--WILLIAMSBURG EVERY SECOND, FRIDAY--
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.
107A North 3rd Street
12-8 every day
BROOKLYN Bulletin Wall ExhibitionCerebrating the 12 years anniversary of the gallery history in its uniquely artistic neighborhood, AG Gallery will hold a salon exhibition this summer to cerebrate the moment with all of you. June 29 - July 5
Opening: Friday July 03, 6-8.
41 Montrose Ave.
Pancake Ferrari,a solo show featuring new paintings and a floor-to-ceiling installation of works from NYC-based artist Brian Leo.
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
Paul Catalanotto's work shows his mastery of his medium. In a style coined, Polished Fresco, he uses tinted plaster to create smooth as glass paintings with crazy dimension.
260 Richardson Street
Saturdays and Sundays 12-6
Dixie, Cathouse FUNeral founder, David Dixon, re-focuses attention on race relations in the South in a solo-exhibition featuring altered Confederate flags batiked with blood, among other works. July 16 - September 6.
Opening: Thursday July 16, 6-9.Opening: Wednesday September 02, 7:30. screening and discussion of D.W. Griffith's film "Birth of a Nation"
Cotton Candy Machine
235 South 1st Street
Tiny Trifecta, All of your favorite Cotton Candy Machine artists and more, together for one of the most exciting art shows of the year! Each artist will be creating three tiny pieces of $100 artwork. June 6th to July 5th
Glenn Barr'ssurreal creatures, specters and tragic characters live in a seedy universe, drenched in the grit and haze of a post-apocalyptic urban dreamscape.
July 17th to August 9th.
Opening: Monday July 27, 7-11.
El Museo de Los Sures
120 South First St.
(Dis)Placed Histories of South Williamsburg and Bushwick, NYU-student curated exhibit on the histories of South Williamsburg and Bushwick, currenly on view at El Museo de Los Sures. Through June 20.
168 North 6th St.
Forged by Fire- A Contemporary Selection of Glass-on-Metal Fine Art. June 12– July 26.
146 Berry street
Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc, a three artists group show featuring painters Todd Bienvenu, Matthew F Fisher, and Gretchen Scherer. July 10-12.
Opening: Friday July 10, 6-9.
Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Summer Sampler.Summer Group Exhibition. Nancy Baker, Sasha Bezzubov, Thomas Broadbent, Peter Fox, Steven Gagnon, Sean Hemmerle, Amy Hill, Kim Holleman, Jesse Lambert, Sascha Mallon, Stephen Mallon, Mark Masyga, Walker Pickering, Melissa Pokorny, Ross Racine, Ken Ragsdale, Emily Roz, Patricia Smith, Joanne Ungar, Julia Whitney Barnes, Edie Winograde
19 Hope Street
Pink Stereos, paintings by artist and musician Brett Wintle. June 4 - 30.
166 North 12th Street
Supercollider, by the artist MILTON MELVIN CROISSANT III. June 27 - July 26.
339 Bedford Ave
March 20 - April 25
Beaucoup Humidity, John Isiah Walton. the third in a series of 4 exhibitions of African-American contemporary and folk artists from the South, guest-curated by Diego Cortez. – May 8 – June 6
338 Wythe Ave
Visual Clave : 50 Years of Latin Album Cover Design.Pablo Yglesias. In partnership with the Bronx Music Heritage Center, PF Gallery will be displaying the visual references and groundbreaking compositions that defined the look and feel of Salsa music, a distinctly Nuyorican creation with origins in our own neighborhood of Williamsurg, Brooklyn. June 6- July 5
177 North 9th St.
Deeper Secrets and the Aevum of Geometry, Mark Reynolds. John Phillip Abbott, Beth Campbell, Kathryn Refi, Ken Weathersby. 12 June – 12 July.
71 North 7th St.
Sat-Sun 2 - 6
... to seize your silence: Portraying SaudadePatricio Tasisto. June 10 - July 8.
722 Metropolitan Ave, Second Fl
Unapproachable America: imagining The New World. Claudia Bitran, Billy Jacobs, and Matt Ramirez. Curated by Jeremy Jacob Schlangen. June 5th – July 12th.
28 Frost Street
Wed– Sat, 1-7 Sun, 2-6
Momento/Momentofour emerging Cincinnati-based artists working on the objectification of time and memory: Joe Hedges, Corrina Mehiel, Jacob Lynn, and Christy Wittmer. June 19- July 11.
348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
I Know What You Did Last Summer, Painting group exhibtion with: David Armacoft, Alina Tenser, Nikholis PLanck, Chloe Seibert, Al Freeman. June 14- July 26.
The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 218 7148
Freedom Culture, Curated by Graham Collins. With: David Adamo, Huma Bhabha, Paul Branca, A.K. Burns, Carl D’Alvia, Violet Dennison, Georgia Dickie, Ida Ekblad, Ted Gahl
Jesse Harris, Brent Holland Baker, Elizabeth Jaeger, Justin Lieberman, Marguerite Love, Adam Marnie, Eddie Martinez, Andy Meerow, John Miller, Sam Moyer, Sara Murphy, Elizabeth Murray, Betsy Odom, Jason Osborne, Alex Perweiler, Jack Pierson, Nikholis Planck, Cassie Raihl, Maia Ruth Lee, Anna Sew Hoy, Nancy Shaver, David Shrigley, Ruby Sky Stiler, B Thom Stevenson, Andrew Sutherland, Peter Sutherland, Keith Varadi, Ivan Witenstein. Jul 1-Aug 9.
The Royal @ RSOAA
400 B South 2nd Street
Tues, Thur & Sat 12-5
Reclaim Reboot Renew, Guy Nelson, Kylin O'Brien,Jean-Marc Superville Sovak and Chris Willcox. May 8th - May 29th.
244 North 6th St
Thurs-Fri 5-7, Sat-Sun 12-6
Torched & Scorched, a multi-media installation assembled with interactive and traditional formats including painting, sculpture and sound. With: Ana Busto, Yifan Hu, MTAA, Raphaele Shirley. May 22-June 28.
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
ERASING BORDERS 2015, Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora. Saturday, May 30 - Sunday, June 21.
104 Green Street
She Unlimited, new work by Erica Magrey. June 14th - July 5th.
67 West St #203
Seeing Backwards, David B. Smith. revisits a collection of 60s and 70s pop-culture metal lunch boxes he inherited from his father and has used in performances, sculptures, photographs, and videos over the last 10 years. June 19 - July 25.
Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
67 West st #320
Fri and Sat 12-5
The Shared Patio, Curated by Ceclelia Salama. With: Michael Assiff, Alex Ebstein, Jamie Felton, Graham Hamilton, Leeza Meksi, Cecelia Salama, Max Warsh. June 5– July11
205 Norman Ave.
718 383 9380
Saturday & Sunday 1-6 pm,
Arts Indiana: Work by Indiana University Bloomington Master of Fine Arts Candidates. Curated by Jeremy Sweet. Lesley Duffield, Matthew Falvey, Lindsay Hall, Kristin Horan, Joseph Kameen, Paul Maloney, Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro, Adam Reynolds, Amanda Ross, Aric Verrastro, Carolyn Watkins, Tyler Wilkinson. July 11 - July 26th
Opening: Saturday July 11, 7-9.
155 Freeman Street
Voyage au Congo, André Gide and Marc Allégret introduced by Hilton Als
Opening: Thursday July 16, 7:30.
Owen James Gallery
61 Greenpoint Avenue, #315
Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5
MATERIALS / ABSTRACTION, Adam Freeza & Terri Chiao, Rachael Gorchov, Alan Shields, Richard Tuttle and Franz West. June 19 – July 31.
Real Fine Arts
The Java Project
252 Java Street, Suite #100
Tues-Thurs 2-5; Fri 4-7; Sun 4-7
You're a Ghost, Will Hutnick.
147 India St.
Thurs-Fri 1-7, Sat 1-5
Beggining to see the Light, Curated by Emily Noelle Lambert. With: Tanyth Berkeley, Paul DeMuro, Rico Gaston, Ezra Johnson, Esperanza Mayobre, Phoebe Morris, Ilse Murdock, Siobhan Liddell, Claudia Pena Salinas, Peter Simensky. February 20-March 31.
238 Wilson Ave.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
Sky's The Limit, a mixed media installation by Sacha Vega which questions the nature of "success" in art making and the ways it's value is articulated. June 19 – July 5.
Magic Object, Curated by Rico Gatson. five artists who possess a magical and evocative sensibility in their work: Rico Gatson, Alex Lee Harris, Roxanne Jackson, Mary Kate Maher, Aaron Williams. July 10 – August 23.
Opening: Friday July 10, 7-10.
160 Randolph St
Zendo, Recent works by Elias Saifan, June 18 – August 24.
Opening: Friday July 17, 7-9.
Amos Eno Gallery
The Loom-1087 Flushing Avenue, Suite 120
Elemental Ground, Chris Esposito. July 2 – 26.
Opening: Friday July 10, 6-8.
109 Ingraham Street, suite 102
646 331 3162
Thu - Sat 12 - 6
SUMMER HOURS: JULY & AUGUST by appointment only.
299 Meserole Street
Saturdays & Sundays, 12 – 6PM
Somewhere Between, Curated by Julie McKim. Featuring artwork by: Sonya Blesofsky, Matthew Conradt, Angeles Cossio, Jon Elliot, Rob Fischer, Daniele Genadry, Erik Hougen, and Wyatt Nash. June 5 – June 14.
Black & White Gallery / Project Space
Thank You, collaboration by long time friends Raul de Nievesand Erik Zajaceskowski. Using plastics and refuse the artists have painstakingly gathered from their neighborhood, they will erect a large-scale immersive environment mapping multiple narratives and mythologies of creation, destruction, and consumption that are anchored in ritual, place and history. May 15 - June 28,
C L E A R I N G
396 Johnson Avenue
718 456 0396
Wednesday - Sunday 12-6pm
PAINTINGS, An exhibition of new works by Harold Ancart. May 12 - July 12.
322 Troutman Street
Fast/Quiet Slow/Loud, The works of Gary Cullen, Cody Hughes and David Pappaceno explore what drawing can be and how it can be manipulated.
Opening: Thursday July 02, 6-9.
56 Bogart St, lower level
718 417 0783
A. F. O. T. D. T. D. Jeff Feld. Fri Jun 12 - Sun Jul 26
Friday Studio Gallery
56 Bogart St., 1st fl., Brooklyn.
718 821 2180
Fridays, 1PM till 6 PM
"KA-BOOM" "KA-BOOM" 7/3 to 7/31/2015 An eclectic group show.
Opening: Friday July 03, 6 - 8 PM.
Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
56 Bogart St.
Control Panel, an exhibition featuring work by James Clark, Linda Francis, Micah Ganske, Ben Garthus, Tom Moody, and Yael Rechter. June 19-August 2nd.
The Perpetual Shift, Michael Murphy, Joshua Peters, Katerina Ganchak, Kraig Franco, BK Foxx , Sasha Yosselsni. June 5 - July 3
66 Knickerbocker Ave
Sat-Sunday, 12-6 pm
U:L:O:  U: Lodos, Mexico City.
L: Minerva, Sydney.
O: Weekends, Copenhagen. June 19 - July 12
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Mon-Thurs 10:30-6, Fri 10:30-2
a rehearsal by felipe mujica and johanna unzuetaArtists and Beta-Local collaborators Felipe Mujica and Johanna Unzueta will present original artworks and documentation of work by Margarita Azurdia, Felipe Mujica, Jorge González, Ana Maria Millan, Javier Tellez and Johanna Unzueta in ISCP’s exhibition galleries.
81 Central Ave (1A)
Saturdays 1 - 5
Green is the New White,Robbie McDonald. 6/6-7/11.
788 Woodward Avenue
Saturdays & Sundays 12-5
MDCCLXXXIV, Mirak Jamal, Aidan Koch, Stephen Nachtigall, Brandon Ndife, Rebecca Peel. Organized by Emma Hazen. 5/23/15-6/21/15
52-19 Flushing Ave. (Maspeth Queens)
Saturdays and Sundays 2-6
Anxious Spaces: Installation as Catalyst II, featuring a collection of artists whose work incorporates dynamic and time-based elements, ranging from robotic interactivity to performance events to social intervention. Featuring work by Will Ryman, Molly Lowe, Lucas Abela, Tim Bruniges, and many more. July 5 – 26.
Opening: Sunday July 05, 5-10.
Life on Mars
56 Bogart Street
718 417 3935
Fri 3-8, Sat-Sun 1-6
Second Annual Summer Invitational, With: Len Bellinger, Todd Bienvenu, Farrell Brickhouse, Deborah Brown, Avital Burg, Barbara Friedman, George Gilliland, Brenda Goodman, Catherine Haggerty, Clarity Haynes, Karen Heagle, Mary DeVincentis Herzog, Maxine Hess, Dana James, Elisa Jensen, Kharis Kennedy, Anki King, Kerry Law, Arnold Mesches, Mark Milroy, Garry Nichols, Dave Pollack, James Prez, Karen Schwartz, Edith Singer, Joyce Yamada. June 4 - July 19.
12 Cypress Avenue
Kyle James Dunn & Sarah Elise Hall, April 24 – May 31.
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
Christopher Wool.new paintings and sculptures. May 2-August 15th. Summer hours will begin after July 4th, and they will be Wednesday—Saturday 11:00am to 5:30pm
1329 Willoughby Ave #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
source material, Kevin Reuning (aka kevvy metal). With source material Reuning expands his practice of computer 3D animation through new installations, paintings, digital prints, videos and sculptures based on the models, plugins, and other elements, considering concepts of identity, authorship, and online sharing. May 29 - July 5.
Not Always Funny – Moving Image works on Humor
Jeremy Bailey, Jennifer Chan, Adán De La Garza, Mike Flemming, LJ Frezza, Sebastian Haslauer, William Lamson, Kim Laughton, Hanne Lippard, Jodie Mack, Jesse McLean, Jonathan Monaghan, Eva and Franco Mattes, and Guy Ben Ner. curated by Nicholas O’Brien.
I Was Really Gonna Be Something By the Age of Twenty-three Eileen Maxson, featuring new video, installation and photo-based works posing the 1994 film, or more specifically, the artist's VHS copy of the film "Reality Bites" as a point of origin for social, economic, and technological concerns of today. July 10 – August 16.
Opening: Friday July 10, 6-9.
56 Bogart Street
Moldy Figs, Justin Randolph Thompson in collaboration with Bradly Dever Treadaway and Jason Thompson featuring Daniel Warren. May 22 - June 28.
Thu - Mon, 12-6pm
Davide Zucco: Deep TimeNURTUREart is delighted to announce Deep Time, Davide Zucco’s first New York solo exhibition, opening on the occasion of Bushwick Open Studios. In Zucco’s most recent body of work, metal surfaces transition from tarnished to polished, flowing over structurally rigorous, symbolic drawing and composition. Sweeping gestural inserts, striated by finely detailed plumes, are inspired by the kaleidoscopic patterns found in petrified wood. June 5 - July 11
229 Cook Street
Victory Over the Sun. Mary Judge and Gilbert Hsaio will be showing new paintings, being exhibited for the first time. Riffing on influences from Suprematism and the de Stijl movements. June 5 – July 5.
Thomas Lendvai: 10, a site responsive large scale sculpture. July 23-August.
Opening: Thursday July 23, 6-8. Artists Talk, July 26, 6-8
Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Vroom, Vroom!, Featuring work by Jeff DeGolier, Ryan Ford, Ryan Frank, Pippa Garner, Siki Im, Erin M. Riley and Ash Thayer, curated by John Silvis. July 10 – 26.
Opening: Fri, July 10, 7-10pm
Opening: Friday July 10, 12-3.Torn and Fired, new works in collage and clay, curated by Jason Andrew
Opening: Fri, July 31, 7-10pm
Opening: Friday July 31, 7-10. Sight, Site, Cite, Organized by Noah Becker, Jeff Grunthaner, and Julian A. Jimarez Howard. Aug 22 – Sept 6. Opening: Sat, Aug 22, 7-10pm
Outpost Artists Resources
1665 Norman St
Pleasures of the Flesh, Curated By Ellie Murphy and Kelly Parr. Featuring artists: Liz Atzberger, Joy Curtis, Elizabeth Ferry, Stacy Fisher, Servane Mary, Shari Mendelson, Ellie Murphy, Ólöf Nordal, Kelly Parr, Melissa Pokorny, Romy Scheroder, Katy Schimert, Jude Tallichet and Two Serious Ladies. June 5 – June 27.
254 Johnson Avenue
1-6 Saturdays and Sundays
some false moves, a group exhibition derived from a curatorial prompt. Artists were asked to respond or choose affinities to the exhibition's title with new or recent works. "some false moves" was extracted from a text-based work by Richard Long, a British sculptor and land artist. Featuring: Alexandre Brandão, Amanda Curreri, Jennifer Grimyser, Zerek Kempf, Yeni Mao, Lance Rautzhan, Max Stolkin, Angie Waller, Robin Winters, Audra Wolowiec.
29 May-28 June.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
A Random Meander: James Cullinane, Nene Humphrey and Taney Roniger. June 4 – August 2.
286 Stanhope Street
New Drawings, Maria Calandra. May 30-June 28.
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
VOLUME 1, co-curated by Mary Judge and Enrico Gomez. Nancy Baker, Richard Bottwin, Jaynie Crimmins, Mila Dau, Edoardo De Falchi, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Joan Grubin, Brent Hallard, Karen Margolis, Lael Marshall, Alex Paik, Gary Passanise, Sylvia Schwartz, Lawrence Swan, Austin Thomas. May 15 - June 14.
Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St.
Summer of Robot: 10 years of Music, Art and Love, A series of events to celebrate our anniversary May 30th to August 22nd.
Quintron and Miss Pussycat, Earth Eater, Toothaches, Harribo, Bottoms, Fluct, Ryan Sawyer + Nate Wooley + Ben Vida, Barry London White Pants and DJ FITZ
260 Johnson Avenue
347 746 8457
Como la FlorTravis Boyer, with Caitlin Keogh. May 29th - June 27th.
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
Starlings Over Yellowstone, sculptural assemblage by Hartmut Stockter. June 4th – July 5th.
Fancy Seeing You, a collection of works by Avital Burg, and Involuntary Voyeurs, by Cologne-based artist Tina Schwarz. July 10 – August 9.
Opening: Friday July 10, 7-9.
Songs for Presidents
1673 Gates Avenue (basement) Ridgewood, NY
Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 6
Collect All Four, Summer programming presented by the Songs for Presidents' curatorial assistant program. July 3, 2015 - August 29. Started in September 2014, the curatorial assistant program brings emerging young curators into the gallery to gain experience and develop their own exhibitions. Collect All Four showcases the programming of Frances Z. Cooper, Paulina Kowalcyzk, Tara Plath and Madeleine Zimmerman. Fields Like Waves, curated by Paulina Kowalczyk and Kaysie Hawk. works by Michelle Huynh Chu, Antonia Kuo and Nancy Hubbard. July 3rd – July 14th. Opening Friday July 3rd, 6pm
Opening: Friday July 03, 6pm.Notes On Performance, THE E MOTION AL ARCHITECTURE OF THE BODY curated by Frances Z. Cooper. July 18 – July 24. Opening Friday July 17, 6pm.
Opening: Friday July 17, 6pm.
Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
Re/Post, curated by Ian Cofre. Philip Hackworth Ashley, Pedro Barbeito, Adolfo Bimer, Lydia Dona, Franklin Evans, Alejandro Leonhardt, Fabian Marcaccio, Martha Mysko, Willie Wayne Smith, Rafael Vega. June 5-June 28.
56 Bogart St.
Tightrope Walking Over Delusions Swampland, Curated by Michele Araujo. Works by Rochelle Feinstein, Munro Galloway, Larry Greenberg, Suzanne Joelson, Adam Simon. June 4-July 12.
Endless Broken Time, Matt Freedman and Tim Spelios.
Opening: Saturday July 11, 8pm.
The Active Space
566 Johnson Ave
Reactivator, is a group survey of the past and current building residence at The Active Space and their affiliates. For over 7 years, this building has welcomed artists from all stages of their creative pursuits. Inna Babaeva, Erin Hinz, Ivan Rivera, Leah Beeferman, Clemens Klinkert, Phillip Stearns, Christian Berman, Lilian Kreutzberger, Ross Tibbles, Joe Bochysnski, Andria Morales, Joanne Ungar, Dave Choi, Brian Matthew, Sebastian Vallejo, Theresa Daddezio, Matt Miller, Vydavy, Micha Sklar & Zhenya Plechkina, Stacy Fisher, Andrew Prayzner, Ashley Zelinskie, Nick Greenwald, Ben Prichard, Rachel Grobstein, Elizabeth Riley, Jen Hitchings. May 28- June 14.
The Hollows Artspace
708 Bushwick Avenue #2
Auto-Chemistry, Curated by Piril Gunduz, Baptiste Semal. Kiley Ames - Brian Batt - Marion Bizet - Dominique St Cyr - Azmi Mert Erdem - Camille de Galbert - Kelly Garone - Amelie Gaulier - Genco Gulan - Shani Ha - Tim Haldeen - Sara Jimenez - Ted Lawson - Dylan Marcus - Lewis Moore - Yuna Morvan - Kyle C. Mumford - Ivana Ng - Canan Onural - Woody Poulard - Luciana Pinchiero - Anne Cecile Surga - Sofia Theofilaktidis - Michael Tx - Atilla Ural - Andy Wentz - Jayoung Yoon. June 3-June 28.
791 Bushwick Ave
Neo-Craftism, co-organized by Rachel Gorchov, Roxanne Jackson and Robin Kang. Featuring Sarah Bednarek, Rachel Gorchov, Roxanne Jackson, Robin Kang, Katerina Lanfranco, Heidi Lau, Rebecca Morgan, Courtney Puckett, and Nichole Van Beek. May 22-June 28.
56 Bogart Street
Vernacular, Eric Brown, Sharon Butler, Joyce Robins, Andrew Seto. May 31 – July 19.
1030 Metropolitan Ave
Saturdays 2 – 7
Technophilia, the first solo exhibition from Faith Holland. Technology connects us to porn, our partners, and whatever other bodies we might desire. We lust after bodies “behind” the screen or “inside” the device but all the while we interact, always, with a thing–a machine. June 13-July 11.
1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A
Friday 6-9pm, Weekends 12-6pm
Spooky Laughter at a Distance, Jennifer Grimyser, Todd Kelley, Ben Pederson. May 22-June 28.
Opening: Friday July 03, 6-9. Closing reception
1329 Willoughby Ave, #2
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
Night Flight, Curated by Jackie Hoving and Norm Paris. Featuring: Benjamin Degen, Johannes DeYoung, Angela Dufresne, Charlotte Hallberg, Trenton Doyle Hancock, MaryKate Maher, Tom McGrath, Mark Shetabi, and Jude Tallichet. May 22 – June 28.
Shoal Survivoran exhibition of works by Oscar Bedford and Alex Lombard, curated by Sorry Archive (Claire Mirocha and Vanessa Thill). June 5 – June 28.
Made in USA / Some Parts ImportedCurated by Naomi Reis with Heidi Lau. July 3 – August 9. Opening Reception: Friday, July 3, 6-9.
Opening: Friday July 03, 6-9.
87 Richardson St.
Sat-Sun 1pm - 6pm
Lemme Be You, Logan Sibrel.
1109 Dekalb Ave
Star! Star! Star! Circle! George Ferrandi. Survivor: Modern Times in Navajo Textiles, Marlowe Katoney. Curated by Candace Jeanne Moeller. May 29th - June 21st.
Brooklyn Children's Museum
Good Work Gallery
112 Rogers Ave. #2
24 hours window
Slightly Warmer Than Warm, Andrew Zarou. July 2-August 2.
Opening: Thursday July 02, 6-9.
495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
Craig Drennen is Awful.This exhibition will feature the performance Awful Inside helper on opening night, with two simultaneous performers, two drawings, and additional ephemera. Props from the performances will be altered and installed as components of an installation that will continue for the duration of the exhibition. An unlimited t-shirt edition will be available to selected viewers. This exhibition is the latest iteration of Drennen’s ongoing intervention into Timon of Athens, the only play by Shakespeare not performed in his lifetime. May 9 - June 14.
House of Art Gallery
408 Marcus Garvey Blvd.
AFROS, A Celebration of Natural Hair. Photographer: Michael July. June 20- August 1.
301 Saratoga Avenue
Future Floor, Ian Gerson. A site-specific immersive installation that transforms Tomato House into an underwater/galactic exploration vessel. July 10 - August 9.
Opening: Friday July 10, 7-10.
155 Plymouth Street
Barbara Siegel, Urban Road Kill. Alina Tenser Edge Thin, curated by Amber Esseiva. A.I.R. Gallery's Annual Postcard Show Wish You Were Here 14. July 1 - 26.
Opening: Thursday July 09, 6-8.
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. May 2014 - June 2015
Full Steam Ahead: 200 Years of Ferries in Brooklyn. May 2014 - June 2015
79 Hudson Avenue
Disposition, mixed media by Iris Lavy. July 4-26.
Opening: Wednesday July 01, 6-8.
Masters Projects, Inc
91 Water St.
Opening in new location soon. Check website for details.
16 Main St.
Color Energy.Robert Swain presents an immersive set of three new nine by nine foot paintings, in which squares of pure color are arranged into grids that are subtly modulated by hue, value, and saturation. May 30 - July 4.
Melissa Kretschmer & Russell Maltz, July 11 - August 15.
Opening: Saturday July 11, 6-9.
New York Foundation for the Arts
20 Jay Street, Suite 740
La Crisalida, Curated by David C. Terry. Featuring artists: Lily Acevedo, Maria Aguilar, Gabriela Alfaro de Jolicoeur, Keith L. Andrews, BEMEKA, Monika Bruch, Luisa Caballeros, Analu Castejon, Andrea de Leon Fagiani, Wandy Gálvez, gART, Lissette Girón, Cindy Janeth d’O, María Hortensia Jiménez, Manuel Morquecho, Leslie Nanne, María Jimena Navarro, Ana Lorena Nuñez, Lucia Rohrmann, Waseem Syed, VALENZ, Karin Weller, and Xanderall. May 29 - Fri Oct 02
92 Plymouth St
Story of a Story Curated by Shlomit Dror. With: Jisun Beak, Bruce Campbell, Samantha Fein,
Eduardo Gil, Hadassa Goldvicht, Jeremy Jams, Margaret Lee, Kwantaeck Park, Stass Shpanin, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, Masha Vlasova, Alisha Wessler and Brett Day Windham. June 13 - July 26
Brooklyn Poets Reading Series, Sampson Starkweather, Amy King, Timothy Liu. Curated by Jason Koo, Brooklyn Poets.
Opening: Thursday July 02, 7pm.
Stephen Romano Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 208
United Photo Industries
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131 Huntington St.
There is no Fact of the Matter as to Whether or not P, Featuring new works by Zach Bruder, Sam Ekwurtzel, Sofia Leiby and Anne Libby. 6/28- 8/9
490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Spring Group Show, Robert Dandarov, Scott Endsley, Marney Fuller, Juliane Hundertmark, Victor Kord, Judith Linhares, Sarah Lutz, Mary McDonnell, Loren Munk, John Parris, Alan Paulson, Robert Selwyn, Peter Stankiewicz, Ron Taylor, William Wegman. May 9-June 13.
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
Chapel, Steven and William Ladd. Coming September 12.
Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
321 Washington Avenue
No Angle of Attack, Tom Morrill and Rebecca Naegele. June 27 - August 8.
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment
647 Fulton Street
Water | Waves | Wood. Clifford Ross. monumentally scaled photographs printed on wood by the American photographer and multimedia artist Clifford Ross. The focus of the exhibition will be seven images of hurricane waves that Ross originally shot on the East End of Long Island in 2008. July 9-August 16. Dave Rittinger: Brain Storm. June 20-August 16. Inherited, Brooklyn-based artists, of African descent: Angel Otero, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Jacolby Satterwhite, Keisha Scarville, and Sable Elyse Smith. July 8-August 16.
Opening: Wednesday July 08, 7-9.Jennifer and Kevin McCoy multimedia artworks examine the genres and conventions of filmmaking, memory and language. June 22-July 7.
Guild Greene Gallery
281 Greene Avenue
Thurs-Sat, 2-8, Sun, 12-6
I Love a Parade! a show of large narrative paintings depicting the american experience. Works by Kris Krohn. May 15-June 21
80 Hanson Place
Baye Fall: Roots in Spirituality, Fashion, and Resistancea photographic series that visually engages the Baye Fall, an enterprising sub-group of Senegal’s notable Sufi Muslim community, the Mourides. Field Notes, Curated by Holly Bynoe
Field Notes: Extracts highlights core elements innate to art practices including note-taking, observation, discovery, and transformation. The collection supports the work of seven emerging artists from the Caribbean and its diasporas including Deborah Anzinger, Gilles Elie-dit-Cosaque, Jasmine Thomas Girvan, Vashti Harrison, Kelly Sinnapah Mary, Joiri Minaya and Holly Parotti.. June 18 – September 27.
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
The 10th Annual 100 Artists Exhibition, 100 artists from around the world are invited to display their works on our walls in a collaborative experience. This year the theme is "TOKYO", and the participating artists are all basing their works on this theme. At the opening there will be live music, performances and an audience-made installation. 6/13- 6/28.
Interlude, kenta takatsu.
Opening: Tuesday July 07, 7-10.
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
MFA Fine Art 2015 Summer Exhibition. June 8–early September 2015
647 Fulton Street
New Work: The UrbanGlass MFA Exhibition, 4 artists from around the United States: Doreen Garner, Shaun Griffiths, Tatara Siegel, and Kim Watters, all recent MFA recipients. June 10 - August 22.
Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Memoryweave, Susan Greenstein.Project space: Ellen Chuse, Karen Gibbons, and Nancy Lunsford. June 4 – July 5.
543 Union Street
Thurs & Fri. 3-6, Sat & Sun. 12 – 6
Eva Melas. June 5 – June 28
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks
April 3–August 23.
Zanele Muholi: Isibonelo/Evidence
May 1–November 1.
Chitra Ganesh: Eyes of Time
December 12, 2014–July 12, 2015
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Herstory Gallery, 4th Floor
Diverse Works: Director's Choice, 1997–2015
April 15–August 2.
Kara Walker: "African Boy Attendant Curio (Bananas)"
May 20–October 18.
First SaturdayOpening: Saturday August 01, 5-11.
Court Tree Collective
371 Court Street in Carroll Gardens
Mon, Wed, Fri, 3-6,and Sat. 12-5
Intertwined Realities, new work by Jeanette Lafontine, organized by Residency Unlimited. June 6 - 27.
558 St. John's Place
Color: Sculpted and Painted, Dieter Kuhn, Norbert Masal, Cindy Millin, Scott Reeds. June 6 - June 28.
Opening: Saturday July 11, 6pm. Aarts, performed by Sarah Robak.
Running Out of Thread. Fabric and wire sculptures by Constance Slaughter. July 1 -11.
Opening: Wednesday July 01, 6-8. Performance choreographed by Felix
Kings Highway Library
115 Ocean Ave
Jwish Super Hero Comics, Exhibition by Joshua Stulman. Curated by Boris Ioselev. June 2 – July 31.
Morbid Anatomy Museum
424A 3rd Ave (Corner of 7th St)
Do The Spirits Return? The exhibition will feature stunning and rarely exhibited original stage props, posters, photographs, artworks, letters, books, and even the fabled "Luxor Mummy," all drawn from the collection of Brooklyn native Rory Feldman. April 11-January 5.
Ortega y Gasset Projects
363 Third Avenue
1-6pm, Sat & Sun
love child, Curated by Eleanna Anagnos the show includes works by Eva and Adele, Anna Gaskell and Douglas Gordon, Nyeema Morgan and Mike Cloud, Rachel Debuque and Justin Plakas, Maria Walker and Jonathan Allmaier, Carrie Moyer and Sheilah Pepe, Jennifer Coates and David Humphrey, Lindsay Preston Zappas and John Zane Zappas. June 12 – July 19.
543 Union St
Thu-Fri 3-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Trade Routes - The third exhibition of the COMMERCE year: Trade Routes, highlighting the thoroughfares of commerce and the cultural porosity they create by looking at changes in styles and meanings of materials and objects which have journeyed the globe.
Gowanus Marketplace: This final exhibition of the COMMERCE year explores the intersection of artistry and industry along the Gowanus Canal, featuring the work of Gowanus-based artists, artisans, and makers in a re-imagined Old World marketplace. May 9 – July 11.
366 6th Street
Trace Narratives, Shanti Grumbine transforms the ephemeral materials from her New York Times home subscription through paper cutting, collage, sculpture and plastic soldering.
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Breathing Room, featuring new works by artists Elizabeth Gilfilen, Jason Karolak, and Rachael Wren. May 15 - June 19
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery
201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
CURATICISM |The Gam #3, a Spoken Words Exhibition curated by Alessandro Facente with artists Magali a Spoken Words Exhibition curated by Alessandro Facente with artists Magali Duzant (USA), Katrina Neumann (USA), Yvonne C Roth (Germany), Knutte Wester (Sweden), and curator Tina Kukielski (New York) about the concept of displacement as intersection.
Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th St
Thursday-Saturday 1-5; August:
Otto Neals: An Artistic Legacy, June 4 - July 11
Closing reception, Saturday.
Opening: Saturday July 11, 2-4.
499 Van Brunt St
Renew, an open show, with the work of two hundred artists in all media. Also upstairs is Recycle, a juried show of sophisticated two- and three- dimensional art crafted from cast-off, discarded and re-purposed materials. Juried Elissa Goldstone. Wide Open 6 BWAC’s, selected by the Brooklyn Museum’s Rujeko Hockley. Through June 14.
Hot Wood Arts
481 Van Brunt #9B (2nd floor)
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm
Scannograms, by Jack Robinson. Curated by: Megan Suttles. May 9th – June 14th.
Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
Selections from the Kentler Flatfiles, Guest Curator: Ana Torok. June 13 - July 26.
Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt St
Appropriate Conditions, Samuel Payne’s second solo exhibition at Peninsula Art Space, Appropriate Conditions, includes eight new, seemingly disparate sculptures whose arrangement and relationship describe Payne’s ongoing inquiry into the potentialities of displacement, periphery, and liminal or negative space, and their relation to subject formation. May 23—June 28.
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Z, an exhibition of unique, glass plate portraits by American photographer Robyn Hasty. Curated by Walker Waugh. June 11- July 12.
SECOND SUNDAYS, is a monthly series of open studios, live music, and site-specific interventions presented by Pioneer Works the second Sunday of every month. The series showcases artists in residence along with musical performances and DJs, curated by Olivier Conan.
Opening: Sunday July 12, 4-10.
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