mozman, Erin O’Keefe. Playwriting/Screenwriting: EllaRose Chary. September 26 - September 28.

Sculptors Guild Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 256
Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm
Turning Point, a selection of Gilbert Boro’s work that finds play, quirk and candor in the not-so-linear process of thought. October 2 to November 16, 2014
Opening: Thursday November 06, 6-8.
Smack Mellon
92 Plymouth St
Wed-Sun 12-6
FOODshed: Art and Agriculture in Action, Saya Woolfalk, ChimaTEK Beta Launch. Vandana Jain, Dazzle.

Stephen Romano Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 208
Weds-Sat 12-6pm
William Mortensen | In Missa Interfectionis | Rick Garrett | Lu Zhang. Oct 15-Nov 30.

Triangle Arts Association
163 Plymouth Street
Tues-Sat 12-6pm

United Photo Industries
111 Front Street, Suite 204
Monday - Friday, 11-6
2014 Tokyo International Photography Competition Exhibition. Featuring Lydia Goldblatt, Shandor Barcs, Albarran Cabrera, Maja Daniels, David Favrod, Adam Reynolds, Miki Takahashi and Eirini Vourloumis. September 4 - October 24.

Birth Culture, Alice Proujansky. November 6 – 28.
Opening: Thursday November 06, 6-9.


Boerum Hill Galleries
490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Tales of MatterYing Hung. Sept 20-Oct 25.

Julie Gross - Julian Jackson, November 1 - December 6
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
Thu-Sun 1-7pm
Derocher La Lune, by Anne Mourier & Nathalie Rodach.

Apophany - Carmen Osterlye, an immersive video installation that explores the cross-section of cultural and biological metamorphoses. Oct 25- Nov 18.
Opening: Saturday October 25, .


Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
321 Gallery
321 Washington Avenue
Saturday 12-5
False Scent, a group show curated by Sean Keenan and Holly Stanton. With: Jason Benson & Erin Jane Nelson, Katy Cowan, Jesse Greenberg, Ann Greene Kelly, Sam Lipp, Willa Nasatir. Sept 13 - Oct 19

BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
(718) 636-4100
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment

BRIC House
647 Fulton Street
Tue-Sun 10-8pm
BRIC Biennial, Curated by Elizbaeth Ferrer, Vice President, Contemporary Art, and Jenny Gerow, Assiatant Curator, BRIC; and Guest Curators Leslie Kerby and Fawz Kabra. Artists Include: Fariba Salma Alam, Richard Baker, Katie Bell, Isak Berbic,Ben Thorp Brown, Youmna Chlala, Vince Contarino, Joe Diebes,Seth Michael Forman, Scherezade Garcia, Valérie Hallier, Nene Humphrey, Nina Katchadourian, Despo Magoni, Karyn Olivier, ruby onyinyechi amanze, Jenny Polak and Dread Scott, Eleanor Ray, Wendy Richmond, Niv Rozenberg, Jean Shin, Jenna Spevack, Daniel Terna, Penelope Umbrico, Daniel Wiener, and Martha Wilson. September 20-December 14.

Corridor Gallery
334 Grand Ave
Tue-Thu 10-6, Fri-Sat 12-6
Home,group exhibition curated by Meridith McNeal. Sept 14-Nov 22.

Guild Greene
281 Greene Avenue
Thursday-Sunday, 12-6:00
Dystopian Visions, September 16 through October 19th.

80 Hanson Place
Wed-Sun 12-7pm
a/wake in the water, Curated by Erin Christovale. a/wake in the water: Meditations on Disaster is a film, video, and new media exhibition that explores the ways Black bodies experience environmental hazards and natural disaster. August 14 to November 9.

Ouchi Gallery
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
(347) 987-4606
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
Shine, Yuri Miyamoto.

atuko Hattori | Kenichi NakajimaOpening: Tuesday October 28, 7-10.
Pandemic Gallery
22 Waverly Ave.
(917) 727-3466
Thurs. 1-7

Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
Mon-Fri, 11am-5pm
Foundation Faculty Invitational Exhibition, October 6–December 13, 2014

SONYA, South of the Navy Yard Artists
122 Washington Ave

May 17-18
St. Josephs College Gallery
Alumni Room Gallery Tuohy Hall, 245 Clinton Avenue

TRA Gallery
35 Claver Place #1
Fri 4-7pm, Sat 1-5pm

647 Fulton Street
Tues-Sat 12-6pm
One Thing Follows Another (And You Make It Happen), Anders Ruhwald explores form, materiality, and perception through a series of installations that compare and contrast one design rendered in three diverse media: ceramics, wood, and glass. September 3rd - November 8.



Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 Gallery
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Look Again, Paintings by Ella Yang. October 23 - November 23.
Opening: Friday October 24, 6-8.Opening: Sunday November 02, 4:40pm. Live Music Performance: Rachel Stern

543 Union Street
Thurs & Fri. 3-6, Sat & Sun. 12 – 6
If You See Something, Say Something, Jeremiah Dine. October 2 – October 26

Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
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. Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe, explores fashion’s most provocative accessory. From the high platform chopines of sixteenth-century Italy to the glamorous stilettos on today’s runways and red carpets, the exhibition looks at the high-heeled shoe’s rich and varied history and its enduring place in our popular imagination. September 10, 2014–February 15, 2015. Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Beyond,work by thirty-five Brooklyn-based artists or collectives. October 3-January 4. Judith Scott—Bound and Unbound October 24–March 29. Double Take: African Innovations. Long-Term Installation, Opens October 29.

Court Tree Collective
371 Court Street in Carroll Gardens
Mon, Wed, Fri, 3-6,and Sat. 12-5
All the Benefits, All the Rewards, Sarah Nicole Phillips, an exhibition of collages crated with discarded, patterned security envelopes. Oct 4-Nov 1.

Ethan Pettit Gallery
10 Eighth Avenue #3
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6
3rd Floor, ring bell number 3
Full House East - works by: Todd Bienvenu, Ken Butler, Jim Denomie, Robert Egert, Barbara Friedman, Rafael Fuchs, Jan Holthoff, Richard Humann, Eugene Hyon, Elisa Jensen, Barbara Kreft, Barbara Lea, Gili Levy, Konstantin Lange, Eliot Markell, Arlene Burke Morgan, Clarence Morgan, Mari Oshima, David Rich, Sonam Rinzin, Marcy Rosenblat, Patricia Satterlee, Eva Schicker, Alkemikal Soshu Patrick Todd, Jeanne Tremel. Through Nov 2.

558 St. John's Place
Thu-Sun 1-6pm
Fivemyles Benefit, October 13 - 26.
Opening: Sunday October 26, 4-7. Benefit Raffle

Gowanus Ballroom
55 9th Street, Building 61
Fri 6pm-1am, Sat 3pm-1am, Sun 12pm–5pm

Gowanus Print Lab
54 Second Avenue
Mon-Thurs 10-10, Fri-Sat 10-7, Sun 12-7
Deceive Inveigle Obfuscate: An X-Files Group Show, 38 artists offer their interpretations of the spooky 90′s television classic just in time for Halloween. Featuring the work of:, Alison Dubois, Arlin Ortiz, Brad Rohloff, Christopher Simon, Dadu Shin, Garrett Hagen, Hiromi Ueyoshi, Janet Sung, Jason Roy, Jeremy Sorese, Jesse Balmer, Joel Rich, Josh Freydkis, KJ Martinet, Kris Mukai, Kristen Davis, Krystal Difronzo, Lala Albert, Laura Perez Harris, Leslie Diuguid, Lillie West, Lucy Knisley, M.R. Trower, Mark Ledgerwood, Max Allbee, Maya McCarthy, Meg Eldredge, Melissa Cha, Morgan Elliot, Nick Iluzada, Nicolas Nadeau, O Horvath, Salomao Becker, Sam D’orazio, Tom Toye, Tuesday Bassen, Vania Wat, Zebadiah Keneally.

Littlefield, 622 Degraw Street

Morbid Anatomy Museum
424A 3rd Ave (Corner of 7th St)
Art of Mourning, curated by Joanna Ebenstein and Evan Michelson. June 28 – Jan 5.

Open Source
306 17th St.
Thurs: 11am-2pm; Fri/Sat 2pm-6pm
Northwestern Expansion, Corina Reynolds: Reynolds recreates a waiting room and executive office from the Northwestern section of the Jacob K. Javits Federal Building in Manhattan, which is home to the Social Security Administration, New York City Immigration, and many other government offices. Reynolds uses the search for the Northwest Passage, a northern trade route from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, as well as traditional waiting rooms as a metaphor for the waiting we do daily. These acts of waiting in office buildings, like the icy search for the Northwest Passage, are motivated by money, prestige, and exchange. Through carefully controlled light, surface, space, and typical waiting room furnishings such as vinyl flooring, industrial carpeting, service counters, and office chairs, Reynolds puts the viewer in intermission, evoking the experience of waiting and allowing individuals to examine their own ambitions. October 11 - November 1, 2014

Eat Me, Sofia Szamosi, explores the relationship between the artist’s sense of self, food and contemporary notions of body image through a series of video self-portraits. Curated by Keith Miller. November 8 – December 1.
Opening: Saturday November 08, 7-9.
Proteus Gowanus
543 Union St
Thu-Fri 3-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Currency will examine money as a representation of value and a socially accepted medium of exchange. Works by Dadara, Makale Faber-Cullen, Magdalena Firlag, Rob Johnson, Poneros, Sal Randolph, Duke Riley, Jason Sinopoli, Swoon, Dan Tague, Mark Wagner and Caroline Woolard.

Showroom Gowanus
460 Union St.
718 522 3363
Thurs-Sun, 12 - 6

Soapbox Gallery
636 Dean Street, Brooklyn
BROOKLYN, Paintings and Sculpture by Halina Marki and Winicjusz Lysik. On view from Oct. 16-Nov. 9.

The Shed
366 6th Street

Trestle Gallery
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Mon-Fri 11-6
The Search: featuring work by artists MaDora Frey, Re McBride & Kara Rooney. The process of seeking a new understanding acts as a connecting thread for each of the artist’s imagery, potentially leaving viewers with more questions than answers. October 13 - 31.



Sunset Park Galleries
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd
CONTEXT: Language as Medium and Message in Contemporary Art, Curated by KCC Art Gallery Director Brian Hack, the theme of the three-artist exhibit is about the use of language—printed, painted, sewn, cut and collaged text—as both a formal element and as a conveyor of personal self-expression and social commentary. Featuring: Golnar Adili, Erik den Breejen, Aileen Bassis, October 15-November 12.

NARS Foundation
201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
Sunset Illuminated, an annual fall exhibition highlighting the diverse talents at work in the NARS Studio Artist Community.Participating Artists: Niamul Bari, Ana Delgado, Katya Grokhovsky, Nathan Hall, Rachel Klinghoffer, Tracy Miller, Kristine Moran, Daniel Ochoa, Mark John Smith, Noël St. John Harnden, Matt Whitman, and Halley Zien. Oct. 17th through Nov.14th.

Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th St
Thursday-Saturday 1-5; August:
Monkey See, Curated by Lorene Taurerewa and featuring: Matthew Couper, Robert McLeod, Warwick McLeod, Lorene Taurerewa, and Mason Saltarrelli. November 5-December 13.
Opening: Wednesday November 05, 6-8:30.BREUCKELEN Magazine, Launch celebration with publisher Michael Valentine and "Meet the artists" magazine signing. Artwork by featured artists will be on view November 5-December 13.
Opening: Saturday November 22, 3-5:30.


Red Hook Galleries
499 Van Brunt St
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Imagine This, open show with 200+ BWAC artists and where a narrative accompanies the artwork. Photography show. Art in Clay II Figuratively Speaking, a regional juried show of 50+ non-utilitarian clay works, selected by Lily Wei. Imagine This, an art show of work created exclusively on smart phones and tablets and displayed on large monitors. September 27th - October 26th
Opening: Saturday October 25, 1-6.Opening: Sunday October 26, 1-6.
Gallery Brooklyn
351 Van Brunt St
Thurs-Sat 1-7, Sun 12-5

Hot Wood Arts
481 Van Brunt #9B (2nd floor)
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm
Salty Tongue, Kara Daving and J.R. Narrows. September 20-October 26.

Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
Thu-Sun 12-5pm
a knot, a tangle, a blemish in the eternal smoothness, Hedwig Brouckaert.

A Sense of Place, Viviane Rombaldi Seppey. September 12 - October 26
Opening: Sunday October 26, 12-5. Closing reception

Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt St
12-7pm Th-Sun
Somewhat Slightly, Amy Bay, Molly Herman, Meg Lipke. October 9 - November 23.

Pioneer Works
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Weds-Sun, 12-6
The Oldest Living Things in the World, For the past decade, Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Rachel Sussman has been researching, working with scientists, and traveling all over the world to photograph continuously living organisms 2,000 years old and older. Her work spans disciplines, continents, and millennia: it’s part art and part science, has an innate environmentalism, and is underscored by an existential incursion into Deep Time. Curated by Christina Costello
Opening: Sunday November 02, 5:30. The Last Day, Bosco Sodi:A site-specific 57 ft. long polyptych created with silver pigments and organic materials, the work questions the fast deterioration of our planet and the impermanence of life.

The Women of Marwencol, In Conjunction with its release of "Women of Marwencol: Recent Photographs," a limited edition by artist Mark Hogancamp, ESOPUS will co-present an exhibition of Hogancamp's work.
Opening: Friday November 07, 6-8.
Rhombus Space
183 Lorraine Street, 3rd Floor, #33
Sat-Sun 1-5pm
All Worked Up, featuring artwork by Eddie Chu, Seren Morey, Courtney Puckett, and Karla Wozniak. September 12 - October 5.

Waterfront Museum
290 Conover St. Pier 44
(718) 624-4719 ext. 11
Thurs 4-8, Sat 1-5
Land in Sea -photographs from Stephen Mallon's two powerful series "Brace for Impact" and "American Reclamation". July 26 to October 18.