Preview: & a Sticker Art Installation/Giveaway with, Claudia Trombin, Dandy Darlin', DJ Choice Royce, Evok, Ian Bertram, Jason Mamarella, Jessica Bajoros, Jos-L, Joseph Meloy, Laura Baran, MCA Evil Design, Mike Die, Mor, New York Romantic, Peru Ana Ana Peru, Prince Wavey, Skam Pdx "August Show Preview Party" curated by D.W. Krsna, Ellis Gallagher
310 Grand Street
12-8 every day
The Strange Hearts Club, by artists Cat Rabbit and Philippa Rice, opening at noon on Thursday 14, 2016. Sept 15- Oct 16
Black Ball Projects
374 Bedford Ave
Saturdays & Sundays 12-6
Lottery, further develops San Francisco based artist Matt Borruso’s long engagement with collage and the element of chance. This new work draws on formal mid-century modern design, pre-CGI special effects imagery, color theory, photographs of sculptural objects, and ruined black light posters. The focus is on what we do and do not see, such as the unreal that has become real, or three dimensions reduced to two. 9/21-10/31/2016
Opening: Wednesday September 21, 6-9.Matt BorrusoSept. 21- Oct. 31
Brooklyn Art Library
28 Frost Street
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.
260 Richardson Street
Saturdays and Sundays 12-6
Final Harvestings, with the work of Anne Deleporte, Brad Benischek, Timothy Simonds, Nicola Ginzel, Gregor Neuerer, Lynda White and Loroto Films, David Dixon and Cathouse FUNeral, and more. September 17 - October 30.
Sonic City, over a dozen of New York’s most innovative musical instrument makers. Eventide, Kelvin Daly Instruments, Sadowsky Guitars Ltd, Fodera Guitars, Gretsch Drums from Fred W Gretsch III, Dean Gordon Guitars, Pensa Guitars/Rudy’s Music, Rick Kelly & Carmine Street, Guitars- Home of Kelly Guitars, Electro-Harmonix, SNAZZY FX, Ken Butler Hybrid Instruments, Death By Audio, Critter & Guitari, Headphones from Grado Labs, Tech 21 NYC Effects. May 26 through September 18.
Life Of An American Ruin: Philip Johnson’s New York State Pavilion. Archival images from Bill Cotter of worldsfairphotos.com show the Pavilion during the Fair; photographs by Phil Buehler, Marco Catini, and Robert Fein capture the beauty of the building in its ruined state. Also on view will be a temporary installation by Aaron Asis suggestive of the Pavilion’s iconic roof. Complementing these works will be ephemera loaned in part by The Museum of Interesting Things, and an audio clip of a 1999 interview with Philip Johnson on the fate of the Pavilion. Sept. 29, 2016 - Jan. 15, 2017.
Opening: Saturday October 01, 7pm.
El Museo de Los Sures
168 North 6th St.
Making Music, group show. Featuring: Charles Apt, Lee Brozgol, Ken Butler, Ingrid Capozzoli Flinn, Regina Cherry, Cecile Chong, Edward Clark, Susan Conrad, Jennifer Delilah, Howard Eisman, Philip Evergood, Bonnie Faulkner, Tully Filmus, Susan Hamburger, Fred Hatt, Shelley Himmelstein, Stewart Hoyt, Jack Howard-Potter, Yana Kaplun, Maho Kino, Maho Kino, Yuliya Lanina, Alexander Limpert, Janice Mauro, Frederick Macmonnies, Meridith Mcneal, Douglas Metzler, Karen Miles, Artem Mirolevich, Arlene Morris, Justin Neely, Susan Newmark, Alexander Ney, Savo Radulovic, Ellen Emmet Rand, Audrey Rhoda, K. Saito, Jacqueline Schiffman, Amos Schumacher, Carri Skoczer, Michael Sorgatz, Fedele Spadafora, Abraham Walkowitz, Mary Westring. September 9th- October 30th.
Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
47 Years and Waiting: The S.S. United States. Stephen Mallon’s extraordinarily soulful portrait of the great ship, the S.S. United States, combines sweeping views of the rusty hull with intimate interior shots of the walkways and grand ballrooms.
246 Union Avenue
Tues. 7-11 Sat 1-5
Sites of Absence, Julie Tolentino, Rebecca Patek, Camila Caneque & Maria Jose Arjona
Curator: Lital Dotan
‘Sites of Absence’ presents performance devoid of its spectacle nature. It highlights the frames of pre and post performance works by genuine voices in contemporary performance artists. September 23- October 30.
Opening: Friday September 23, 7-9.
Holland Tunnel Gallery
61 South 3 rd st
Space:- Preoccupied, Now Empty, featuring the work of Dutch artist Mariken Cochius. It opens on Friday, September 16th and runs through October 16th.
My Art, My World, Angiola Churchill, Oct 21 - Nov 2O.
Opening: Friday October 21, 6-9.
166 North 12th Street
Le Cheboigon, Moiety is operating as a art cafe featuring artists, chefs, musicians, etc.
319 Bedford Ave.
SonareKen Butler & Ed Potokar. Musical Sculpture.
Instrument Maker Concert Series.Curated by Terry Dame. Ken Butler, Bradford Reed, Adrian Romero. Permformance schedule: Sept 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, October 1, 7, 8.
Opening: Saturday September 24, 7:30.
348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Will and Weather, Kenji Fujita. September 18–October 23.
60 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 12-6 and by appointment
Of Necessity I Become an Instrument, Leslie Thornton, July 8 - September 25.
The Hollows Artspace
151 Bedford Avenue
Thursday - Sunday, 12-6pm
Erote, curated by Pırıl Gündüz. Romance with Material, Flirt with Self, Adorn the World, A speculative survey of body and its relation to garments, from the cave to the web. September 7 - October 30.
The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 218 7148
Jaws Dropping, Daniel Heidkamp. Contained in a 250-mile expanse along the Atlantic, at once snug and exposed, are the coastal sites that informed Daniel Heidkamp’s paintings for “Jaws Dropping". Sep 14 – Oct 23.
The Royal @ RSOAA
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
Platinum to Pixel: Pictorial Photographers of America Turns 100. September 10─October 2.
The Horror Show and Exhibit and Experience.A prelude to Halloween. Exhibition October 8 – October 23.
Opening: Saturday October 08, 4-6. Admission $5
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104 Green Street
Sundays from 12-5
Flippity, a solo exhibition by Elise Ferguson. The show will consist of a group of paintings made from pigmented plaster on mdf.
212R Norman Avenue
Sat and Sun 1pm-6pm
Auxiliary for Hillary. AN OFFICIAL HILLARY VICTORY FUND FUNDRAISING EVENT
Strap on Your Pantsuits! We are excited to help Hillary Clinton win this election. Please join us on September 26 for what will certainly be a vigorous debate night. You know you don’t want to watch alone, and neither do we. Art by friends of Auxiliary Projects will be on view and for sale to benefit the Hillary Victory Fund. 8pm, Drinks, snacks, and gallery view. 9pm Debate begins!!
Opening: Monday September 26, 6-8.
37 Greenpoint Ave. 4th Fl
Up Against The Wall. Organized by Aaron Hughes, Daniel Drennan, Ethan Heitner, and Kevin Caplicki. Aug 30 -Sept 27.
61 Greenpoint Ave #306; Buzzer at Entrance: 934
Fri-Sat 11-6; Sun 12-5
Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
67 West st #320
Fri and Sat 12-5
Five Holes All Smiles, Loney Abrams & Johnny Stanish, Amy Brener, Annabeth Marks, Heather Leigh McPherson, Sophy Naess, Rebecca Fin Simonetti. September 16 – October 22.
1205 Manhattan Ave Unit 1-4-1, 4th fl
Colors, by Justin Hager. September 16th-October 14th.
Owen James Gallery
61 Greenpoint Avenue, #315
Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5
Phunk, the 4-man art and design collective based in Singapore. Founded in 1994, it is composed of Jackson Tan, Alvin Tan, Melvin Chee and William Chan. September 16 - October 16.
Real Fine Arts
673 Meeker Ave
Jon Pestoni, continues his practice of working on a painting until he has reached a finished composition and then further painting over it. September 17 - October 29.
99 Norman Avenue
Wed - Saturday: 11-6 Sunday 12-6
Ron from Ronkonkoma, Robert Otto Epstein. September 10 - October 16.
The Java Project
252 Java Street, Suite #100
Tues-Thurs 2-5; Fri 4-7; Sun 4-7
Common Room, Ian Giles.
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238 Wilson Ave.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
The Plant Show, an exhibition of objects made by contemporary artists with the function of bringing plant life into the home. With: Adam Russell, Adam Frezza & Terri Chiao, B. Thom Stevenson, Charlotte Patterson, Cody Hoyt, Corey Rubin, David Franklin, Diana Lozano, Emily Wissemann, Eric Pietraszkiewicz, Future Retrieval, Jake Brodsky, Kylie White, Maggie Wong, Priscilla Jeong, Rebecca Manson, Rico Gatson, Risa Sama, Ryan Oskin, Sacha Vega, Sean Gerstley, Tommy Coleman, Zoe Fisher. Curated by Simran Johnston. July 29 – September 11.
Amos Eno Gallery
56 Bogart Street
Forces of Nature, a solo exhibition featuring new drawings and paintings by Meredith Starr. Sept 1-25
Dopplegangers, Domesticity, and Desire: An evening of performed literary works, curated by Sarah Kain Gutowski, will be a featured event during the exhibit.
Opening: Friday September 23, 7-9 .
Anthony Philip Fine Art
56 Bogart St.
It Girl, Ruth Shively. features masterfully illustrative drawings that capture the beauty and power of the 21st century woman. September 9-October 30.
109 Ingraham Street, suite 102
646 331 3162
Thu - Sat 12 - 6
No Safe Harbor, Juliette Dumas. Project Room: Tara Kopp Model Lives.
Sept 7-Oct 5.
299 Meserole Street
Saturdays & Sundays, 12 – 6PM
Black and White, and Re(a)d All Over: Part II. Works by: by Angela Strassheim, Royce Weatherly, Don Hamerman, Michael David, Michael A. Robinson, Gareb Shamus, Douglas Degges, Bonnie Rychlak, Peter Hopkins, Charles Clough, Michael McKeown, Saul Ostrow, Curtis Andrews, Brian Gaman, Julie Langsam, George Horner, Elizabeth Saveri, Bob Seng, Karen Hesse Flatow, Judy Richardson, MiHyun Kang, Jeanne Silverthorne, Maria Scrivan, and Maria Kreyn. Curated by Peter Hopkins and Janet Goleas. September 16th - October 16th, 2016
Black & White Gallery / Project Space
Landscape FeaturesJulian Montague's paintings take as their subject the geological features and events that shape the physical landscape of the earth.
Alicia Ross, The Distress of Uncertainty series explores themes of neurosis relating to the physical body and its connection to identity and sexuality.
Sept 9- Oct 28. Opening Reception: Friday, September 9, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
56 Bogart St.
Fresco Remastered + Gold Unchained, is a nod to the artists’ shared histories in working with high-end wall finishes: Venetian Plaster being a specific overlap. Alise Loebelsohn and Paul Catalanotto. Sept 9-Oct 2nd.
Prism Break.Artist's talk
Opening: Thursday September 22, 7pm.
5 Central Ave
Tuesday – Saturday from 11-5
Gentle Existential, A solo exhibition by Michelle Blade. September 15 - October 6.
The Echo's Decay, new works by Jake Scharbach. In Scharbach's hands, our society is under thorough scrutiny as he raises unexpected comparisons that span the millennia of western civilization. Oct. 14 – Nov. 5.
Opening: Friday October 14, 6-9.
Bushwick Open Studios
56 BOGART STREET
Opening NIghtat DAVID & SCHWEITZER CONTEMPORARY
Opening: Friday September 30, 6-9.
C L E A R I N G
396 Johnson Avenue
718 456 0396
Wednesday - Sunday 12-6pm
We're Good Men, An exhibition of new works by Calvin Marcus. September 9, 2016 - October 23.
Christopher Stout Gallery
TEMPORARY LOCATION: 119 Ingraham Street
Trump Tombstone, Brian Andrew Whiteley. (See Temporary Storage Gallery for details)
Opening: Friday September 23, 6-10.
David Schweitzer Contemporary
56 Bogart Street
Seeking Space: Making the Future, as well as the launch of the new book Making History Bushwick, on the eve of Bushwick Open Studios, October 1-2, when most studios will be open from 11am-7pm. Exhibition runs through October 16. Please consider listing and assigning coverage for these upcoming events in Brooklyn.
Opening: Friday September 30, 6-9.
Sentient Migrations, Works by: Juan Eduardo Gomez. September 8th - 25th.
Opening reception Thursday, Sept 8th 6-10 PM
56 Bogart St, lower level
718 417 0783
Come Close To How I Feel With The Wild VisionsAlexandre Joly
September 9 - October 15.
Friday Studio Gallery
350 Scholes St., Studio 204, 2nd fl., Brooklyn.
917 974 9664
Fridays, 3PM till 8 PM
Hours 3 to 8 PM Fridays now in effect-
"Autumnal Equinox""Autumnal Equinox" An eclectic group show.
Now till 9/30/2016
"Harvest of Dreams 2016""Harvest of Dreams 2016" An eclectic group show.
10/7 to 10/28/2016
Opening: Friday October 07, 6 - 8 PM.
56 Bogart St. #1E
The Conclusion, New works by Rafael Fuchs. Show: May 20th-July.
Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
1002 Metropolitan Avenue, #21
Jerry Blackman and Jim Gaylord.October 1, 6–9 pm:
Opening: Saturday October 01, 6-9.
56 Bogart St.
Plot Points, featuring work by Justin Amrhein, Justin Cooper, Caroline Larsen, Amy Lincoln, Lisa Sanditz, Clayton Schiff, Paul Wackers, and Michael Wetzel.
976 Grand St., Studio D
Charting Absurd, Nina Komel. Curated by Nataša Prljević. September 23-25
Opening: Friday September 23, 6-9.
Surburban Nightmare, a solo exhibition by New York based artist Alanna Vanacore. The show will be on view from Aug 12th to Sept 9th
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Wednesday - Friday, 12:00 - 6:00
Yours Truly, Georgia Brown by Raque Ford. September 14th through October 11th.
788 Woodward Avenue
Sunday from 12-5pm
Disaster in Potato Valley, Betty Roytburd and Filip Olszewski.
Opening: Saturday September 24, 7-10.
52-19 Flushing Ave. (Maspeth Queens)
Saturdays and Sundays 2-6
Cold Open Verse, Poet Transmit and Blonde Art Books are teaming up to present an exhibition with a dynamic program consisting of theatrical trailers, self-produced commercials and live broadcast performances with a focus on art and poetry publications. Sep 8 – 18.
1623 Hancock St. Ridgewood
Saturday & Sunday 1- 6
Cup of Sugar, Works on display by: Ben Pritchard, Ben La Rocco, Linnea Paskow, Fran O'Neill, James Prez, Melissa Staiger. August 27 - September 25.
12 Cypress Avenue
Lara Nasser, September 16 – October 23
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
This Brutal World, new paintings by Jeff Elrod. Elrod’s practice is rooted in the tradition of American twentieth-century abstract painting. He began painting abstractions inspired by supergraphics and video game imagery in the early 1990s. September 9 – October 23.
1329 Willoughby Ave #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
stands still, F.P. Boué. September 10 – October 16.
88 Pine Street, in Cypress Hills
Sat and Sun
Paracosm: new worlds in glassFrida Fjellman, Kim Harty, David King, Erica Rosenfeld, Brett Swenson, Benjamin Wright. Curated by Suzanne Peck and Erin O’Connor. Sept 11-Oct 23.
56 Bogart Street (Basement Galleries)
Thu - Sun, 12-6pm
Arctic, Future Relics, Arctic, Future Relics is a solo exhibition by Vanessa Albury. In the summer of 2014, Albury traveled on a Barkentine sailboat around Svalbard, Norway and the Arctic Ocean, 10 degrees latitude south of the North Pole. Taking day trips to glaciers and uninhabited islands, Albury documented the shifting, icy landscapes with a pinhole camera, 4 x 5 negatives, and the arctic light. Her resulting sculptural photographs—which integrate Canadian driftwood and found lumber from abandoned homes in Buffalo, NY— fixes geological time and the effects of climate change onto fragile prints, bare and exposed.
229 Cook Street
Hue(s)pace, Debra Ramsay. Sept 9-Oct 9.
Opening: Sunday October 02, 3pm. Artist's talk
a white room, choreographed by Julia Gleich. Two seven minute performances of the world premier.
Opening: Saturday October 01, 6pm.
Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Respectability Politics, Alexander Barton, Todd Bienvenu, Jen Hitchings, Kenya Johnson, Kat JK Lee, Julian Lorber, Nao Matsumoto, Ash Thayer, Sophia Wallace. September 9 – October 2. Curated by Julian A. Jimarez Howard
Outpost Artists Resources
1665 Norman St
Made in Ridgewood, Work by two groups of artists: the Ridgewood Artists Coalition, a loose amalgamation of artists who meet regularly to discuss and promote work by people who live and work in the neighborhood, along with the residents of OUTPOST Artists Resources, that houses five artists and musicians. On view: October 1-15, 2016, noon-6pm.
Opening: Saturday October 01, 12-7.
254 Johnson Avenue
1-6 Saturdays and Sundays
Ambient Occlusion, a three-person show featuring new work by Sonya Blesofsky, Clive Murphy and Zachary Norman. September 16 – October 23.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
All That No One Sees , an exhibition of new drawings, photography, video and sculpture by Pancho Westendarp, who seeks to analyze relationships between time, space, memory and movement. September 9 - October 23.
286 Stanhope Street
Cosmic Spandex, Andy Cross. September 10 - October 9.
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
Verging On, Matt Kleberg. Sept 17th-Oct 23rd.
260 Johnson Avenue
347 746 8457
Drill, Aidan Koch and Madeline Hollander. August 27th - October 2nd.
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
Fend Off, Dumitro Gorzo. Sept 9- Oct 9.
56 Bogart Street
Thursday - Monday, 12-6pm
Debbie Rasiel: The Vacationers.Lisa Fischetti: Fractured.Project Space – Nadja Verena Marcin: Cinema Pirata – How To Undress in Front of Your Husband. September 8 – October 9.
Songs for Presidents
1673 Gates Avenue (basement) Ridgewood, NY
Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 6
Pas / Paso / PasaNicky Santamaria. July 15 – August 7.
Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
Electric Caresses, curated by Diana Buckley featuring Joe Ballweg, Paul DeMuro, Margaux Ogden and Erika Ranee.
The Manipulation of Authenticity, Jeff Cylkowski, curated by Amani Olu. September 30-October 23
opening: Friday, September 30, 6-9 pm
Opening: Friday September 30, 6-9.
55 Meadow Street # 310
Mixed Business, a solo exhibition of New York painter, Matthew Neil Gehring. September 3 - September 25.
56 Bogart St.
Tim Spelios, September 9 - October 9.
Endless Broken Tim, the fractured edition. Matt Freedman and Tim Spelios. Performance.
Opening: Saturday September 24, 8pm.Pretext Reading SeriesOpening: Sunday September 25, 4pm.
Temporary Storage Gallery
119 Ingraham St., ground floor
Thursday-Sunday, 12-6 pm
The Donald J. Trump TombstoneTemporary Storage gallery is hosting Christopher Stout Gallery for a show. Solo show by Brian Andrew Whiteley. September 23rd through October 9th.
Opening: Friday September 23, 6-10.
The Living Gallery
Wednesdays & Fridays 1-5pm
Shrink Show! Opening: Tuesday September 27, 7-10.Wholesale Painting & Casket Emporium: Solo So by Sara L Jackson.
Opening: Monday September 26, 7-10.
791 Bushwick Ave
What a World, What A World, Featuring: Anna Rosen, Caroline Cox, Jane Benson, Harry Finkelstein, Matt Freedman & Jude Tallichet, Ron Baron, Donna Huanca. Curated by Luisa Caldwell. October 1, 2016 - November 6.
Opening: Friday October 07, 6-9 pm .
The Third Policeman
1535 Decatur St
(917) 499 2321
Thurs - Sun 1 - 6
An Ideal Shape Which Haunts the Brain. Ruth Höflich / Suzanne Mooney / Jason Peters. Exhibition runs through 21 October
56 Bogart Street
Deux Côtés / Two Sides. Part I. in collaboration with Galerie Jean Fournier, Paris. September 9 – October 16.
1030 Metropolitan Ave
Saturdays 2 – 7
The Game: The Game. Angela Washko, an immersive installation and platform to experience the first chapter of a video game presenting the practices of several prominent seduction coaches. August 27th – October 8th
1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A
Friday 6-9pm, Weekends 12-6pm
Waterlogged, Erik Benson,Jon Elliott, Frank Webster. September 16 – October 16.
1329 Willoughby Ave, #2
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
Lost Cause, Curated by Alex Paik. Works by Alex Arzt, Sophia Chai, Jeff Fichera, Mark Lombardi, Rod Malin, Andrew Prayzner, Mia Rosenthal, and Curtis Wallen. September 16 – October 16.
Opening: Thursday September 22, 3-6. Performance: Off the Record by Juliane Zelwies.
Exchange Rates: Dissolution, Featuring: Annette Sonnewend, Simone Häckel, Charlotte Bastian, Julia Krewani, Bettina Weiß, Juliane Zelwies. October 20 – 23
Opening: Thursday October 20, 6-9.
87 Richardson St.
Sat-Sun 1pm - 6pm
Dead Reckoning, Ron Graff. September 17- October 16.
56 Bogart Street
American Vanitas, new mixed media work from Joe Nanashe. Through Oct 16.
1109 Dekalb Ave
Murmur, An exploration of drawing and music as a sculptural installation,
by Wayfarers Summer artist-in-residence, Jee Young Sim.
long lost, new sculpture by David (scout) McQueen. September 30-October 23.
Opening: Friday September 30, .
424 Gates Ave.
+1 201 396 7642
Th-Sun 12 PM - 5 PM
Local Atonement: A nutshell study of unexplained death.Wickerham & Lomax. September 22nd - October 23rd.
Opening: Saturday September 24, 7-10.
Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
Our City, a contemporary artists that examines the components that make up a neighborhood. Children will take on the roles of urban planners, artists, architects, and visionaries as they talk about the places they call home. Our City includes artwork by Aisha Cousins, Brooklyn Hi-Art Machine (Oasa Duverney and Mildred Beltre), Elizabeth Hamby, James Rojas, Priscilla Stadler, and Rusty Zimmerman. March 10 to September 4.
112 Rogers Ave. #2
24 hours window
False Deities, Curated By Jim Butler, works of three artists concerned with ideas of supra-human beings: Becky Kinder, Carl D’Alvia, and JoAnne Carson. September 25-October 23.
Opening: Sunday September 25, 5-8.
495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
Stories from Satellites, an animated fusion of oceanic science fiction and kitchen-sink narratives by Adam Shecter. September 24 - October 16, 2016
Opening: Saturday September 24, 7 - 10.
Richard Beavers Gallery
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First Thursday Gallery WalkAll galleries and cultural institutions stay open late.
Opening: Thursday October 06, 6-9.
155 Plymouth Street
Filtering, Yun Shin. September 8-October 9.
Art In General
145 Plymouth Street
Sea of Living Memories, Ieva Epnere. Curated by Zane Onckule. September 17– November 5.
Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street
Fri, Sun 12 – 5; Sat 10 – 5
Truman Capote’s Brooklyn: The Lost Photographs of David Attie, July 20, 2016 - July 2017.
Hidden in Plain Sight: Portraits of Hunger in NYC
November 5, 2015 - November 13. Brooklyn-based photojournalist Joey O'Loughlin has spent over two years documenting Food Banks. Unlocking Two Revolutionary War Era Maps: The Ratzer Maps at BHS. April 9-Spring 2016. Unlocking Two Revolutionary War Era Maps: The Ratzer Maps at BHS. Sewers: What's Up Down There?
79 Hudson Avenue
Buddha, group show featuring the work of artists from Thailand, India and USA. August 29 - Oct. 2.
All Things With Love, Tsaura Litsky - recent small-scale collages, Oct. 6-30.
Opening: Thursday October 06, .
Issue Project Room
22 Boerum Place
After 9 Evenings: A 50th Anniversary Celebration, a dynamic series of performances, talks, screenings, and workshops
Opening: Sunday September 25, 8pm.
89 Water Street
Slovak Press Photo.September 19 – October 1
Long Island University/Salena Gallery
LIU Brooklyn 1 University Plaza Brooklyn,
9-6pm (m-f) & 12-6 (Sat.)
Unconditional Paint, Anne Sherwood Pundyk. September 6 – October 28, in the Salena Gallery.
16 Main St.
Leslie Roberts. September 10 - October 29
92 Plymouth St
Two Solo Exhibitions: Ghost of a Dream and Bobby Neel AdamsSeptember 24 - October 30.
Open Studios at Smack MellonParticipating Artists: Mike Crane, Nona Faustine, Cate Giordano, Erica Magrey, Joiri Minaya, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Work Exchange Artist: Tyler Henry. Saturday, September 24, 12-8pm. Sunday, September 25, 12-6pm
Opening: Saturday September 24, 5-8pm. Artists’ Reception
United Photo Industries
16 Main St.
Monday - Friday, 11-6
When I Grow Up poignantly captures the hopes and dreams of young people affected by humanitarian crises through the work of photographers Vincent Tremeau and Meredith Hutchison.
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490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Sarah Lutz | Ilene Sunshine. Sept 24- October 30.
Opening: Saturday September 24, 6-9.
Brooklyn Workshop Gallery
393 Hoyt Street
Thurs-Fri 1 - 6, Sat-Sun 11 - 7
Court Tree Collective
371 Court Street
TasteMakers II will feature art created by emerging and established artists who portray food visually or conceptually in their work.
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
50 States, is a new series of work by husbands (and collaborating artists) Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin. It is the culmination of two years of on-the-ground research and development in the three states. In a Post-World : Post-Punk Art Now brings together artists and authors, many of whose works are linked to the ideology, ethics and aesthetics of the punk movement. Sept 10- Oct 22.
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Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
321 Washington Avenue
Evan Whale, September 2016.
Opening: Saturday September 24, 6-8.
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment
Next Wave Art celebrates its 15th season by turning over a variety of BAM spaces to site-specific installations and exhibitions. The walls and arches of the Dorothy W. Levitt Lobby of the Peter Jay Sharp Building are transformed by works from New York-based artists Esther Ruiz and Lauren Clay. Additionally, New Photography—a group exhibition split across the Natman Room and Diker Gallery Café—explores the many lenses through which contemporary artists approach photography. Sept 6- Dec 23
Opening: Tuesday October 04, .
647 Fulton Street
Material Cultures, a group exhibition featuring the work of eight contemporary visual artists who engage with and respond to essential elements of textile: weaving, pattern, draping, embellishing, and wearing. Featuring: Laura Anderson Barbata, Xenobia Bailey, Lucia Cuba, Adrian Esparza, Elana Herzog, Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, Sophia Narrett, and Marela Zacarias.
Summer Art Social.
Guild Greene Gallery
281 Greene Avenue
Thurs-Sat, 2-8, Sun, 12-6
Jazzy Junk Sculpture, These sculptures by Kris Krohn are an amalgam of found objects from the streets of NYC and rural America.
80 Hanson Place
Selections from Negrophilia, by Damon Davis August 4 – November 6
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
spaces, Karin Hirokawa, 9/21-9/25.
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
HADSA (History of Art and Design Student Association) Lecture, Claire Bishop will present the first lecture of the Fall 2016 season, “Black Box, White Cube: Fifty Shades of Grey.” A critical analysis of live performance in the museum, Bishop moves beyond the economic critiques of performance and addresses its relationship to technology, temporality, and the public.
Opening: Wednesday September 21, 6:30.David Weinrib Memorial Exhibition, September 15–24.
647 Fulton Street
Hot Glass, Cold Beer.Fundraiser
Opening: Saturday September 24, 7-11.Hackensack Dreaming, Nancy Cohen. Curated by Midori Yoshimoto. September 7- November 5.
Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Tumbled Sky, Gail Flanery, September 15 - October 16.
Max Blagg: A reading by the legendary downtown poet
and Englishman in New York
Opening: Friday September 23, 7pm.
Shapeshifter Lab 18 Whitwell Place, Brooklyn
Art Slope is a nine-day free, multi-arts festival taking over historic Park Slope, Brooklyn. September 17 - 25, 2016
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present July 15–Jan 8. Disguise: Masks and Global African Art. 04/ 29–09/18. Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective, 1999–2016. 04/ 21–09/14. This Place, This Place explores the complexity of Israel and the West Bank, as place and metaphor, through the eyes of twelve internationally acclaimed photographers. 02/12-06/05. Agitprop! connects contemporary art devoted to social change with historic moments in creative activism, highlighting activities that seek to motivate broad and diverse publics. Through 08/07. Stephen Powers: Coney Island Is Still Dreamland (To a Seagull). Through 08/21.
Brooklyn Public Library
10 Grand Army Plaza, Information Commons Lab, 1st floor
ARTHODOX: The Freedom of Choosing Restriction. A film screening and discussion. This film explores the two different life concepts of Efroim (Seth) Snyder (photos on right), a New York visual artist from a secular Jewish background who adopted the Hasidic life style as a young adult. It probes his search for identity and the influence of his religious commitment on his artistic life.
Opening: Wednesday September 21, 7-8:30 pm.
524 Court Street
Fri & Sat 12-6pm and by appointment
No art exhibitions this summer but there will be improvised screenings and performances, please check CathouseProper.com for details.
558 St. John's Place
IWE presents the three dimensional mandala works by Larry Weekes. Weekes practices revolves around the idea that we are all interconnected. He sees his mandala collages as depictions of "individual energies" and "unique cells", that can be combined to create "organisms of universal beauty".
IWE is on view from Sept.10 - Oct.16
Beat Festival's poetry reading
Opening: Wednesday September 21, 7pm.
Ground Floor Gallery
343 5th Street (off 5th Avenue)
Thurs-Fri, 2-6 Sat 12-6, Sun 12-5
ASSEMBLY DESIRED.September 16 – Sunday, October 9th. In conjunction with Art Slope – a nine-day arts festival throughout the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn – Ground Floor Gallery presents, “Assembly Desired,” a group exhibition featuring local artists ALLIE REX, ELSIE KAGAN, MIE YIM, and RHIA HURT.
Opening: Thursday September 22, 6-8:30.
Morbid Anatomy Museum
424A 3rd Ave (Corner of 7th St)
Taxidermy: Art, Science & Immortality Featuring Walter Potter's Kitten's Wedding. Curated by J. D. Powe, Text by J. D. Powe and Evan Michelson. September 1 – November 6.
306 17th St.
Boa Mistura: Spread Love, It's The Brooklyn WayBoa Mistura presents "Spread Love, It’s The Brooklyn Way," an exhibit at Open Source Gallery in conjunction with a series of murals throughout South Slope.
Dimensions Variable: Multidisciplinary, Artists in the exhibition include: Naomi Fisher (BFI); Kristen Thiele, Robert Thiele, Francesco Casale (Bridge Red Studios); Frances Trombly, Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova (Dimensions Variable); Francie Bishop Good, Michelle Weinberg, Sarah Michelle Rupert (Girls’ Club); Domingo Castillo, Loriel Beltran (Noguchi Breton). September 1-24
i Collective: Once Upon Unfolding TimesIn 1851, French physicist Leon Foucault presented the Foucault´s pendulum at the Paris Observatory, a simple experiment to demonstrate and visualize the rotation of the Earth. In order to make the slow change visible, Foucault spread sand on the floor. The tip of the pendulum traced out its current path on the sand. As time passes, an observer would have the impression that the pendulum changes the direction of its swing, while in fact it is the Earth below the pendulum’s plane that rotates. Foucault pendulum is an artifice based on the supposition that, while the world around us is rotating, a single point in the universe–the one from which the pendulum is hanging–is still. As in Foucault’s experiment, societies create a fiction called reality that seems to be immovable.
The steady writing on the sand produced by time is the starting point for a hypnotic tour through a fictional city, in which the individual and the collective merge in order to imagine the possible, enjoy the unpredictable, and write history. With the help of a hypnotist, on weekends throughout Once Upon Unfolding Times i Collective will invite visitors to submerge into parallel universes and take pleasure in envision a city that is constantly being re-shaped by the forces of each community member. Casualties, causalities, futures and pasts compound a history that is not based on the fear of the Other but on the joy of sharing with the others.
Opening: Saturday October 01, 2-7pm.
Ortega y Gasset Projects
363 Third Avenue
1-6pm, Sat & Sun
On Knowing Unknowing: A Material Narrative.Nancy Azara, Yevgeniy Fiks, Maia Cruz Palileo, Sun You. October 1st - 30th.
Opening: Saturday October 08, 6pm.The Shifting Space Around Us, Megan and Murray McMillan. August 27 — Sept 25. The Skirt, OyG's site specific space: Don't Shower When It Rains, Emily Kloppenburg. August 27 — November.
165 7th Street
Madeleine Altmann. Sep 9-Oct 7.
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Paper Pushers, Guest Curated by Rob de Oude & Mel Prest. Participating Artists: Sarah Bednarek, Hedwig Brouckaert, Joan Grubin, Nils Karsten, Paul Loughney, Francesca Pastine, Zachary Royer Scholz, Viviane Rombaldi, Seppey, Oriane Stender, Lawrence Swan. September 23-November 4th. Opening Sept 23, 7-9.
Opening: Friday September 23, 7:30.
400 3rd Avenue
Falling In, Curated by Melissa Staiger. With Jessica Dalrymple, Christina Kelly & Amy Sohn, Deanna Lee, Lizbeth Mitty, Rachel Wren. Oct 1-22.
Opening: Saturday October 01, 7-9.Death: A Summer Show: August 11th - September 16th.
Kingsborough Art Museum
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd
Annual Art Faculty Exhibition. (September 21 - October 12, 2016)
Shaping a Vision: American Sculptors in their Studios. (October 26 - November 16, 2016)
Bisa Butler: Return to Me (November 23 - December 21, 2016)
201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
NARS Studio Exhibition. September 9 - 24.
Opening: Saturday September 24, 12-6.
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499 Van Brunt St
Brooklyn Is, Up Against the Wall, The really, really Affordable Art $how, and Grand Installations
Opening: Saturday September 24, 1-6.
Hot Wood Arts
481 Van Brunt Street, Unit 9B (second floor)
What's left behind- a gallery exhibition with Jane Huntington and Cynthia Ruse
September 25th – October 16th,
Opening: Saturday September 24, 6-11.
Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
Language Landscape, Golnar Adili. September 9 - October 23.
57 Wolcott St
Bad Doctor, an exhibition by Eric Mistretta, from September 9 – October 2.
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
The Present is the Form of All Life, The Time Capsules of Ant Farm and LST. Featuring a panel discussion with the artists of LST: Chip Lord, Bruce Tomb, and Curtis Schreier
Second Sundays, 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.
290 Conover Street, Pier 44
On the Waterfront, Oil and Pastels Paintings by Peter Eagleton. August 23 - October 29.
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