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Williamsburg Galleries
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.
Opening: Friday December 11, 7-9.
17 frost
17 Frost
Thurs-Sunday 12-6
OCHO: Eight Cuban artists from Havana, Miami and New York. Featuring the work of: Angel Alonso, Michel Blazquez, Dunieski Garcia, Natasha Perdomo, Rafael Lopez-Ramos, Frank Guiller, Magin Perez Ortiz and Yilver Gonzalez.
Opening: Saturday November 21, 7-9.
7 Dunham Place
7 Dunham Place

AG Gallery
310 Grand Street
12-8 every day
The World of Kyoko Imazu, Exhibition On View: November 1 - November 22.

Art in Boxes 2016. Opening: Tuesday December 01, 7pm.
Alt Space
Art 101
101 Grand St.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
also by appointment.
Nade Haley, October 23 - November 29. Not Quite Human, T.R. Nimen, passengers and their electronics on the NYC MTA -- re-imagined paintings, journals and objects. December 4 - 20.
Opening: Friday December 04, 6-9.Opening: Friday December 11, 6-9. Williamsburg Second Friday

Brooklyn Art Library
103A North 3rd St.
12-8pm Everyday
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.

New York Obscura Society, wine and chocolate party. visitors will get a chance to leaf through the thousands of sketchbooks collected and archived by The Sketchbook Project.
Opening: Wednesday November 18, 7-9. $35

Brooklyn Oenology
209 Wythe Avenue
Mnemonic Tectonics, Ben Boothby. December 9th - January 18th.
Opening: Thursday December 10, 7-10.
Cathouse FUNeral
260 Richardson Street
Saturdays and Sundays 12-6
My Bed is Made of Atoms, Nicola Ginzel presents a multiplicity of compact bundles of power that come from her hands only when hot. October 10 – November 22.

Three Chambers of a Labyrinth, Edwin Bethea. December 12 - January 24.
Opening: Saturday December 12, 7-10.
City Reliquary
370 Metropolitan
Thursday-Sunday 12-6PM
Ascenzi Square: Sons of Williamsburgh, The Family History of a Neighborhood Landmark" curated by Marion Ascenzi Duckworth Smith at City Reliquary Museum and Civic Organization. September 10, 2015 – January 10.

Cotton Candy Machine
235 South 1st Street
Tues-Sun, 12-6
JUNKO MIZUNO, November 1-29. Hard to the 'Ore, Lyejm Kallas-Lewis works in a variety of media, desigining logos, sculpting jewelry and drawing intricate skulls. November 21st to December 6.
Opening: Saturday November 21, 7-11. 2nd Biennial Group Show, December 11th to December 31. Opening December 11th
Opening: Friday December 11, 7-11.
El Museo de Los Sures
120 South First St.
(718) 387-3600
Thurs-Sun, 1-6
ThreeFold.Natasha Johns-Messenger. Curated by Melissa Bianca Amore, ThreeFold presents an interactive installation that directly disrupts the spatial continuity and perceptual reading of the exhibition space. Sept 17- Nov 22.

168 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 1-6
Burdened Women, with Donna Festa, Janice Mauro, Audrey Rhoda. October 17 - November 15.

Life Drawings, from Figureworks weekly sessions. Artists include: Brad Darcy, Rodney Dickson, Howard Eisman, Susan Hamburger, Randall Harris, Fred Hatt, Karen Miles, K. Saito, Joao Salema, Amos Schumacher, Michael Sitchenko, Samantha Smith, Joanne Ungar. November 20 - December 20.
Opening: Friday November 20, 6-9. Musical Performance by Paul Buffa and Nicholas Grodsky, featuring their 1978 Fender Rhodes Mark 1

Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Fri-Sun 1-6
Inertia,Thomas Broadbent introduces two new bodies of work: watercolor still lives featuring finches, chickadees, ravens and other birds rendered lovingly sensitively with a naturalist’s eye for detail often in conjunction with objects such as stacks of books, Modernist furniture, and ladders. The second consists of highly detailed watercolors based on actual asteroids as they travel through space. Oct 16-Nov 15.

246 Union Avenue
Tues. 7-11 Sat 1-5
Light Headed, features sculpture, video and non-human performances. A symbiosis between action, still-life and living organisms by day turns shadow theater by night. Installation will remain on view until November 21st.

Immersive Gallery
132 Bedford Avenue
Holographic Chameleona sonic spatial art structure installation designed by Jacob Robinette. Holographic Chameleon is a model used by astrophysicists to describe the phenomenon of light transforming into antimatter inside a blackhole.

Interpretative Performances by guests Dance and Art Collectives. Opening: Saturday November 21, 2-6.
166 North 12th Street
Temporary Retail Therapy, by the artist collective Dream Street.

339 Bedford Ave
Thurs-Sun 1-6pm
Andrew Jay RumplerThese new works stem from the artist’s investigation into the use of a seldom seen waste product of the packaging industry: die boards. Nine Stories Furniture Co, the design studio run by the artist, is known for using distinctly un-furniture like materials to realize their work. Here the same approach is taken to create three dimensional objects that function on a level less apparent.

Picture Farm
338 Wythe Ave
Braden King and Monia Lippi.

177 North 9th St.
Tue-Sun 11-6pm
Immiscible Cohesion, Daniel Zeller. 16 October – 15 November.

Identities, Meredith Allen, Lana Abu-Shamat, Nadja Bournonville, David Kramer, Sean Mellyn, Shannon Plumb, William Pope L., Kenneth Shorr, Christophe Thompson, and Jim Torok. 20 November – 23 December.
Opening: Friday November 20, 7-9.
722 Metropolitan Ave, Second Fl
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Future Past Perfect, Michael Ambron, Mary Jones, Rachel Klinghoffer, John O'Connor, and Bayne Peterson. Curated by Lauren Comito. November 7–December 13.

Reverse Space
28 Frost Street
Wed– Sat, 1-7 Sun, 2-6
Art:Work, curated by Jessica Gallucci, is a group exhibition featuring artists who critique, comment upon or subvert systems of labor, commerce or entertainment, often from the inside by going undercover as non-artists in those arenas. It includes works from Jeremy Hutchison, Liz Magic Laser, PJ Linden, Sarah Alice Moran, Narcissister, Sarah Stuve and Philip Vanderhyden. 10/16-11/21.

Room Service
485 Lorimer Street
Fri and Sat 12-6
You! What Planet Is This?* Mattia Casalegno, Alex Krauss, Eva Papamargariti, Mitch Patrick, Daniel Schwarz, Clement Valla. Oct 9 - Nov 4

319 Bedford Ave.
Fri-Mon 12-6pm
Tim Casey | Elizabeth Rogers October 31- December 6.

Slag Contemporary
81 Grand St.
212 967 9818
Hold on to the Now, Stephen Loughman, Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh and Geraldine O’Neill . October 16 – November 15.

Urban Juxtapositions, Liv Mette Larsen and Carol Salmanson. Urban Juxtapositions is comprised of works whose subjects touch on themes of memory, fragmentation, or story through form, color, light, and a spatial dialogue between these matters. Through particular techniques of abstractions, monochrome, or light technology, the works act as hieroglyphs for the everyday. Nov 20 – Jan 10, 2016 Opening Reception: Friday, November 20, 6-8 pm.
Opening: Friday November 20, 6-8.
348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Speak Nearby, Ragnheiour Gestsdottir, Theresa Himmer, and Emily Weiner. November 1–December 6.

Southfirst: Art
60 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 12-6 and by appointment
Photobooth Works, 1969-1976 Jared Bark pieces on view, many exhibited for the first time, explore the possibilities of minimal performance utilizing the body and simple objects within the confines of a predetermined popular format, the photo booth and its four-frame, 1.5” x 8” strip. The exhibition also features two videos documenting Bark’s performance pieces: Four Failures and Exit, from a performance in front of an audience at Red Grooms’ studio in 1972, and an excerpt from The Neutron Readings (1976). The show, curated by Maika Pollack, is on view from September 26 – November 15.

The Boiler
191 North 14th St
Thurs-Sun 12-6pm
The Raft, Rico Gatson & Chris Larson. 23 October – 13 December.

The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 218 7148
12-6 Tues-Sun
Continuum, Agathe Snow. November 11-December 20.

The Royal @ RSOAA
400 B South 2nd Street
Tues, Thur & Sat 12-5
Whomsoever or Wheresoever May Rest the Present, Sophie Grant, Changha Hwang, Zaun Lee and Geoffrey Owen Miller.

Punk as Fuck, Jeremy Balderson, Eric Haines, Jeremy Harris, Sean Pierce and Drew Wiedemann.
244 North 6th St
Thurs-Fri 5-7, Sat-Sun 12-6
Energy of Delusion / Giant 45Keith Sanborn and Brian Dunn. Sanborn and Dunn manipulate their respective media bringing about re-readings and mis-readings of a world in which visual information floods everyday lives.

TwoBlacksOneRed, a collaboration by Li Trincere and Cris Gianakos. November 20-December 20.
Opening: Friday November 20, 7-9.
76 N 8th Street
Nathaniel Lieb, a whimsical installation.

Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
135 Broadway
Fri-Mon 12-6pm
Queer WAH: Contemporary LGTBQ Artists. Curated by Richard Sanchez. October 9th- Sunday, November 1st.

The Dog's Notes, by Poren Huang, exhibiting sculptures of personified dogs in gold, silver, and black!


Greenpoint Galleries
106 Greene
104 Green Street
Sundays from 12-5
Loie Hollowell, Nov 7 - Dec 12.

Auxiliary Projects
212R Norman Avenue
Sat and Sun 1pm-6pm
The Show Me State, Artists: David Baskin, Oasa DuVerney, Jessica Hargreaves, David Howe and Anita Cruz-Eberhard, Rachel Rampleman, Emily Roz, Jonathan Schipper/EXOvault, Chris Verene/Self Esteem Salon™. November 14 - December 13.

37 Greenpoint Ave. 4th Fl
STRANGE LABOR, SARA SHAOU. Curated by Janna Dyk. SEPT 18, 2015 - OCT 31.

Calico Brooklyn
67 West St #203
(347) 450-MEOW
Fridays, 12-5pm
CALICORNUCOPIA 4, Calico’s annual Holiday exhibition of small works, everything priced $300 or less. Dec 4 - 20.
Opening: Friday December 04, 7-10.
Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
67 West st #320
Fri and Sat 12-5
Surprise Prize, Caroline Wells Chandler, Nick Payne, James Ulmer. October 23 – November 28.

Janet Kurnatowski
205 Norman Ave.
718 383 9380
Saturday & Sunday 1-6 pm,
closed go one year sabbatical

Light Industry
155 Freeman Street
Split of the SpiritFred Tan. + Ben Rivers's Things
Opening: Tuesday November 24, 7:30.JoAnn Elam's Rape + Jennifer Montgomery's Home Avenue with a lecture by Johanna Fateman.
Opening: Tuesday December 01, 7:30. Designers in Film curated by Amy Beste, December 8. An Evening with Andrea Fraser, December 9.

Owen James Gallery
61 Greenpoint Avenue, #315
Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5
310E44R822, Dex Fernandez. October 30 - November 29.

Real Fine Arts
673 Meeker Ave
Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Wearables, Nicolas Ceccaldi, November 14th - December 20th.

The Java Project
252 Java Street, Suite #100
Tues-Thurs 2-5; Fri 4-7; Sun 4-7
Doman/Domain, Cecilia Salama.

Yashar Gallery
276 Greenpoint Avenue
Saturdays, Sundays 1-5



Bushwick Galleries
99¢ Plus
238 Wilson Ave.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
Feelings on Standing, Kyle White. Nov 6-Dec 13.

Air Circulation
160 Randolph St
507 Johnson, a group exhibition featuring works by Isidro Blasco, Ryan Michael Ford, Sebastian Garcia Huidobro, Jeremy Jams, Christopher Lin, John Henry Murray, Jon Newman, Brandon Sines, Christy Singleton, Carly Still, Anne Vieux and Matt Acheson & Fergus J Walsh. Sept.19 – Nov.08

Amos Eno Gallery
The Loom-1087 Flushing Avenue, Suite 120
thurs-sun 12-6pm
Corpo RealityCharleen Kavleski, Erik Patton, Meredith Starr, and Cynthia Laureen Vogt. Dec 11-31.
Opening: Friday December 11, 7-9.
Anthony Philip Fine Art
56 Bogart St.
Tue.-Sun., 12-6pm
Vis-A-Vis, photography by Todd Thomas and Charles Grogg. October 30-December 6

Sculptures and Sketches, Jaye Gregory. December 11-January 24
Opening: Friday December 11, 6-9.
109 Ingraham Street, suite 102
646 331 3162
Thu - Sat 12 - 6
Pink Freud & The Pleasant Horizon, Andre Von Morisse explores relationship between painting and photography “reversing" the traditional roles of the two mediums by using paintings as the starting point for an elaborate and intricate photographic process.. October 28- December 13. October 28 – December 13.

Art Helix
299 Meserole Street
Saturdays & Sundays, 12 – 6PM
Distance / Absence, Mari Rantanen, Curated by Bonnie Rychlak. Recent Work, Royce Weatherly and Douglas Degges. October 23 – November 29.

Black & White Gallery / Project Space
56 Bogart
Fri-Sun 1-6
A Slice of Life,Recent work by Christofer Koch. October 30 - December 20.

396 Johnson Avenue
718 456 0396
Wednesday - Sunday 12-6pm
Tales I KnowsNovember 5- January 10.

Christopher Stout Gallery
299 Meserole Street, Ground Floor
Thursday-Sunday: Noon-6pm
The First Time Is Not Like Porn. Linda Griggs, curated by Christopher Stout.

SASSY Nightz, Sassy Stories with Dallas Athent & Prospero Vega.
Dress Shop
322 Troutman
Dress Shop Quarterly, Paul Bergeron, Jose Krapp, Emmanuel Limón, Erik Schoonebeek November 13-December 6.

English Kills
114 Forrest St, alley entrance
Sat-Sun 1-6
Mammalsoap. Accustomed to working predominantly with 3D elements of all kinds, (most importantly taxidermy creatures, animals--small and large), Mammalsoap's art now takes a turn.

Fresh Window
56 Bogart St, lower level
718 417 0783
Fri-Sun 1-6
Lat and Long, Karyn Olivier. On view October 23 - December 6.

Friday Studio Gallery
350 Scholes St., Studio 204, 2nd fl., Brooklyn.
917 974 9664
Fridays, 1PM till 6 PM
"Winding Down" "Winding Down" 11/6 to 11/27/2015 An eclectic group show

"Saturnalia""Saturnalia" 12/4 to 12/18/2015 An eclectic group show
Opening: Friday December 04, 6-8 PM. 

Fuchs Projects
56 Bogart St. #1E
Fri-Sun Noon-6pm
XXX Stitch-Xhibit BPhil Davison’s study of visual media using the technique of cross-stitch to reinterpret dynamism, 3-dimensionality, and form. Davison reinterprets visual media with needle and thread, modernizing cross-stitch by synthesizing popular culture and street art with the traditional craft. December 3rd - December 8th 2015
Opening: Thursday December 03, 6-9.
Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
THE SPHINX RETURNSOpening: Friday November 20, 9-11.
Honey Ramka
56 Bogart St.
Sat-Sun 1-6

IDIO Gallery
976 Grand St., Studio D
Sat-Sun 12-6
Space Face, with select works by Thomas Delaney, Jack Henry and Harlan Ballogg. Curated by Montana Simone. November 6-December 13.

Image Gallery
1501 Broadway
Tues-Fri 12-6
Wasted Talent. Mr. Selfmade

Interstate Projects
66 Knickerbocker Ave
Sat-Sunday, 12-6 pm
Counter Measures, Derek Frech. Rasmus Myrup, I, Scavenger of Carcasses. November 13 - December 20th.

1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Wednesday - Friday, 12:00 - 6:00
Aqueous Earth, With: Allora & Calzadilla, Lara Almarcegui, Brandon Ballengée, Dylan Gauthier, Aviva Rahmani, Brooke Singer, Pinar Yoldas, and others. October 20- January 22. Forms of Otherness, curated by Humberto Moro, artist Mario Navarro has produced a site specific project for which two geometric shapes have been placed upon Staging's platform, along with several groupings of plants indigenous to Kings County. Open through December 10.

Salon: Tony Albert and Aleksander Komarov.Opening: Tuesday November 24, 6:30-8pm.
Kimberly -Klark
788 Woodward Avenue
Sunday from 12-5pm
No Dice, Nickolas Calabrese / Daniel Chew / Sylvia Jeffriess / Yefu Liu / Megan Plunkett / Am Schmidt. Curated by Howie Chen. Nov. 14-Dec.13.

Knockdown Center
52-19 Flushing Ave. (Maspeth Queens)
(347) 915-5615
Saturdays and Sundays 2-6

Maybe I’m Amazed, curated by Sorry Archive. The groundwork for the design comes from Batty Langley’s 1724 writings in Newgate Prison. work from: Reade Bryan, Chris Oh, Nicole Reber, Matthew Speedy. Oct 30-November 22.
Life on Mars
56 Bogart Street
718 417 3935
Fri 3-8, Sat-Sun 1-6
75 Years of Works on Paper, Arnold Mesches. November 13 – December 20.

1623 Hancock St. Ridgewood
Saturday & Sunday 1- 6

Los Ojos
12 Cypress Avenue
Sat-Sun 12-6
Kyle Ford & Brian Sharrock, November 6 – December 20.

Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
Thurs-Sun 12-5:30
Looking Out, an exhibition of early works on paper and recent sculpture by Rachel Whiteread. September 19 – December 20.

1329 Willoughby Ave #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
The Changing Room, Sarah Halpern, featuring new works on paper and installation that utilize imagery - both still and moving - from film related sources including classic Hollywood movies and books that were made into movies. Inspired by a joke her father would repeat when family members said they needed “to change” before heading out the door: “Don’t change, I like you just the way you are”, Halpern reflects upon notions of transformation involving identity, society, relationships between the sexes and in the mediums themselves. In both works on paper and moving image, Halpern frees Hollywood characters and scenes from their usual contexts. October 23 - November 29.

Never Twice, Lary 7, Bradley Eros, Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder, Barbara Hammer, Ken Jacobs, Rose Kallal, Jeanne Liotta, Joel Schlemowitz. December 11 – January 10.
Opening: Friday December 11, 7:30.
Momenta Art
56 Bogart Street
Thu-Mon 12-6pm
Shock & Awe, Michael Paul Britto. November 20 - January 10.
Opening: Friday November 20, 7-9.
Norte Maar
88 Pine Street

56 Bogart
Thu - Sun, 12-6pm
Lior Modan: Wringing Lilies from the Pine NutModan’s eclectic paintings, sculptures and vacuum-casted prints are enigmatic, surprising and oftentimes exquisitely tactile. Using pattern, language and form in glitchy combines, often unified by textural shrouds, Modan’s balancing acts thrive on surface tension, evoking complex, sometimes awkward and/or uncomfortable moods.
Opening: Friday December 04, 7-9PM.
229 Cook Street
Fri-Sun 1-6
KIOSK, new works by Linda Cunningham and Levan Mindiashvili. November 13 – January 3.

Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Sat-Sun 1-6pm
Christian Ruiz Berman | Chapultepec Samsara + Eric Santoscoy-McKillip | 29 PalmsNovember 6 – December 6.

Outpost Artists Resources
1665 Norman St
718. 599.2385
Checkered History: The Grid in Art & Life, 60 artists and over 100 objects that celebrates the use of the grid as a structural component, a design element, and as a game in the creation of artworks. October 3-30.

Present Co.
254 Johnson Avenue
1-6 Saturdays and Sundays
Free Standing Sentence, Robin Winters. November 13 - December 20.

Artist Talk*Opening: Saturday November 21, 6pm.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
(718) 473-0819
Thu-Sun 1-6pm
A Year On Broadway, Elise Engler, an exhibition of gouache, watercolor and colored pencil drawings created in a yearlong project to document every block of Broadway in Manhattan. Exhibition Dates: October 30 - December 20.

286 Stanhope Street
Tasting the Waters by Veronika Pausova. The exhibition opens with a reception on Saturday, Nov. 14th, 6-9pm, and runs through Dec. 13th.

Schema Projects
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
Volume 2: Black & White, co-curated by Mary Judge and Enrico Gomez. Works in and on paper by David Ambrose, Etamar Beglikter, Jerry Birchfield, Astrid Bowlby, Amélie de Beauffort, Lorrie Fredette, Liz Jaff, Christopher Michleg, Gelah Penn, Debra Ramsay, Lauren Seiden, Matthew Shelley, Barbara Siegel, Renee van der Stelt, Allan Wexler, Etty Yaniv. Nov. 6 - Dec. 6.

Force Multiplier + Andrew Zarou. Curated by Jeanne Heifetz. Dec 11- Jan 17.
Opening: Friday December 11, 6-9.
Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St.
Thurs-Sat 6-9

260 Johnson Avenue
347 746 8457
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Gradual Kingdom, Mariem Bennani. November 13th - December 20th.

Slag Contemporary
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
Thurs-Sat. 12-6
Saturn’s Gates, Ben La Rocco, mixed media paintings on Masonite. For La Rocco, Masonite, a common utilitarian board, functions as a symbol for foundation, which he then uses as a surface to explore aspects of human consciousness through his work with line and color. Oct 30 – Dec 13.

56 Bogart Street
Thursday - Monday, 12-6pm
Darla Bjork: Torii/Gate, November 12 - December 21.
Sable Elyse Smith:Blue is Ubiquitous and Forbidden, November 12 - December 21.

Songs for Presidents
1673 Gates Avenue (basement) Ridgewood, NY
Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 6
Drifters, Neveruses, Nov 7 - Dec 27, 2015 Reception: Sat Nov 7, 7pm - 10pm Performances: Sat Nov 21, 2-6 pm (see below for more info)

Total Styrene—True Believer, an afternoon of experimental performances by David Galbraith, Alex Huberty, Michelle Jaffe, Padtech, Daniel Roberts, Jacob Robichaux, and Lizzie Scott with Elisa Lendvay.
Opening: Saturday November 21, 2-6pm..
Stephen Romano Gallery
117 Grattan St. Suite 112
Sanctum Infernum | Magica Sexualis- group exhibition. October 29 - Dec 15.

Charles A.A. Dellschau, American Visonary. Opening: Thursday December 17, 7:30.
Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Storefront Ten Eyck will be closing in October for renovations and will reopen in the spring.

Studio 10
56 Bogart St.
Fri-Mon 1-6
Verbatim, Meg Hitchcock. In her labor-intensive work Hitchcock cuts individual letters from holy books and reconfigures them to create the text from another religion. October 30th - December 20th.

Endless Broken Time, Matt Freedman and Tim Spelios; Collecting Ambroses. Performance.
Opening: Saturday November 21, 8pm.
200 Morgan Avenue
Monday - Friday, 8:30-6
Textpectations, Lizzie Gill explores the notions of romance in the digital age. Along with technology, online courtship has evolved simultaneously.

Temporary Storage Gallery
119 Ingraham St., ground floor
Wednesday-Saturday, 12-7

The Hollows Artspace
708 Bushwick Avenue #2
Sat-Sun 1-6pm
Staves, Gussets, Laths, Tenons. Nov 4-Dec 20

The Living Gallery
1094 Broadway
Wednesdays & Fridays 1-5pm

The Parlour
791 Bushwick Ave
(718) 360-3218
Sundays 12-6pm
The Hand that Creates the I, Carol Bruns,David Humphrey. Erika Ranee, Melanie Smith. November 13 -December 13.

Theodore: Art
56 Bogart Street
Fri-Sun 1-6
Ready for Mayhem, an exhibition of work by Scooter LaForge and Bill Mutter llustrating the maelstrom of the wild, evil, and otherwise naughty urges and desires that childhood icons and images disguise in their rosy-cheeked innocence. Cartoon characters become larger-than-life, sweet baby dolls turn feral, and the white cube is activated as a fun house. October 30 – December 6.

Holiday Hijinks editions and small works by gallery artists and friends. And Tote Modern. December 11-20. reception Friday December 11, 6-9 pm
Opening: Friday December 11, 6-9.
1030 Metropolitan Ave
Saturdays 2 – 7
DiMoDA is a preeminent virtual institution and a virtual reality exhibition platform dedicated to the distribution and promotion of New Media Art. November 14 through December 19.

1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A
Friday 6-9pm, Weekends 12-6pm
Painting, More or Less..Painting, More or Less.. is an exhibition featuring artists from the US and abroad who use minimalist or maximalist, reductive or accumulative approaches in their painting practices. With: Aimée Terburg, Alain Biltereyst, Chris Fennell, Danielle Mysliwiec, Emma Langridge, Michael Rouillard, Shawn Stipling. October 30 - December 6.

1329 Willoughby Ave, #2
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
American Pharoahs, a three person exhibition curated by William Crump that features work by artists Mariah Dekkenga, Robbie Mcdonald and Ian Pedigo. October 30 – December 6.

Flat Files: Year Three, by: Wayne Adams, Paolo Arao, Irena Azovsky, Dan Becker, Alex Blau, Ewelina Bochenska, Ryan Browning, Amanda Burnham, Eddie Chu, Martha Clippinger, Julie Curtiss, Jon Duff, Shanti Grumbine, Robert Howsare, Hai-Hsin Huang, Casey Jex Smith, Dana Kane, Locke King, Amanda Lechner, Ernest Lopez, Nicole Mauser, Mikhail Mishin, Debra Ramsay, Sean Riley, Jeremy Roby, Christopher Schade, Jessica Slaven, Eliza Stamps, Jamie Steele, Krista Svalbonas, Caleb Taylor, Christina Tenaglia, and Rachael Wren. December 11– January 3.
Opening: Friday December 11, 6-9.
87 Richardson St.
Sat-Sun 1pm - 6pm
nuff’ said, Nicholas Buffon, Tom Forkin, Marley Freeman, Eric Legris, Caitlin MacQueen. Nov. 7-29.

581 Woodward Ave. Ridgewood Queens
718 600-5417
Fri-Sun-1 - 6
Our Promised Lands, A 50-State Series, Kurt Hoffman. Oct.30-Nov.22

1109 Dekalb Ave
Sundays 1–5
Woo-Woo-Womanival, by Caroline Paquita. Featuring New-Age sounds from a live modular synth set (from 8-9pm), by Balloon Monument. TOBY curator, Brittany Natale. Portrait of Some Sort of Self by Eddie Chu explores one's sense of self and one's projection of self through social media in the digital age. November 5th - November 29th

Family Album, Participating artists include Patrick Barth, Charlotte Evans, George Ferrandi, Sara Jimenez, Julien Leyssene, David (Scout) McQueen, Maureen O’Leary, Hiroki Otsuka, Caroline Paquita, Pate, Allison Putnam, Netta Sadovsky, Janel Schultz, David Shaughnessy, Mike Taylor, and Keil Troisi. The exhibition is curated by Candace Jeanne Moeller. December 12 – January 3.
Opening: Saturday December 12, 7 - 10.


Bedford-Stuyvesant Galleries
ARTs East New York Inc.
851 Hegeman Ave.

Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
718 735-4400
Tues-Sun, 10-5

Good Work Gallery
1100 Broadway
Blood Suckers: A Show About Vampires, Curated by Scott Goodman. With Hanny Ahern, Trenton Duerksen Etienne Pierre Duguay & Domain, Devon Clapp, Clark Filio, Daniele Frazier, Aaron Johnson, Devin Kenny, Kaitlin Till-Landry, Jawhan Massie Chris Oh, Saki Sato, Taylor Shields, Matt Taber, Faren Ziello.

112 Rogers Ave. #2
24 hours window

495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
Our friends were there at the spot. We were in shock. This was the worst scene I've ever seen. Christopher Rivera’s solo exhibition. November 6 - December 20.

House of Art Gallery
408 Marcus Garvey Blvd.
347 663-8195
Tues.-Sunday, 2-7
My Art Looks Back, Less I Forget - Artist: Steven Cogle . Nov 7-28.

Skylight Gallery
1368 Fulton St
Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 1-6

The Bishop
916 Bedford Avenue
703 888 7591
Thurs-Friday 11-6, Sat 12-6
Graffiti vs Street Art: A History, is an historical exhibition intended to clearly present the fact that, although being blanketed under the terms Street Art or Urban Art, Graffiti and Street Art are actually two very different things. Simply put, this Graffiti is calligraphic. Al Diaz(Bomb One, Samo*) co-curator, selected the following graffiti writers to participate; Samo*, Bomb One, Snake -1, Flint, Jester, Tracy 168, & Lee. The following street artist were selected by co-curator Christopher Hart Chambers(avant*); avant*, Scot Borofsky, Linus Coraggio, Richard Hambleton, Ken Hiratsuka, RV, Dan Witz, & Keith Haring. October 17-November 14.

Tomato House
301 Saratoga Avenue
Saturday 1-6


Dumbo/Downtown Galleries
--DUMBO First Thursday--
First Thursday Gallery WalkAll galleries and cultural institutions stay open late.
Opening: Thursday December 03, 6-9.
A.I.R. Gallery
155 Plymouth Street
Tues-Sun 12-6
Catherine Mosley, Up Down & Sideways. Barbara Grinell, New works. Barbara Roux, Happenstance. October 15 - November 15.

Erica Stoller, Gravity Feed. Esther Naor, The Object is Present. . Sylvia Netzer, Artifacts: Rattles. November 19 - December 20.
Opening: Thursday December 03, 6-8. First Thursday Gallery Walk

Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street
Fri, Sun 12 – 5; Sat 10 – 5
Brooklyn Americans: Hockey's Forgotten Promise. Sept 21-March 27, 2016. Brooklyn Sewers: What’s Up Down There? June 9- May 29, 2016. Personal Correspondents: Photography and Letter Writing in Civil War Brooklyn. April 9-Spring 2016.

Gallery Gaia
79 Hudson Avenue
Sat-Sun. 1-6
Shipping Muse, Neddi Heller, this solo exhibition features drawings done on the Brooklyn waterfront. The word "drawing" is used metaphorically as well as literally. The exhibit draws inspiration from The Brooklyn Waterfront and its Shipping industry.Nov. 5-29.

The Tin Cup -Small Work Exhibition. Dec 3-27.
Opening: Thursday December 03, 6-9. Part of First Thursday Artwalk

Issue Project Room
22 Boerum Place

Klompching Gallery
89 Water Street
Wed-Sat 11-6pm
Glass, Robert Calafiore, one-of-a-kind photographs of glass vessels collected from the artist’s family, made using a pinhole camera obscura; and Robert Moran: Relics, photographs of artifacts from our recent past that are discarded, enabling us to view them with nostalgia, warmth and to ignite memories of an object's past use. On view through December 12th
Opening: Thursday December 03, 6-8. First Thursday Gallery Walk

Long Island University/Salena Gallery
LIU Brooklyn 1 University Plaza Brooklyn,
9-6pm (m-f) & 12-6 (Sat.)

Masters Projects, Inc
91 Water St.
YOK & SHERYO, 11.19.15 – 01.01.16
Opening: Thursday December 03, 6-9. First Thursday

Minus Space
16 Main St.
Weds-Sat 12-6pm
Fiber Optic, A group exhibition highlighting several generations of artists innovating at the intersection of geometry and fiber. Participating artists include Anni Albers, Joell Baxter, Samantha Bittman, Chris Bogia, Martha Clippinger, Gabriel Dawe, Michelle Grabner, Lynne Harlow, Linda King Ferguson, Victoria Munro, Gabriel Pionkowski, Carrie Pollack, Sue Ravitz, Stephen Westfall, and Emi Winter. November 7 – December 19.
Opening: Thursday December 03, 6-8. First Thursday Gallery Walk

Porter Contemporary
145 Plymouth Street
Fri & Sat 12-6, Sun 12-4
Momentary Glimpses, by Laura Shechter. Oct 16 - Sat Nov 14.

Sculptors Guild Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 256
Thurs & Fri, 12-5
Structure, Michael Wolf. October 1-November 6.

Smack Mellon
92 Plymouth St
Wed-Sun 12-6
Karin Giusti, Honorem: Three Seasons at Black Forest Farm. Michael Kukla, Jeskyne. September 26 - December 13.
Opening: Thursday December 03, 6-9. First Thursday Gallery Walk

Holiday Closing PartyOpening: Sunday December 13, 4-6.
United Photo Industries
16 Main St.
Monday - Friday, 11-6
American Home, Nadine Boughton takes a long look at mid-century America, a culture where men returned home from war, mass consumption and advertising proliferated, and gender roles were set in stone. December 3, 2015 – January 23.
Opening: Thursday December 03, 6-9.


Boerum Hill Galleries
247365 Brooklyn
131 Huntington St.
Sat-Sun, noon-6
GrenadineGraham Hamilton. On view 11/14–12/20.

490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
DUOtone, Robert Dandarov. iliana emilia Garcia. Nov 7 - Dec 27.

The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
Thu-Sun 1-7pm
In Your House, by a Canadian-American artist Julie Tremblay, a site-specific installation for the center’s annex space, The Glass House.

Wonderland. paintings, photographs, sculptures, and illustrations from 20 different artists. Dec 5-30.
Opening: Saturday December 05, 6-10.


Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
321 Gallery
321 Washington Avenue
Saturday 12-5
44, Paul McMahon, September 12 - Nov 21.

BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
(718) 636-4100
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment
Duhirwe Rushemeza and Justin Orvis Steimer. site specific work commissioned by the BAM and Justin Orvis Steimer's watercolors.

BRIC House
647 Fulton Street
Tue-Sun 10-8pm
¿What’s The Meaning of This?Juan Sánchez, Curated by Elizabeth Ferrer. A solo exhibition of the work of one of the most significant Latino artists and Nuyorican cultural figures of the late twentieth century. November 6 - December 27.

Corridor Gallery
334 Grand Ave
Tue-Thu 10-6, Fri-Sat 12-6
In Pursuit of Freedom, September 13th - November 7th.

Guild Greene Gallery
281 Greene Avenue
Thurs-Sat, 2-8, Sun, 12-6
Susan Rowland. Ceramic sculpture, botanical monoprints and mixed media.

80 Hanson Place
Wed-Sun 12-7pm
Dis place, Curated by Allison Davis & Ali Rosa-Salas. How to Suffer Politely (and other Etiquette) by Kameelah Janan Rasheed On View in the Window Gallery. Selections from Revelations Photography by Kudzanai Chiurai October 17, 2015-January 17.

Ouchi Gallery
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
(347) 987-4606
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
Post No Bills, Misa Sawairi. 11/17-22

Thinking of Death next to Rosewood, Hitomi Motohashi. 11/25 -11/29.
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
Mon-Fri, 11am-5pm
The pure products of America go crazy. Lucas Blalock, Owen Kydd, John Lehr, Joshua Chuang, Harry Callahan, Arnold Newman, Paul Outerbridge, Jr., Aaron Siskind, Sandy Skoglund, Frederick Sommer, and Edward Weston. Oct 07, 2015 —Friday, Nov 20.

647 Fulton Street
Tues-Sat 12-6pm
Problematica, Sarah Briland. n the microcosm of the kiln, artist Sarah Briland enacts the geological forces of heat, gravity and time to create Problematica, or fossils of unknown origin. November 18 - February 6.
Opening: Wednesday November 18, 6-8.


Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 Gallery
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
The 11th Annual Small Works Show, December 10th, 2015 - January 10th.
Opening: Thursday December 10, 6-9.
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Impressionism and the Caribbean: Francisco Oller and His Transatlantic World. Oct 2–Jan 3. Ai Weiwei: LEGO Collection Point Oct 29–Nov 29. KAWS: Along the Way Through Dec 6.

First SaturdayOpening: Saturday December 05, 5-11.
Dawn Hunter Gallery
200 6th street
12-5 Saturday and Sunday
Vinyls. October 16-Nov 1.

Ethan Pettit Gallery
10 Eighth Avenue Suite 3
Morphophlis, new paintings by Robert Egert. With Chris Fiore and Tobias Tak, Catalog essay by Laura Padge. Oct 3-Dec 19.

558 St. John's Place
Thu-Sun 1-6pm
Endless, Entire, highlights 58 members of American Abstract Artists who engage with the circle, a form often associated with perfection, although it can seldom be found as such in nature. The artworks gathered here show us where these artists find circles, how they use them, and how they break the form apart. Curated by Rachel Nackman. November 21 – December 20.
Opening: Saturday November 21, 5-8. Panel Discussion: Sunday, December 6. 4pm

Detroit: 2 Stories, An installation by Detroit-born Sandra Osip (sculptures) and Douglas James (paintings) in the FiveMyles lab garage. Nov 1-Nov 29.
Gowanus Ballroom
55 9th Street, Building 61
Fri 6pm-1am, Sat 3pm-1am, Sun 12pm–5pm

Morbid Anatomy Museum
424A 3rd Ave (Corner of 7th St)
Do The Spirits Return? The exhibition will feature stunning and rarely exhibited original stage props, posters, photographs, artworks, letters, books, and even the fabled "Luxor Mummy," all drawn from the collection of Brooklyn native Rory Feldman. April 11-January 5.

Opus Hypnagogia: Sacred Spaces of the Visionary and Vernacular, Curated by Stephen Romano (July 18 – October 18, 2015)
Open Source
306 17th St.
Wednesdays-Saturdays, 2-7pm
Mira Gáberová: Statue of EverythingContemporary artists, just like their performative activities, often oscillate on the borderline between the mundane world around them and an artificially determined field of creative process. One of many possible ways how to define this is to use a medium of video. Mira Gáberová uses video especially in this sense. In many of her works, like in the presented one, the video frame reflects the space of artist`s passive presence confronted with a given environment, rather than a theatre stage for an active performance.

OPEN SOURCE WINTER FUNDRAISER.Opening: Friday December 11, 6pm.
Ortega y Gasset Projects
363 Third Avenue
1-6pm, Sat & Sun
On The Fence Finish Flag, Eleanor Aldrich, Catherine Haggarty, Becky Kolsrud. Curated by Joshua Bienko. November 13 - December 12.

Soapbox Gallery
636 Dean Street, Brooklyn

Trestle Gallery
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Mon-Fri 11-6
Quantum Leap, Trestle Resident Exhibition. On View: November 20th - November 30.
Opening: Friday November 20, 6-10.


Sunset Park Galleries
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd
Drawing the Line: Early Academic Drawings from the Collection of the Art Students League. Among the artists represented will be Kenyon Cox (1856-1919), Augustus Vincent Tack (1870-1949), Frank Vincent DuMond (1865-1951), Dennis Miller Bunker (1861-1890), and George Bridgman (1865-1943). October 21 - December 2.

NARS Foundation
201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
Lateral Drift, featuring the work of Elizabeth Hatke, derived from ideas of artworks that have multiple lives. Curated by David A. Ross. October 16 - November 14.

Subtle Interchange, Participants: Vasiliki Antonopoulou, Keren Anavy, Emma Critchley, Milton Croissant, Bima Engels, Sandra Erbacher, Emma Bernhard, John Roach, and Karin Waskiewicz. Novmeber 20 - December 18.
Opening: Friday November 20, 6-8.
Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th St
Thursday-Saturday 1-5; August:


Red Hook Galleries
499 Van Brunt St
Sat-Sun, 1-6

Hot Wood Arts
481 Van Brunt #9B (2nd floor)
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm

Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
Thu-Sun 12-5pm
Kentler Celebrates 25. Curators: Mariella Bisson, Camille Ann Brewer, Rafael Bueno, Beth Caspar Karni Dorell, Gail Flanery, Susan Newmark Fleminger Nene Humphrey, Charlotta Kotik, Nancy Manter, Meridith McNeal, Mercedes Vicente. Artists: Sunny Balzano, John Buchanan, Beth Caspar, Phillip Chen Karni Dorell, Judith Egger, Anne Gilman, Tadashi Hashimoto, Molly Heron, Mary Judge, Tatana Kellner, Rejin Leys, Bettina Magi, Florence Neal, Margaret Neill, Janet Neuhauser, Bill Nogosek, Elizabeth O’Reilly, Beverly Ress, Martin Reyna, Viviane Rombaldi Seppey, Teri Slotkin, Jane South, Monika Weiss, Martin Zet.

Curators' Talk.Opening: Saturday December 05, 4pm.
Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt St
12-7pm Th-Sun
Pairing Down, Søren Aagaard, Felipe Cohen, Diana Policarpo, Ariel Reichman, Presented in collaboration with Residency Unlimited. Curated by Marion Guiraud and Rachel Valinsky. November 6 - 22.

Pioneer Works
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Weds-Sun, 12-6
The Hiroshima Panels, an exhibition of monumental paintings depicting the bombings and aftermath of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by Japanese artists Iri and Toshi Maruki, and A Body in Fukushima, a series of photographs depicting post-nuclear disaster Fukushima, collaboratively created by movement artist Eiko Otake and photographer William Johnston. November 13 - December 20. Opening Recepn exhibition of monumental paintings depicting the bombings and aftermath of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by Japanese artists Iri and Toshi Maruki, and A Body in Fukushima, a series of photographs depicting post-nuclear disaster Fukushima, collaboratively created by movement artist Eiko Otake and photographer William Johnston. November 13 - December 20.

Second Sundays, a monthly series of open studios, live music, and site-specific interventions presented by Pioneer Works the second Sunday of every month.
Opening: Sunday December 13, 4-10.
Rhombus Space
183 Lorraine Street, 3rd Floor, #33
Sat-Sun 1-5pm


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