--WILLIAMSBURG EVERY SECOND, FRIDAY--
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.
Opening: Friday May 09, 7-9.
Spinning Fiction,Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez, Claudine Anrather, Sarah Bedford, Julie Kirkpatrick, Judy Mannarino, Claire McConaughy. April 12-27.
483 Driggs Ave.
Tues-Fri, 2-8, Sat & Sun 12-9.
7 Dunham Place
7 Dunham Place
Recess, curated by Gessica Lesser and Beatrice Shen. Featuring: Liza Farrell, John Garcia, Sara Griffin, and Charlie Masson. March 28 - April 11.
101 Grand St.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
also by appointment.
Surface Complex, topographical drawings & sculptural moires by Ellen Grossman has been extended through April 20.
Paintings and Drawings, Amalia Piccinini & Tim Main. April 25-May 18. The gallery will be closed over the Memorial Day weekend, May 23 - 25.
Opening: Friday April 25, 6-9.WINTEREISE, JOHN KOOS; New Paintings , May 30 - June 22;
Opening: Friday May 30, 6-9. AVETE DISCIPULI The annual exhibition of art students graduating from The Brooklyn Latin School, June 26 - July 6; reception June 26, 6 - 8 pm
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.
158 Roebling Street
The Devil's Carnival, Devin Clark | Anthony Freda, 2-Person Exhibition. March 7th - March 30th, 2014
Thoughtfully arranged artifacts of NYC’s history.
Drawing Perspective: The Cartoon Genius of Burris Jenkins Jr.examines cartoons published in New York City during the mid-20th century
through May 31,
566 Lorimer St. #1FR
Tues – Sat, 1–7
Endangered Artists, The artists are big, the cause is even bigger! The Asian Elephant Art & Conservation Project (AEACP) presents Endangered Artists, an exhibition of artwork and fashion created by elephants with a presentation on the current plight facing Asian Elephants.
168 North 6th St.
Liar, Liar, Meridith McNeal & Giuseppe Di Lelio. March 8-May 4.
Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Nearly West, photographs by Austin based artist Walker Pickering. In this series Pickering reflects on the subtleties in the landscape and culture from West Texas to the Southern regions of the US.. April 4-27
Adaptation, Thomas Broadbent.
Opening: Friday May 02, 7-9.
19 Hope St
Out of the Sea and Into the Woods, new paintings and works on paper by Michele Basora.
March 14-April 13.
Unbridled Muses, Nathaniel Balka.
256 N. 9th St
Sat-Sun 1-6pm, and by appointment
The End of Oil,Drawings, paintings and text from a book in progress by Maggie Fishman. May 2-11th.
Opening: Friday May 02, 6-8.Opening: Friday May 09, . Second Friday
339 Bedford Ave
Drawn, ceramic sculpture by Ulrika Stromback. March 14 - April 13.
177 North 9th St.
The Way You Look Is the Way I Feel, Reed Anderson's exuberant cut paintings on paper, as he refers to them, and his on-going “Papa Object” project. These works range from medium to large scale. 21 March – 27 April.
Mountain Girl Door, Kim Jones, This exhibition will include drawings and paintings on paper begun as early as 1971 and completed in 2013–2014, following Jones’ uncommon habit of allowing work he considers incomplete to sit, sometimes for years, working back into them from time to time until he is satisfied with the results. Also included will be recently completed war drawings, and three new sculptures: Doll House, Baby, and Rat Ball. Doll House was constructed by Jones early in his career as a functional, three-level doll house. He later painted over the structure and created a labyrinthine war drawing inside, each floor housing a separate battle. 2 May-8 June.
Opening: Friday May 02, 7-9.
158 Roebling Street
Mon - Fri, 6pm - Midnight, Sat-Sun 1pm - Midnight
It's Just BYZ,Tom Fitzgibbon, Spencer Fitzgibbon, Denise Corley.
Opening: Friday April 25, 7-9.
722 Metropolitan Ave, Second Fl
Forgive Me I Love You, Claudia Bitran, Filip Olzewski, Michelle Rawlings. Curated by Hilary Doyle & Reid Hitt. March 8–30.
28 Frost Street
Wed– Sat, 1-7 Sun, 2-6
Of Landscape, looks into the artificial and unstable images represented by the aestheticized idea of landscapes. Featuring: Melissa F. Clarke and Genevieve Hoffman, Floating Point Collective, Nicolas Rupcich, and Andrea Wolf. 3/28 – 5/11
Performance, Melissa F. Clark and a collaborative performance by Audra Wolowiec and Jeanann Dara. Clarke is a New York based, interdisciplinary artist who often works across mediums as a way to look at hybridizations of wilderness and technological spaces
Opening: Thursday April 24, 7-9.
performanceMay 1st, Jacob Kirkegaard and Aki Onda.
319 Bedford Ave.
Charles Thomas | Scott Williams, paintings. March 22-April 20.
540 Driggs Avenue
Wed-Fri, 12-7; Sat-Sun, 11-7
On Its Way, Featuring: David Adika, Pablo Frisk and Susan Morelock.
Undercover, Group exhibition with: Ruvan, Wijesooriya and Albert Grøndahl.
Opening: Thursday April 24, .
Skink Ink Editions
177 North 10th Street, Room G
917 536 8347
Cris Cleen, Erotica by this brooklyn based tattoo artist and illustrator that plays on the film noir aesthetic of Louise Brooks and the writing of Anais Nin.
348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Kristan Kennedy meets a clock, April 27 - June 8.
Opening: Sunday April 27, 6-8.
60 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 12-6 and by appointment
Devil's Dust, Amanda Friedman & Alissa McKendrick. 21 February - 23 March.
191 North 14th St
Archives of the Collective, Selected works by Pratt Second-Year M.F.A. Candidates, Curated by Omar Lopez Chahoud. 11 – 25 April.
Seven Video, Melanie Bonajo, Daniel Canogar, Kate Gilmore, Wojciech Gilewicz, William Lamson, Rafaël Rozendaal, Rico Gatson. 2-11 May
Opening: Friday May 02, 7-9.David Brody, 16 May – 13 July.
Opening: Friday May 16, 7-9.
The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 218 7148
Kika Karadi, A departure from Karadi’s earlier paintings inspired by 1930’s and 40’s film noir and horror cinema, the “OPM” works presented in the exhibition are large-scale, monotonal paintings derived from the practice of automatic drawing. Mar 4 - Apr 27.
244 North 6th St
Thurs-Fri 5-7, Sat-Sun 12-6
Devotional Spaces, Curated by Chuck Webster. Featuring: Jessica Dickinson, Amy Jacobs, Ben Gocker, Chris Martin, Glenn Goldberg, Ross Simonini. March 28–April 26.
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
JART 4th, Japanese Emerging Artists Exhibition. Feb 28-March 9.
67 West St #203
Rare Forms, featuring works by Adams Puryear, Claire Typaldos, and Vincent Stracquadanio. Themes of oddity and abstraction of form are prevalent throughout this presentation of 2D and 3D works. Apr 4 - May 2.
Fowler Project Space
67 West Street, Unit 216
Who’s Taylor Swift Anyway? a group exhibition curated by Elizabeth Grammaticas. This exhibition seeks to explore our relationship to celebrity through embodiments of the pop-fictional character, Taylor Swift. With: Elizabeth Grammaticas, Lauren Kaelin, Elisa Kresigner, Torie Leigh, Jennifer McDermott, and Chris Tyler. Mar. 28 - April 13.
1205 Manhattan Ave. Suite 241, 4th Fl
Saturday and Sunday 12-5
Bad Fog / Martos Gallery, Bill Adams, Antoniadis and Stone, David Armacost, Liz Craft, Jennie Jieun Lee, Jesse Littlefield, Dan McCarthy, Ross Simonini. Curated by Eddie Martinez. Jan 9-Feb 15.
154 Huron Street
Saturday and Sunday, 1-6pm
big window | little field, curated by Georgia Elrod, Sarada Rauch and Baris Gokturk. A participatory work all month long
Zachary Fabri, Float Masters, Christina Freeman, K. J. Holmes, David Kagan, Shaun Leonardo, Dhira Rauch, Samita Sinha.
Opening: Friday April 25, 6-9.
205 Norman Ave.
718 383 9380
Saturday & Sunday 1-6 pm,
Are you from around here? Elizabeth Hazan. March 28 - April 27.
Opening: Saturday April 26, 5-7.Straitjacket Kaleidoscope, David Ambrose. May 2 - June 2.
Opening: Friday May 02, 7-9pm .
223 Franklin St
Sat-Sun 1-7pm, and by appointment
Recent Works, Ben Berlow. April 12 – May 18.
Real Fine Arts
673 Meeker Ave
Paintings Without Borders, Ned Vena, March 8 - April 19.
Andrei Koschmieder, May 10 - June 14, Opening May 10, 7-10. Morag Keil, June 28 - July 27, Opening June 28, 7-10.
147 India St.
Thurs-Fri 1-7, Sat 1-5
On The Wall, Featuring Jamie Hef, Jerkface, Phetus, Demi. Through April 20.
160 Randolph St
Peristalsis, curated by Paulina Bębecka and Marcin Ramocki. Featuring works by: Mia Brownell, Sean Joseph Patrick Carney, Oasa DuVerney, Lucia Love, Wojtek Doroszuk, Matt Freedman, Kenneth Tin Kin Hung, Mimi Kim, Saeri Kiritani, Ronald Reyes and Jude Tallichet. March 29–May 11.
Land Where People Appear and Disappear at the Same Time, multimedia artist Michael Stickrod. February 28th - April 6th.
Amos Eno Gallery
The Loom-1087 Flushing Avenue, Suite 120
The Continuation of Life, Gwen Shockey, utilizing a combination of needlework and drawing on paper, Shockey explores queer eroticism and the pursuit for structure in love and desire using fairy tales, myths and other stories from her childhood as complex templates for moral and bodily etiquette. April 3 - 27.
Vision/Re-Vision, Walter Zimmerman. May 1 - 25
Opening: Sunday May 25, 6-9. Closing reception
566 Johnson Avenue, Studio 27
Thick with Cold, Monica Haak, Matthew Shelley, Aaron Williams paintings, collages and photographs exploring the broad theme of “The Landscape” in a progressive distortion between actual depiction, fragmentation, and abstraction of ubiquitous imagery. March 22 - April 13.
2 St. Nicholas Ave.
Sat and Sun 1pm-6pm
Middle Ass Bad Age, Rhode Island-based painter Sue McNally presents eight years of unsparing self portrait drawings. March 21-April 27.
Brooklyn Fire Proof Gallery
119 Ingraham Street
Best Case Scenario, the inaugural show at Brooklyn Fire Proof’s new “Long Hall” exhibition space. Participating artists will utilize the 15 permanent exhibition cases fabricated for this unique hallway venue. With: Nancy Baker, Lauren Collings, Bruce Dow, Dana Kane, Eliot Markell, Norma Markley, Ellie Murphy, Katherine Powers, Jim Prez, Elizabeth Riley, Romy Scheroder, Lars Swan, Jeanne Tremel, Joanne Ungar, Cibele Vieira.
114 Forrest St, alley entrance
Seven Year Anniversary Group Show, Featuring: Carter Davis, Vilaykorn Sayaphet, Tescia Seufferlein, Jim Herbert, Andy Piedilato, Dark Cloud, Andrew Hurst, Sarah Paulson, Holly Faurot, Peter Dobill, Steven Thompson, Don Pablo Pedro, Rob Andrews, Judith Supine, Lenny Reibstein, UFO, Austin Thomas, Jason Andrew, Loren Munk, Michael Alan, Giles Thompson, David Pappaceno, Jason Peters, Brent Owens, Your Mom, Andrew Ohanesian, Debby Brown
Opening: Saturday April 26, 6-9.
ET AL Projects
56 Bogart St.
Open Container, Anthony Palocci Jr. March 7 - April 6.
56 Bogart St, lower level
OutRun, Jeff Feld, Helmut Smits, Victor M. Sosa and Andrea Suter. March 28 - April 25
Opening: Monday April 28, 7-9.
56 Bogart St, lower level
Holy Cow, Alexandre Joly, Allison Maletz, Andrea Moreau and Magdalen Wong. Febrary 15 - March 21.
Friday Studio Gallery
56 Bogart St., 1st fl., Brooklyn.
718 821 2180
Friday, 3PM till 8 PM
Recycled SoulsAn eclectic group show- 4/4 to 4/25.
Curated by Lisandra Gomez
Featuring: Wayne Stokes, Nick Vidovich + Melt Wreckage
56 Bogart St. #1E
Up Close and Personal, Adrian Chesser, Amy Elkins, Annie Leibovitz, Ca, Carolyn Marks Blackwood, Dana Hoey, David Carol, Dawoud Bey, Jennifer Loeber, Jeremy Kost, Jon Feinstein, Lisa Levy, Luis Carle, Michal Chelbin, Mona Kuhn, Rafael Fuchs, Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Sheri Lyn Behr, Timothy Briner "Up, Close & Personal" curated by Ruben Natal-San Miguel. Through May 13
Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
Incident Magazine, Official Launch Date! Focused on the exploration and documentation of performance art.
Incident Magazine, Symposium Plus Performances. Fri, Apr 25 - Sat, Apr 26.
Opening: Friday April 25, 7- 10. Incident Magazine, Post-Performance Magazine Launch Recovery Sun, Apr 27, 3-6
17-17 Troutman #258
If that's the name wewl do the same: Kristen Jensen + Nicholas Moenich. April 5th - May 11.
56 Bogart St.
vertical hallway and her attendants, a solo installation by Lars van Dooren encompassing the breadth of the gallery. April 25th-May 25th.
Opening: Friday April 25, 5-10.
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
monday - friday, 12-6pm
April 25- 27.
Opening: Saturday April 26, 6:30.
81 Central Ave (1A)
Saturdays 1 - 5
If the Stadium Were Empty I Would Be Able To See More Clearly, Mary Manning’s photography emanates from rich observations of her daily life. Persistent focus conveys her vivid and intimate perspective of the world. March 22nd to April 22.
You Do the Math, MacGregor Harp. The works in this show arrange images to form a syntax that’s conspicuously dense, making obtuse observations about taste and identity seen through the lenses of decoration and sentimentalism.
Opening: Saturday April 26, 7-10.
Life on Mars
56 Bogart Street
718 417 3935
Fri 3-8, Sat-Sun 1-6
Eternal Return, Arnold Mesches. April 11 - May 11.
1623 Hancock St. Ridgewood
Saturday & Sunday 1- 6
Undfined By Design, Deanne Chuek, Kareem Collie, Russ D'Anna, Keetra Dean Dixon, Elliot Earls, Milton Glaser, Debbie Millman, Jaun Carlos Pagan, Able Parris, Mike Perry, Chris Rubino, Paul Soulellis. work exploring, the relationship between “graphic design” and “fine art”. April 12 - May 18.
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
The Minus Objects 1965-1966, Michelangelo Pistoletto, group of disparate sculptural objects, which defy both categorization and commodification. Dec 18 - May 11.
4 Charles Place (at Myrtle btwn Bushwick & Evergreen Aves)
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
Joel Schlemowitz: Parallax Reveries.stereoscopic paper collages. The second solo-exhibition at the gallery by the Brooklyn artist. Through May 5
56 Bogart Street
Spring Benefit 2014, Preview: April 18 - May 7, 2014
Raffle Drawing Party,Opening: Wednesday May 07, 6-9.
Thu - Mon, 12-6pm
Videorover: Season 7, Curated by Nicholas O'Brien, featuring: Alison Ballard, Rachelle Beaudoin, Bianca Boragi, Javier Bosques, Jonathan Johnson, Tamara Johnson, Zohar Kfir, Joy McKinney, Mores McWreath + Cathy Park Hong, David Politzer, Michael Szpakowski, Sam Winks, and Magdalen Wong. through June 6, 2014.
To begin, at the beginning, curated by Sam Perry. With: Megan Broadmeadow, Mike Calway-Fagen, Pascal-Michel Dubois, Katalin Hausel, Mikael Kennedy, Tommy Kwak, and Phuc Le.
Opening: Friday April 25, 7-9. Closing Reception
#ArtistsBeLike#ArtistsBeLike curated by Project Curate and Loney Abrams. With: Mikkel Carl, Mitchell Charbonneau, Emily Clayton, Andrea Crespo, Justin Kemp, Michael Pybus, Paul Wiersbinski. May 2- 23.
Opening: Friday May 02, 7-9PM.
Ortega Y Gasset Projects
1717 Troutman #327
Sat - Sun 12-6
Landlessness, Becca Albee, Amanda Curreri, Nina Elder, Pablo Guardiola, and Jennifer Nagle Myers. April 19 – May 18.
Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
URL FAMILIAR, Matthew Hillock, silk tapestries, lenticular prints, mixed‐media oil paintings, and a video projection, based around the concept of an invented mythology is to investigate the hero myths of various cultures, cross applying them to divide between URL art (net art, new media, etc) and IRL (in real life) art. April 4 - May 4.
Parallel Art Space
17-17 Troutman Street #220
Heroic Object.A collection of works from Vincent Como, Joshua Johnson, Peter Lapsley, Raymond E. Mingst, Russell Perkins, Kara L. Rooney, Magdalen Wong, and Frank Zadlo that hone in on the art object, traversing realms from the mythic to the prosaic, deploying, by turns, allegory, commodity, manifesto, buried gold. April 5 – May 11.
Opening: Sunday April 27, 3-4:30pm. Artist's talk
Sat - Sunday 12-6pm
Souvenier, Sarah Gerats, Julia Hechtman, Tina Kohlmann, Karla Wozniak. 4/5- 5/10.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
Edge Over Easy, hrough hardedge paintings in acrylic on canvas Jerry Walden investigates the nature of the aesthetic experience by combining Formalist compositional elements of color, line, pattern and direction with personal emotions and memories. March 14 – April 19.
Out There, Patty Cateura, color field paintings which question how we experience and relate to nature in an increasingly urbanized world. April 25 - May 23.
Opening: Friday April 25, 6-9.
286 Stanhope Street
Directions, Gabriel Hurier, a large-scale, site-specfic installation. April 19-May 18.
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
Odyssey & Odes: Works on Paper of Afranio Metelli. April 4-May 4,
Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St.
The Working Mans Artist, Gary Grimshaw. The Life, Politics and Art of the Music Poster. April 5 - May 3.
260 Johnson Avenue
347 746 8457
PASTE, Hayden Dunham & Meriem Bennani. In this diptych installation, synthetic textures and shapes offer minimal quotes from nature seen and imagined.
The pieces meet in the gallery space and begin to perform a single landscape although they are products of two different dreamers. The two artists offer assistance to the pieces in performing nature forms such as waterfalls and waves.
The pieces offer each other distractions from the failure of quoting whirlwinds with stretched latex and unfolded paper. April 4-27.
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
The Line Starts Here, Tirtzah Bassel, April 11-May 10.
Opening: Friday April 25, 7-8.
Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
Yale Sculpture 2014, featuring: Jerry Blackman, Allen Chen, Shih-Hsiung Chou, Lauren Halsey, Michael Handley, Erin Henry, Yutaka Kawahito, Shehrezad Maher, Maya Manvi, Oren Pinhassi, Mark Starling. Project space: René Smith, Nude Dudes. April 18-May 18.
56 Bogart St.
The Story of Elfranko Wessels, Erik Moskowitz & Amanda Trager. A multi-channel video installation. Its primary 16-minute video depicts a Brooklyn artist-couple’s failure to adopt a global worldview and practice. April 11 – May 4.
449 Troutman Street, #3-5,
tethered, freely II, March 8 - April 19.
The Active Space
566 Johnson Avenue
Friday-Sunday, 1-6 pm
Odds and Ends, recent works by two collectives, vydavy and Project 59. Apr 11 – May 4.
791 Bushwick Ave
Show #10, Posie Currin, Michelle Matson, Roberto Turnbull. April 11 - June 1
56 Bogart Street
Studio Portraits, Oliver Wasow. 4 April – May 11.
Paint and Clay, Joyce Robins. 16 May-22 June.
Opening: Friday May 16, 6-9.
1030 Metropolitan Ave
Saturdays 2 – 7
Surface Survey, Clement Valla, digital prints and 3D printed sculptures that are structured around concepts of archaeology, computer software, meaning-making, and images that are not meant for human consumption. April 19 - May 10.
44 Stewart Ave, #49 Please ring bell to enter during normal hours.
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
RR&P: Repetition, Rhythm, and Pattern, Organized by Lindsay Landfried. Featuring Alex Paik, Anna Mikolay, Brian Giniewski, Corey Escoto, Crystal Gregory, Helen O’Leary, Kate McGraw, Kim Beck, Lilly Zuckerman, and Megan Cotts. April 4 – May 11.
For Your Eyes Only, paintings by Vince Contarino. May 16 – June 22.
Palimpsest, Inna Babaeva & Lauren Clay. Two Person Exhibition. March 29-April 28.
464 Seneca Ave
Woody Guthrie’s Wardy Forty: Greystone Park State Hospital Revisited, Phillip Buehler. March 21-April 13.
We Heart Dennis, The center piece of this exhibit will be Dennis Oppenheim’s, Theme for a Major Hit, from 1974. This is a nod and a tribute to Dennis from artists who knew him or were touched in some way by his work. Featuring: Gregory Barsamian, Charlotte Becket, GUY BEN NER, Mark Esper, Jon Kessler, Jude Tallichet and Mary Ziegler. April 2-May 25.
Opening: Friday April 25, 6-9 .
ARTs East New York Inc.
851 Hegeman Ave.
Soul Searching Destiny, Artwork by Nigerian Artist Laulo Senbanjo telling stories of African mythology, African politics, African proverbs, African deities, and African gods that weave together with patterns, lines in charcoal, ink, and acrylic. Through April.
Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
Art Inspires Art: How Does a Bird Imagine? What Does a Tree Know? a new exhibition that offers children and parents the opportunity to experience poetry, interactive sculptures and festive banners developed by artists from The Touchstone Center for Children. In collaboration with Richard Lewis, Noah Baen, Carol Grocki Lewis and Claudia Keel, artist Kathy Creutzburg created two interactive sculptures “A Tree Lives (2006)” and “The Bird of Imagining (2004).”
Through August 1
52 Tompkins Avenue,
Emerald City, paintings by Lizbeth Mitty.
Opening: Friday May 02, 6:30-9pm .
Good Work Gallery
Sat and Sun, April 5 – 20, 1 – 7
First Responders, Organized by Zach Smith. Ariel Dill, Michael Bell-Smith, Marley Freeman, Deanna Havas, Ben Horns, Katie Loselle, Orion Martin, Sam McKinniss, Kyle Petreycik, and Eric Shaw. April 5 - 20.
Factory Fictions, Organized by John J. McGurk. Featuring Andrew Graham and Matthew Plummer-Fernandez. May 3 – May 25.
Opening: Saturday May 03, 6-8.
495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
The Choice We Face, a Unique Audio/Visual Exploration by Keil Borrman
A Collaboration with Some of New York’s Leading Audio Designers: DeVORE Fidelity, Grado Labs, Rogers High Fidelity and VPI Industries. April 19 - May 4.
House of Art Gallery
1368 Fulton St
Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 1-6
Visual Narratives of Black Women & Queer Identities, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn. Through photojournalism the artist examines how gender issues are interpreted and addressed by how gay women elect to personally present themselves. March 1 to May 24
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111 Front St, Gallery 228
Doomed to Win: Paintings from the Early 1980s, Susan Bee.
Tango, Petey Brown.
New American Sweatshop, Amelia Marzec. April 3 - 27.
Women in Art and Technology, panel discussion with: Daria Dorosh, Carrie Mae Rose, Sarah Grant, Sujin Lee, Laurel Ptak.
Opening: Wednesday April 23, 6-9.May ExhibitionsYou Are My Dear Blossoms - Standing in Love... "Lotus Feet",
Ann Pachner. Devolution (passing on from stage to stage), Maude Boltz. Assumptions, Jayanthi Moorthy. May 1 - 25,
Opening: Thursday May 01, 6-9.
Arcilesi Homberg Fine Art
Artadia, The Fund for Art and Dialogue
Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery
111 Front St., Suite 218
Subtle Approach, group exhibition featuring Colleen Ho, Megan Hays, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Carlton Scott Sturgill. Curated by BAC Visual Arts Director Courtney J. Wendroff. March 6 – July 31.
Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street
Fri, Sun 12 – 5; Sat 10 – 5
In Pursuit of Freedom, This major, long-term exhibit explores the unsung heroes of Brooklyn’s anti-slavery movement. January 15, 2014 – Winter 2018.
Landmarks of New York, Explore the history of New York through the lens of its landmark buildings in this exhibit of photographs, documenting architectural structures of all types that reflect the city’s history, from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries. through May 17.
111 Front St. Suite 208,
718 218 8939
Weds- Sat. 11-6, Sun. 12 - 6
Curious Remnants, Zane York, March 6 - April 6.
The Continuing Line, Elise Freda. April 10 - May 4
79 Hudson Avenue
The Picture is the Poem - recent collages by artist and poet Tsaurah Litsky. April 3 - 27.
Paper Cuts,Ursula Clark, Nancy Cohen, Junia Flavia d'Affonseca, Fran Kornfeld, and Sylvia Schwartz. Organized by Fran Kornfeld May 3 - June 1. 6-8pm
Opening: Thursday May 01, 4-7. Drawing and Sculpture Installation, featuring Sun Hee Yoon. June 7 - June 29.
Opening: Thursday June 05, 6-8pm.
Giacobetti Paul Gallery
111 Front Street, #220
Wed-Sun, 12 to 6pm
Dan Fig, March 6-29.
I Was Here, Stephen Paul. Ditties, Daniel Genova. April 3rd - 26.
Issue Project Room
22 Boerum Place
Ultima Festival NY, Catherine Christer Hennix, Chora(s)san Time-Court Mirage
Opening: Wednesday April 23, 7pm.Ultima Festival NY, Jacob Kirkegaard presents Else Marie Pade, Yarn/Wire.
Opening: Thursday April 24, 8pm.
16 Main St
One or More: (Part I)selected works by Pratt Senior BFA Fine Arts students. Curated by Stephen Maine. Participating artists: Anna-Liisa Benston, Kate Conway, Doris Guo, Jamie Gustavson, Keiran Brennan Hinton, Hyun Jeong Lee, Brittany Pellon, Joey Regan, Saul Schisler, Tarini Sethi, Tess Silverman, Emma Stern, Dan Warden. April 17–24,
One or More: (Part II)Participating artists: Meghan Audette, Cassandra Brown, Dan DiFerdinando, Rebecca Futer, Jennifer Jeong, Dylan Kolovich, Joo Young Lee, Jessica Perelman, Christa Pratt, Angela Ryu, Dan Sabatini. April 30–May 9
Opening: Wednesday April 30, 7-9.
Mighty Tanaka Studio
111 Front Street, Suite 224
Wed-Sat-12-6:30. Sun, 12-6
111 Front Street, Suite 226
Roberta Allen: For nearly five decades, Roberta Allen has produced conceptually-driven work in a variety of media, including drawing, collage, photography, printmaking, artist books and installation. Her work produced during the 1970s often merged performance, photography and language, revealing wholly unique forms that hybridized and advanced the discourse of Post-Minimalism, Conceptual, Feminist, and Performance Art in downtown NYC. April 4 – May 10.
Opening: Saturday May 03, 6-9. Reading & Conversation with Roberta Allen & Claudia La Rocco:
Paintings for an Abstract Commune, John Nixon. May 16 - June 21.
Sculptors Guild Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 256
Conrad Levenson Sculpture, Conrad Levenson works with weathered and rusted artifacts exploring their histories and repurposing them as sculptures. Incorporating both geometric and anthropomorphic elements, Levenson combines often previously unrelated objects in new and unexpected ways. April 3 - May 1.
92 Plymouth St
In Plain Sight, Bani Abidi, Khaled Barakeh, Carla Herrera-Prats, Alfredo Jaar, Pia Lindman, The Otolith Group, Maria D. Rapicavoli, Bruno Serralongue and Liselot van der Heijden. Curated by Sarah Lookofsky. March 15-April 20.
United Photo Industries
111 Front Street, Suite 204
Monday - Friday, 11-6
Table of Contents, Jerry Vezzuso, photographs exploring the juxtaposition between past and present photography through the traditional practices of the family album.
April 3 – May 24.
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Court Tree Collective
371 Court Street in Carroll Gardens
Mon, Wed, Fri, 3-6,and Sat. 12-5
Social Graces, Photography Group Show
Opening: Saturday May 10, 6-9.
490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Halftone Paintings, Stephen Maine. Maine uses a deliberately crude imprinting or stamping method to apply acrylic paint to canvas and panels, achieving a semi-mechanized application that may closely resemble a magnified photographic halftone. April 5-May 10.
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
It's Later Than You Think, Mac Premo's resin-encased collages and sculptures, as well as his critically acclaimed animations, center on the systemic gathering and documenting of objects. Through May 11. A Marriage: 2 (WEST-ER) - Nick Vaughn and Jack Margolin. Immersive multi-media installations that examine how same-sex marriage fits into the American Dream, (WEST-ER) heads to the high desert of the American West. At HomeHeather Weston is a photographer living in New York City. The idea for AT HOME came together out of living in a 450 square foot apartment with her family in Brooklyn. Through April 12
Should / Cant’t, Shannon Finnegan. In the Glass House, Finnegan will create an installation that uses these phrases to illustrate attempts at self-improvement. She will hand-paint text directly onto the windows and show a new series of drawings created especially for this exhibition. April 19-May 11.
Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment
Movement and Motion, Jon Nathanson. a series of aluminum and paper constructions and paintings that explore the physical qualities and organic flow of everyday materials. Feb 23- June 25
647 Fulton Street
Art Into Music,A contemporary art exhibition that features the work of 12 artists in varied artistic media whose work is inspired by music (February 19–April 27) .
334 Grand Ave
Tue-Thu 10-6, Fri-Sat 12-6
Painted Portraits, Curated by Charlotte Mouquin. Contemporary portraits. With: Taha Clayton, Kate Fauvell, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Jas Knight, and Sylvia Maier. March 30th – May 18th
Opening: Sunday May 18, 4-6. Closing Celebration
281 Greene Avenue
Magical Landscapes, a group show of paintings and sculptures.
Timeless Interiors, paintings by Kris Krohn.
Opening: Saturday May 03, 6-9.
80 Hanson Place
Six Draughtsmen, Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze, Toyin Odutola, Temitayo Ogunbiyi, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Nnenna Okore and Odun Orimolade. Six artists of Nigerian descent who explore aspects of drawing in their current practices. Oct 24 – Jan 19
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
Megumi Wadano, Solo Exhibition. April 23 - April 27.
22 Waverly Ave.
Painting is the curse of the drinking class,Cassius Fouler. Infusing elements of contemporary, expressionism, iconography and original cartoonism intertwined with graffiti based text while also involving architectural properties he displays hyper color paintings rich with a vibe heavy in chaotic turmoil.
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
Jewelry, April 8–16.
Sculpture Section I, April 22–May 1.
Sculpture Section II. May 6–15.
Opening: Monday May 05, 5-8.
St. Josephs College Gallery
Alumni Room Gallery Tuohy Hall, 245 Clinton Avenue
647 Fulton Street
Illuminate: Design in Light, Featured designers include: Lindsey Adelman, Bec Brittain, Bill Couig of furthurdesign, Sebastian Errazuriz, Rich Brilliant Willing, Mary Wallis, Thaddeus Wolfe, and Jeff Zimmerman. Curated by Jennifer Scanlan. April 2-May 31.
Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Unresolved Conflict, Woodcut & Linocut Prints by Laurie Lee-Georgescu. At first glance, Laurie Lee-Georgescu's prints seduce you with vibrant color and exquisite draftsmanship, but a closer look takes you into an unsettling realm of human discord.
April 3 - May 4.
Opening: Sunday May 04, 4-7. Closing reception
543 Union Street
Thurs & Fri. 3-6, Sat & Sun. 12 – 6
Fragile Algorithm, Diane Bertolo works with code, pixels, paper and twigs to create works that mix chaos with logic as they mark the passage of time. April 4 – 27.
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties. March 7–July 6, 2014
Chicago in L.A.: Judy Chicago's Early Work, 1963–74.Chicago in L.A. surveys this less-familiar but significant early work, produced when Chicago lived in Los Angeles.April 4–September 28.
Swoon: Submerged Motherlands, a site-specific installation in rotunda gallery, transforming it into a fantastic landscape centering on a monumental sculptural tree with a constructed environment at its base, including sculpted boats and rafts, figurative prints and drawings, and cut paper foliage. April 11– August 24
Ai Weiwei: According to What? Featuring over thirty works spanning more than twenty years, Ai Weiwei: According to What? explores universal topics of culture, history, politics, and tradition, showcasing the artist’s remarkably interdisciplinary career as a photographer, sculptor, architect, and activist. April 18 – Aug 10
Ethan Pettit Gallery
10 Eighth Avenue #3
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6
3rd Floor, ring bell number 3
Barbara Friedman New Paintings.
Gallery Represented Artists Todd Bienvenu, Ken Butler, Robert Egert, Barbara Friedman, Rafael Fuchs, Jan Holthoff, Richard Humann (affiliated), Konstantin Lange, Gili Levy, Mari Oshima, David Rich, Eva Schicker, Alkemikal Soshu
558 St. John's Place
Re: purpose, Curated by MoCADA’s 2013 Curatorial Fellows Amanda Reid and Ali Rosa-Salas. This exhibition, a collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) features Pamela Council, Sara Jimenez, Sondra Perry and Patrice Renee Washington. April 12 – May 4.
Graceful Transitions, Photographs by Anders Bernard Jones. Curated by Ivy Nicole. May 10 - May 31.
Opening: Saturday May 10, 5-8.
55 9th Street, Building 61
Fri 6pm-1am, Sat 3pm-1am, Sun 12pm–5pm
This Particular Patch, painters, printmakers, sculptors, and performers.
Gowanus Print Lab
Littlefield, 622 Degraw Street
Imaginationland, Davaro-Comas. Fantastical characters, backgrounds and absurdities, awkward humans and creatures interact with blighted surrealistic worlds finding themselves in gradually bizarre situations.
306 17th St.
Thurs: 11am-2pm; Fri/Sat 2pm-6pm
Your Stripes, My Stripes, Arne Schreiber. April 23rd – May 5.
Opening: Wednesday April 23, 7-9.How to Build a Fire, a storytelling series at Open Source Gallery, which takes place on the last Thursday of every month through March of 2015. Stories by:
Kate Hess, Samuel MG Robinson, Riley MacLeod, and Terence Degnan.
Opening: Thursday April 24, 7:30. cHURCH OF MONIKA with Liinu Grönlund. Sunday 27th, 11am. Hubert Dobler, a multimedia installation. May 10th
543 Union St
Thu-Fri 3-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm
THIRST, An exhibition and month-long participatory laboratory. March 22 - April 19.
Combined Overflow a group exhibition of creative responses to the Newtown Creek and the Gowanus Canal, two New York City waterways with similar histories of industry, pollution and neglect. Exhibiting Artists: Wendy Andringa, Liz Barry, Sarah Christman, Willis Elkins, Eymund Diegel, Jose Gaytan, Jan Mun, Leif Percifield, George Trakas, Mitch Waxman, Jenifer Wightman. Exhibiting Groups: Brooklyn Atlantis, The Gowanus Canal, Conservancy, The Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club, The Newtown Creek, Alliance, The Newtown Creek Armada, The North Brooklyn Boat Club.
Opening: Sunday April 27, 6pm.
460 Union St.
718 522 3363
Thurs-Sun, 12 - 6
#image, Marc Lafia explores the way network culture restructures the relationship of image and subject. April 4 - 13.
636 Dean Street, Brooklyn
Indelible, Anne Burlock Lawver focuses on the personal, the intimate, and the fleeting emotions that could be captured only in close-up. At Soapbox, she will present a series of striking photographs taken at the Gun Metal Ink tattoo parlor in Washington Heights, NYC, over the course of one year. March 22 – April 19.
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Stargazing, group exhibition of works dealing with sacred geometry, spatial orientation and concepts of time. Regina Bogat, Catherine Cullen, Craig Olson, Mary Schiliro
Curated by Catherine Cullen. April 11 - May 16.
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd
Peter Malone: Portraits, A farewell exhibition of paintings by our soon to retire gallery director.
Curator: Brian Hack. Exhibition: April 9 – May 7.
201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
Color Me Badd, a group exhibition curated by Chris Bors including work by Amanda Browder, Deborah Brown, Amanda Church, Jennifer Coates, Ketta Ioannidou, Gary Petersen and Nicolas Touron. Bors has gathered seven artists who approach color in bold, unexpected ways. They explore strange, new worlds, seek out new life and new civilizations and boldly go where other artists may have gone before, but make it look fresh again. Albert Henry Munsell. April 19- May 16.
Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th St
Thursday-Saturday 1-5; August:
Intimate Forest,group exhibition co-curated by Anders Knutsson. Exhibiting artists include Joseph Anastasi, Scott Bennett, Beatrice Coron, Rodney Dickson, Julia Forrest, Thomas Hagen, Kathleen Hayek, Mary Hrbacek, Tom Keough, Anders Knutsson, Pamela Matsuda-Dunn, Eric Pesso, Alan Rosner, Peter White, with a screening of a TED talk by Rachel Sussman. April 23- June 7.
Opening: Wednesday April 23, 6-8:30.
499 Van Brunt St
Wide Open 5, Artists are asked to explore the meaning of wide open in art, in life, in medium, in expression, in composition, in experience, in dreams or in reality.
April 26 - June 1. juried by Paulina Pobocha
Opening: Saturday April 26, .Outer Limits Spring Pier Art Show, 200 artists, opening party music Wayne Tucker Trio
351 Van Brunt St
Thurs-Sat 1-7, Sun 12-5
Bunny Party, Lady Aiko's breath-taking mural that transforms the gallery into the Bunny Party. March 8-28.
Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
100 Works on Paper Benefit, May 17, 6pm (ticket holders only). Artist Reception April 12, 6-8 (open to the public)
Opening: Saturday May 17, .
Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt St
her empty, David Preddy. Through obscurity and re-arrangement, exposes the perilous nature of desire. March 22 - April 27
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Rutgers University’s Spring MFA exhibition, graduate students of the Mason Gross School of the Arts Master’s Program. April 5 - 20.
Crystal C, an ongoing performance and installation, which began in 2013 in Ljubljana. In its first iteration in New York, it will inhabit the Cathedral Hall at Pioneer Works for a 3-day exhibition. Seeking to engineer an elixir that would produce and define poetic rapture, the artist created Crystal C and both an actual synthetic drug and a structure.
Recess Benefit 2014, Family Dinner & Party of Five: Recess Benefit 2014. A night of fine dining, performance, benefit exhibition, complimentary cocktails, dancing & DJs
Opening: Wednesday April 23, 7pm.
183 Lorraine Street, 3rd Floor, #33
Thought Bubbles, Enrique Chagoya, Don Fritz, Archie Rand, and Petra Gupta Valentova. The show is an artistic dialogue between 4 visual artists who use graphic conventions and formal devices from comics and cartoons in their art.
March 28 - April 27.