WAGMAG, BROOKLYN ART GUIDE--2015 BENEFIT GALA EXHIBITION!!
Get Your Early Bird Tickets While They Last
BENEFIT EVENING: Thursday May 21st from 7-9pm
LOCATION: THE BOILER, 191 North 14th St
2015 WAGMAG BENEFIT TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE HERE:
Save the Date: Thursday May 21st, 7-9
Join us Thursday May 21st at The Boiler for an evening to celebrate Brooklyn Arts and support WAGMAG, Brooklyn Art Guide. Enjoy an exhibition of artworks selected by invitation only from participating WAGMAG galleries and directly from members of the Benefit committee. Each work will be auctioned
in a raffle style drawing to ticket holders beginning at 8PM. Each ticket holder is guaranteed a work of art and tickets are limited, so do not delay! Help support the only guide to Brooklyn Visual Arts, free to all since 2001.
"The Spectator" -- $20.00
Single admission to the benefit reception starting at 7pm (does not include artwork raffle ticket)
Early Bird Raffle Ticket, with Regular Admission -- $200.00
Advance TIcket to the 2015 WAGMAG Benefit Artwork Raffle (available only until midnight Sunday May 10, 2015.) Each ticket guarantees an artwork and admission to the benefit evening May 21st at 7pm.
The Collector -- $250.00
Tickets after May 10th: TIcket to the 2015 WAGMAG Benefit Artwork Raffle. Each Ticket Guarantees an artwork as well as admission to the benefit evening
The Big Shot -- $300.00
These exclusive tickets grant early access for four guests from 6:00-7:00pm with a guided tour and includes one ticket for the artwork raffle (7-9pm). VIP ticket holders will also receive a color catalog with images and descriptions of available works. Proxies available upon request.
The Connoisseur -- $1,000.00
This package includes 5 tickets for the artwork raffle (each ticket guarantees an artwork) and admission for 8 (eight) guests to the benefit evening.
The Poacher -- $10,000.00
The poacher ticket holder selects an artwork of their choice prior to the first call of the raffle, delivery included! Includes 2 general admission tickets, VIP access and color benefit exhibition catalog. Reliable proxies, representing your interests are available upon request.
Please help support our mission to promote the arts in Brooklyn. WAGMAG, Brooklyn Art Guide is a 501c3 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.
A PREVIEW OF ARTWORKS IS AVAILABLE AT WAGMAG.ORG/BENEFIT. CHECK BACK DAILY FOR UPDATES OF PARTICIPATING ARTISTS AND WORKS- THIS YEARS BENEFIT EXHIBITION IS LIMITED TO 100 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS SELECTED BY INVITATION ONLY.
For the past fourteen years WAGMAG has supported Brooklyn art communities by establishing a forum to promote art exhibitions and events and has coordinated an effort to unify neighbor galleries and artists.
There will be approximately 100 pieces of artwork generously donated by local galleries and artists for the raffle during the event evening. Enjoy a festive atmosphere with hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, beer and wine, and cutting-edge artwork from prominent artists in Brooklyn will be available.
As an additional honor, selected artists will be acknowledged for outstanding merit by WAGMAG Benefit Committee member Lisa Levy, who will be awarding ribbons to acknowledge some of the fabulous art for it's specific outstanding qualities. To that end, she will be awarding ribbons to a selection of artworks that contain those special qualities such as Most Clashing Colors, Most Impractical to Bring Home. Most Time Consuming to Make and more!
Daniel Aycock: WAGMAG
Ethan Crenson: Fuseworks
Nasa Hadizadeh: Alt Citizen
Randall Harris: Figureworks
Mandy Kalajian: Mirrorball
Lisa Kim: Two Trees
Lisa Levy: Artist
Stephen Mallon: Artist
Karen Marston: NURTUREart
Jill McDermid: Grace Exhibition Space
Julie McKim: Kunsthalle Galapagos
Charlotte Mouquin: Corridor Gallery/Rush Arts
Ellen Rand: Art 101
Henry Sanchez: Artist
Miho Suzuki: Artist
Kathleen Vance: Front Room Gallery
Susie Watkins: Vernissage
Monika Wuhrer: Open Source Gallery
MANY THANKS TO THE BOILER FOR HOSTING THIS YEAR'S EVENT.
--WILLIAMSBURG EVERY SECOND, FRIDAY--
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.
Opening: Friday June 12, 7-9.
7 Dunham Place
7 Dunham Place
People who need People, a group exhibition curated by Beatrice Shen featuring works by Montana Azuelos, Anonda Bell, Tatiana Berg, Nathaniel Donnett, Charlie Masson, Julia Medynska and Wei Xiaoguang. Tuesday May 12-17.
41 Montrose Ave.
Pancake Ferrari,a solo show featuring new paintings and a floor-to-ceiling installation of works from NYC-based artist Brian Leo.
101 Grand St.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
also by appointment.
WAR; a series, Patrick Mangan's paintings loosely based on the war at Troy described by Homer in The Iliad. May 15 - June 7.
Not Quite Human, Tom Nimen, Passengers and Their Electronics on the MTA -- Reimagined; June 12 - 21.
Opening: Friday June 12, 6-9.
Brooklyn Art Library
103A North 3rd St.
The Sketchbook Project, a collection of close to 30,000 sketchbooks (and counting) submitted by people of all ages and backgrounds from around the world. Thats over a million pages of original artwork made by everyday people, from arts professionals to students, kids, parents, and anyone in between.
209 Wythe Avenue
Paul Catalanotto's work shows his mastery of his medium. In a style coined, Polished Fresco, he uses tinted plaster to create smooth as glass paintings with crazy dimension.
260 Richardson Street
Saturdays and Sundays 12-6
Ghost City, Brad Benischek: Denim gang jackets fit for giants along with works on paper installed in constructed future landscape. May 23 - June 21.
Cotton Candy Machine
235 South 1st Street
Tina Lugo & David M. Cook. April 10th to May 3rd.
Devil's Jelly, Lauren YS. April 18th to May 3rd.
El Museo de Los Sures
120 South First St.
(Dis)Placed Histories of South Williamsburg and Bushwick, NYU-student curated exhibit on the histories of South Williamsburg and Bushwick, currenly on view at El Museo de Los Sures. Through June 20.
168 North 6th St.
Mass Transit, Mary Westring, Recent Paintings and Sculpture.May 8 - June 7.
Reception: FRIDAY, MAY 8th from 6-9.
Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Blind Trust, new paintings by Peter Fox. Expanding on his signature style of drip painting, Peter Fox’s spilled paint works have taken on bold gestural movements. May 22nd – June 21st.
Summer Sampler.Summer Group Exhibition.
Opening: Wednesday July 01, 7-9.
19 Hope Street
The Reciprocity of Looking, Photographer Dana Buhl's first show in New York. Rooted in the vernacular, her work offers a meditation on the strangeness of looking. Buhl uses the camera as a tool to reveal symbols, manipulating their meanings through sequencing and installation. April 10-May 2.
The Gypsy Storyteller, new collage work by collage artist and printmaker Inas Al-soqi. May 8 - 23, 2015
166 North 12th Street
Field Experiments.May 15-31st.
New Work | New York
695 Grand Street
Part II. Tatiana Berg, Marissa Bluestone, Annemarie Coffey, Leah Dixon, Pik-Shuen Fung, Wendi Guerorguiev, Sophie Grant, Anthony Hamboussi, Heidi Howard, Kate Elliot, Jee Hee Kang, Hyeonah Kim, Alison Kuo, Herbert Lacsina, Jsun Laliberté, Ofra Lapid, Yujin Lee, Dana Majana, Kai Margarida-Ramírez, Andrew McNay, Simone Meltesen, Sara Murphy, Jenna Newton, Kate Ostler, Megan Pahmier, Gahee Park, Melani Pavlidou, Sondra Perry, Elliot Purse, Pedro Ramirez, Buzz Slutzky, Mirland Terlonge, Jenna Westra, Patrice Renee Washington and Mirana Zuger. April 10 – April 26
339 Bedford Ave
March 20 - April 25
177 North 9th St.
Ignis Fatuus: Darina Karpov, Works on Paper. 8 May – 7 June.
722 Metropolitan Ave, Second Fl
Let's Be Real, Adam Hurwitz, Julian Kreimer, Kerry Law, Beth Livensperger, Anna Plesset, Roger White, Sophie White. Curated by Hilary Doyle & Reid Hitt, Roger White. May 9–31.
Unapproachable America: imagining The New World. Claudia Bitran, Billy Jacobs, and Matt Ramirez. Curated by Jeremy Jacob Schlangen. June 5th – July 12th.
Opening: Friday June 05, .
28 Frost Street
Wed– Sat, 1-7 Sun, 2-6
Synesthetics,experimental work in optical sound and neurofeedback technology. Lisa Park’s Eunoia II, and Louise Foo and Martha Skou present Format No. 1
319 Bedford Ave.
Eric Holzman, paintings & works on paper. March 28-April 26.
348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Headless, Arnold Joseph Kemp. The objects on view are devices for a body that will navigate today's and tomorrow's increasingly mechanistic, efficient and brutal existences, in order to find the poetry of garbage, pesticides, ghosts, and cyber, astral and biological pollution. April 19 - May 23.
60 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 12-6 and by appointment
Pay Your Future Self First, Philip Vanderhyden with Stuart Argabright & Sean Dack, April 24 - May 24.
191 North 14th St
The Menu for Mars Kitchen, Douglas Paulson and Heidi Neilson. The Menu for Mars Supper Club will construct an analog Mars kitchen to investigate the future of food on Mars. From May 29 – June 20, the Menu for Mars Kitchen and surrounding habitat will be open to the public, and visitors are invited, alongside special guests, to cook using Mars-feasible ingredients. Dishes will be documented, sampled, evaluated, and vacuum-packed. At the exhibition’s end, the prototype dishes and a summary of findings will be sent to NASA to augment their preparations for colonizing Mars.
The Kitchen will also test off-Earth cultivation of edible plants and mushrooms, food preservation, and related topics through a series of workshop and events, a calendar of which will be updated regularly here (below) and at www.menu4mars.net. 29 May – 20 June.
Opening: Friday May 29, 7-9.
The Royal @ RSOAA
400 B South 2nd Street
Tues, Thur & Sat 12-5
Reclaim Reboot Renew, Guy Nelson, Kylin O'Brien,Jean-Marc Superville Sovak and Chris Willcox. May 8th - May 29th.
244 North 6th St
Thurs-Fri 5-7, Sat-Sun 12-6
Torched & Scorched, a multi-media installation assembled with interactive and traditional formats including painting, sculpture and sound. With: Ana Busto, Yifan Hu, MTAA, Raphaele Shirley. May 22-June 21.
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
ERASING BORDERS 2015, Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora. Saturday, May 30 - Sunday, June 21.
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 30th, 4-6 pm
Opening: Saturday May 30, 4-6.
104 Green Street
Mirror Test, Michelle Hailey. April 25 - May 24.
212R Norman Avenue
Sat and Sun 1pm-6pm
Magicker of the Solutional Caves, Aimee Burg. March 28 - April 26.
67 West St #203
Colin Ruel / Eric Lee Bowman / Jon Legere. May 15 - June 13.
Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
67 West st #320
Fri and Sat 12-5
Tide Pool, Curated by Alex Ebstein. With: Andrew Guenther, Jordan Kasey, Nicholas Moenich, Tracy Thomason. April 24– May 30.
The Shared Patio, Curated by Ceclelia Salama. With: Michael Assiff, Alex Ebstein, Jamie Felton, Graham Hamilton, Leeza Meksi, Cecelia Salama, Max Warsh. June 5– July11
154 Huron Street
Saturday and Sunday, 1-6pm
Vanishing Act, Alex Blau, Paul Collins, Nick Hay, Rocky Horton, Ron Lambert, Jonathan Rattner, Karen Seapker, Thomas Sturgill. April 11 - 26.
205 Norman Ave.
718 383 9380
Saturday & Sunday 1-6 pm,
Water Drops on Burning Rocks,Kris Scheifele moves from her cut acrylic paint-skins to three dimensional sculptural objects, a change influenced by the anthropomorphic abstractions of Phyllida Barlow and Judith Scott. May 1 - 31.
Opening: Friday October 17, 7-9.Layers and Gravity, new sculptures by Katsuhisa Sakai. June 5 - June 28.
Opening: Friday June 05, 7-9.
Owen James Gallery
61 Greenpoint Avenue, #315
Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5
Non Mint Copy, Dina Gadia subverts the artifice often found in the commercial and popular culture influences in her native Philippines. Through her reuse of vintage material, Gadia reveals the inherent antagonism and prejudices applied to elements of taste, cultural imperialism, sexuality and nationalism. May 8 - June 13.
Real Fine Arts
The Java Project
252 Java Street, Suite #100
Tues-Thurs 2-5; Fri 4-7; Sun 4-7
Be Serious, Alison Allcock | Nefeli Asariatoki | Kimberly Atkins | Melanie Brennan | Wyatt Burns | Mitchell Charbonneau | Keiron De Nobriga | Sam Effler | Maria Fetisova | Claude Gould | Parish Harvey | Jorge Ibarra | Tess Kind | Daniel Seidman | Zachary Wampler | Dominic Ware | Andrew Zinicola. May 8-22.
147 India St.
Thurs-Fri 1-7, Sat 1-5
Beggining to see the Light, Curated by Emily Noelle Lambert. With: Tanyth Berkeley, Paul DeMuro, Rico Gaston, Ezra Johnson, Esperanza Mayobre, Phoebe Morris, Ilse Murdock, Siobhan Liddell, Claudia Pena Salinas, Peter Simensky. February 20-March 31.
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160 Randolph St
Buccaneer, Masquerade, Suspense; Abundance, Thorn, Champion, Recent works by Brice Brown, April 17 - May 23.
Amos Eno Gallery
The Loom-1087 Flushing Avenue, Suite 120
Affection, Sunyoung Seo, featuring mixed media works. May 28 – June 28.
Opening: Friday May 29, 6-9.
109 Ingraham Street, suite 102
646 331 3162
Thu - Sat 12 - 6
In Brooklyn, Architectures of Disappearance, Sergio Purtell presents black and white photographs documenting the ever-changing urban landscape as it evolves right in front of our eyes.April 8 – May 17.
299 Meserole Street
Saturdays & Sundays, 12 – 6PM
A.O. Christopher Stout, "A.O. is about the discovery of telling a visual story while not using the entirety of the painting's surface. To accomplish this, I built structural environments within the works that would allow the dynamic to be carried by the internal lines and negative space. A.O. is about an edifice to prominence." April 24 – May 10.
Black & White Gallery / Project Space
Thank You, collaboration by long time friends Raul de Nievesand Erik Zajaceskowski. Using plastics and refuse the artists have painstakingly gathered from their neighborhood, they will erect a large-scale immersive environment mapping multiple narratives and mythologies of creation, destruction, and consumption that are anchored in ritual, place and history. May 15 - June 28,
56 Bogart St.
Belem Lett & Genevieve Felix Reynolds. April 4-20
322 Troutman Street
End Times,Curated by Ashley Epps. With:Kate Blomquist, Basia Goszczynska, Grace Jackson, Bomi Kim, Caitlin, MacQueen, Sarah Mattes, Gabrielle Roth, and Anna-Sophia Vukovich, and Raque Ford. May 1st-30th.
56 Bogart St, lower level
718 417 0783
Hide and Seek, Margaret Coleman, Susanne Hofer, Kyoung eun Kang and Wei Xiaoguang. May 8 - June 7.
Friday Studio Gallery
56 Bogart St., 1st fl., Brooklyn.
718 821 2180
Friday, 3PM till 8 PM
"Maypole" 5/1 to 5/29/2015 An eclectic group show.
"Opposable Thumbs" 6/5 to 6/26/2015 An eclectic group show.
Opening: Friday June 05, 6 - 8 PM.
Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
56 Bogart St.
Permanent Collection, Stephen Eakin. Filling Station, Jason Reyen. March 13 - April 26.
Gaia, Mark Lawrence, curated by Che Morales. May 8th-May 29th
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Mon-Thurs 10:30-6, Fri 10:30-2
81 Central Ave (1A)
Saturdays 1 - 5
Yellow 5, Red 40, Blue 1, Solar Gold.An exhibition by LaKela Brown.
788 Woodward Avenue
Saturdays & Sundays 12-5
Lengthy Statements/Brief Statements, James Hannaham. April 11-May 10.
52-19 Flushing Ave. (Maspeth Queens)
Saturdays and Sundays 2-6
II Machines Clive Murphy, Trevor Tweeten present two site-specific sculptural installations that address Knockdown Center’s physical space by sculpting the immaterial; light, air and sound. May 2-31
Life on Mars
56 Bogart Street
718 417 3935
Fri 3-8, Sat-Sun 1-6
ABEX - The Women of the First Generation.Michael David will moderate a symposium with art historian/critic/scholar Eleanor Hartney, Norman Kleeblatt, chief curator of The Jewish Museum, art historian/author Irving Sandler and art historian/author/critic Phyllis Tuchman.
1623 Hancock St. Ridgewood
Saturday & Sunday 1- 6
Animals & Imaginations, works by Graham Parker Ansell, Fumi Mini Nakamura, Shinji Murakami, Emmy Mikelson. April 18-May 17.
12 Cypress Avenue
Refraction Index, Photographs by Sophie Barbasch, Mark Dorf, Chris Mottalini, and John Murphy. March 13- April 19.
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
Philip Taaffe, January 17 – April 26.
Christopher Wool.new paintings and sculptures. May 2 - Jun 21.
1329 Willoughby Ave #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
source material, Kevin Reuning (aka kevvy metal). With source material Reuning expands his practice of computer 3D animation through new installations, paintings, digital prints, videos and sculptures based on the models, plugins, and other elements, considering concepts of identity, authorship, and online sharing. May 29 - July 5, 2015
Opening: Friday May 29, 6-9.
Thu - Mon, 12-6pm
What It Was, NURTUREart is pleased to present What It Was, curated by Project Curate with Adam Parker Smith, and featuring artists Avantika Bawa, Brent Birnbaum, Wyatt Burns, Stephanie Dinkins, Patrick Mohundro, and Scott Rogers.
What It Was asks us to confront our pasts and explore the potential of alternate and plural futures. In predicting what role art will have in our own lives and the lives of others, we wonder: where will the future be? May 1 - May 29.
Davide Zucco: Deep TimeNURTUREart is delighted to announce Deep Time, Davide Zucco’s first New York solo exhibition, opening on the occasion of Bushwick Open Studios. In Zucco’s most recent body of work, metal surfaces transition from tarnished to polished, flowing over structurally rigorous, symbolic drawing and composition. Sweeping gestural inserts, striated by finely detailed plumes, are inspired by the kaleidoscopic patterns found in petrified wood. June 5 - July 11
Opening: Friday June 05, 7-9PM.
229 Cook Street
Textual, Leonardo Benzant | Annette Cords | Elana Herzog | Ken Weathersby. April 24- May 31.
Victory Over the Sun. Mary Judge and Gilbert Hsaio will be showing new paintings, being exhibited for the first time. Riffing on influences from Suprematism and the de Stijl movements. June 5 – July 5.
Opening: Saturday June 06, 6-8.
Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Judith Dolnick, paintings. Lucy Mink, comes in the moment so please stay in touch. May 18 – June 28.
Outpost Artists Resources
1665 Norman St
Fire Over Heaven, A new monthly series curated by Greg Fox. featuring: Mike Wexler, Aaron Roche, Grey Mcmurray. featuring: BYRON WESTBROOK, REBECCA FOON, COLIN STETSON / GREG FOX / TREVOR DUNN
254 Johnson Avenue
12-6 Saturdays and Sundays
Near Dark, Cooper Holoweski, Jen Schwarting, Ginevra Shay.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
Slightly Ajar, Sharon Lawless continues to use found materials — discarded packaging, paint samples, wrapping paper and altered pages from auction catalogs — in her manipulation of two modern traditions, collage and geometric abstraction as she explores the tension between accident and control and how this tension effects perception. April 24 – May 31.
A Random Meander: James Cullinane, Nene Humphrey and Taney Roniger. June 4 – August 2.
Opening: Thursday June 04, 6-9.
286 Stanhope Street
May We All Get What We Want, features a new body of work by Justin Q Martin in sewn fabric and collage on paper. Through May 17.
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
VOLUME 1, co-curated by Mary Judge and Enrico Gomez. Nancy Baker, Richard Bottwin, Jaynie Crimmins, Mila Dau, Edoardo De Falchi, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Joan Grubin, Brent Hallard, Karen Margolis, Lael Marshall, Alex Paik, Gary Passanise, Sylvia Schwartz, Lawrence Swan, Austin Thomas. May 15 - June 14.
Secret Project Robot
260 Johnson Avenue
347 746 8457
Autokorrekt, Sophie Hirsch. March 27th - April 26th.
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
Rites, new paintings by Tirtzah Bassel and Dumitru Gorzo. April 24 - May 31.
Songs for Presidents
1673 Gates Avenue (basement) Ridgewood, NY
Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 6
Forever 21, Julian Pozzi’s paintings and sculptures are based in part on a crumpled job application for retail giant Forever 21 found on the street in midtown Manhattan.
May 16 - June 28.
Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
Re/Post, curated by Ian Cofre. Philip Hackworth Ashley, Pedro Barbeito, Adolfo Bimer, Lydia Dona, Franklin Evans, Alejandro Leonhardt, Fabian Marcaccio, Martha Mysko, Willie Wayne Smith, Rafael Vega. June 5-June 28.
Opening: Friday June 05, 6-9. + performance by Dr. Zizmor
56 Bogart St.
META-residue: input, material, spaceRichard Garet. The exhibition includes sound art, multimedia installation, moving image, painting and collage. May 8-31.
Temporary Storage Gallery
119 Ingraham St., ground floor
How 'Bout Now? Curated by Dan Kopp for BFP Creative. Featuring work by: Ivin Ballen, Rory Baron, Robert Drysdale, Stacy Fisher, Sara Gates, Dan Kopp, Eve Lateiner, Oliver Michaels, Middle Kingdom, Gili Mocanu, Dan Rushton, Mark Sengbusch. April 10th-24th / Opening reception on April 10th.
791 Bushwick Ave
Neo-Craftism, co-organized by Rachel Gorchov, Roxanne Jackson and Robin Kang. Featuring Sarah Bednarek, Rachel Gorchov, Roxanne Jackson, Robin Kang, Katerina Lanfranco, Heidi Lau, Rebecca Morgan, Courtney Puckett, and Nichole Van Beek. May 22-June 21.
56 Bogart Street
IterationsLisa Beck / Michael Scott / Jay Shinn. April 18 – May 24.
Vernacular, Eric Brown • Sharon Butler • Joyce Robins • Andrew Seto. May 31 – July 12, 2015
Opening: Sunday May 31, 3-6.
1030 Metropolitan Ave
Saturdays 2 – 7
New Portraiture, Rollin Leonard's systematic exploration of the human body’s digital afterlife. His photographed subjects are submitted to all kinds of algorithmic tortures, their limbs disjoined from one another or repeated indefinitely to create compositions that are abstract yet still recognizably humanoid.
1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A
Friday 6-9pm, Weekends 12-6pm
Spooky Laughter at a Distance, Jennifer Grimyser, Todd Kelley, Ben Pederson. May 22-June 28.
1329 Willoughby Ave, #2
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
Night Flight, Curated by Jackie Hoving and Norm Paris. Featuring: Benjamin Degen, Johannes DeYoung, Angela Dufresne, Charlotte Hallberg, Trenton Doyle Hancock, MaryKate Maher, Tom McGrath, Mark Shetabi, and Jude Tallichet. May 22 – June 28.
87 Richardson St.
Sat-Sun 1pm - 6pm
Right of Window, Sophie Grant and Jenna Westra. May 16th – June 7th.
1109 Dekalb Ave
Thebes, images and stanzas by Harry Cushing, Juliana Merz and A.W. Strouse. Exhibition runs through May 24th
ARTs East New York Inc.
851 Hegeman Ave.
HerPrint, [re] Imaginations of the Female Body. A visual exercise in tracing women's imprint on our imaginations. Through the eyes of 8 artists, 4 women and 4 men, the female body is explored. This muse takes on transformations of the past, present, future and somewhere in between. What it says for how we remember her body and where it will go is up to the voyeur’s further imagination. Featuring Artists: Stephanie Kiah, Moll Quill, Jabari Owens-Bailey, Lorra Jackson, Tailine, Kenneth Browne, Alejandro Acosta, Ernesto Hood.
Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
From Here to There, lift, launch and levitate as you experiment with hands-on exhibits that make learning about gravity, friction, and the laws of motion fun.
February 6—May 10, 2015
Good Work Gallery
Sat and Sun, April 5 – 20, 1 – 7
A Feeling, Catherine Pearson, Book Launch and Exhibition
112 Rogers Ave. #2
24 hours window
Love Gasoline, Brad Brown.
495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm
Craig Drennen is Awful.This exhibition will feature the performance Awful Inside helper on opening night, with two simultaneous performers, two drawings, and additional ephemera. Props from the performances will be altered and installed as components of an installation that will continue for the duration of the exhibition. An unlimited t-shirt edition will be available to selected viewers. This exhibition is the latest iteration of Drennen’s ongoing intervention into Timon of Athens, the only play by Shakespeare not performed in his lifetime. May 9 - June 14.
House of Art Gallery
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155 Plymouth Street
Daria Dorosh, The Art of Sleep. Yvette Drury Dubinsky, Tondos, Tornados, Torpedoes. Sara Mejia Kriendler, The Anthropocene. May 5 - 31.
Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery
111 Front St., Suite 218
Rub Me the Wrong Way, an installation that will transform BAC Gallery into an interactive, domestic environment created entirely out of sandpaper. Talasco uses beauty and humor to reference unrealistic notions of female identity within the home. September 26, 2014 – February 13.
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. May 2014 - June 2015
Full Steam Ahead: 200 Years of Ferries in Brooklyn. May 2014 - June 2015
Mapping Brooklyn, February 26- May 3. Curated by Elizabeth Ferrer.
79 Hudson Avenue
Wild Women, installation by Diana Leidel and Cat Del Buono celebrating women you may never have heard of. June 5-28.
Opening: Thursday June 04, 6-8.
111 Front St, Suite 206
Portrait, Doug Keyes. March 5 – April 11.
16 Main St & 111 Front St
Phantasmagoria, Group exhibition, a collection of works curated by Annie Carroll and Caroline Absher.
Long Island University/Salena Gallery
LIU Brooklyn 1 University Plaza Brooklyn,
9-6pm (m-f) & 12-6 (Sat.)
100 Portraits: Women Artists, Photographs by Barbara Yoshida. March 3rd - March 27th. 7-9
Masters Projects, Inc
111 Front St. No 212
Peter Buechler, JAN 29 - MAR 14.
16 Main St.
Color Energy.Robert Swain presents an immersive set of three new nine by nine foot paintings, in which squares of pure color are arranged into grids that are subtly modulated by hue, value, and saturation.
Opening: Saturday May 30, 6-9.
New York Foundation for the Arts
20 Jay Street, Suite 740
Face to Place, an exhibition of selected works from participants of the Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program from 2007 - 2014. Through May 8.
111 Front Street, Suite 220
Friday - Sunday 12 - 6 PM
Catalyst by Jeff Huntington. And Holder of the Voice by Jee Hwang.
33 Washington Street
718 852 1500
A Retroreflective, Gabriel Mellan. Reflective art in the dark made for the flash of a camera phone and a third-eye-LED. Through May 21st.
92 Plymouth St
Respond, Erica Bailey, Its memory, the memory of its ribs, its knees, its shoulders. Yumi Janairo Roth and Nadine Wasserman, ArtSourced: Call Center. March 14 - April 19.
St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church
157 Montague Street
Tuesday through Thursday, 12 noon – 3:00 pm, Sunda
Back to Life: Resurrection Reimagined, Jointly presented and curated by the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and the Forum @ St. Ann’s. Work by NYFA Fellows, Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program artists, and Boot Camp artists: DesiréeAlvarez, Felix R. Cid, Jamie Diamond, Sinéad Cullen, David Sandlin, Michael Greathouse, Ellen Grossman, Katya Grokhovsky, Jen P. Harris, and Hidemi Takagi.
Stephen Romano Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite 208
Abundantia Cornu Copiae, March 5th - May 2.
United Photo Industries
111 Front Street, Suite 204
Monday - Friday, 11-6
Exiled to Nowhere: Burma's Rohingya. Greg Constantine. May 12-28.
490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Spring Group Show, Robert Dandarov, Scott Endsley, Marney Fuller, Juliane Hundertmark, Victor Kord, Judith Linhares, Sarah Lutz, Mary McDonnell, Loren Munk, John Parris, Alan Paulson, Robert Selwyn, Peter Stankiewicz, Ron Taylor, William Wegman. May 9-June 13.
Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
321 Washington Avenue
Sollpsistic Trollop Mystic, Jake Borndal.
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment
What Makes You So Special, Lisa Levy and Rebecca Norton. Sep 1—Feb 12.
647 Fulton Street
Mapping Brooklyn, Curated by Elizabeth Ferrer, with: Aaron Beebe, Daniel Bejar, Francisca Benitez, Gail Biederman, Justin Blinder, Christine Gedeon, Katarina Jerinic, Joyce Kozloff, Laura Kurgan, Peter Lapsley, Jennifer Maravillas, Simonetta Moro, Bundith Phunsombatlert, Jan Rothuizen, Patricia Smith, Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin, and Sarah Williams. February 26-May 3.
Guild Greene Gallery
281 Greene Avenue
Thurs-Sat, 2-8, Sun, 12-6
I Love a Parade! a show of large narrative paintings depicting the american experience. Works by Kris Krohn. May 15-June 21
Kinz + Tillou Fine Art
59 Cambridge Place
Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 12 - 5 p.m.
Nothin to HIde, The Feminine Landscape of 12 Latin American Artists.
Silvina Arismendi, Monika Bravo, Tania Candiani, Carolina Caycedo, Nicole Franchy, Voluspa Jarpa, Regina José Galindo, Mariana Juliano, Jessica Sofia Mitrani, Milagros de la Torre, Cecilia Vicuña, Manuela Viera-Gallo. Curated with Monika Bravo and Manuela Viera-Gallo. March 1 - April 18.
80 Hanson Place
Vision Quest. Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski & Sheena Rose. February 7 – May 31. Curated by Isissa Komada-John.
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
solotto, Hirofumi Azuchi.
Another Sky, Yogo Iogawa. 5/26-31
Opening: Tuesday May 26, 7-10.
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
The Artist as Provocateur, Pioneering Performance at Pratt Institute, Ann Messner, Jennifer Miller, Theodora Skipitares, Martha Wilson, and students, Feb 2-Mar 7.
St. Josephs College Gallery
Alumni Room Gallery Tuohy Hall, 245 Clinton Avenue
647 Fulton Street
New Work: The UrbanGlass MFA Exhibition, 4 artists from around the United States: Doreen Garner, Shaun Griffiths, Tatara Siegel, and Kim Watters, all recent MFA recipients. June 10 - August 22.
Opening: Monday June 22, 6-8.
Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
States of Mind, Shanee Epstein. Vicki Behm, Fred Bendheim, and Laurie Lee-Georgescu in the project space. April 30 – May 31.
543 Union Street
Thurs & Fri. 3-6, Sat & Sun. 12 – 6
Inside/Outside, new ceramics and drawings by Anne-Marie McIntyre.
Brooklyn Botanical Garden Steinhardt Conservancy Gallery
Tues-Fri 8-6, Sat-Sun 10-6
Natural Remains: Artist Jessica Baker uses innovative and original processes to create unique prints on paper and directly on leaves, as well as mixed-media works. April 4–May 17.
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks, April 3–August 23. Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic, February 20–May 24. Chitra Ganesh: Eyes of Time, December 12, 2014–July 12.
First SaturdayOpening: Saturday June 06, 5-11.
Court Tree Collective
371 Court Street in Carroll Gardens
Mon, Wed, Fri, 3-6,and Sat. 12-5
the sum of uncountable things, collaborations / interactions / conversations with the poetry of Denver Butson.
May 2 – May 29.
Ethan Pettit Gallery
10 Eighth Avenue #3
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6
3rd Floor, ring bell number 3
558 St. John's Place
Screening: The Chosen,
Opening: Wednesday May 27, 7pm.Performances: E. James Ford, Marie Christine Katz, and Valerie Kuehne.
Opening: Sunday May 31, 6pm.
Color: Sculpted and PaintedDieter Kuhn, Norbert Masal, Cindy Millin, Scott Reeds. June 6 - June 28. Opening reception: Saturday , June 6, 5:30 - 8pm
Gowanus Print Lab
54 Second Avenue
Mon-Thurs 10-10, Fri-Sat 10-7, Sun 12-7
She Blinded Me With Science, a femenist science fiction group show. Feb 18-April 4
Littlefield, 622 Degraw Street
True Colors, An Exhibition by Natale Adgnot & Edward Granger Two Artists Look Beyond The Image. Curated by Julie Kim.
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.
306 17th St.
Thurs: 11am-2pm; Fri/Sat 2pm-6pm
Endless, Seamless, Yun-Woo Choi. May 2 - May 31.
Ortega y Gasset Projects
363 Third Avenue
1-6pm, Sat & Sun
Imaginary Monuments, Curated by Fritz Horstman. Works by Aimée Burg, Mark Dixon, Thale Fastvold, Emily Hass and Matthew Koons. April 25 – May 24.
543 Union St
Thu-Fri 3-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Trade Routes - The third exhibition of the COMMERCE year: Trade Routes, highlighting the thoroughfares of commerce and the cultural porosity they create by looking at changes in styles and meanings of materials and objects which have journeyed the globe.
Opening: Tuesday May 26, 1-6. Installation and Talk
Gowanus Marketplace: This final exhibition of the COMMERCE year explores the intersection of artistry and industry along the Gowanus Canal, featuring the work of Gowanus-based artists, artisans, and makers in a re-imagined Old World marketplace. To be Looked at and Read: This bkbx opening exhibition features Caroline Carlsmith, Wah-Ming Chang, Cathy C. Cook, Carrie Cooperider, Charles Fetherolf, Stefanie Koseff and José Antonio Suárez Londoño.
460 Union Street
Mon Fri 12-4pm
William Suran, and his watercolor paintings and prints, "Demon" series.
636 Dean Street, Brooklyn
Minimus 3D Arkestra, a duo with Ikuo Nakamura and Hayes Greenfield. 3D film mixed mixing stereo 3D images in real time with solo horn, stereo pedal EFX rig, and looper.
366 6th Street
Descent, An Installation by Brenna Beirne.
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Breathing Room, featuring new works by artists Elizabeth Gilfilen, Jason Karolak, and Rachael Wren. May 15 - June 19
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Bay Ridge SAW,
5th Avenue in Bay Ridge
storefront Art Walk.is set to launch its interactive art experience along Fifth Avenue on Saturday, May 16th. Fifteen Brooklyn artists have been chosen to create site-specific art installations in collaboration with merchants along the avenue from 68th Street to 84th Street.
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd
Revising History, Jennifer Greenburg uses vintage snapshot negatives from the 1940s-1960s, seamlessly inserts herself into past moments she never lived.
Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th St
Thursday-Saturday 1-5; August:
The Big One-0, Ten year anniversary exhibition. Featuring: Ginger Andro and Chuck Glicksman, Tom Bennett, Tom Hagen, Anna Hagen, Alexandra Limpert, Steven Basso, James Childs, Beatrice Coron, Anders Knutsson, Danny Simmons.
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499 Van Brunt St
Renew, an open show, with the work of two hundred artists in all media. Also upstairs is Recycle, a juried show of sophisticated two- and three- dimensional art crafted from cast-off, discarded and re-purposed materials. Juried Elissa Goldstone. Wide Open 6 BWAC’s, selected by the Brooklyn Museum’s Rujeko Hockley.
Hot Wood Arts
481 Van Brunt #9B (2nd floor)
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm
Scannograms, by Jack Robinson. Curated by: Megan Suttles. May 9th – June 14th.
Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt St
The Kentler Flatfiles: Red Hook Artists-The 90'sCurated by Florence Neal. Sunny Balzano, Brendt Berger, Doug Campbell, Beth Caspar, Richard Dennis, Karni Dorell, Richard Gins, Robert Grenier, Dragan Ilic, Tone Johansen, Elise Kaufman, Rosalinda Kolb, David MacKenzie, Bettina Magi, Richard Mock, Florence Neal, Janet Neuhauser, Tina K. Olsen, Scott Pfaffman, Jens Veneman, Harriet Zucker. April 9 - May 3.
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Z, an exhibition of unique, glass plate portraits by American photographer Robyn Hasty. Curated by Walker Waugh. June 11- July 4.
Opening: Thursday June 11, 6-9.Second Sundays, a monthly series of open studios, live music, and site-specific interventions presented by Pioneer Works the second Sunday of every month. The series showcases artists in residence along with musical performances and DJs, curated by Olivier Conan.
183 Lorraine Street, 3rd Floor, #33
Heavy Metal, featuring artwork by MaDora Frey, Tom Kotik, Robbii, Esther Ruiz, Alexa Williams, and Ward Yoshimoto. Curated by Katerina Lanfranco. April 10 - May 3.
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