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Williamsburg Galleries
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.

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Thurs-Sunday 12-6
Exhibition schedule starts in October

7 Dunham Place
7 Dunham Place
Every Little Thing Must Go Wrong, Photo exhibit + dual book release by Ricardo Lozano. Ricardo will be exhibiting close to 300 prints that were shot this year alone, launching two new books totaling 300 pages and launching a limited line of apparel.

AG Gallery
107A North 3rd Street
12-8 every day

Art 101
101 Grand St.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
also by appointment.
Duet - Theresa Ellerbrock and Susan Mayr. Sept.12 - Oct.12

Arc Across the Vortex, curated by Jenny Lynn McNutt - sculpture by Ellen Driscoll, Eve Andree Laramee, and Mary Ziegler. Oct. 17 - Nov. 16
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.

Brooklyn Oenology
209 Wythe Avenue

City Reliquary
370 Metropolitan
Thursday-Sunday 12-6PM
A Dark Day in Sunnyside, The Dick Power Story, a bike obsessed life of damage and redemption. Through August.

Cotton Candy Machine
235 South 1st Street
Tues-Sun, 12-6
Kraken, Seher and Smithe, These prolific Mexican artists have been rocking the art scene, painting murals, creating posters and showing original works all over the world. August 15th- September 10th.

Sean Mahan & Elizabeth Winnel. September 12th - October 5th

Niji Bambini, Camilla d'Errico finds joy in angst - in shape and in form, in color and in texture – and in the embodiment of passion. Hikari Shimoda Shimoda’s artwork paints a world where cuteness and horror coexist, and fantasy meets reality. October 10th - November 9th
Opening: Friday October 10, 7-11.
El Museo de Los Sures
120 South First St.
(718) 387-3600
Tuesday-Thursday, 12:00PM-6:00
Itziar Barrio's three month residency. Itziar Barrio's artistic practice explores the concept of reality as a construction that is constantly being recreated.

Elephant Art/ Endangered Artists
566 Lorimer St. #1FR
Tues – Sat, 1–7
Art & Fashion by Elephants, 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. The AEACP is a 501c3 non-profit organization. All proceeds from art sales go back to benefit the elephants. The event is free.

168 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 1-6
And The Wiinner Is... paintings by Brooklyn artist George Spencer with select 20th century works by notable artists who have explored various forms of competition. September 6 - October 5.

Firehouse 212
134 Wythe Avenue (betw. N. 8th and N. 9th Streets)

Firework Gallery
146 Berry street
Techno BoothsJerome Johnson

Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Fri-Sun 1-6
Brutal Legacy, Sean Hemmerle, in this recent series of photographs, Hemmerle shows images of an imperiled Brutalist masterwork, The Orange County Government Center in Goshen, NY.

Brutal Legacy: A Conversation about Paul Rudolph and his Endangered Masterwork, with Theoharis David, Sean Khorsandi, and William Watson.
Opening: Sunday September 28, 7-9. 2pm

Gitana Rosa
19 Hope Street
Saturdays 12-6
experior: try, test, experienceInaugural fall group show curated by Lauren Wolchik featuring diverse media and events inspired by a flashcard from a "How to Learn Latin" set. OhFaSho pop-up pizza store hosted by Chef Lé B(l)a(ck)tman will be open for business Saturday evening, September 27th.

246 Union Avenue
Tues. 7-11 Sat 1-5
Lital Dotan & Eyal Perry, One on One performance.
Opening: Friday September 19, 7-11.Miho Tsujii, Performance.
Opening: Tuesday September 23, 8pm. 

Performance by Tania Alice, Tuesday, September 30, 8pm.

Poetry performance by Miriam Atkin, Tuesday, October 7, 8pm

Cherry Orchard Garage Sale, 24 hour theater production by Cacolet Collective. Friday, October 10, 6pm- Saturday, October 11, 6pm

Goatshed Gallery
256 N. 9th St
Sat-Sun 1-6pm, and by appointment

339 Bedford Ave
11-6 Tues-Sun

Picture Farm
338 Wythe Ave
“Thaw”, installation by Japanese artist duo Studio Sawada curated by Kanae Maeda. Thousands of ice sculptures will cool you off from the lingering heat of New York City's late summer Within this work, the artists continue their exploration of the phenomenological effect created through the accumulation of ice. Sept 5-Oct 10

177 North 9th St.
Tue-Sun 11-6pm
PIEROGI XX: Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition. Featuring: John Phillip Abbott, Meredith Allen, Noriko Ambe, Justin Amrhein, Reed Anderson, Janine Antoni, Karen Arm, Michael Ashkin, Olive Ayhens, Phyllis Baldino, Michael Ballou, Ron Baron, Gregory Barsamian, Lothar Baumgarten, Louise Belcourt, John Berens, Elena Berriolo, Jean Blackburn, Matt Blackwell, Stefan Bohnenberger, Lee Boroson, Nadja Bournonville, Nina Bovasso, Leslie Brack Katherine Bradford, Rick Briggs, David Brody, David Henry Brown Jr., Phong Bui, Tom Burckhardt, Bruce Busby, Ken Butler, Luisa Caldwell, Beth Campbell, Scott Campbell, Francis Cape, Mary Carlson, Steven Charles, Clare Churchouse, Charles Clary, Dawn Clements, Brian Conley, Kevin Cooley Caroline Cox, Hugo Crosthwaite, Jennifer Dalton, Adam Dant, Daniel Davidson, Kirsten Deirup, Dan Devine, Brian Dewan, Leon Dewan, Don Doe, Joshua Dorman, Peter Dudek, Miriam Dym, Leif Elggren, Lori Ellison, James Esber, Lee Etheredge Iv, Rochelle Feinstein, J. Fiber, Jane Fine, Amanda Finn, Tony Fitzpatrick, Matt Freedman, Kohei Fukuda, Peter Garfield, Rico Gatson, Andrea Geyer, Graham Gillmore, Kate Gilmore, Tamara Gonzales, Stacy Greene, Donald Groscost, Rachel Harrison, Cynthia Hartling, Ellen Harvey, Cm Von Hausswolff, Isabelle Hayeur, Lisa Hein, Eric Heist, David Henderson, Douglas Henderson, Jonathan Herder Linda Herritt, Elana Herzog, Robert Hickman, Peter Hildebrand, Jen Hitchings, Perry Hoberman, Chan Kok Hooi, Sarah Hotchkiss, James Hyde Yoko Inoue, Johanna Jackson, Patrick Jacobs, Xylor Jane, Yun-Fei Ji, Chris Johanson, Kim Jones, Mary Judge, Dana Kane, Sermin Kardestuncer, Darina Karpov, Nina Katchadourian, Tricia Keightley, Lisa Kereszi, Miru Kim, Kim Kimball, Wendy Klemperer, Igor And Svetlana Kopystiansky, David Kramer, Larry Krone, William Lamson, Robert Lazzarini, Simon Lee, Yoon Lee, Maria Levitsky, Mark Lombardi, Ati Maier, Matt Marello, Chris Martin, Bob Marty, Carey Maxon, Maix Mayer, Alicia Mccarthy, Nat Meade, Sean Mellyn, Shari Mendelson, Valerie Merians, Katie Merz, Ander Mikalson, Andrew Moszynski, Ryan Mrozowski, Lutz-Rainer Mueller And Stian Ådlandsvik, Itty Neuhaus, Jessica Nissen, Johan Nobell, Nicky Nodjoumi, Thomas Nozkowski, John O’connor, Andrew Ohanesian, Gene Oldfield, Roxy Paine Marilla Palmer, Gary Panter, Laura Parnes, Bruce Pearson, Joyce Pensato, Liza Phillips, Ann Pibal, Irene Pijoan, Shannon Plumb William Pope.L, Katherine Powers, William Powhida, Susan Rabinowitz, Mark Reynolds, Joyce Robins, Carol Saft, Karin Sander, Katia Santibanez, Michael Schall, Jef Scharf, David Scher, Jonathan Schipper, Bill Schuck, Bob Seng, David Shapiro, Carleen Sheehan, Ward Shelley, Kenneth Shorr, James Siena, Amy Sillman, Adam Simon, Guy Richards Smit, Michael Smith, Bob & Roberta Smith, Robert Smithson, Tim Spelios, Charles Spurrier, Jason Starkie, Lisa Stefanelli, Gary Stephan, Joel Stoehr, Cathy Stone, David E. Stone, Greg Stone, Les Stone, John Stoney Tavares Strachan, Kurt Strahm, Eve Sussman, Lynn Talbot, Jude Tallichet, Fred Tomaselli, Jim Torok, Fred Valentine, Sarah Walker, Andrea Way, Ken Weathersby, Lawrence Weiner, Alun Williams, Martin Wilner, Hans Winkler, Angela Wyman, Mika Yokobori, Charles Yuen, Hk Zamani, Daniel Zeller, Mary Ziegler, Deborah Zlotsky. 5 September-5 October.

158 Roebling Street
(347) 674-7706
Mon - Fri, 6pm - Midnight, Sat-Sun 1pm - Midnight

722 Metropolitan Ave, Second Fl
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Hidden in Plain Sight
, Elizabeth Boyle, Kati Gegenheimer, Audrey Hope, Kyoung eun Kang, Karen Ostrom, Brigitta Varadi. Curated by Carolyn Sickles. September 13–October 5.

Reverse Space
28 Frost Street
Wed– Sat, 1-7 Sun, 2-6
Prove it to me, curated by Natasha Marie Llorens, presents the work of seven social practice artists who refuse an objective understanding of photography. Instead, they create projects that thicken the relationship between an image and the event it stands in for. 9/12 – 10/19.

319 Bedford Ave.
Fri-Mon 12-6pm
Chocolates 20 years, Featuring the work of Evan Hecox.
Opening: Sunday September 21, 7-11.
Skink Ink Editions
177 North 10th Street, Room G
917 536 8347
Thurs-Sun 11-7

348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Belief System, solo exhibition by Munro Galloway. Sept 14th - Oct 19.

Southfirst: Art
60 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 12-6 and by appointment

The Boiler
191 North 14th St
Thurs-Sun 12-6pm
Brooklyn Gravity Racers, Cars will be on view 11–21 September. Preliminary Races: Tuesday, 16 September. 7-9pm. Wednesday, 17 September. 7-9pm. Thursday, 18 September. 7-9pm. Final Races: Friday, 19 September. 7-10pm
Opening: Thursday September 18, 7-9.Opening: Friday September 19, 7-9.
The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 218 7148
12-6 Tues-Sun
Comedies, Jeff Zilm. An exhibition of genre paintings. For this new series of works, Zilm sourced 8mm and 16mm slapstick films of the period from 1900 to 1960—shorts and features by Fatty Arbuckle and Mabel Normand, Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Ben Turpin and Jerry Lewis. September 15 – October 26.

244 North 6th St
Thurs-Fri 5-7, Sat-Sun 12-6
George Hofmann & Ben Dowell, September 12 to October 11.

Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
135 Broadway
Fri-Mon 12-6pm
Small Works – An Assemblage & Sculpture Show, by Gerard Barbot in the small gallery. September 6 - September 28.

Memorial, Curated by Yuko Nii. Honoring Estelle Levy, Fernand Barbot and Elodie Lauten—who have passed away recently. The Works of Estelle Levy & Fernand Barbot. Estelle Levy's Supporting Artist Participants: Linda Butti, Helen Henry, Kenol Lamour, Barbara Schiller, Gabe Turow, Music & Video by Elodie Lauten. September 6 – 28.


Greenpoint Galleries
Auxiliary Projects
2 St. Nicholas Ave.
Sat and Sun 1pm-6pm
Closed for summer

Calico Brooklyn
67 West St #203
(347) 450-MEOW
Fridays, 12-5pm
Post and Lintel, recent works by David S. East and Robert Raphael. Sept 12 - Oct 17, 2014

Fowler Project Space
67 West Street, Unit 216
Sat 12-5
Life of the Party, an exhibition organized by Peter Schenck featuring work by Tess Bilhartz, Austin Eddy, Sarah Lubin, Jeremy Roby, Peter Schenck, and Simon Slater. Sept. 12- Oct 4.

Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
67 West st #320
Fri and Sat 12-5
Ritual Magic, Glen Baldridge, Graham Collins, Ryan Foerster, Ben Phalen, Jenna Ransom, Angline Rivas, Brion Nuda Rosch, Justin Samson, Ryan Schneider, Marnie Weber, Logan White, Nick Van Woert, Scott Wolniak. September 12 – October 4.

154 Huron Street
Saturday and Sunday, 1-6pm
Dead Ends, The work in the show represents a range in media and each broadly explores the notion of a dead end as a looping circuit, an isolating condition or a moment of failure. Can Aytekin, Barbara Friedman, Robert Nava, Nooshin Rostami, Fred Valentine. September 12 - 28

Janet Kurnatowski
205 Norman Ave.
718 383 9380
Saturday & Sunday 1-6 pm,
Shane McAdams, sept 12-oct 12.

Java Studios
252 Java Street, suite #308
Mon-Fri 10-6p

Light Industry
155 Freeman Street

Owen James Gallery
61 Greenpoint Avenue, #315
Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5
Death and the Sea, An exploration of Richard Bosman's love of the sea, and of the artist's use of woodcut, etching and linocut.

Rawson Projects
223 Franklin St
Sat-Sun 1-7pm, and by appointment

Real Fine Arts
673 Meeker Ave
Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Dave Miko, Sept 13 - Oct 26.

Yashar Gallery
276 Greenpoint Avenue
Saturdays, Sundays 1-5

Yes Gallery
147 India St.
(917) 593-9237
Thurs-Fri 1-7, Sat 1-5
Unsructured, Group show with Ben Boothby, Cooper Holoweski, Charlotte Lethbridge, Melissa Murray.



Bushwick Galleries
99¢ Plus
238 Wilson Ave.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
This Kind of Face, a solo exhibition of videos and a book by Los Angeles-based artist Siri Kaur. Sept 19-Oct 5
Opening: Friday September 19, 7-9.
Air Circulation
160 Randolph St
Appetite: The Culture of Food, a group exhibition of photojournalistic work related to the culture and economics of the global food chain. Featuring works by: Dominic Bracco II, Andrea Bruce, Alan Chin, Peter DiCampo, Brendan Hoffman, Ed Kashi, Yunghi Kim, Charlie Mahoney, Diana Markosian, Justin Maxon, Pete Muller, Katie Orlinsky, Lance Rosenfield, Bob Sacha and Max Whittaker. Curated by Melanie Burford. September 04 – October 12.

Fellowship Farewell/Welcome Party! each of the Fellows will briefly present images of their work starting at 6pm. 2013 - 2014: Rachel Farmer, Dina Kantor, Amelia Marzec, Jayanthi Moorthy, Laura Petrovich-Cheney, Susan Stainman. 2014 - 2015: Zeljka Blaksic AKA, Gita Blak, Sara Kriendler, Amanda Turner Pohan, Alexandria Smith, Claudia Sohrens, Audra Wolowiec.
Opening: Thursday October 09, 6-9.
70 Jefferson
Sundays 12-6
The Airplane Installations, Indoor, outdoor site-specific work by Leeza Meksin. May 30 - July 6.

Amos Eno Gallery
The Loom-1087 Flushing Avenue, Suite 120
thurs-sun 12-6pm
EXIT SIX, Chris Kienke. The seven colossal works in the exhibition fuse painting techniques with digital manipulation, centered around the concept of the road. September 4 - 27.

Take 4, Charleen Kavleski. Geometric canvas constructions, a single painting selection, and freestanding modular sculptures that focus on the isosceles right triangle as medium. 10/2 - 26.
Opening: Friday October 03, 6-8pm.
109 Ingraham Street, suite 102
646 331 3162
Thu - Sat 12 - 6
The Grisaille Paintings, Anthony Miler forsakes color to explore in shades of gray with graphite on raw canvas. September 6 – 27.
Opening: Wednesday September 17, 6-9.
Art Helix
16 Harrison Place
Saturdays & Sundays, 12 – 6PM
Brian Gaman, An Exhibition of Works: 1987-2014. Sept 20 – Oct 19.
Opening: Saturday September 20, .
Brooklyn Fire Proof Gallery
119 Ingraham Street

Dress Shop
322 Troutman Street
Sat–Sun, 12–6PM
Aaron Miller, Miners series combines drawing, mixed media, and installation. Using actual coal dust and silvery graphite, the artist juxtaposes neoclassical portraits with the rugged faces of coal miners. In doing so, he draws attention to issues of class, contrasting the luxurious consumption of high society with the raw world of resource production and labor. July 17–September 5.

English Kills
114 Forrest St, alley entrance
Sat-Sun 1-6
Vilaykorn Sayaphet, solo show of paintings.

Fresh Window
56 Bogart St, lower level
718 417 0783
Fri-Sun 1-6
NightlightMiya Ando and Marc Egger. September 5 – October 18.

Friday Studio Gallery
56 Bogart St., 1st fl., Brooklyn.
718 821 2180
Friday, 3PM till 8 PM
"A Mere Bagatelle" A group show- 9/5 to 9/26/2014

"Harvest of Dreams 2014" 10/3 to 10/31/2014 An eclectic group show.
Opening: Friday October 03, 6 to 8 PM. 

Fuchs Projects
56 Bogart St. #1E
Fri-Sun Noon-6pm
100 Polaroids From The Turn Of The Millennium, Polaroids by Rafael Fuchs. September 5th - October 5th .

Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
Future Sad, Hunter Reynolds as Patina du Prey, Jake Dibeler, Fluct: Monica Mirabile & igrid Lauren, Vincent Tiley, Scott Johns, Montgomery Perry Smith, Joe Sturm, David Vu, Ali Aschman, TJ Donovan, Daniel Luedtke, and Zackary Drucker.

Poppy Jackson & Nina Arsenault. 3 Day Long performance.
Opening: Wednesday September 17, 7-10. 

Closing Reception, 09-19, 7- 10.

Medio Cruz performance, Friday Sept 26th, 8-11:30.

Honey Ramka
56 Bogart St.
Sat-Sun 1-6
Wretch, featuring paintings by Nina Chanel Abney, Polina Barskaya, Katrina Fimmel, Nat Meade, Rebecca Morgan, Salman Toor, and Ana Wieder-Blank. September 5th through October 12th.

Interstate Projects
66 Knickerbocker Ave
Sat-Sunday, 12-6 pm
Blood Tastes Like Iron, Daniel Leyva. September 19 - October 12.
Opening: Friday September 19, 6-9.
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Weds - friday, 12-6pm
Foundland: Escape Routes and Waiting Rooms, Foundland is Ghalia Elsrakbi, and Taysir Batniji. In two newly created installations, a Syrian family’s dinner table is restaged to depict a schematic map of a family where most of the members have migrated from the country over time. The work reveals intimate family moments and history set in a ravaged country where millions of people are displaced. July 30-Sept 26.

Jackie Klempay
81 Central Ave (1A)
Saturdays 1 - 5

The Marble Faun of Grey Gardens, Katherine Irwin and Jerry The Marble Faun. The exhibition includes Irwin’s murals — depictions of ideal garden landscapes painted directly on the gallery’s walls — alongside The Marble Faun’s hand-carved marble and limestone sculptures.
Life on Mars
56 Bogart Street
718 417 3935
Fri 3-8, Sat-Sun 1-6
Borrowing Tomorrow's Fun, Todd Bienvenu paints babes, boozers, buckets of blood, brawlers, punk rockers, apocalyptic zombies, pro wrestlers, country outlaws, camel toes, happy penises and masturbation technology. September 5 - September 30

Next in LIne: The FBI Series, Arnold Mesches. October 2 - November 2.
Opening: Thursday October 02, 6-9.
1623 Hancock St. Ridgewood
Saturday & Sunday 1- 6

Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
Thurs-Sun 12-5:30
Ragnar Kjartansson and The National A Lot of Sorrow, Sep 11 - Dec 21.

4 Charles Place (at Myrtle btwn Bushwick & Evergreen Aves)
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
Slide, Slide, Slide, Lary 7, Bradley Eros, Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder, Barbara Hammer, Jeanne Liotta, Bruno Munari, Luther Price, Joel Schlemowitz, Michael Snow September 5 – October 6.

12! BIG NAMES! by George Maciunas, presented by Jonas Mekas. The “12 Big Names” are Yoko Ono, Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol, Wolf Vostell, Phillip Glass, Michael Snow, Bruce Nauman, Les Levine, Vito Acconci, Piero Manzoni, Klaus Rinke, and Allan Kaprow. A special slide surprise will end the event.
Opening: Friday September 19, 7pm .Sliding N2, live slide and sound projections / organized by Bradley Eros. Works by Lary 7, Katherine Bauer, Lea Bertucci, Bradley Eros, Tim Geraghty, Sarah Halpern, Rose Kallal, Victoria Keddie, Joel Schlemowitz, & Optipus
Opening: Monday September 22, 7:30pm.
Momenta Art
56 Bogart Street
Thu-Mon 12-6pm

Any Size Mirror is a Dictator, A process-based installation/dance/opera created by Panoply Performance Laboratory and Drearysomebody.Created by Jessica Bathurst, Lorene Bouboushian, Lindsey Drury (choreographer), Paige Fredlund, Matthew Gantt, Kaia Gilje, Rene Kladzyk, Thea Little, Brian McCorkle (composer), Sarah McSherry, Butch Merigoni, Esther Neff (librettist/director), Ellen O'Meara, Matthew Stephen Smith. 3-9pm Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun September 5-October 19.
56 Bogart
Thu - Mon, 12-6pm
Videorover: Season 8, curated by Rachel Steinberg, featuring: Dave Greber, Victoria Keddie, Derek Larson, Brendan Lee, Beatriz Meseguer, Sofia Quirno, Alona Rodeh, Adam Douglas Thompson and Raul Gomez Valverde. June 13 - November 21.

Opening Reception #3:
Derek Larson, Dave Greber, and Sofia Quirno.

Multiplicity,City as subject/matter: Belfast, Hong Kong, New Delhi, New York, Tel Aviv, Tirana and beyond. Nadim Abbas, Erik Benson, BroLab, CPak Studio, Endri Dani, John Duncan, Yael Efrati, Elastic City, The Extrapolation Factory, Vibha Galhotra, Darren Goins, Michael Hanna, Meg Kelly ,Nicky Keogh, Alban Muja and Yll Citaku, Aisling O’Beirn, Jan Pfeiffer, Sascha Pohflepp, Gigi Scaria, Irgin Sena, Alice Schivardi, Seher Shah, Sasa Tkacenko, Amir Yatziv. July 11-August 25.

Yo! I'm Your C.E.O.Yasi Ghanbari's installation is an inquiry into the psyche of the consumer, and how public consumption affects the interest of the individual. September 5 - October 10.
229 Cook Street
Fri-Sun 1-6
Gobsmacked, Margaret Roleke and Charlotte Schulz enact this moment of cerebral astonishment through lush creations in charcoal drawings, sculpture, and installations bringing to life a different realm of ‘realism.' September 6 – October 5.

Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Sat-Sun 1-6pm
False Positive: new paintings by Matthew Deleget. Sept 13-October 5.

Outpost Artists Resources
1665 Norman St
718. 599.2385

Pseudo Empire
467 Troutman Street
Sat-Sun 11-6
Elizabeth Orr, September 5- October 5.

Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
(718) 473-0819
Thu-Sun 1-6pm
Overboard: Inspired by the Elizabeth Bishop poem Casabianca, Overboard employs the minimal geometry that artist Liz Jaff has developed over the last 15 years to explore ideas of love, commitment, sacrifice and memory of time and space. September 5 - October 12.

286 Stanhope Street
Trophy, a solo exhibition by Leah Tacha. Sept 13-Oct 5.

Schema Projects
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
Purple Mountains, Amber Waves, nine artists and their vision of the landscape today. Our artists: Gregory Botts, Rowell Bowles, Scott Espeseth, Finn Have, Jane McNichol, Josette Orso, Holly Overton, Fred Valentine, Jeanne Tremel and others. Sept 12-Oct 5.

Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St.
Thurs-Sat 6-9

Signal Gallery
260 Johnson Avenue
347 746 8457
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Sisyphus, an installation by LA based sculptor Sean Shim-Boyle. September 5-October 5

Slag Contemporary
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
Thurs-Sat. 12-6
Hard Times: Paintings, paintings and drawings from Israeli artist Naomi Safran-Hon. Sept 5- Oct 5.

Songs for Presidents
1673 Gates Avenue (basement) Ridgewood, NY
Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 6
Christine Heindl and Alexandra Phillips, September 27th to November 9th
Opening: Saturday September 27, .
Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
Sat-Sun, 1-6
The Big Game, Derek Fordjour, and project space: Kate Elliot. Sept 5-Oct 5.

Studio 10
56 Bogart St.
Fri-Mon 1-6
Comfort Zone, paintings and video by Michele Araujo. September 5 – October 5.

Opening: Sunday September 21, 7-9. artist's talk

449 Troutman Street, #3-5,
Sat-Sun 12-5

The Active Space
566 Johnson Avenue
Friday-Sunday, 1-6 pm
Sebastian Vallejo, Sept 12-Oct 5

The Living Gallery
1094 Broadway
Wednesdays & Fridays 1-5pm
Bushwick Fashion Parade,

Y o u A r e P i nk, A Solo Exhibtion by Dana Wood Zinsser.
The Parlour
791 Bushwick Ave
(718) 360-3218
Sundays 12-6pm
Show # 12, Charlotte Hallberg, Carolyn Case, Victoria Palermo, Timothy Hutchings. Sept 19 thru oct 17.
Opening: Friday September 19, 6-9 pm .
Theodore: Art
56 Bogart Street
Fri-Sun 1-6
in a desert on an island in a room, JASON TOMME. 5 September – 19 October.

Tompkins Projects
127 Tompkins Avenue
1-6, Fridays & Saturdays

1030 Metropolitan Ave
Saturdays 2 – 7

44 Stewart Ave, #49 Please ring bell to enter during normal hours.
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
Making Strange, Rachael Gorchov's conglomerated lanscape painting/sculpture. September 12 – October 19.

464 Seneca Ave
Fri-Sun 1-6
David Brody, Cindy Tower, Liz Ainslie. Sept 12th- October 5th.

1109 Dekalb Ave
Sundays 1–5
The Whales of August, David Scout McQueen, Joy Drury Cox, Lorna Barrowclough, and Hondartza Fraga.

The Golden Age of Souvenirs, John Orth.


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
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

Elgin Gallery
52 Tompkins Avenue,
Friday-Sunday 1:30-6

Good Work Gallery
1100 Broadway
Sat and Sun, April 5 – 20, 1 – 7
elevenses, LAZY MOM is the photography and sculpture collaboration between New York-based artists Josie Keefe (b. 1987, New York) and Phyllis Ma. Sept 20 – Oct 19
Opening: Saturday September 20, 6-9.
112 Rogers Ave. #2
24 hours window

495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
Aid For Impending Quagmire, Anders Holen. September 27 - October 26
Opening: Saturday September 27, 7-10.
House of Art Gallery
408 Marcus Garvey Blvd.
347 663-8195
Tues.-Sunday, 2-7

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
The Only Christopher we Acknowledge is Wallace, exhibition will include never before seen photos of The Notorious B.I.G. along with hand picked work from various artist by DJ Clark Kent.
Opening: Saturday September 20, 5-9.
Tomato House
301 Saratoga Avenue
Saturday 1-6
Pigment Specter, Erin Dunn. Presenting a new series of figurative watercolor paintings, Erin Dunn’s unnerving airbrushed characters seduce believers into another world. September 12 - October 5.

Opening: Friday September 26, 8pm. Screening



Dumbo/Downtown Galleries
Dumbo Open StudiosOpening: Friday September 26, 6-9.Opening: Saturday September 27, 1-6.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
a modular venue built from re-purposed shipping containers. Combining photo exhibitions, outdoor photo installations, talks, workshops, and night-time multimedia projections, PHOTOVILLE welcomed 58,000 visitors during its sophomore year in 2013 and is projected to reach over 80,000 visitors in 2014. On View August 28, 2014 - September 18, 2014
Opening: Thursday September 18, 7-9.
AIR Gallery
111 Front St, Gallery 228
Wed-Sun 11-6
Joan Snitzer, Compositions. Elisabeth Munro Smith,Family Stories: New Constructions. Julia Westerbeke, Morphology September 4 - 28.

Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery
111 Front St., Suite 218
Mon-Fri 10am-5pm

Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street
Fri, Sun 12 – 5; Sat 10 – 5
Sweet Industries: Refining What We Know, stories of sugar and its associated businesses with a focus on two companies: Domino Sugar Corporation and Drake’s Bakeries.

Full Steam Ahead: 200 Years of Ferries in Brooklyn

111 Front St, #226
(646) 389-5714
Wed-Sat, 11-6

Gallery Gaia
79 Hudson Avenue
Sat-Sun. 2-8
Jackie Lima, 3-dimensional paintings, August 30-September 28.

Closet Archeology, paintings, drawings, prints and assemblages by Ethan Cornell. October 2 - 26.
Opening: Thursday October 02, 6-9.
Issue Project Room
22 Boerum Place
Persistence of Revision, Presented by Ross Lipman. an evening of archival cinema and discussion.
Opening: Monday September 22, 7:30pm.MINOR MUSICS JAPAN TOUR 2014, Ché-Shizu / Chie Mukai & LLILW GRAY
Opening: Friday September 19, 8pm.
Klompching Gallery
111 Front St, Suite 206
Wed-Sat 11-6pm

Kunsthalle Galapagos
16 Main St & 111 Front St
Mon-Sat 12-6
Why You Got To Be So Evil? Martha Colburn - Dirty Churches - Irvin Morazan - Tif Robinette - Karen Schoellkopf - Lior Shvil - Doug Young. September 13 - October 18.

Long Island University/Resnick Gallery
Library Learning Center 3rd Floor (Brooklyn Campus)
9-6pm (m-f) & 12-6 (Sat.)

Mighty Tanaka Studio
111 Front Street, Suite 224
Wed-Sat-12-6:30. Sun, 12-6
Here & There, Featuring the artwork of Herb Smith & Chris Otley.
Opening: Friday September 19, 6-9.
Minus Space
111 Front Street, Suite 200
Weds-Sat 12-6pm
Ward Jackson: Black & White Diamonds 1960s. This will be the late artist's first exhibition with the gallery, and his first to feature his black and white paintings and drawings from the early to mid-1960s. September 12 – October 25.

New York Foundation for the Arts
20 Jay Street, Suite 740

Sculptors Guild Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 256
Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm
Scaled to Fit, a group exhibition of easily managed proportions; artworks scaled to fit your pocketbook, as well as NYC sized apartments. Artists: Ginger Andro & Chuck Glicksman, La Thoriel Badenhausen, Meg Bloom, Colin Chase, Fay Chin, George Goodridge, Michelle Greene, Mikhail Gubin, Lannie Hart, Sarah Haviland, Eve Ingalls, Robin M Jordan, David Judelson, Bernard Klevickas, Coral Penelope Lambert, Eric David Laxman, Conrad Levenson, Robert Loebell, Elaine Lorenz, Gay Malin, Adrian Morina, Diane Pepe, Laura Petrovich-Cheney, Emil Silberman, Michael Wolf, Sept 4-28.

Turning Point, a selection of Gilbert Boro’s work that finds play, quirk and candor in the not-so-linear process of thought. October 2 to November 16, 2014
Opening: Thursday October 02, 6-9.
Smack Mellon
92 Plymouth St
Wed-Sun 12-6
FOODshed: Art and Agriculture in Action, Saya Woolfalk, ChimaTEK Beta Launch. Vandana Jain, Dazzle.
Opening: Saturday September 27, 5-8.Open Studios: September 27-28.
Opening: Saturday September 27, 12-6pm.
Stephen Romano Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 208
Weds-Sat 12-6pm
Enigma, Pavel Kraus, curated by David Ebony. The Czech-born, New York artist is known for richly textured and expressive compositions employing a wide array of materials and procedures. Kraus's dense and intense works include abstract encaustic paintings with obsessively layered surfaces, assemblage sculptures and figurative drawings, as well as luminous constructions in glass and painted Mylar. September 4 - October 11.

Triangle Arts Association
163 Plymouth Street
Tues-Sat 12-6pm
Performing Studio, Tamar Ettun. September 4–September 28.

United Photo Industries
111 Front Street, Suite 204
Monday - Friday, 11-6
2014 Tokyo International Photography Competition Exhibition. Featuring Lydia Goldblatt, Shandor Barcs, Albarran Cabrera, Maja Daniels, David Favrod, Adam Reynolds, Miki Takahashi and Eirini Vourloumis. September 4 - October 24.



Boerum Hill Galleries
490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Tales of MatterYing Hung. Sept 20-Oct 25.
Opening: Saturday September 20, 6-8.
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
Thu-Sun 1-7pm
Wolves in the Wall,two installations by Iranian-born Canadian artist Sayeh Sarfaraz. This exhibition was conceived specifically for the ground floor space. Curated by Claire Moeder. Sept 13-Nov 13.

State of Matter, by Claudia Paneca in the Glass House.


Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
321 Gallery
321 Washington Avenue
Saturday 12-5
False Scent, a group show curated by Sean Keenan and Holly Stanton. With: Jason Benson & Erin Jane Nelson, Katy Cowan, Jesse Greenberg, Ann Greene Kelly, Sam Lipp, Willa Nasatir. Sept 13 - Oct 19

BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
(718) 636-4100
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment

BRIC House
647 Fulton Street
Tue-Sun 10-8pm
BRIC Biennial, Curated by Elizbaeth Ferrer, Vice President, Contemporary Art, and Jenny Gerow, Assiatant Curator, BRIC; and Guest Curators Leslie Kerby and Fawz Kabra. Artists Include: Fariba Salma Alam, Richard Baker, Katie Bell, Isak Berbic,Ben Thorp Brown, Youmna Chlala, Vince Contarino, Joe Diebes,Seth Michael Forman, Scherezade Garcia, Valérie Hallier, Nene Humphrey, Nina Katchadourian, Despo Magoni, Karyn Olivier, ruby onyinyechi amanze, Jenny Polak and Dread Scott, Eleanor Ray, Wendy Richmond, Niv Rozenberg, Jean Shin, Jenna Spevack, Daniel Terna, Penelope Umbrico, Daniel Wiener, and Martha Wilson. September 20-December 14.
Opening: Friday September 19, 7-9.
Corridor Gallery
334 Grand Ave
Tue-Thu 10-6, Fri-Sat 12-6
Home,group exhibition curated by Meridith McNeal. Sept 14-Nov 22.

Guild Greene
281 Greene Avenue
Thursday-Sunday, 12-6:00
Dystopian Visions, September 16 through October 19th.

80 Hanson Place
Wed-Sun 12-7pm
a/wake in the water, Curated by Erin Christovale. a/wake in the water: Meditations on Disaster is a film, video, and new media exhibition that explores the ways Black bodies experience environmental hazards and natural disaster. August 14 to November 9.

Ouchi Gallery
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
(347) 987-4606
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
Meguru- circle of life, Shusaku Sato. 9/17-9/21.

2.5 Dimensional People, Masashi Kuroha. 9/25-9/28. Reception 9/23, 7-10.
Opening: Tuesday September 23, 7-10.
Pandemic Gallery
22 Waverly Ave.
(917) 727-3466
Thurs. 1-7

Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
Mon-Fri, 11am-5pm
MFA Fine Art 2014 Summer Invitational Exhibition Featuring work by students who received their Master of Fine Arts from Pratt Institute in Spring of 2014. On view through September 20, 2014.

SONYA, South of the Navy Yard Artists
122 Washington Ave

May 17-18
St. Josephs College Gallery
Alumni Room Gallery Tuohy Hall, 245 Clinton Avenue

TRA Gallery
35 Claver Place #1
Fri 4-7pm, Sat 1-5pm

647 Fulton Street
Tues-Sat 12-6pm
One Thing Follows Another (And You Make It Happen), Anders Ruhwald explores form, materiality, and perception through a series of installations that compare and contrast one design rendered in three diverse media: ceramics, wood, and glass. September 3rd - September 30th.



Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 Gallery
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Gail Flanery, This new collection of works on paper sings with the exuberance of a virtuoso. Sept 18 - Oct 19
Opening: Friday September 19, 7pm.Mike Coon, Guitarist Friday, Sept 26, 6-7 pm
Opening: Friday September 26, 6-7. September 28: Amy Chase Gulden, Visual Thinking Strategies

543 Union Street
Thurs & Fri. 3-6, Sat & Sun. 12 – 6
Group Shownew work by: Sasha Chavchavadze, Carrie Cooperider, Jeri Coppola, Jeremiah Dine, Robyn Love, Anne-Marie McIntyre, Eva Melas, Tani Takagi. September 5 – 28.

Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
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. Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe, explores fashion’s most provocative accessory. From the high platform chopines of sixteenth-century Italy to the glamorous stilettos on today’s runways and red carpets, the exhibition looks at the high-heeled shoe’s rich and varied history and its enduring place in our popular imagination. September 10, 2014–February 15, 2015.

Court Tree Collective
371 Court Street in Carroll Gardens
Mon, Wed, Fri, 3-6,and Sat. 12-5
Amie Cunat, Enfolding the language of abstract formal painting into a cultural language of letters, marks, and corrective scribbles, Amie Cunat presents a new series of paintings. Super-flat with sharp-edged forms battling vibrant colors for supremacy, the paintings exude formal tension while investing the marks of language with comedic ineptness. Pictorially, the “marks” take on a new character as they parody behaviors of the body, actions attempting to outgrow or escape the canvas ­hemmed in by warps and wedges of color. September 6th to 27th

Ethan Pettit Gallery
10 Eighth Avenue #3
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6
3rd Floor, ring bell number 3

558 St. John's Place
Thu-Sun 1-6pm

New Visions: Crown Heights Artists, Curated by Carl E. Hazlewood and Hanne Tierney. Artists: Lourdes Bernard, Fran Kornfeld, Oasa DuVerney, Carl E. Hazlewood, Musa Hixson, Naomi Safran-Hon, Amanda Turner Pohan. September 7 - October 5.
Gowanus Ballroom
55 9th Street, Building 61
Fri 6pm-1am, Sat 3pm-1am, Sun 12pm–5pm

Gowanus Print Lab
54 Second Avenue
Mon-Thurs 10-10, Fri-Sat 10-7, Sun 12-7
Deceive Inveigle Obfuscate: An X-Files Group Show, 38 artists offer their interpretations of the spooky 90′s television classic just in time for Halloween. Featuring the work of:, Alison Dubois, Arlin Ortiz, Brad Rohloff, Christopher Simon, Dadu Shin, Garrett Hagen, Hiromi Ueyoshi, Janet Sung, Jason Roy, Jeremy Sorese, Jesse Balmer, Joel Rich, Josh Freydkis, KJ Martinet, Kris Mukai, Kristen Davis, Krystal Difronzo, Lala Albert, Laura Perez Harris, Leslie Diuguid, Lillie West, Lucy Knisley, M.R. Trower, Mark Ledgerwood, Max Allbee, Maya McCarthy, Meg Eldredge, Melissa Cha, Morgan Elliot, Nick Iluzada, Nicolas Nadeau, O Horvath, Salomao Becker, Sam D’orazio, Tom Toye, Tuesday Bassen, Vania Wat, Zebadiah Keneally.
Opening: Wednesday October 01, 7-10.
Littlefield, 622 Degraw Street

Morbid Anatomy Museum
424A 3rd Ave (Corner of 7th St)
Art of Mourning, curated by Joanna Ebenstein and Evan Michelson. June 28 – December 4.

Open Source
306 17th St.
Thurs: 11am-2pm; Fri/Sat 2pm-6pm
A Conversation with Consequence, Emanuele Cacciiatore. Sept. 13-Oct. 10.

Proteus Gowanus
543 Union St
Thu-Fri 3-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Currency will examine money as a representation of value and a socially accepted medium of exchange. Works by Dadara, Makale Faber-Cullen, Magdalena Firlag, Rob Johnson, Poneros, Sal Randolph, Duke Riley, Jason Sinopoli, Swoon, Dan Tague, Mark Wagner and Caroline Woolard.

Showroom Gowanus
460 Union St.
718 522 3363
Thurs-Sun, 12 - 6

Soapbox Gallery
636 Dean Street, Brooklyn
BE! ('הְוֵ), Installations, sculptures, and video work by Sara Erenthal. Curated by Marine Cornuet. August 21 –September 13.

The Shed
366 6th Street
Momento Mori, Meghan LaBorious's video installation in seven vignettes. Sept 20, 7-9 and 21, 12-5.
Opening: Saturday September 20, 7-9.
Trestle Gallery
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Mon-Fri 11-6
Exposed Square, veronique gambier, paintings, works from her new Figments series, and her first-ever site specific installation, Exposed Square 1. September 1st - October 3rd.



Sunset Park Galleries
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd

NARS Foundation
201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
Open Studios, Participating Artists: Niamul Bari, Jennifer Grimyser, Ronald Hall, Noël St. John Harnden, Chaegang Jeon, Rachel Klinghoffer, Sandra Lapage, Cristian I. Mejia, Tracy Miller, Amanda Millet-Sorsa, Kristine Moran, Carolina Paz, Carlos Pileggi, Mark John Smith, Brian Stinemetz, Kate Stone, Karolina Sulich, Masaki Takizawa, Lindsay Hanna Taylor, Claudia Weber, Matt Whitman, and Halley Zien.
Opening: Saturday September 20, 3-9.Preventative Measures, featuring a multifaceted installation by artist Reilly Sinanan. Curated by Eric Shiner, Director, The Andy Warhol Museum. September 12 - October 10.
Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th St
Thursday-Saturday 1-5; August:
OUTSIDE, INSIDE - A detour from graffi, an exhibition of works by contemporary artists that create art both in the studio and in the streets around the world curated by renowned artist and author Alan Ket. With: Aislap / Cekis / Cern One / GHOST / Jan Kalab / KET / Soa Maldonado / Queen Andrea / Wane COD / Ezo Wippler. Aug 16 - Sept 27.


Red Hook Galleries
499 Van Brunt St
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Imagine, open show with 200+ BWAC artists and where a narrative accompanies the artwork. Photography show. Art in Clay II Figuratively Speaking, a regional juried show of 50+ non-utilitarian clay works, selected by Lily Wei. Imagine This, an art show of work created exclusively on smart phones and tablets and displayed on large monitors. 8th Annual Red Hook Film Festival
Opening: Saturday September 27, 1-6.
Gallery Brooklyn
351 Van Brunt St
Thurs-Sat 1-7, Sun 12-5

Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
Thu-Sun 12-5pm
a knot, a tangle, a blemish in the eternal smoothness, Hedwig Brouckaert.

A Sense of Place, Viviane Rombaldi Seppey. September 12 - October 26

Opening: Sunday September 28, 4pm. Artist's Talk

Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt St
12-7pm Th-Sun
Oblique Archive, Francesca Capone. September 4 - October 5.

Pioneer Works
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Weds-Sun, 12-6
Daily Operation, August 17 – September 9. Kenan Juska's sequential collages made from cast-off materials primarily found on the streets of New York from March 2005 to November 2008.

The Oldest Living Things in the World, For the past decade, Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Rachel Sussman has been researching, working with scientists, and traveling all over the world to photograph continuously living organisms 2,000 years old and older. Her work spans disciplines, continents, and millennia: it’s part art and part science, has an innate environmentalism, and is underscored by an existential incursion into Deep Time. Curated by Christina Costello
Rhombus Space
183 Lorraine Street, 3rd Floor, #33
Sat-Sun 1-5pm
All Worked Up, featuring artwork by Eddie Chu, Seren Morey, Courtney Puckett, and Karla Wozniak. September 12 - October 5.

Waterfront Museum
290 Conover St. Pier 44
(718) 624-4719 ext. 11
Thurs 4-8, Sat 1-5
Land in Sea -photographs from Stephen Mallon's two powerful series "Brace for Impact" and "American Reclamation". July 26 to October 18.