WAGMAG, BROOKLYN ART GUIDE BENEFIT 2013
Early Bird Discount Ticket Rates Extended Until May 18th
Where: English Kills, 114 Forrest Street, in Bushwick Brooklyn
When: Tuesday, May 21st from 7-9pm
Advanced raffle tickets $200
Tickets purchased after May 18th $250
VIP Ticket: Advanced viewing (5:30- 7:00) (w/ raffle ticket) - $350
TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE:
BENEFIT EVENING: Tuesday May 21st, from 7-9pm at English Kills (114 Forrest Street)
Bushwick, Brooklyn, with Reception and Raffle of work
SEE THE ARTWORKS HERE
Featuring Artworks by:
Amanda Alic, Miya Ando, Liz Artanian, Julia Whitney Barnes, Tom Broadbent, Debbie Brown, Tom Burtonwood, Ken Butler, Ana Busto, Eric Timothy Carlson, Jenny Carpender, Charlotte, Ethan Crenson, Peggy Cyphers, Coco Dolle, Alasdair Duncan, Robert Egert, Debra Drexler, Matthew Deleget, Jennifer Delilah, Hubert Dobler, Lital Dotan and Eyal Perry, DVR (David Victor Rose), Patricia Fabricant, Peter Feigenbaum, Peter Fox, Nyssa Frank, Mayuko Fujino, Linda Ganjian, Katya Grokhovsky, Randall Harris, William Hartland, Eric Heist, Daniel Patrick Helmstetter, Amy Hill, Jen Hitchings, Sean Hemmerle, Ed Herman, Cody Healey-Conelly, Marysia Gacek, John Holt, Kim Holleman, Richard Humann, Mary Judge, Nick Kline, Katherine Koos, David Kramer, Jesse Lambert, Scott Lawrence, Brian Leo, James Leonard, Lisa Levy, Stephen Maine, Stephen Mallon, Eliot Markell, Karen Marston, Tara McPherson, Loren Munk, Ivivia Olenick, Rob de Oude, Melodie Provenzano, Ross Racine, Ron Richter, Philip Riley, Emily Roz, Carol Salmanson, Henry G. Sanchez, Ann Scoville, David Shapiro, Sophia Sobers, George Spencer, Savannah Spirit, Philp Stearns, Rodger Stephens, Miho Suzuki, Noriko Tatsumi, Lourene Taurerewa, Rich Timperio, Patrick Todd, Julie Torres, Mario Trejo , Jeanne Tremel, Joanne Ungar, Rosa Valado, Kathleen Vance, Cibele Viere, Don Voisine, Robert Walden, Larry Walczak, Nancy Wechter, Emily Weiskopf, Alun Williams, Daniel Zeller, and more...
WAGMAG Celebrates 12 Years!!
Please help support our mission to promote the arts in Brooklyn. WAGMAG, Brooklyn Art Guide is a 501c (3) nonprofit, and the only Brooklyn art guide that chronicles the art activities of art venues in Brooklyn, on a monthly basis, in print and online.
This is a great event for art lovers in the area, with approximately 100 pieces of artwork generously donated by local galleries and artists for the raffle during the event evening, Tuesday, May 21th, 2012 from 7-9pm. The resulting exhibition will not only generate much needed funding for WAGMAG but also reflect the spirit and personality of the Brooklyn art community. It will be held at English Kills, 114 Forrest Streetin Bushwick, Brooklyn. There will be a festive atmosphere with food, drinks, and a wonderful selection of artworks from prominent artists in Brooklyn.
Each raffle ticket guarantees an artwork. Artwork will be selected on the benefit evening by a raffle-style drawing, which determines the order in which ticketholders make their selection.
Tickets for the artwork raffle are available for $200 up until May 18th, after which tickets will be available for $250 each. Any remaining tickets for the artwork raffle will be $250 on the event evening, as availability permits. Each ticket guarantees a work of art. There will be an entrance fee for admission to the benefit event of $20 for non-ticket holders.
VIP preview tickets are availble for $350, these limited tickets grant early access from 5:30-7:00pm and include a ticket for the artwork raffle (7-9pm). Specialty cocktails will be served during this portion of the evening, proxies are available to be assigned to help make artwork selections and will act as stand ins during the raffle in the case that VIP guests are unable to attend the artwork drawing. VIP ticket holders will also receive a special WAGMAG SWAG BAG, limited edition, screenprinted cloth tote filled with goodies, including: speciality Pernod Absinthe chocolates created by nunu, framing certificates from Shadowbox Frames, samples of skinnyskinny's products, Fiberink Studio services, Fuego 718 certificates, and much more!
All proceeds will go towards the operation and production of WAGMAG, Brooklyn Art Guide.
Many Thanks to English Kills for hosting this year's event.
Amanda Alic, Daniel Aycock, Don Carroll, Chris Harding, Ethan Crenson, Hillary Daniel, Coco Dolle, Alicia Ehni, Enrico Gomez, Nasa Hadizedeh, Stephen Harrington, Randall Harris, Mandy Kalajian, David Kesting, Lisa Kim, Lisa Levy, Karen Marston, Jill McDermid, Ethan Petit, Ellen Rand, Henry Sanchez, Ginger Shulick Porcella, Kathleen Vance, Susie Watkins, Monika Wuhrer
Special Thanks to:
AG Gallery, Art 101, The Art Pop Up Shop, Associated Projects, Big Deal Arts Advisory, BRIC Rotunda Gallery, The Boiler, Bunnycutlet, C.C.C.P. North Light , Cotton Candy Machine, David Kesting Presents, Devotion Gallery, Fountain Art Fair, Figureworks, Five Myles, Front Room Gallery, Glasshouse, Harbor, The Living Gallery, Minus Space, Momenta Art, NURTUREarts, Open Source, Parallel Arts, Recession Art, Robert Henry Contempory, Schema Projects, Sideshow, Skink Ink Editions, Storefront Bushwick, Theodore: Art, Ventana244
--WILLIAMSBURG EVERY SECOND, FRIDAY--
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.
Opening: Friday June 14, 7-9.
Thu-Sun 12-7, Mon 7-10pm
The Surrogate Space, Jerry Blackman and Scott Goodman, two-person show featuring old and new sculptural and painterly works. April 25 - May 19, 2013
107A North 3rd Street
1-8 every day
Tales, Featuring: Sara Duerta, Andrea Lauren, Tracey Long, Christine Roussey.
April 12 – June 30.
101 Grand St.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
also by appointment.
LOOKING BACK; April 26 - May 26 Jacques Roch; provocative, elegant, sexy, humorous drawings by this maestro of the line. Artists choices from past shows
158 Roebling Street
May 3rd through May 27.
Wed-Sat 11-7, Sun 12-6, Mon 9-5
Nuances, A group exhibition featuring works by Elise Freda, Kathy Goodell, Melissa Murray and Carri Skoczek. Hosted by Causey Contemporary and Warren Lewis Sotheby's Realty. Opening reception with the artists on March 9th from 6 - 9 pm at 299 Bedford Ave ( corner of S. 1st St. ) Exhibition continues through July 1st.
Thoughtfully arranged artifacts of NYC’s history.
Cotton Candy Machine
235 South 1st Street
DANIEL DANGER, originals, drawings, new prints and fun merchandise. May 10th to June 9th.
54 Maujer Street
Sat 1-5, Sunday, 1- 6:00
Deborah Yoon's works with ink, sumi-e, paint, and steel metalwork. Movement, nature, and the ephemeral are themes that often woven throughout her intricate, manically detailed art work. May 3rd – May 27.
168 North 6th St.
Dwarfs & Giants, New York City in the Early 1900's, This exhibition highlights a handful of these prominent artists who’s works on paper, created roughly 100 years ago, honor the energy and excitement of the ever changing New York City skyline with the unique and creative people who made this city so remarkable. April 27 - June 9, 2013
Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Left at Crystal Brook Boulevard, works on paper by Ross Racine. Racine depicts realistic aerial views of fictional suburban communities, which amplify an awareness of modern choices in building and living styles.
339 Bedford Ave
Toyoil+DTRTCollaborative cross-media show combining package design, illustration, and clay sculpture by local artist team Toyoil. May 3 - May 30.
193 Grand St.
Parker's Box's 100th Exhibition. Ophir Agassi, Béatriz Barral, Virginie Barré, John Bjerklie, Matt Blackwell, Willard Boepple, Steven Brower, Denis Castellas, Jason Glasser, Patrick Martinez, Philippe Nuell, Bruno Peinado, Mike Rogers, Stefan Sehler, Joshua Stern. April 13 - May 12.
This will be the gallery’s one hundredth exhibition since it opened its doors in June 2000, and it will be the last in the gallery’s original location on Grand Street in Williamsburg.
177 North 9th St.
The Other Kind, Tony Fitzpatrick. Fourteen Drawings and One Painting Perpetually Shown, James Esber. 26 April – 26 May.
Daniel Zeller / Mark Reynolds, 31 May – 30 June.
Fountain of Youth (Brooklyn), Tony Labat, a large-scale photomural installation along with an operating
water fountain and a series of unannounced actions will function as a
container for collaborative programming between Labat and Present
Company. March 22-April 28.
28 Frost Street
Foliage, Elliott Sharp is a long-form graphic music score that offers abstract instructions allowing for infinite possible interpretations by performing musicians. 5/17 – 5/26
319 Bedford Ave.
Elisions, UConn MFA Thesis Exhibition. May 16-May 26,
Skink Ink Editions
177 North 10th Street, Room G
917 536 8347
Still Lives, stills from Hal’s movies, 30 in all that will be exhibited in the gallery as prints and will form the basis for an edition that we will be presenting for sale. Exhibition dates: Mar 9th - Apr 29th, 2013
348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Hats & Balls, Nancy Lupo, Organized by Rebecca Watson Horn. May 12 - June 16.
60 North 6th St.
Language Objects: Letters in Space, 1970--2013, Robert Grenier. 18 May - 23 June.
191 North 14th St
seven @ SEVEN II, SEVEN will hold its second New York area exhibition in Williamsburg. Featuring: Mamie Holst (Feature Inc) • Fabian Marcaccio (Bravinlee Programs) • Kim Jones (Pierogi) • David Diao (Postmasters) • Hunter Reynolds (P.P.O.W) • Bruce Pearson (Ronald Feldman Fine Arts). May 10- June 9.
The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 228 6958
Mushroom Hunter, Joanne Greenbaum, Chris Martin, Katharina Grosse. May 11-June 23.
244 North 6th St
Thurs-Fri 5-7, Sat-Sun 12-6
BANNED IN D.C.,organized by Mark Dagley. This exhibition includes the work of twenty-two artists whose connections with the Washington D.C./Baltimore art scene are multifaceted. Works by: Henry Brown, Lori Ellison, Avis Fleming, Robert Franklin Gates, Cynthia Bickley-Green, Colin Greenly, Dan Yellow Kuhne, Alix Lambert, Chris Martin, Ed McGowin, Howard Mehring, Paul Reed, Charlotte Robinson, Robin Rose, Eric Rudd, Roy Slade, Carroll Sockwell, Melissa Staiger, Robert Swain, Joan Waltemath, Thornton Willis, Ed Zerne. April 12 – May 24.
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
Atmospheric Pressure, A Young Artists Collection. Friday, April 12 – Sunday, May 5th. Curated and Organized by Brittany Natale.
110 Meserole Ave
12-7- Friday – Sunday
Jamian Juliano-Villani Jan Kempenaers Wolfgang Streeck, May 10 — June 2.
67 West St #206
Fridays, 11am - 6pm
Disorderly Orderly, featuring works by Nancy Baker, Janice Caswell, & Debra Hampton
May 10 - 31.
Fowler Arts Collective
67 West Street, Unit 216
What Possessed You, with: Jonathan Durham, Ben Fain, Gigi Gatewood, JR Larson, Molly Lowe, and George Terry. May 10- June 7.
154 Huron Street
Saturday and Sunday, 1-6pm
Marty's Cool Biennial, Benefit, featuring:Melissa Staiger, Sandra Sitron, Julie Torres, Emily Noelle Lambert, Joanna Seitz, Eliza Swann, Rachel Higgins, Paul Krause, Jan Mollet, Biff Elrod, Josh Lindenfeltzer, Karen Seapker, James Weingrod, Kerry Downey, Ray Lopez, Matt Gliva, Andy Wolf, Ashley Garrett, Allison Merz, Carlos Rigau, Seldon Yuan, Kristen Jensen, Alta Price, JJ Manford, Nathan Gwynne, Brian Wood, Nobutaka Aozaki, Brian Wadford, Kit Lagreze, Nicholas Moenich, Sarada Rauch, Baris Gokturk, J Grabowski, John Hodgson, Rachel Ostrow, Yasmin Spiro, Elisa Soliven, W I T T S, Rachel Shmidhofer, Georgia Elrod, Hector Arce-Espasas, Gregory Zinman, Adriana Jovanovic, Rumsey Taylor, Jacqueline Arias, Madison Brookshire, Ted Kennedy, Kenneth Curwood, Pawel Wojtasik, Nick T. Poe, Scott Penkava, Jason John Wurm, Charles Shedden, Jeffrey Grunthaner, M. Pernod, Joseph Ferriso, Claudia Peña Salinas, Bill Abdale, Sir John Coletti, Among Others! April 19th - May 19th.
205 Norman Ave.
718 383 9380
Fri-Sat 1-7pm, Sun12-6pm
Don't Have Red In Sight, James Biederman. Reductive yet humanistic, the recent paintings of James Biederman encompass the sensory world of color contained and expanded within shaped canvases which alter their structural reading while questioning the notion of wholeness. April 26 - May 26.
67 West St. # 214
In Between Lines,Alexander Bustamante, Slavako Djuric, Robert Otto Epstein, Cynthia Hartling, Cassandra Holden, Shane McAdams, Sean Pearson, Sirin Thada. May 11-18th
223 Franklin St
Sat-Sun 1-7pm, and by appointment
Halsey Hathaway, April 6 – May 19
Real Fine Arts
147 India St.
Weds-Fri 1-7, Sat & Sun 1-5
Philli found NYC, group show of Philli artists that make art on or using found objects.
featuring: Marek Danielewski, Tyler Kline,Ted Knighton, Adam Lovits, Sofya Mirvis, Joanna Mroczek, Brian Spies. May10th - June9th.
Equality Now a benefit and exhibition featuring works by Lara Pacilio, curated by Lesley Doukhowetzky. April 28-May 20.
FUTUREMYTH, Curated by Christina Latina and Daniel Leyva. Through May 5th
A series of alternating Uniform Spaces and parts: Robert Otto Epstein and Amos Satterlee, This exhibition showcases two art makers who rely on the investigation of pattern to produce their work, in ways that could not be more disparate.
Patterns are all around us, they pervade and define the so-called world we inhabit, and give it meaning; study anything long enough and a pattern will assert itself. 4/20 – 5/18
56 Bogart Street
Friday – Monday: 12PM – 6PM
The Modest Sublime, 6 artists working in a curious scale, either of small objects in a large format, or enormous subject matter rendered in detail. They are all looking very hard at things most of us simply ignore, or cannot imagine as subject matter worthy of deep and continuous scrutiny. Featuring: Elizabeth Saveri, Bennett Vadnais, Wendy Small, Royce Weatherly, Don Hamerman, and Bonnie Rychlak.
April 12 – May 20.
C.C.C.P. North Light Exhibition Space
56 Bogart St. (Basement)
Fri- 3-8, Sat.+Sun.- Noon till 6PM
Girls, A group show, 5/3-5/26.
David Kesting Presents
257 Boerum Street
Ricky Powell, photographs from the artists archives paralleling New York in the mid 1980's to Bushwick Brooklyn now. May 17 - June 9.
ET AL Projects
56 Bogart St. #1E
Brittany Markert, Photographs. May 3-26
Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
Psycho-Geography: Performances by Rosabelle Selavy, Daniel Deluca, Peter Dobill, and Thomas Albrecht. Friday, May 31
Opening: Friday May 31, 9:00 PM- 11:00 PM . $10 Donation
17-17 Troutman #258
Surface Intentions: Corydon Cowansage, Mark Dorf, Shawn Powell. May 18-June 23.
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
new eyes for new spaces, curated by Francesca Sonara and Jess Wilcox presents works by Patricia Dauder, David Horvitz, Antonio Rovaldi, Austin Shull, and Hong-Kai Wang in collaboration with Anne Callahan, Brendan Dalton and Jordan Paul. Through May 24.
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
Fri 10-6; Sat-Sun 12-6
Atlas, Kahrs, Mucha, Whitread, February 22 – June 16.
4 Charles Place (at Myrtle btwn Bushwick & Evergreen Aves)
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
SARAH HALPERN: Paper Plexus, Extended to SUN May 26,The first solo exhibition of works by Sarah Halpern featuring new and recent paper collage works drawing inspiration from the Brooklyn-based artists active practice and interest in cinema and film. Halpern's latest efforts are meticulous compositions interweaving cut-outs of text and images from writings on film theory, movie fan magazines as well as passages from books by S. J. Perelman.
Overt & Covert: technology in portraiture, DataSpaceTime, James Fotopoulos, M. Henry Jones, and Anton Perich. Group show featuring paintings, photographic prints, 3-D and interactive works.
Opening: Friday May 31, 6-9pm.
56 Bogart Street
The Bureau of Self-Recognition, Chloë Bass. May 31 - June 30.
Opening: Friday May 31, 6-9.
83 Wyckoff Avenue, #1B
Julie Lemberger: two decades of documenting dance. April 5-May 19
Thu - Mon, 12-6pm
Videorover: Season 5, Curated by Rachel Steinberg, featuring: Matthew Cowan, Yael Frank, David J Merritt, Zach Nader, Jessica Segall, Adrien Siberchicot, and Frank Zadlo. through May 17.
The Indifference of Wisdom Curated by Project Curate and Julian Jimarez- Howard. Featuring: Clem Chen, Ernest Concepcion, Caroline Falby, Annette Rusin, Sarah Wang, Paul Wiersbinski. June 14-July 12.
Opening: Friday June 14, 7-9. and Matthew Silver presents The Reawakening
Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Thurs-Fri 6:15-9:15, Sat-Sun 1-6pm
Parallel Art Space
17-17 Troutman Street #220
Gravity Light: New Paintings by Mike Olin, Diverse in subject matter and nuanced in approach, Olin’s paintings are nods to abstraction while being linked to traditions of pictorial illusion. April 13 - May 19.
What I Like About You, curated by Julie Torres. May 31 - June 30.
Opening: Friday May 31, 6-9.
Sat - Sunday 12-6pm
The Stuff Things Are Made Of, Mathieu Lefevre. New and previously viewed artworks by Mathieu Lefevre, since his untimely death in 2011. Lefevre’s work has tirelessly engaged in the idea and materiality of ‘bad’ art, often pairing the underpinnings of language art and tautological revelations, with slap-stick execution. May 18th – June 16.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
On Not Knowing, Phillip Buntin's paintings in acrylic on canvas and enamel on Plexiglas are visual explorations of complexity, ambiguity and understanding. May 3rd – June 9th, 2013
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
Untranslated: Sequences, Solos and Books, Rosaire Appel, an exploration of the territory that lies between word and image. Her most recent work uses the computer but the richness and complexity found here, sit solidly on a background in visual arts. May 3-May 26
Secret Project Robot
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
Lonesome George, presenting new works by Molly Stevens.
16 Wilson Avenue
Eigengrau,featuring the work of Lauren Seiden and Frank Webster. In the project space: Jolynn Krystosek. April 19-May 19.
Patrick Berran and Jack Henry. in the project space: SchmatteJosh Blackwell, Antonia Perez, Katherine Powers and Randy Wray. May 30-June 23.
Opening: Thursday May 30, 6—9 pm.
56 Bogart St.
The Devil Tricked Me, an exhibition of work by Matt Freedman. The exhibition is organized around the recent publication of Relatively Indolent but Relentless, a graphic journal Freedman wrote last Autumn. May 10, 2013 – June 16.
449 Troutman Street, #3-5, bell 21
Slippery ... at dusk, Art Guerra and Gwendolyn Skaggs.
The Active Space
566 Johnson Avenue
Friday-Sunday, 1-6 pm
Resurrection, Katie Bell, Suzanne Goldenberg, Rachel Hayes, JR Larson, Bridget Mullen, Matt Miller, and Ross Tibbles. May 3 – 24.
791 Bushwick Ave
Group Show #6, Chris Fennell, Joo Choon Lin, Liz Nielsen, Michele Matson. April 12 - June 2
56 Bogart Street
Lazy Reader, an exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Andrew Seto. May 4-June 16, 2013
44 Stewart Ave, #49
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
Unnatural Selection, Naomi Reis. Unnatural Selection investigates nature and its representation: How have humans conquered and organized nature, both to understand it scientifically, and to use it strategically? May 17 – June 23.
464 Seneca Ave
Upcoming Exhibition: New and recent paintings by Amy Lincoln and Loie Hollowell with Ron Richter. April 26-May19.
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Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
Global Shoes, Encourages children and their families to explore global cultures within the context of a fantasy shoe store and factory. The exhibition incorporates intriguing cultural artifacts from the Museum’s collection and a variety of hands-on, feet-in activities.
495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
Decisiveness,presented by ruSalon. Featuring: Carlos Rigau, Charlotte Becket, David Lukowski, Dominic Nurre, Emmy Mikelson, Katharine Behar, Kristof Wickman, Lynn Sullivan, Martin Roth, Rachel Higgins, Rebecca Sokoll, Scott Penkava, Selena Kimball, Stephan Eakin, Vita Litvak, Zachary Brudar, Zerek Kempf. May 19 - June 15.
Porcher, Ben Dowell, Carlos Rigau, Christopher Rivera, Claudia Peña, Esther Kläs, Jule Korneffel, Kristof Wickman, Michael Johnson, Rachel Higgins, Sam Stewart. May 19 - June 15, 2013
House of Art Gallery
408 Marcus Garvey Blvd.
The BoomBox Exhibition; demonstrates the influence of the boombox through various facets from the 70’s-mid 80’s; such as fashion, music and politics. April 12-June 9.
1368 Fulton St
Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 1-6
AGAPE: MARIO ANDRES ROBINSON, With “agape” (unconditional love) Mario Andres Robinson a young, Black African- American contemporary portrait artist and Pratt graduate, captures primarily Black people from his personal life. February 17, 2013- May 31, 2013
916 Bedford Avenue
703 888 7591
Thurs-Friday 11-6, Sat 12-6
Fleet, curated by Jackie Cantwell and Molly Myer and the show will stay up until Thursday, May 16th. Fleet will showcase several different artists who have created a fleet,family or collection of works that stand together as one. Each family of work will be congregated in the gallery and work together to defend or support one another.
301 Saratoga Avenue
Friday and Saturday 11:00 - 5:00
Money, Clara Bessijelle, Melissa Brown, Larry Carlson, Helene Claes, Dirk DeJong, Inju Kaboom, Caitríona Ní Threasaigh, Seth Scriver, Laurie Stone and Suzy Kunz, Alec Thibodeau, Nouri Zander. May 3-June1.
--DUMBO 1st THURSDAY GALLERY WALK--
111 Front St, Gallery 228
Gallery I: Sheila Ross "... so much space in the night...". Gallery II: "Varieties of Denial" Katie Kahn & Terri Kapsalis. Fellowship Gallery: Sujin Lee "Voicing the Sound." May 2 - 26.
Amos Eno Gallery
111 Front Street
Playground: A Photographic Installation by Tulu Bayar. May 2 - May 25.
Arcilesi Homberg Fine Art
111 Front Street, Suite 222
Vincent Arcilesi in Rome, Part II, Vincent Arcilesi’s second Roman show continues his in-depth, on-site study of the arts and culture of the city with a series of six paintings that explore the relationship between the past and the present. May 2-30.
Artadia, The Fund for Art and Dialogue
163 Plymouth Street
212 989 7074
Tith Kanitha and Yim MalineBoth artists will be treating the studio as an experimental space to explore their materials and methods. April 2 - May 29.
BRIC Rotunda Gallery
33 Clinton St
25th Annual BRIC Contemporary Art Education Exhibition of student artwork. Curated by Hawley Hussey. Artistic contributions by over 1,000 students from 14 partnering public schools.
Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery
111 Front St., Suite 218
Sea Drift, Through the lens of symbolism and ritual BAC Gallery presents Sea Drift, a group exhibition featuring the work of seven Brooklyn-based artists, presents a meeting of mythic ideas and contemporary realities regarding the waters surrounding Brooklyn. Curators: Claudia Gerbracht and Kay Turner. Artists
Willis Elkins, Angela Jimenez and George Kortsolakis, Marie Lorenz, Stephen Mallon, Ocean Morisset, Larry Racioppo, Randy Duchaine. March 7 - May 24.
ARTIST TALK: Harborways with Randy Duchaine
Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street
Fri, Sun 12 – 5; Sat 10 – 5
Inventing Brooklyn: People, Places, Progress, From Native American roots and Dutch colonial influences to icons such as the Brooklyn Bridge and the Dodgers, Inventing Brooklyn examines how various people, places, and historical events have shaped the development of the borough. Ongoing.
Say Cheese! Portraits to Pics, explores more than 150 years of family portraiture, from the earliest daguerreotypes to digital photography today.
New Architecture in Historic Districts 1967 to Present
On view through April 29.
Dumbo Arts Center
111 Front Street, Suite 212
Thurs-Sat 12-6, Sun 12-5
Rediscovering Futurism 1920-1929, This video installation by Kurt Ralske is part of the 8th edition of video_dumbo. May 2 - 31.
Giacobetti Paul Gallery
111 Front Street, #220
Wed-Sun, 12 to 6pm
Konstance Patton | Barron Claiborne, Blaque & Shinee Curated by Luise Kaunert. May 2- June 1.
111 Front St, Suite 206
Conflict and Costume, by Jim Naughten. March 14-May 4. Polychromatic: group exhibition
May 15th-July 6.
16 Main St
Darwin’s Finches, A two-person exhibition by Don John and Fumi Mini Nakamura
March 27 - April 28.
Long Island University Humanities Gallery
Long Island University (Flatbush Campus) One University Plaza
9-6pm (m-f) & 12-6 (Sat.)
Mighty Tanaka Studio
111 Front Street, Suite 224
Even Romantics Love Violence, Hellbent’s flowing geometric abstractions. May 10-June 7.
111 Front Street, Suite 226
Paradise Lost, A solo exhibition by the Brooklyn, NY-based artist Vincent Como. May 10 - June 15.
Sculptors Guild Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 256
Tuesday, Thursday - 11-5
Quintessence, Coral Penelope Lambert vexplores the presence of complex energy within space and matter. April 4 - May 2, 2013
92 Plymouth St
Kentucky Derby Party and Art Auction, Benefit.
United Photo Industries
111 Front Street, Suite 204
Monday - Friday, 11-6
Pine Tree Ballads, Paul Thulin uses analog photography, digital montage, appropriation, and various alternative materials, to explore the contextual and material constructs of history, cultural identity, consumerism, memory, and myth. May 2-19.
28 Jay St
Minescape, Leftover munitions and landmines from the wars in the early 1990s still litter the countryside in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Photographer Brett Van Ort traveled there in late 2009 to photograph areas that were once the front lines of the Bosnian War. April 18 – May 24.
114 Smith St.
Saturdays & Sundays 2-6 pm
Found in nature, Barry Rosenthal. April 13th- June 4th
490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Seeing Through, Paintings by Emily Berger, Nancy Manter, Anne Russinof. April 20 - June 1.
47 Bergen Street
Weds-Sat 1-7, Sunday 1‐5
Big Future,Curated by Risa Shoup and Maximilian Bode Featuring Markus Bradley, Delano Dunn, Nancy Hubbard, Kiya Kim, Anne Mourier, Bethany Robertson, and Ian Trask.
Facts and Fictions, Curated by Ani Katz and Sara Winston featuring Vika Adutova, Michael Borowski, Andrew Russel Coates, Marianne Dages, Barbara Diener, Gregg Evans, Adam Forrester, Joe Gutowski, Lauren Hermele, Julie Renée Jones, Ceci Cole Mcinturff, Jordan Rathus, David Rodriguez, Bailey Scieszka, and Yi Yunyi.
June 1-June 8
Opening: Saturday June 01, .
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
THE EXPLODED MIND OF MULHOLLAND HWANG, .Aaron Ruff and Oliver Jeffers come together again with this project that involves a fictitious boy and his fascination with battle, with nature’s quest for the domination of the biggest and the best, and show the sensitivities of a young mind exploring the world inside his own head. MARCH 9 – MAY 18.
2Fik’S MUSEUM, Performer and photographer, 2Fik. Photographic recreations of classic paintings. He has recreated the environments and photographed them, using himself as the sole impersonator for all of the subjects. 2Fik purposefully selected paintings that are primarily well-known in Europe. April 20 - May 18.
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Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment
334 Grand Ave
Tue-Thu 10-6, Fri-Sat 12-6
COLLIDEscope, The birth Metamorphosis and Evolution of the Abstract Actual, works by Ai Campbell, Julian Lorber, and Elizabeth Knowles. Curated bye Amber D. Harris. March 24th - May 4th.
SILAFANDO - A gift to you for my journey - Portraits of village alkalos (chiefs) and elders made while on a 930 km circumnavigation of The Republic of The Gambia,West Africa by foot. A Solo Exhibition of Jason Florio
543 Myrtle Ave
Sun 11am-5pm, Mon-Thur- 10-6
Brooklyn Landscapes, by Richard Lebenson, over 35 landscape and still-life paintings. May 5th- June 30th
80 Hanson Place
eMERGINGVisual Art and Music in a Post-Hip-Hop Era. Curated by James Bartlett
February 14 – May 26, 2013.
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
Emi Sugimoto, May 11-May 5.
Hiromi Taguchi, May 7-May 12. Akiko Yamazaki, May 14: - May 19. SAKIP, May 21: - May 26.
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
Sculpture Section II, April 30 - May 14, 2013.
35 Claver Place #1
Fri 4-7pm, Sat 1-5pm
Represent Brooklyn Art Exhibit, Jury team included Maribeth Flynn, Wendy Jones, and Danny Simmons. Aaron Driggers, Andrea Spiros, Answerd Stewart, Ann Cofta, Ava Tomlinson, Beryl Brenner, Carol Foy, Deanna Lee, Denise Martinez, Diana McClure, Ellie Balk, Fortunata Schiano, Genesis Frederick, Jackie Weisberg, Jeanette Koumjian, June Gaddy, Justice Whitaker, Kenneth Jackson, Kerri Ferrara, Laura Fantini, Laura Pawson, Linda Hiwot, Linhart, Joseph S, Markus Bradley, Mary Chang, Meghan Willis, Nina Allen, Otto Medvetsky, Robert Reid, Robin Michals, Ronald Peters, Valerie Williams, and Vanessa Peters. April 27th to May 18.
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Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Shanee Epstein, Recent Photography and Mixed Media. May 16 - June 23.
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui
February 8–August 4. Raw/Cooked: Marela Zacarias. February 1–April 28. Fine Lines: American Drawings from the Brooklyn Museum, March 8–May 26. Workt by Hand: Hidden Labor and Historical Quilts. March 15–September 15. Käthe Kollwitz: Prints from the "War" and "Death" Portfolios. March 15–November 10. LaToya Ruby Frazier: A Haunted Capital. March 22–August 11.
Ethan Pettit Contemporary
10 Eighth Avenue #3
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6
Southland, Bushwick painting from a Southern perspective.
558 St. John's Place
Empire, Glexis Novoa, Chitra Ganesh, Roberto Visani, Wardell Milan, Brendan Fernandes, Yeni Mao, Daniel Bejar, Pooneh Maghazehe, Nicholas Galanin, Yoko Inoue. Curated by Natika Soward. May 5-June 9.
Gowanus Print Lab
543 Union St
CUT/PASTE/GROW, Group show featuring: Tuur van Balen, Nurit Bar-Shai, Heather Barnett, Bruce Bryan, Revital Cohen, Tom Deerinck, Andy Gracie, Eduardo Kac, Chris Voigt /Natalie Kuldell /Wythe Marschall /Karen Ingram, Edgar Lissel, Julia Lohmann, Simon Park, Nikki Romanello, Paul Vanouse, Liam Young. March 23–May 11.
306 17th St.
Thurs: 11am-2pm; Fri/Sat 2pm-6pm
Utopians Dance, Andrea Ray's new series of new sculptural and architectural work.
Trees,an exhibition by Keith Miller on view from June 14 -
July 5, 2013. Please join us for a reception with the artist on Saturday, June 15, from 7 to 9pm.
Opening: Monday June 10, 7-9pm.
543 Union St
Thu-Fri 3-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Battle Ground, curated by Sasha Chavchavadze. Battle Ground participants include artists, educators, urban planners and writers: Paul Benney, Peter Bonner, Sasha Chavchavadze, Eymund Diegel, Robert Gould, Katarina Jerinic, Andrew Keating, Christina Kelly, Vitaly Komar, Angela Kramer, Robyn Love, Eva Melas, Duke Riley, Bob Sullivan. April 13th – July 1st
Opening reception: April 13th, 7:00
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Lee Arnold, Rick Caruso, Christina Kelly, Michael Krondl. On view 5/24/17.
ACNY Exhibition Space
220 36th Street, B-515
Storytellers and Mystics, curated by Jennifer Sim. With: Cortney Andews, Juka Araikawa, Daniel Arango, Jaqueline Cedar, Ted Gahl, Rubens Ghenov, Julie Leidner, Jasmine Little, Jennifer Sim, Lumin Wakoa. May 22 - June 26.
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd
Fluxus Time: 1959...1969...1979...George Brecht, Ken Friedman, Alison Knowles, George Maciunas, Larry Miller and Jeffrey Perkins, Vagrich Bakhchanyan, Valera & Na-tasha Cherkashin and Tolsty (Vladimir Kotlyarov), Bas Jan Ader from The Netherlands, Angelo Riviello and Rino Telaro, Mike Dyar and Lowell Darling, Rick Klauber and Peter Malone; Tehching Hsieh, Linda Mary Montano, Phill Niblock, Gail Nathan, Mike Metz and Deena des Rioux. April 10-May 10.
Directions 2013: Annual Student Award Exhibition,
An annual exhibition of the most outstanding examples of student art, as chosen by their instructors. May 22 – June 11.
Opening: Wednesday May 29, 2-3. Award Ceremony
88 35Street 3FL
Monday – Friday 1:00PM - 5:00P
Unfettered, a group show featuring paintings by Jaqueline Cedar, Ketta Ioannidou and Noah Landfield. Their works evoke metaphysical landscapes and traverse sensibilities while exploring the medium with a fresh and viscerally stimulating perspective. March 15-April 28th.
Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th St
Dark Figures, Works of Audrey Anastasi. April -June 1.
EQUUS, artwork about horses, featuring: paintings, sculptures, photographs, and works on paper are Andro & Glicksman, Stephen Basso, Tom Bennett, Beatrice Coron, Jason Florio, Daniel Genova, Tom Hagen, John Jerard, Wendy Klemperer, Dawn Robyn Petrlick, Thomas Roma, Nick Savides, Lorene Taurerewa, Jenny Toth, and Pia Wigren. June 19 - July 31.
Opening: Wednesday June 19, 6:00 - 8:30 pm.
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499 Van Brunt St
Wide Open 4, national juried art show featuring 101 pieces. Curated by Carrie Springer of the Whitney Museum. May 11-June 16th.
On the Waterfront, the 21st annual spring show on the Red Hook Pier, featuring 200 local artists. May 11-June 16th.
351 Van Brunt St
Thurs-Sat 1-7, Sun 12-5
Where We Stand, new work in concrete by Alexa Williams. April 20–June 8.
Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
Inside Out, Selections from the Kentler flatfiles, curated by Laura Phipps.
June 13 - July 21.
Opening: Saturday June 22, 5-7. Curator's talk at 4pm
Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt St
(website under construction)
Sidewalk Closed - Use Other Side, Tom Bovo. Featuring his recent work in and around Red Hook, Tom Bovo's photographs bring a mysterious and ethereal quality to the urban scenes he captures.
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Eyes as Big as Plates, Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth: February 15 – April 26, 2013
Closing Reception: April 24, 6-8pm
SETTLEMENTS, ERNESTO CAIVANO, SELECTED WORKS 2002 - 2013. MAY 18 - JUNE 30.
Opening: Saturday June 01, .