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.
348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
The Royal Society of American Art
400 B South 2nd Street
REMAKE / REMODELCurated by Amelia Biewald and Jason Clay Lewis. Curated by Amelia Biewald and Jason Clay Lewis featuring artists Nicole Awai, Julia Blume, Michael Pribich, Esperanza Cortés, Kris Rac, Cecile Chong, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Yuliya Lanina, Lilian Garcia-Roig, Julien Tomasello, Tessa Krieg, Elena Chestnykh, and Benjamin Cabral. July 31, 2020 – August 30, 2020
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
WAH Salon 21st Anniversary Show!, February 8 - August 30th.
67 West St #203
Calico features a select lineup of local and national artists with a focus on small works and artist-made goods.
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
Amos Eno Gallery
56 Bogart Street
Deep Green Query, Candace Jensen. March 5-30,
C L E A R I N G
396 Johnson Avenue
718 456 0396
Wednesday - Sunday 12-6pm
LIFE STILL, Harold Ancart, Jean-Marie Appriou, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Meriem Bennani, Sebastian Black, Lucy Bull, Sedrick Chisom, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Hadi Fallahpisheh, Ryan Foerster, Aaron Garber-Maikovska, Louise Giovanelli, Chase Hall, Hugh Hayden, Jessie Homer French, Brook Hsu, Zak Kitnick, Calvin Marcus, Tanya Merrill, Ebecho Muslimova, Ben Noam, Marina Pinsky, Loïc Raguénès, Charlotte Vander Borght, Anna Weyant. July 9 - August 28, 2020.
112 Waterbury St
Fri -Sun 12-6
ORDER AND VERTIGO, By appointment.GUILLAUME LINARD OSORIO, DERRICK VELASQUEZ. MAY 28 - JULY 26, 2020
1329 Willoughby Avenue
Century Pictures is closed for renovations through spring 2020
Fisher Parrish Gallery
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.
"Incubator" - Now till 8/29/2020, An eclectic group show.
"Cat Calculus"- 9/4 to 9/25/2020, An eclectic group show.
66 Knickerbocker Ave
Sat-Sunday, 12-6 pm
Private Garden Time
We invite our neighbors and arts community to spend some private time in our courtyard garden. Eat lunch, read a book, lay down, or stare at the sky, we leave it up to you.
Visits are limited to one person at a time or a co-habitating pair.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org 12 hours in advance of when you would like to stop by and we will work with your schedule and ours to arrange access to the garden for a private hour-long visit.
Garden by Deep Earth, work on view by Ignacio Gatica
January 31 – March 15, 2020
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Wednesday - Friday, 12:00 - 6:00
52-19 Flushing Ave. (Maspeth Queens)
Saturdays and Sundays 2-6
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
1329 Willoughby Ave #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
something familiar, Zach Nader. July 25 – August 22, 2020
– online –
56 Bogart Street
A Movement of Women, an exhibition of a major historic research project created by Michelle Vaughan. This will be Vaughan’s third solo show at the gallery.
Vaughan’s installation includes 40 portraits in pastel of American conservative women, letterpress quotes, a data index box, a library, and archival materials collected by Vaughan over several years. August 26 – October 22, 2020
The opening date for this show is important. August 26, 1920 — the date of the passage of the 19th Amendment — arguably the high point of unity for America’s women — came after some 70 years of work from the first women’s convention, in Seneca Falls, focused on achieving universal suffrage. In the 100 years since that date, women have become increasingly divided. While progressive women were pushing for equality, conservative women spent much of their time defending American liberty and family values.
1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A
Friday 6-9pm, Weekends 12-6pm
A Kind of Compass. Rachel Frank, Kimo Nelson, Heidi Norton, and Lina Puerta.. June 27-August 9th
1329 Willoughby Ave, #2
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
All of our spaces are CLOSED until further notice. Stay safe, everyone!
TSA_PDF 007: Boldly There, Curated by Cait Finley. Boldly There features work by Kim Bond, Perry Burlingame, Rebecca Forstater, Hlumela Matika, and Amanda Struver. August 1-15, 2020.
TSA_PDF is a series of printable exhibitions curated by Tiger Strikes Asteroid. People are invited to download and print these works on their home printers and share their “install shots,” which we will share on social media and our website. We view these exhibitions as a fun, experimental way to bring something physical and meaningful into people’s homes as they socially distance.
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
still, R. Carroll. April 4- May 9.
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
The gallery is temporarily closed to the COVID-19 health crisis. We invite you to explore our online exhibition SYMPOIESIS, as well as our resource list for relief and cultural access during the pandemic.
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.
Paintings from the 1980s, SPECIAL NOTICE:
Starting on Saturday, July 18, we will reopen on Saturdays Joan Witek: March 7, 2020 - ongoing.
by appointment only for collectors, art advisors, curators, and members of the press. To schedule an appointment, please contact us via phone (718.801.8095) or email (email@example.com).
92 Plymouth St
THE PHYSICAL GALLERY IS CLOSED UNTIL FARTHER NOTICE.
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
321 Washington Avenue
Pizza Boxes, Paul McMahon. Feb 3- March 16
BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
Open during BAMcafe hours and by appointment
When A Pot Finds Its Purpose, Glenn Kaino, Curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah.
647 Fulton Street
Serious Play: Translating Form, Subverting MeaningAn exhibition devoted to the exploration of the forms of childhood play that encourage experimentation, chance, failure, and humor as a process in contemporary art. Jun 27-Aug 18
Muriel Stockdale: An installation of reimagined United States flags celebrating the cultural landscape of Brooklyn. Jun 27-Aug 18
20 Grand Ave, Space 509
Thu - Sat 12-6pm by appointment
When Fiction is Rendered True,Curated by Titus McBeath--Online Viewing Room. Artists: Eunyoung Ham, Amelia Tru Harrell, Shahar Kramer and Titus McBeath. June 14 – August 9th
80 Hanson Place
Umbilical, Kwesi Abbensetts. August 02 - September 15.
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.
We appreciate your understanding and look forward to providing you with updates on our reopening as we assess the situation over the next few weeks. Further updates to our operating hours will be announced on our website, social media, and email.
St. Francis College Gallery
180 Remsen Street
9AM - 6PM
Mirror Mirror on the Wall...Inaugural Exhibit of Works from the Lise Curry Art Collection. September 20th to December 17th
Tillou Fine Art
647 Fulton Street
But I Don't Mind. is an installation of new works by Stephanie Sara Lifshutz that embodies her experience as a feminist Jewish woman navigating the neon studio industry. Join us for the
Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
During this time of crisis due to Covid-19, our local community reached out to let us know that they appreciated our uncovered windows and access to art during the NYC PAUSE. Since the pause will continue for the Gallery through the summer, we decided to create a new show from the flat file drawers of 440 member artists. Selections From the Flat Files features over 24 pieces of original art work including paintings, drawings, mono-prints, mixed media and photographs. Showcasing the wonderful breadth of 440 artists and brightening our local community, the show is a powerful reminder of the need for art to challenge and soothe in times of stress and change.
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Studio 54: Night Magic. March 13–July 5, 2020.
African Arts—Global Conversations
February 14–November 15, 2020
Jacques-Louis David Meets Kehinde Wiley
January 24–May 10, 2020
Jeffrey Gibson: When Fire Is Applied to a Stone It Cracks
February 14, 2020–January 10, 2021
524 Court Street
Fri-Sun 12-6pm and by appointment
Temporarily closed due to covid-19.
with the expectation of opening
Orange Chapel. a solo exhibition by Justin Sterling. Saturday, September 26, 2020
75 6th Ave.
UNFETTERED, Jamel Robinson.
*Until further notice this exhibition will be online and appointment only.
If you would like to schedule a viewing or inquire about the available artwork please message firstname.lastname@example.org
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558 St. John's Place
A Setting. Installation by Sara Jimenez and Jason Schwartz
July 6 – August 30, 2020
With textile, light, and sound, Sara Jimenez and Jason Schwartz create an installation inside the Plus/Space.
The exhibition is on view during the day and at night, from the sidewalk, through the open-works gate, as shown in the picture.
Concerts on the sidewalk.
Two safe social-distanced events at FiveMyles.
You can sit on chairs 6ft. apart or stand 6 ft. apart. Please wear a face mask! Saturday, August 8 & Saturday, August 15.
Opening: Aug 8, 2020, 6-8. Jazz legend Keisha St. Joan and her ensemble.
InnerCity Projects: Miriam Parker & Jo Wood-Brown
Lost Voyage. Online: July 16, 2020 – August 20, 2020
Opening: Aug 15, 2020, 5-6. The South African Drumming Ministry performs at FiveMyles for the first time. Both concerts will be partially livestreamed on our instagram account (@fivemyles), and then uploaded to our website for later viewing.
Ground Floor Gallery
343 5th Street (off 5th Avenue)
Thurs-Fri, 2-6 Sat 12-6, Sun 12-5
Jenkins Johnson Gallery
207 Ocean Avenue
Tuesday - Saturday, 11 am to 6 pm
Contextual Proportions, Curated by Kenturah Davis. November 15, 2019 – February 1.
306 17th Street, Brooklyn
every day in December between 7 and 9pm
Quarantine Jams, Open Source will be hosting some of the neighborhood’s great musicians, for casual jam sessions at the gallery on 17th and 6th ave.
Opening: Jul 18, 2020, 6PM.
165 7th Street
Small and Smaller, curated by Heather Bhandari
The Cluster Gallery
200 6th st 3E
Wed to Sat: 12-6pm
Glimpse of Heaven, Bella Steele, Caiti Borruso, Emma Fernald, Jessica Lau, Molly O’Donnell, Olivia Becchio, Olivia Gravel, Rebecca Schnopp, Sophia Pinero, curated by Brittany Smith
Kingsborough Art Museum
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd
The Annual Faculty Exhibition.Sept 26- October 24.
201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
Source Matters, Curated by Elisa Gutierrez Eriksen. Featuring the works of:
Rusudan Melikishvili (Denmark), Brian Napier (USA), Ellen Bleiwas (Canada), Joseph Moore (USA), Laure Hocine (Belgium),
Sarah Williams (USA), Lauren Cohen (US/UK), Matthew Cronin (USA), Joani Tremblay (Canadian), Sareh Imani (Iran/USA).
12.3m2 Solo Exhibition by Bonam Kim, Sepideh Farzam (Iran/Australia), Furen Dai (China/USA).
Feb 20-March 20.
224 48 Street
ART in ISOLATION, An online exhibition of art celebrating the creative spirit
Featuring: Stephen Basso, Tom Bennett, Willie Mae Brown, Rodriguez Calero, Mary Chang, Dimitri, Gregory Frux, Peter Gergely, Philomena Marano, Janet Morgan, Agnes Murray, Douglas Newton, Danny Simmons, Aaron Simms, Audrey Anastasi.
850 3rd Ave. Suite 411
Home Bound, featuring Quentin James McCaffrey, Heather Merckle, Soyeon Shin, and Erin Wright is on view in our main gallery through September 26th. The artists were selected from a recent open call, juried by Sara Maria Salamone of Mrs., as part of Artist-Run 2020, a year-long exploration of artist-run projects throughout the country.
Here, Now: 2020 TAS Members Exhibition is on view in our Studio 22 gallery through September 26th. The exhibition features members of Trestle Art Space, and was juried by independent curator, Dexter Wimberly.
The gallery will be open by appointment only for the foreseeable future: Wednesdays 12-6pm, Fridays 3-8pm, and Saturdays 11-6pm.
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57 Wolcott St
Ghosts of Our Future, Kevin Connelly Gillespie. Through July 27.
Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt Street
The Life of Signs, Ben K Voss, Carl D'Alvia, Johnny G Mullen, Margaux Ogden, Tamar Halpern. Curated by Johnny G Mullen