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Rachel Sussman “The Oldest Living Things in the World” at Pioneer Works

image-5735 Brooklyn-based contemporary artist and 2014 Guggenheim Fellow Rachel Sussman brings her largest solo exhibition to date of The Oldest Living Things in the World to Pioneer Works: Center for Art and Innovation in Red Hook, Brooklyn, from September 13-November 2. Curated by Christina Costello, formerly of The Museum of Modern Art, the exhibition ...

“Shall Not Perish” at Window Studio

image-5728 Window Studio is thrilled to present its inaugural exhibition, Shall Not Perish, showcasing contemporary artwork from the battlefields of today’s streets. In response to current global crises, the work urgently calls for social equality in order to establish, for once and for all, a “government of the people, by the ...

The Dreary Coast – A Site Specific Work on the Gowanus Canal

image-5730 I was bouncing around on Kickstarter this morning and came across a local project that sounds amazing - a site specific work on the Gowanus Canal. Their description is below, follow the link to support the project - pledges start at a very affordable $10. A spectacular new site-specific work combining ...

Brian Wood, Max Razdow, and John Newman in “Spin Zero” at Novella Gallery

image-5722Henry Corbin wrote that cognitive imagination functions directly as an organ of knowledge, “just as real as – if not more real than – the sense organs. By developing this faculty we can overcome the divorce between thinking and being.” . In Spin Zero, Novella Gallery presents three artists – Brian Wood, Max Razdow, and John Newman – whose works ...

“And the winner is….” at Figureworks

image-5718 George Spencer with Joe Brown, Vincent Campanella, James Carlin, Laurent Casimir, John Fenton, Eugene Higgins, Lee Jackson, Russell Patterson, Nathan Rapoport, Johannes Schiefer, Lois Williams Guest Curator: Alison Lowery September 6 – October 5, 2014 Reception:  Friday, September 12th from 6-9PM with Williamsburg Every 2nd Friday -  when all galleries stay open late Musical performance by Paul Buffa and Nicholas Grodsky, featuring ...

“Human Investigation” by James Chan

image-5712 Artist: James Chan Artist Statement: To discover who we are as humans has probably never been an easy task and in the chaos that is modern society, where technology creates new ways of communication and interaction, there is potential for individual voices to be drowned out. I created my own words, which ...

Amie Cunat: Parenthetical Bounce

image-5706 Court Tree Collective presents: Parenthetical Bounce Amie Cunat Sept 6th, 2014 // 7PM – 10PM 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 atCourt Tree Collective, Brooklyn. Super-flat with sharp-edged forms battling vibrant colors for supremacy, the paintings exude ...

Burnout at Daylight Savings Gallery

image-5703 Opening reception: August 29th , 7­10 pm Open for viewing: August 29th ­ September 19th Small Editions 60 Sackett Street Ground Floor/Double Yellow Doors Brooklyn, NY 11231 As we near the end of summer Daylight Savings Gallery is pleased to announce Burnout, a group exhibition hosted by Small Editions, an artist book bindery in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Theodor ...
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