--WILLIAMSBURG EVERY SECOND, FRIDAY--
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.
Opening: Friday July 12, 7-9.
Thu-Sun 12-7, Mon 7-10pm
107A North 3rd Street
1-8 every day
Tales, Featuring: Sara Duerta, Andrea Lauren, Tracey Long, Christine Roussey.
April 12 – June 30.
Summer Exhibition Series 2013, Annual event of our gallery space having weekly exhibitions by various artists mainly from Japan. July 5 - August 29.
101 Grand St.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
also by appointment.
Cows, group show featuring: Jennifer Baker, Cristina Biaggi, John Boone, Brenda Bradley, Suzanne Chamlin, William Downey, Margot Farrington, Jane Freeman, Linda Freeman, Ann Getsinger, Nicola Ginzel, Gail Goldsmith, Susan Hambleton, Randall Harris, Christine Hughes, Doug Kofsky, Katherine Koos, John Koos, Kate Lawless, Alexandra Limpert, Janice Mauro, Jenny Lynn McNutt, Rose McShane, Pamela Morgan, Judith Mullen, Tom Nimen, Philippe Nuell, Jerry Orter, Joanne Pagano Weber, Doug Parry, Don Perdue, Jay Pluck, Nora Rivkin, Claude Robbins, Gordon Robbins, Todd Rosenbaum, Fara'h Salehi, Dennis Tomkins, Robin Tost, Kathleen Vance, Nancy Wechter, Patrick Whalen, Alun Williams. May 31 - June 23
AVETE DISCIPULI, annual salute to the art students graduating from The Brooklyn Latin School
June 27 - July 7.
Opening: Thursday June 27, 6-8. Open by appt. July 8 through August
158 Roebling Street
15 Beats: The Artists of MyPlasticHeart, Group Exhibit. June 21- July 19.
Opening: Friday June 21, 7-10.POP-UP: The Art of Jonny Ruzzo. Solo Exhibit. July 26-August 9.
Opening: Friday July 26, 7-10.
I Love New DorkGroup Exhibit August 23-September 18. OPENS: August 23rd 7pm - 10pm
Wed-Sat 11-7, Sun 12-6, Mon 9-5
Nuances, A group exhibition featuring works by Elise Freda, Kathy Goodell, Melissa Murray and Carri Skoczek. Hosted by Causey Contemporary and Warren Lewis Sotheby's Realty. Opening reception with the artists on March 9th from 6 - 9 pm at 299 Bedford Ave ( corner of S. 1st St. ) Exhibition continues through July 1st.
Thoughtfully arranged artifacts of NYC’s history.
Cotton Candy Machine
235 South 1st Street
Tiny Trifecta, 3rd Annual Tiny Group Show. Featuring: Kid Acne, Aiko, Andrew Bell, Heather Benjamin, Florence Blanchard, Robert Bowen, Jon Burgerman, Zoe Byland, Youjung Byun, Joe Capobianco, Victor Castillo, Luke Chueh, Ciou, Troy Coulterman, Molly Crabapple, Lana Crooks, Camilla d'Errico, Dilek, Ron English, Natalia Fabia, P-Jay Fidler, AJ Fosik, Lola Gil, Jason Holley, Jim Houser, Seldon Hunt, Jeremy Hush, Charlie Immer, Jordin Isip, Jeremyville, Aya Kakeda, Audrey Kawasaki, Farron Kerzner, Kozyndan, Henry Lewis, Travis Louie, David Mack, Steve Manale, Malojo, Sara Antoinette Martin, Tara McPherson, Brandi Milne, Junko Mizuno, Moki, Michael Motorcycle, Lori Nelson, Saelee Oh, Kathie Olivas, Alex Pardee, Brandt Peters, Shaunna Peterson, Joshua Petker, Anthony Pontius, Martha Rich, Arik Roper, Paul Romano, Frank Russo, Martina Russo, Souther Salazar, Isabel Samaras, Scarecrowoven, Jon Schnepp, Shawnimals, Greg “Craola” Simkins, Amy Sol, Diana Sudyka, Jill Thompson, Yosuke Ueno, Adam Wallacavage, Jonathan Wayshack. Curated by Tara McPherson. June 15th to July 7th, 2013
David M. Cook, Solo exhibition. July 12-August 4
Opening: Friday July 12, .
54 Maujer Street
Sat 1-5, Sunday, 1- 6:00
Jeremy Bailey: Less Important Portraits, June 14- July 7.
566 Lorimer St. #1FR
The Trunk Show, Asian Elephant Art & Conservation Project.
168 North 6th St.
A Taste of Summer, Select artists share the joys of summer in these inspired works.Featuring: McWillie Chambers, Mervin Jules, Iver Rose, Harry Sternberg, Ruth Van Cleve. June 14 - July 28th.
Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Fuse Works, Artists' Multiples and Editions. an exhibition of multiples, books, prints, audio and video art featuring: Gary Baldwin, Luca Bertolo, Nelson Bradley, Tom Burtonwood, Chiara Camoni, Naval Cassidy, Craig Colorusso, Ethan Crenson, Lisa DiLillo, Peter Feigenbaum, Celeste Fichter, Robert Flynt, Richard Humann, Chuck Jones, Christina Kelly, Nick Kline, David Kramer, James Leonard, Lotte Lindner & Till Steinbrenner, Sascha Mallon, John Marriott, Tom Mulligan, Serge Onnen, Ross Racine, Jeremy Slater, George Spencer, Mark Stilwell, Amanda Tiller, Alison Unsworth, Sarah Vogwill, Piers Watson and Seldon Yuan. June 14-July 7.
The Transformation of the Omega Redeemer. Performances by Mark Stillwell. March 21 and 22.
Opening: Friday June 21, 7pm . Performance
Opening: Saturday June 22, 7-9. Naval Cassidy, Jeremy Slater and Corcorax, June 29th, 8pm. Summer Sampler,Group show of Front Room Artists. July 12-August.
246 Union Avenue
Tues. 7-11 Sat 1-5
One And Not The Same Skin. 24 hour performance by Polina Porras Sivolovoba.
Opening: Friday June 28, 7-11.Roundtable/organizational reflection, + soup. Friday, July 5, 4-6.
Opening: Friday July 05, . The Neo Domesticities: artists spaces, studios, and homemakers (roundtable and soup). Tuesday, July 9, 4-7 THE PAST roundtable and soup at 6pm. Friday, July 12, 4-8 pm
Hemispheric Institute of Perfomance and Politics. Long Table on body art in the americas
. Tuesday, July 16
, 8-9:30. Performances by EMERGENYC artists. 9:30-11pm. THE PRESENT roundtable. July 19
, 4-7. Interventions In The Public Realm: Panel/roundtable discussion organized by Dovrat Meron, Esther Neff and Chloe Bass. Tuesday, July 23
, 4-7. THE FUTURE (roundtable). Friday, July 26, 4-8pm
339 Bedford Ave
The Sound of Life, JinKwan Kim. June 7 - 23. Unique naturalistic paintings on handmade Korean hanji paper.
Summer Series featuring Contemporary Korean Artists:
ShinKyoung Ro. June 28 - July 4.
Opening: Friday June 28, 7-9.Nung-saeng Park,July 5 - July 15.
Opening: Friday July 05, 7-10pm.
Emerging Artist Series, Dahee + Nayoung, July 26 - Aug 1. Opening Reception Friday July 26, 7 - 10 pm. Jung Um, Aug 2 - Aug 8. Opening Reception Friday August 8, 7 - 10 pm.
177 North 9th St.
Based on a True Story… Daniel, Zeller’s drawings continue to oscillate between micro and macro views of invented worlds and organisms. Using only graphite or ink and acrylic on paper, he explores incredible nuances of texture and structure that develop into powerful extensions of perceived reality. 31 May – 30 June.
Compositions, Mark Reynolds's drawings are passionately developed and result from many years of investigation into geometry. Reynolds describes drawing the various systems of geometric structures he works with as exciting, meditative, exhilarating, and humbling. 31 May – 30 June.
Flat File Show. July 5 - July 28
Opening: Friday July 05, 7-9.
Fountain of Youth (Brooklyn), Tony Labat, a large-scale photomural installation along with an operating
water fountain and a series of unannounced actions will function as a
container for collaborative programming between Labat and Present
Company. March 22-April 28.
28 Frost Street
Sarah Butler: Official Transcript, a performative display wherein artist Sarah Butler edits and transcribes handwritten manuscripts collected as Letters from NowHere (2009). A full installation of cloud test (2011-2012) will be on exhibition in the gallery. 6/15 – 6/30.
Stopms & Claps & Snaps & Pops & Sniffs & Clicks & Ahhhhh, Matthew Matthew. July 11-July 26.
Opening: Friday July 26, .
Reverse Summer Lab, residency program. July 7-August 16.
319 Bedford Ave.
Elisions, UConn MFA Thesis Exhibition. May 16-May 26,
Skink Ink Editions
348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Hats & Balls, Nancy Lupo, Organized by Rebecca Watson Horn. May 12 - June 16.
60 North 6th St.
Language Objects: Letters in Space, 1970--2013, Robert Grenier. 18 May - 23 June.
191 North 14th St
seven @ SEVEN II, SEVEN will hold its second New York area exhibition in Williamsburg. Featuring: Mamie Holst (Feature Inc) • Fabian Marcaccio (Bravinlee Programs) • Kim Jones (Pierogi) • David Diao (Postmasters) • Hunter Reynolds (P.P.O.W) • Bruce Pearson (Ronald Feldman Fine Arts). May 10- June 9.
The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 228 6958
Mushroom Hunter, Joanne Greenbaum, Chris Martin, Katharina Grosse. May 11-June 23.
244 North 6th St
Thurs-Fri 5-7, Sat-Sun 12-6
Closed in June
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
Toxicity, a group show of 7 artists with various media, Debra Friedkin, Max glaser, Aimee Hertog, Robin M. Jordan, April Zanne Johnson, Greg Leshe and Ventiko.
The Great Mother Nature, environmental artist, Shoko Miki. May 25-June 30
110 Meserole Ave
12-7- Friday – Sunday
Radiant Energy, Through the photographs, fabric pieces and installations of Radiant Energy, Heather Culp and Caroline Hwang create a space for reflection, meditation, and beauty in the gallery. June 6-30
67 West St #206
Fridays, 11am - 6pm
On/Off Acid, curated by Martin Esteves and featuring works by Ailsa Cavers, Gary Cullen, Michael Lee, Max Reinhardt, and David B Smith. June 7 - 28.
Fowler Arts Collective
67 West Street, Unit 216
What Possessed You, with: Jonathan Durham, Ben Fain, Gigi Gatewood, JR Larson, Molly Lowe, and George Terry. May 10- June 7.
205 Norman Ave.
718 383 9380
Summer Hours: Saturday & Sunday 1-6 pm,
Future Primitive, DeShawn Dumas's paintings incite the abruptness of non-illusionistic perception and the brute physicality of spatial experience. These self-described "vehicles" transmit haptic and durational sensations.May 31 - June 30, 2013
67 West St. # 214
In Between Lines,Alexander Bustamante, Slavako Djuric, Robert Otto Epstein, Cynthia Hartling, Cassandra Holden, Shane McAdams, Sean Pearson, Sirin Thada. May 11-18th
223 Franklin St
Sat-Sun 1-7pm, and by appointment
Self Help, Organized by Jocelyn Miller. Featuring: CONFETTISYSTEM (Nicholas Andersen and Julie Ho), Thomas Jeppe, Georgie Roxby Smith, Pinar Yolacan. June 15 – July 21.
Real Fine Arts
673 Meeker Ave
La Poussierie de Soliels, Group exhibition organized by Olivia Shao. June 22 - July 28.
Opening: Saturday June 22, 6-9.
147 India St.
Weds-Fri 1-7, Sat & Sun 1-5
Philli found NYC, group show of Philli artists that make art on or using found objects.
featuring: Marek Danielewski, Tyler Kline,Ted Knighton, Adam Lovits, Sofya Mirvis, Joanna Mroczek, Brian Spies. May10th - June9th.
566 Johnson Avenue, Studio 27
Things That Fell Out of My Pocket, Steven Charles. May 31 - June 30
C.C.C.P. North Light Exhibition Space
56 Bogart St. (Basement)
Fri- 3-8, Sat.+Sun.- Noon till 6PM
"Dreamy World" -A group show, 5/31-6/30/2013.
David Kesting Presents
257 Boerum Street
Ricky Powell, photographs from the artists archives paralleling New York in the mid 1980's to Bushwick Brooklyn now. May 17 - June 9.
114 Forrest St, alley entrance
Sat-Sun 1-6pm, and by appointment
Psychic Birthsolo show painting and sculpture by David Pappaceno
ET AL Projects
56 Bogart St.
Originally "opening" on December 21st, 2012, the supposed date of the Mayan Apocalypse, Adult Contemporary is a telephone platform for aural work by emerging visual and performance artists, composers and musicians. Previously, the non-site of the hotline offered a debased experience for an art audience to enjoy a singular work of art anywhere. June 21-August 4.
Performance by Ryan Krause + Lucia Stavros: July 12th, 8pmOpening: Friday July 12, 8pm.
56 Bogart St. #1E
Frozen Gestures, Paintings by Jan Holthoff. July 5th – 28th.
Opening: Friday July 05, 6-10.
Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival: Pocha Nostro Corpo Insurrecto, From the series Psycho-Magic Actions For A World Gone Wrong. Featuring: Guillermo Gomez-Pena, Roberto Sifuentes, Erica Mott
Opening: Friday July 05, 9pm. $40 Limited Seating Available
Featuring: Gim Gwang Cheol [S Korea], Arai Shin-Ichi [Japan], Yuenjie Maru [Hong Kong], W Christiawan and Mimi Fadmi [Indonesia]
Opening: Friday July 12, 9:30. July 19th | 21+ ONLY | DOORS 9PM, PERFORMANCE 9:30PM Featuring: Ron Athey, Rocio Boliver, Peter Dobill. $20 donation
July 26th | VestAndPage | DOORS 9PM, PERFORMANCE 9:30PM Featuring: Verena Stenke, and Andrea Pagnes. $20 donation
17-17 Troutman #258
Surface Intentions: Corydon Cowansage, Mark Dorf, Shawn Powell. May 18-June 23.
how to say for what I do not know, M. Callen, Magali Duzant, Da Sul Kim, Seldon Yuan. June 29th - July 28th
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 29th, from 7 - 9pm
66 Knickerbocker Ave
Friday-Sunday, 12-6 pm
6<<<>>>6, a new program that will host six curatorial projects in two parts over six weeks this summer. Part I featuring: Kevin Ruben Jacobs, Rachel Steinberg, and Cleopatra's. June 14 - June 30.
Part 2, Featuring curators: Chelsea Haines, 247365, Nicholas O'Brien. July 5 - July 21.
Opening: Friday July 05, 6-10.Closing reception, with a catalog of the project will be released, and a barbecue.
Opening: Sunday July 21, 6-10.
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
new eyes for new spaces, curated by Francesca Sonara and Jess Wilcox presents works by Patricia Dauder, David Horvitz, Antonio Rovaldi, Austin Shull, and Hong-Kai Wang in collaboration with Anne Callahan, Brendan Dalton and Jordan Paul. Through May 24.
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
Fri 10-6; Sat-Sun 12-6
Atlas, Kahrs, Mucha, Whitread, February 22 – June 30.
4 Charles Place (at Myrtle btwn Bushwick & Evergreen Aves)
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
Overt & Covert: technology in portraiture, DataSpaceTime, James Fotopoulos, M. Henry Jones, and Anton Perich. Group show featuring paintings, photographic prints, 3-D and interactive works. May 31-June 24.
Outlaw: New WorksJonas Mekas. Inspired by the ongoing litigation, the new artworks in OUTLAW also mark the first time that the artist – a man who was captured by the Nazis after fleeing his native Lithuania because of his political writings and was arrested in the 60s for screening films deemed obscene (Jean Genet’s “Un Chant d'Amour" and Jack Smith’s “Flaming Creatures”) – has been moved to present the sobering and often absurd reality of art and the law. A new video work, Sing. Sing to me, Blackberrybird, will also be on installation. June 27-July 29.
Opening: Thursday June 27, 6-9pm.
56 Bogart Street
The Bureau of Self-Recognition, Chloë Bass. May 31 - June 30.
83 Wyckoff Avenue, #1B
Portraits of Fern, a special exhibition for Bushwick Open Studios featuring painting, sculpture, installation, and drawing by Bushwick artists and invited guests. June 1-2.
Thu - Mon, 12-6pm
Videorover: Season 6 Curated by Rachel Steinberg and Giana Gambino, featuring: Bridget Batch + Kevin Cooley, Heather Delaney, Kerry Downey in collaboration with Jen Rosenblit and Joanna Seitz, Michael H Hall, Constantin Hartenstein, Gabriel Hosovsky, Lindsay Packer, Daniel Seiple, Jacob Tonski, and Roland Wegerer. through December 13.
The Indifference of Wisdom The Indifference of Wisdom, Curated by Project Curate and Julian Jimarez- Howard. Featuring: Clem Chen, Ernest Concepcion, Caroline Falby, Annette Rusin, Sarah Wang, Paul Wiersbinski. June 14-July 12.
Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Thurs-Fri 6:15-9:15, Sat-Sun 1-6pm
Parallel Art Space
17-17 Troutman Street #220
What I Like About You, curated by Julie Torres. 19 international artists will arrive in Bushwick and select one piece from their chosen Brooklyn artist, showing that work alongside their own and offering a brief explanation of what drew their interest to it. Visiting Artist>Brooklyn Artist: Julie Alexander>Jamie Powell, Karl Bielik>Henry Samelson, Valerie Brennan>Rodney Dickson, Brian Cypher>Michael Voss, Jack Davidson>Frank Holliday, Brian Edmonds>Patricia Satterlee, Justine Frischmann>Clinton King, Erin Lawlor>Lael Marshall, David T Miller>Brooke Moyse, Lucy Mink>Chris Moss, Sean Montgomery>Yadir Quintana, Melanie Parke>EJ Hauser, Julia Schwartz>Sharon Butler, Peter Shear>Katherine Bradford, Wilma Vissers>Tatiana Berg, Ian White Williams>Paul Behnke, Douglas Witmer>Alex Paik, Pier Wright>Meg Lipke, Stephen Wright>Ky Anderson, featuring: Liz Ainslie, Lauren Collings and Saira Mclaren. May 31 - June 30.
Sat - Sunday 12-6pm
The Stuff Things Are Made Of, Mathieu Lefevre. New and previously viewed artworks by Mathieu Lefevre, since his untimely death in 2011. Lefevre’s work has tirelessly engaged in the idea and materiality of ‘bad’ art, often pairing the underpinnings of language art and tautological revelations, with slap-stick execution. May 18th – June 16.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
Time Times Three, presents the work of three artists, Pancho Westendarp, Victoria Burge and Tom Kotik, whose work explores different aspects of the relationship of time and space. Gallery Closed: July 4 - 7
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
Bushwick Art Book and Zine Fair aka BABZ Fair, Hosted by Blonde Art Books, during Bushwick Open Studio 2013. Will function as a meeting ground for book-makers and book-lovers who live and work in the neighborhood. The inaugural fair will feature artists’ books, periodicals, and zines presented by 20+ artists, poets, independent publishers, and designers.
Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St.
David Shull Presents: The Report: Information Worship and Where has Gone the body, a response to the effects and modes of manipulation applied both overtly and inadvertently throughout our lives.
Opening: Thursday June 20, .
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
DIM TIM, Chapter One: Fallacies of Hopean exhibition of paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Paul McLean. May 24 – June 30.
16 Wilson Avenue
Patrick Berran and Jack Henry.in the project space: SchmatteJosh Blackwell, Antonia Perez, Katherine Powers and Randy Wray. May 30-June 23.
Phaedo, Emily Berger, Benjamin Echeverria, Nate Ethier, JJ Garfield, Elizabeth Hazan, Gilbert Hsiao, Osamu Kobayashi, Dominic Mangila, Lauren Portada, Anne Russinof. June 28-July 28
Opening: Friday June 28, 6-9.Multiple/Universal, curated by Christian Berman and Hans Baumann. featuring work by:Hans Baumann, Christian Berman, Jon Blank, Palma Blank, Ted Gahl, Field Kallop, Karl Larocca, Kristen Schiele, Oliver Warden. July 31-August 25.
Opening: Wednesday July 31, 6-9 pm.
56 Bogart St.
The Devil Tricked Me, an exhibition of work by Matt Freedman. The exhibition is organized around the recent publication of Relatively Indolent but Relentless, a graphic journal Freedman wrote last Autumn. May 10, 2013 – June 16.
North of My Brain, South of My Ass: Hats and Shoes by Artists, a group exhibition of work by John Bjekrlie, Steven Brower, Nancy Davidson, Greg Drasler, Matt Freedman, Brian Gaman, Jennie Nichols, Nikki Singleton, Jude Tallichet, Summer Wheat and Moira Williams. The exhibition is curated by Matt Blackwell and Laurence Hegarty.
Opening reception: Friday, June 21, 7-9 P.M.
Exhibition dates: June 21, 2013 – July 21, 2013
Opening: Friday June 21, 7-9.
449 Troutman Street, #3-5, bell 21
Slippery ... at dusk, Art Guerra and Gwendolyn Skaggs. Through June 22. Closed for summer afterwards
The Active Space
566 Johnson Avenue
Friday-Sunday, 1-6 pm
Studio Select 2013, Yasue Maetake, Julian Lorber, David Kramer. May 31st – July 7th
The Living Gallery
Wednesdays & Fridays 1-5pm
Defying Devastation: Bushwick Then & Now, Meryl Meisler - Photography. Vanessa Mártir - Writing. Patricia J. O'Brien - Graphics. El Puente Bushwick Center - Art / Photography. June 3 - June 30.
BUSHWICK THEN & NOW PHOTO WALK, Opening: Sunday June 23, 7-10pm.
791 Bushwick Ave
Group Show #6, Chris Fennell, Joo Choon Lin, Liz Nielsen, Michele Matson. April 12 - June 2
Closed for summer June-August
56 Bogart Street
Lazy Reader, an exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Andrew Seto. May 4-June 16, 2013
Notorious, Featuring: Brian Dupont, Richard Hamilton, Marie Harnett, Damien Hirst,
Scooter LaForge, Corinna Spencer, John Squire, Neil Winokur. June 22 - August 4.
Opening: Sunday June 23, 4-7.
44 Stewart Ave, #49
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
Unnatural Selection, Naomi Reis. Unnatural Selection investigates nature and its representation: How have humans conquered and organized nature, both to understand it scientifically, and to use it strategically? May 17 – June 23.
Solid Pull, Curated by Caroline Santa and Rachael Gorchov. Featuring works by: Annie Attridge, James Hyde, Joanne Greenbaum, Jane Irish, Essye Klempner and Heidi Lau. June 28 - August 4.
Opening: Friday June 28, 7-10Pm .
464 Seneca Ave
Robert Franca / Linda Gottesfeld / Rachel Youens.Recent paintings. May 31- June 23
ARTs East New York Inc.
851 Hegeman Ave.
Off the Street, Opening: Saturday July 13, 12-4. Block party and closing reception
Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
Global Shoes, Encourages children and their families to explore global cultures within the context of a fantasy shoe store and factory. The exhibition incorporates intriguing cultural artifacts from the Museum’s collection and a variety of hands-on, feet-in activities.
495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
Decisiveness,presented by ruSalon. Featuring: Carlos Rigau, Charlotte Becket, David Lukowski, Dominic Nurre, Emmy Mikelson, Katharine Behar, Kristof Wickman, Lynn Sullivan, Martin Roth, Rachel Higgins, Rebecca Sokoll, Scott Penkava, Selena Kimball, Stephan Eakin, Vita Litvak, Zachary Brudar, Zerek Kempf. May 19 - June 15.
Porcher, Ben Dowell, Carlos Rigau, Christopher Rivera, Claudia Peña, Esther Kläs, Jule Korneffel, Kristof Wickman, Michael Johnson, Rachel Higgins, Sam Stewart. May 19 - June 15, 2013
House of Art Gallery
408 Marcus Garvey Blvd.
The BoomBox Exhibition; demonstrates the influence of the boombox through various facets from the 70’s-mid 80’s; such as fashion, music and politics. April 12-June 9.
1368 Fulton St
Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 1-6
AGAPE: MARIO ANDRES ROBINSON, With “agape” (unconditional love) Mario Andres Robinson a young, Black African- American contemporary portrait artist and Pratt graduate, captures primarily Black people from his personal life. February 17, 2013- May 31, 2013
916 Bedford Avenue
703 888 7591
Thurs-Friday 11-6, Sat 12-6
Fleet, curated by Jackie Cantwell and Molly Myer and the show will stay up until Thursday, May 16th. Fleet will showcase several different artists who have created a fleet,family or collection of works that stand together as one. Each family of work will be congregated in the gallery and work together to defend or support one another.
301 Saratoga Avenue
Friday and Saturday 11:00 - 5:00
Money, Clara Bessijelle, Melissa Brown, Larry Carlson, Helene Claes, Dirk DeJong, Inju Kaboom, Caitríona Ní Threasaigh, Seth Scriver, Laurie Stone and Suzy Kunz, Alec Thibodeau, Nouri Zander. May 3-June 15th.
Made Here, a family-friendly interactive show with painting activities, June 20 - July 20.
Thurb's Grand Guignol, Carlos Gonzalez screening is May 31,
Thurb's Grand Guignol, a series of screenings of independent film and video curated by Matthew Thurber. Friday, June 28th, films by Yvonne Andersen's Yellow Ball Workshop.
Opening: Friday June 28, 6-8. $5 entrance
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111 Front St, Gallery 228
Nancy Lasar / Barbara Roux / Lillian Gerson, May 30 - June 23.
Annika Erixan, Spacetime of One's Own; Shanti Grumbine, The Glittering Point; Wish You Were Here, A.I.R. Gallery's Annual Postcard Show.
June 27 - July 21.
Opening: Thursday June 27, 6 -8.
Amos Eno Gallery
111 Front Street
The Privileged Series: Among The Commoners, By Anthony Dortch. May 29 – June 22.
Two Walls and a Floor, Featuring: Chris Kienke, Gwen Shockey, Sam Tufnell, and Lucy Wilner. June 26 - July 27.
Opening: Thursday June 27, 6-9 .
Arcilesi Homberg Fine Art
111 Front Street, Suite 222
Vincent Arcilesi in Rome, Part II, Vincent Arcilesi’s second Roman show continues his in-depth, on-site study of the arts and culture of the city with a series of six paintings that explore the relationship between the past and the present. May 2-30.
Artadia, The Fund for Art and Dialogue
163 Plymouth Street
212 989 7074
Transparent Studio: Chitra Ganesh, Her drawing, installation, text-based work, and collaborations seek to excavate and rewrite hidden narratives typically excluded from official canons of history, literature, and art. June 18 - July 16.
Opening: Thursday July 11, 6-9.
BRIC Rotunda Gallery
33 Clinton St
25th Annual BRIC Contemporary Art Education Exhibition of student artwork. Curated by Hawley Hussey. Artistic contributions by over 1,000 students from 14 partnering public schools.
Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery
111 Front St., Suite 218
14 Shades of Justice, a social justice photography exhibition featuring the work of 14 students ages 14-18 from JustArts: Photography, an after-school digital photography workshop for teens from The Red Hook Community Justice Center. June 6–August 9
Chapel, Irina Korina's site-specific piece, Chapel, the artist said it is “about new ideas which replaced the old ones and new confusions, about places of worship in a new society, and about old and new superstitions.” This marks Korina’s first major installation in the US and will be continuously displayed as part of BAMart programming until September 1.
Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street
Fri, Sun 12 – 5; Sat 10 – 5
Inventing Brooklyn: People, Places, Progress, From Native American roots and Dutch colonial influences to icons such as the Brooklyn Bridge and the Dodgers, Inventing Brooklyn examines how various people, places, and historical events have shaped the development of the borough. Ongoing.
Giacobetti Paul Gallery
111 Front Street, #220
Wed-Sun, 12 to 6pm
ReduxUsing an unapologetically realist technique, Simon Pocock presents a series of recent paintings that explore the gap between the transient nature of experience and the permanence of the artistic artifact. June 6-June 29.
111 Front St, Suite 206
Conflict and Costume, by Jim Naughten. March 14-May 4. Polychromatic: group exhibition
May 15th-July 6.
16 Main St
On-Looking, A Group Exhibition curated by Daniel Kingery. June 6-July 14. With:
Diana Artus - Barbar - Katie Cercone - Elly Clarke - Linda Franke - Delia Gonzalez - Jennifer Herrema/ Jonah Freeman/ Justin Lowe - Daniel Kingery - Lisa Kingery - Phuc Le - Mira O'Brien - Eva Maria Salvador - Andy Warhol.
Andy Warhol's Beauty #2Special 16mm screening.
Opening: Tuesday June 25, 8pm.
Long Island University Humanities Gallery
Long Island University (Flatbush Campus) One University Plaza
9-6pm (m-f) & 12-6 (Sat.)
Mighty Tanaka Studio
111 Front Street, Suite 224
The Devil in the Details, Featuring the artwork of Gigi Chen, Chris Rini & Katie Shima. June 14- July 5.
111 Front Street, Suite 226
Paradise Lost, A solo exhibition by the Brooklyn, NY-based artist Vincent Como. May 10 - June 15.
Cielito Lindo, Julio Grinblatt. June 21 - August 3.
Opening: Friday June 21, 6-8.
Sculptors Guild Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 256
Tuesday, Thursday - 11-5
Quintessence, Coral Penelope Lambert vexplores the presence of complex energy within space and matter. April 4 - May 2, 2013
92 Plymouth St
Art Ready: Selected Work from the Artist Mentorship program. Featuring: Suma Akter, Odette Blaisdell, Damarcus Bruno, Isabel Burns, Ashley Clarke, Kayla Daniels, Zori Davidson, Azure Garrett, Raihannah Jefferson, Taliana Katz, Jennifer Leon, Dennis Metoyer, Jahsiah Mussig, Malik Perry, Caitlyn Radcliffe, Gelsomine Reme, Danissa Santos, Maat Silin, Tania Velazquez May 22-June 16.
United Photo Industries
111 Front Street, Suite 204
Monday - Friday, 11-6
China's Rat Tribe, Sim Chi Yin. Photos of low-waged migrant workers, who make up one-third of Beijing’s estimated 20 million people. June 6 – 22,
The Fence,at Brooklyn Bridge Park. 1000 ft fence of photographic images featuring:Alberto Coto, Alejandro Cartagena, Alexis Pike, Alma Leiva, Arantxa Cedillo, Arjen Schmitz, Birte Kaufmann, Bob Croslin, Claire Rosen, Dianne Yudelson, Don Hamerman, Greg Miller, Ian Hall, Jaime Travezan, Jaka Vinsek, Justin Kimball, KC Bailey, Kirill Golovchenko, Maria Plotnikova, Matthieu Paley, Mike McGregor, Miska Draskoczy, Natan Dvir, Pelle Cass, Phillip Jung, Radhika Chalasani, Rebecca Handler, Roberta Neidigh, Robin Schwartz, Sam Comen, Sara Macel, Scott Hoyle.
28 Jay St
Odra, by Mikolaj Nowacki. Nowacki explores people’s connections with the the Odra river in Poland and documents its natural beauty, in need of protection. June 6 – July 19, 2013.
490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Seeing Through, Paintings by Emily Berger, Nancy Manter, Anne Russinof. April 20 - June 1.
47 Bergen Street
Weds-Sat 1-7, Sunday 1‐5
Facts and Fictions, Curated by Ani Katz and Sara Winston featuring Vika Adutova, Michael Borowski, Andrew Russel Coates, Marianne Dages, Barbara Diener, Gregg Evans, Adam Forrester, Joe Gutowski, Lauren Hermele, Julie Renée Jones, Ceci Cole Mcinturff, Jordan Rathus, David Rodriguez, Bailey Scieszka, and Yi Yunyi.
June 1-June 8
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
Facts and Fictions Art Preview, Curated by Recession Art's Founder and Art Director Ani Katz and Sara Winston, Facts and Fictions explores themes of fiction, narrative, storytelling, and the tension between what is true and what is real. June 8-June 30.
The People To Come, Installation – Dance – The People To Come By A Canary Torsi / Yanira Castro a participatory performance installation that invites audience members to become part of the work unfolding before them. June 22 & June 25- 29.
Opening: Saturday June 22, .
Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment
334 Grand Ave
Tue-Thu 10-6, Fri-Sat 12-6
Rush Education '13, artwork created in Rush Education programs. A range of artwork including drawings, paintings, kinetic sculptures, videos, collages, photographs, sculptures and installations.
543 Myrtle Ave
Sun 11am-5pm, Mon-Thur- 10-6
Brooklyn Landscapes, by Richard Lebenson, over 35 landscape and still-life paintings. May 5th- June 30th
80 Hanson Place
eMERGINGVisual Art and Music in a Post-Hip-Hop Era. Curated by James Bartlett
February 14 – May 26, 2013.
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
The 8th 100 Artist Exhibition6/7-6/30.
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
Sculpture Section II, April 30 - May 14, 2013.
35 Claver Place #1
Fri 4-7pm, Sat 1-5pm
Represent Brooklyn Art Exhibit, Jury team included Maribeth Flynn, Wendy Jones, and Danny Simmons. Aaron Driggers, Andrea Spiros, Answerd Stewart, Ann Cofta, Ava Tomlinson, Beryl Brenner, Carol Foy, Deanna Lee, Denise Martinez, Diana McClure, Ellie Balk, Fortunata Schiano, Genesis Frederick, Jackie Weisberg, Jeanette Koumjian, June Gaddy, Justice Whitaker, Kenneth Jackson, Kerri Ferrara, Laura Fantini, Laura Pawson, Linda Hiwot, Linhart, Joseph S, Markus Bradley, Mary Chang, Meghan Willis, Nina Allen, Otto Medvetsky, Robert Reid, Robin Michals, Ronald Peters, Valerie Williams, and Vanessa Peters. April 27th to May 18.
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Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Shanee Epstein, Recent Photography and Mixed Media. May 16 - June 23.
Earth, A juried group show, Juror: Jill Conner. June 27 - July 28.
Opening: Thursday June 27, 4:00 - 7:00 .
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
John Singer Sargent Watercolors. April 5–July 28. Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui.February 8–August 4. "Workt by Hand": Hidden Labor and Historical Quilts
March 15–September 15. Fine Lines: American Drawings from the Brooklyn Museum, AMarch 8–May 26. Valerie Hegarty: Alternative Histories
May 17–December 1.Raw/Cooked: Michael Ballou. April 12–July 7. AKäthe Kollwitz: Prints from the "War" and "Death" PortfoliosMarch 15–November 10. Aesthetic Ambitions: Edward Lycett and Brooklyn’s Faience Manufacturing Company. Through–June 16.
Opening: Saturday July 06, 10-5. First Saturday
Ethan Pettit Contemporary
10 Eighth Avenue #3
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6
3rd Floor, ring bell number 3
Rotating Salon, Rotating, salon-style exhibition featuring Alkemikal Soshu, Mari Oshima, Todd Bienvenu, Robert Egert, Barbara Friedman, Rafael Fuchs, Jan Holthoff, Gili Levy, Mari Oshima, David Rich, Eva Schicker. through July 28.
558 St. John's Place
From Decay to Illumination, Featuring: Finn Gleeson, David Mcleish, Matt Miley. June 22-July 7
Gowanus Print Lab
543 Union St
The Judgement of Porous, Ethan Gould, sketches in pen and ink, composed on paper and on printed digital images. May 18- July 6, 2013
306 17th St.
Thurs: 11am-2pm; Fri/Sat 2pm-6pm
Trees,an exhibition by Keith Miller on view from June 14 - July 5.
543 Union St
Thu-Fri 3-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Battle Ground, curated by Sasha Chavchavadze. Battle Ground participants include artists, educators, urban planners and writers: Paul Benney, Peter Bonner, Sasha Chavchavadze, Eymund Diegel, Robert Gould, Katarina Jerinic, Andrew Keating, Christina Kelly, Vitaly Komar, Angela Kramer, Robyn Love, Eva Melas, Duke Riley, Bob Sullivan. April 13th – July 1st
Opening reception: April 13th, 7:00
636 Dean Street, Brooklyn
Still Life With Soda,Julie Nagle contrasts the urban fetishization of country goods in her home in Brooklyn (restaurants like Flatbush Farm, urban gardens, people canning goods and making soap) and the opposite impulse in the country (elaborate living room decor in what Better Homes and Gardens calls Country French Baroque). June 7- 20.
Opening: Thursday June 20, 6-8.Bruce Ratner Took My HomeKevin Stapp. June 21- July 4.
Opening: Saturday June 22, 6-8.
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Lee Arnold, Rick Caruso, Christina Kelly, Michael Krondl. On view through June 17
Will Hutnick and Jeanne Wilkinson, On view 6/21 - 7/12
Opening: Friday June 21, 7-9.
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ACNY Exhibition Space
220 36th Street, B-515
Storytellers and Mystics, curated by Jennifer Sim. With: Cortney Andews, Juka Araikawa, Daniel Arango, Jaqueline Cedar, Ted Gahl, Rubens Ghenov, Julie Leidner, Jasmine Little, Jennifer Sim, Lumin Wakoa. May 22 - June 26.
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd
Directions 2013: Annual Student Award Exhibition,
An annual exhibition of the most outstanding examples of student art, as chosen by their instructors. May 22 – June 11.
88 35Street 3FL
Monday – Friday 1:00PM - 5:00P
The Garden, a reflection on life’s cycles and our perception of inevitable transformation. Residency Artists: Erica Bailey, David Birkin, Katya Grokhovsky, Takeshi Ikeda, Taiyo Kimura, Thessia Machado, and Yoko Shimizu. May 10 – June 14.
F_ll in the Bl_nk, NARS Foundation 2013 Emerging Curator Program Exhibition. Curated by Shlomit Dror
Opening: Friday June 21, 6-8.
Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th St
EQUUS, artwork about horses, featuring: paintings, sculptures, photographs, and works on paper are Andro & Glicksman, Stephen Basso, Tom Bennett, Beatrice Coron, Jason Florio, Daniel Genova, Tom Hagen, John Jerard, Wendy Klemperer, Dawn Robyn Petrlick, Thomas Roma, Nick Savides, Lorene Taurerewa, Jenny Toth, and Pia Wigren. June 19 - July 31.
Opening: Wednesday June 19, 6-8:30.
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351 Van Brunt St
Thurs-Sat 1-7, Sun 12-5
The Story So Far, Jack Berkowitz. June 15-July 20. Closing Day: Saturday, July 20th, 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Opening: Saturday July 20, 12-6. closing reception
Spectrum, five street-oriented painters will exhibit together under the rubric of abstraction. 7/27 - 8/31
Opening: Saturday July 27, 6-9.
Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
Inside Out, Selections from the Kentler flatfiles, curated by Laura Phipps. ARTISTS:t, Ernst Benkert, Lucile Bertrandt, Barbara Bondyt, Philip Chent, Drew Curtist, Grace DeGennarot, Karni Dorellt, Elizabeth Duffyt, Manuel Geerinckt, Kalika Gorskit, Paul Gosst, Marietta Hoferert, Joanne Howardt, Meghan Keanet, Tatana Kellnert, Robert Lansdent, LUCEt, Sascha Mallont, Arezoo Mosenit, Andy Nesst, Gahae Parkt, Beverly Resst, Sherae Rimpseyt, Maddy Rosenbergt, Claudia Sbrissat, Susan Schwalbt, Audrey Stonet, Ilene Sunshine. June 13 - July 21.
Opening: Saturday June 22, 5-7. Curator's talk at 4pm
Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt St
Into the monochrome, no empty square, group exhibition featuring works by emerging artists that divest the monochrome of its blankness through textural, chromatic, architectural, physiological, and text-based interventions into the material support. curated by Rachel Valinsky, Featuring:Max Basch, Samuel Draxler, Myles Dunigan, Lindsey Filowitz, Rin Johnson, Sarah Lipman, Lynnette Miranda, Corwin Peck, Sara Grace Powell, Emma Quaytman, Alyssa Rapp, Lara Saget, Sean Zhuraw. June 8th - July 6th
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Settlements, Ernesto Caivano's Settlements, a survey of selected works from 2002-2013. May 18-July 30.