Black Ball Projects
374 Bedford Ave
Saturdays & Sundays 12-6
Black Ball Projects will be presenting work from our archive here on our website and via Instagram in order to fully historicize the many amazing artists we have had the pleasure of working with over the past years.
Brooklyn Art Library
28 Frost Street
Sketchbook Projecta 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.
Our doors are temporarily closed due to COVID-19,
but join us live on Instagram every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 8pm Eastern.
168 North 6th St.
from where I sit, 20 Years - 20% off.
November 28 - December 20.
348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Fields and Grounds and Things Landing, Works by Taylor Davis, Dmitri Hertz, and Matthew Schrader. Nov 15-Jan 3
State of Matter, Fawn Krieger. In 2017, after the US presidential inauguration, she began pressing fired clay into wet cement. With this series, Experiments in Resistance, Krieger has articulated a vocabulary of haptic pressure and provided a record of tactile impression and corporeal event. At a time of social tremor, Krieger has made of herself and her materials a living seismograph, to record the force and duration of these slips in our fault plane. January 10 – February 14, 2021
Opening: Jan 20, 2021, 2-6.
The Royal Society of American Art
400 B South 2nd Street
Such fleas, ere they approach the eye, a group show of miniature works, tests the dissociation of time and place through human perceptions of scale. Through November 8th, 2020
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
Works Created During the “Lockdown” Period, Juried Show with Awards curated by Yuko Nii. Juror: Paulina Pobocha, Museum of Modern Art November 7–Jan. 17.
67 West St #203
Now - Oct 30, 2020
Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
155 Freeman Street
Due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, Light Industry will not be hosting public events until it is safe to do so. In the meantime, we've moved our program online.
The Java Project
252 Java Street, Suite #100
Paul Brainard, works made during lockdown. October 3rd – October 31st by appointment.
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Amos Eno Gallery
56 Bogart Street
Where'er His Silent Beams Intrude: Small Works Group Show at Amos Eno Gallery. Works by Irja Bodén, Chris Esposito, Sam Jones, Kahori Kamiya, Charleen Kavleski, Robert McCann, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, David Olivant, Mimi Oritsky, Kathy Loev Putnam, Nishiki Sugawara-Beda, Philip Swan, Jessica Tawczynski and Aaron Wilder. Curated by Audra Lambert.December 17, 2020 - January 17. Virtual Opening Reception: Friday, Dec 18th, 5:30 PM EST via Zoom.
The Long Goodbye, Heidi Neff. January 21 - February 14, 2021
Opening: Jan 21, 2021, .
C L E A R I N G
396 Johnson Avenue
718 456 0396
Wednesday - Sunday 12-6pm
Jean-Marie Appriou, new works. September 11, 2020 - November 1, 2020
112 Waterbury St
Fri -Sun 12-6
The Subsuming Ellipse, Mimi Jung. Sat October 24-Dec 19.MIMI JUNG: THE SUBSUMING ELLIPSE
Incubator Studio Gallery
56 Bogart St., Lower Level South, Brooklyn.
917 909 0500
Sundays, 1 till 6PM
Masks must be worn, No more than two related will admitted at a time.
"Reboot 2021""Reboot 2021" An eclectic group show.1/3 to 1/31/2021
No opening due to covid restrictions-
"Shrine (to Butter)""Shrine (to Butter)" An eclectic group show. 2/7 to 2/28/2021
No opening due to covid restrictions-
66 Knickerbocker Ave
Sat-Sunday, 12-6 pm
Manal KaraSeptember 18 – October 25, 2020
SOUL PROCESSION, Jacob Mason-Macklin. September 18 – October 25, 2020
Opening September 18, 2-9pm
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Wednesday - Friday, 12:00 - 6:00
The Earth Is Blue Like an Orange, a group exhibition featuring the work of eight artists in residence in ISCP’s Ground Floor Program. Featuring: Svetlana Bailey, Carlos Franco, Moko Fukuyama, Wieteke Heldens, Alison Nguyen, Habby Osk, Civan Özkanoğlu, and Bundith Phunsombatlert. September 22–December 11.
52-19 Flushing Ave. (Maspeth Queens)
Saturdays and Sundays 2-6
1623 Hancock St. Ridgewood
Saturday & Sunday 1- 6
The Tardigrade Wars and Their Allies, by Cibele Vieira, a series of 35 monochromatic watercolors on paper made with cochineal pigment the artist started in 2018.
December 5th , 2020~ January 17th.
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
The Pleasure Pavilion: A series of installations. Works by Pipilotti Rist, Philip Taaffe, Jason Moran, Zarina, Salman Toor, Tomm El-Saieh, and Ragnar Kjartansson. September 17, 2020 – February 20, 2021
1329 Willoughby Ave #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
Depressions, Matt Town, October 30 – December 13.
Songs for Presidents
1673 Gates Avenue Ridgewood NY 11385
Saturdays and Sundays 12-6pm
Rumples by Dirty Churches. the show will consist of a hand-printed full color book of the work, and screening the new filmed performance piece from Dirty Churches. screening 10/8 thru 11/5
56 Bogart St.
LIT. Caroline Cox. Opening: September 25, 2020, with Zoom video, discussion event TBA.
The Border Project
56 Bogart Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6
Placid, Curated by Jamie Martinez. A group show with works by Sandra Eula Lee, Cecile Chong, and Snow Yunxue Fu. The exhibition, curated by Jamie Martinez, will be on display from September 25 to October 17, 2020.
56 Bogart Street
Morning in America, Sharon Butler. For the past few years, Butler has produced daily drawings on her phone. The Good Morning Drawings, digital sketches uploaded to Instagram, reflect the peripatetic experience of a contemporary painter with a complex life—teaching, traveling, parenting, working. The small geometric abstractions serve as foundational ideas on which to build firm structures that investigate painting and its discontents more thoroughly in the context of a complex and chaotic world. January 15 - March 7, 2021
Opening: Jan 15, 2021, 1-7.
1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A
Patchwork, Manuela Gonzalez, Esteban Ramón Pérez, and Micheal Two Bulls. JANUARY 8 – FEBRUARY 14, 2021
1329 Willoughby Ave, #2
Saturday and Sunday, 3-6pm
After Our Bodies Meet, a group exhibition curated by Daniel Johnson, featuring works by Margrethe Aanestad, Daniel Arturo Almeida, Dalia Amara, Cyriaco Lopes, and Randy West. January 9 – February 14, 2021
Opening: Jan 9, 2021, .
87 Richardson St.
Sat-Sun 1pm - 6pm
Left Off: Curated by Stacy Fisher. Mónica Palma, Lizzie Wright, Matt Wycoff. October 17th- November 15th, 2020
Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
Our City, a contemporary artists that examines the components that make up a neighborhood. Children will take on the roles of urban planners, artists, architects, and visionaries as they talk about the places they call home. Our City includes artwork by Aisha Cousins, Brooklyn Hi-Art Machine (Oasa Duverney and Mildred Beltre), Elizabeth Hamby, James Rojas, Priscilla Stadler, and Rusty Zimmerman. March 10 to September 4.
301 Saratoga Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11233
Solutions, Juliana Haliti, Ianthe Jackson, Alison Kudlow, Sarah La Puerta, Eleen Lin, James Mercer, Hiroshi Shafer, Rachael Wren, Yana Zorina.
33 Herkimer Street
How Did You Get This?: The Spaces We Inhabit, Anders Jones, colette veseay-cullors, daonne huff, Deborah Willis, Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., Melvin Harper, Zalika Azim. curated by Damien Davis, Ivy N. Jones. MARCH 14 - SEPTEMBER 13, 2020
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155 Plymouth Street
14th A.I.R. Biennial: An A-historical Daydream, Curated by Jasmine Wahi, An A-historical Daydream investigates the slipperiness of linear time across a variety of both parallel and intersecting histories.This exhibition invites artists to consider the idea of time, history, and future in new and radical ways. January 8–February 7, 2021
Art In General
145 Plymouth Street
Art in General is temporarily closed to the public and scheduled programs are postponed until further notice to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Brooklyn Historical Society
89 Water Street
Summer In The CityOpen by appointment throughout July and August. Each artwork in the show is framed, and ready for immediate collection. The exhibition includes work by 13 artists, ranging in scale and value.
16 Main St.
Dream Paintings, Ken Weathersby, a suite of recent paintings that merge abstraction with texts transcribed from the artist’s dreams. November 14–January 30.
92 Plymouth St
Land Akin, Curated by Gabriel de Guzman. Artists: Tatiana Arocha, Kevin Quiles Bonilla, Esteban Cabeza de Baca, Rachelle Dang, Athena LaTocha, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Allison Maria Rodriguez,
Christine Howard Sandoval, and Kiyan Williams. January 9-February 21
Opening: Jan 17, 2021, 3-4:30. Exhibition tour
Opening: Jan 23, 2021, 5-6. Presidential Alert (America, Lip-Sync for Your Life), Kevin Quiles Bonilla
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490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
Dandelions, Tom Lawson, Carolanna Parlato, Cecilia Whittaker-Doe, Rachel Youens. October 17-November 22.
Court Tree Collective
371 Court Street
Structure and Space, a group exhibition featuring works by New York-based artists Christian Nguyen, Jim Osman, Senem Oezdogan, and Fred Bendheim. These four artistic voices are united by their translation of highly personal observation through the core visual elements of line, surface, color, and space. They invite us to enter a rich spatial world created by the intersection of distinct aesthetic perspectives. Sept 4th - Nov 8th
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
The Other Side, Steven & William Ladd, Saturday, September 12-October 17.
Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
Open during BAMcafe hours and by appointment
20 Grand Ave, Space 509
Thu - Sat 12-6pm by appointment
Beyond Appearances - Women Looking at WomenCurated by Alice Le Campion. Artists: Mona Kuhn, Alex McQuilkin, Regina Parra, and Marianna Rothen. December 6, 2020 – January 17, 2021
80 Hanson Place
MoCADA is currently closed until further notice.
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
AS OF MONDAY, MARCH 16, PRATT MANHATTAN GALLERY, PRESIDENT'S OFFICE GALLERY AND THE RUBELLE AND NORMAN SCHAFLER GALLERY WILL BE TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
The closure is a proactive measure to protect the health of the gallery visitors and staff in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in accordance with Pratt Institute’s policies to limit the spread of the virus in New York.
St. Francis College Gallery
180 Remsen Street
9AM - 6PM
647 Fulton Street
Outer Special, a series of installations made by artists Lucia Riffel and Lily Reeves, imagines this space as an alternate reality; one that fluctuates between digital utopia and a dismal, dystopian, post-human landscape.On view through Thursday, January 7, 2021
Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Step by Step, Janet Pedersen. On view through January 3, 2021
The Great Mystery. Ellen Chuse. January 6 - February 7
Opening: Jan 9, 2021, 3-6.
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Reopening September 12 with more convenient hours. As part of a safe reopening, all tickets are timeStudio 54: Night Magic. March 13–Nov 8, 2020.
African Arts—Global Conversations
February 14–November 15, 2020
Jeffrey Gibson: When Fire Is Applied to a Stone It Cracks.. February 14, 2020–January 10, 2021
Climate in Crisis: Environmental Change in the Indigenous Americas. February 14, 2020–June 20, 2021
September 16–November 8, 2020
524 Court Street
Fri-Sun 12-6pm and by appointment
sculpture by Michele Rushfeldt
with a photograph by Robert Mapplethorpe.
opens Saturday, January 23, 2021
Opening: Jan 23, 2021, 12-6.
75 6th Ave.
Still Life; Flowers and Portraits 2020, This collection of representational paintings by Greg Griffith. Oct 2-25
558 St. John's Place
Four Artists: Two Painters & Two Sculptors, Kathleen Maximin, Michael Filan, Gerard McCarthy, Gunnar Theel
Co-curated by Charlotta Kotik and Hanne Tierney. On view: January 16 - February 21, 2021
Opening: Jan 16, 2021, 5:30 - 8pm.
Into the Maelstrom, Installation by Etty Yaniv. On view January 16 - February 21, 2021
Opening: Jan 16, 2021, 5:30 to 8pm.
Ground Floor Gallery
343 5th Street (off 5th Avenue)
Thurs-Fri, 2-6 Sat 12-6, Sun 12-5
306 17th Street, Brooklyn
Saturdays and Sundays 12-6pm
Jim Crow Hell No, James Hannaham. A faux-historical exhibition of bygone mid-20th Century signage from America’s racist, sexist, and homophobic present. February 18-April 1, 2021
Opening: Feb 18, 2021, 7-9.
Ortega y Gasset Projects
363 Third Avenue
1-6pm, Sat & Sun
Flat File at OyG: 2021 Exhibition Program. January 9 - January 31, 2021
The Cluster Gallery
200 6th st 3E
Wed to Sat: 12-6pm
Full Circle, A Solo Exhibition by Jo-Ann Acey
October 9, 2020 – November 20.
Kingsborough Art Museum
201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
To Assemble, Featuring NARS 2020 Season III Residency Artists:
Amir Hariri | Joseph Wilcox | Matthew Cronin
Curated By Elisa Gutierrez Eriksen. Sept 4 - 23, 2020
850 3rd Ave. Suite 411
Torn Between. by Jackie Hoving is the third project as part
of the The Wall Project at Trestle, where artists are invited to consider a site specific drawing, painting, or installation for the entrance wall. October 3, 2020 - November 21.
Angelina Gualdoni, Pareesa Pourian, Lauren Portada, Padma Rajendran, Alexandria Tarver. Curated by Emily Burns, in collaboration with Maake. On View: October 2, 2020 - November 21, 2020
Personal Prospecting, 2020 Residency Exhibition. featuring the work of fourteen artists from the 2020 Residency Program. Curated by Katrina Majkut. Nov 19-30.
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499 Van Brunt St
Current(s) – BWAC Member Fall 2020 ExhibitionCurators: Alicia Degener and Niklas Ramo. Current(s), the BWAC fall members’ exhibition, holds up a mirror to the here and now to inform us what creative minds are thinking in this unprecedented year. September 26 – November 1.
Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
Fridays, 10-3pm, Saturdays 1-5pm
100 Works on Paper , September 12 - October 10, 2020
Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt Street
Dirty Poetry, Amy Butowicz, Anton Zolotov, Fanny Allié, Johnny G. Mullen,
Michael Olin, Jonathan Fraser, and Mark DeLong. Sept. 27th — Nov. 1st, 2020
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
More Than Cinema.Motoharu Jonouchi and Keiichi Tanaami. four film works by Motoharu Jonouchi (b. 1935 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan) and Keiichi Tanaami (b. 1936 in Tokyo, Japan), two seminal figures whose practices contributed to the emergence and dynamism of the Expanded Cinema movement in Japan.
OPEN BY APPOINTMENT
Perfect Bodies, Bosco Sodi. Curated by Dakin Hart. VISITORS WILL BE ABLE TO ENTER THE INSTALLATION ON SAT & SUN, 12 - 7PM. LOCATION: PERFECT BODIES AUTO COLLISION, 184-186 CONOVER STREET. Sited on a once teeming commercial concrete parking lot two blocks south of Pioneer Works, Perfect Bodies speaks to, in artist Bosco Sodi’s words, “silence, contemplation and the passing of time—the small things in life and our relationship with the earth.” OCT 11 - DEC 20