salon: lotta törnroth and anna jermolaewa
JANUARY 28, 2014 6:30PM
Lotta Törnroth will speak about how she employs personal stories, combined with historical events, mythical sagas and literature to create new layers of fiction. She uses photography, text and sculpture to create narratives about the sea, evoking aspects of longing, waiting, and missing.
Deanna Lee: Echo Lineation
December 12 through January 25, 2015
Massachusetts native Deanna Lee intuitively paints flowing lines and shapes that pool, drape and cluster into areas of visual tension and evoke organic forms, natural systems, geographical strata and topography. Echo Lineation will feature 10 new paintings in gouache, ink and acrylic ...
The Model and Her Artist
Over the past two years, Lane Sell and Phil Rabovsky have tackled a series of related questions in their figurative work: Who controls the representation of a subject? How can one person use another person’s body ethically? What are the artist’s obligations to the model’s desire ...
The Group Exhibition Tongue Stones Explores Legacies Past, Present, and Future
159 Pioneer Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn 11231
Opening Reception: Sunday, January 18, 4 – 8pm
On view: January 18 – March 8, 2015
Stones, objects and ideas are equally subjected to the passage of time. Tongue Stones explores legacies past, present and future through a constellation of histories and imminent ...
AOT Project Salon Launch Exhibition
IAN J. CARR SELECT DRAWINGS
JAN 16 6-9PM
159 Hope Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Gerrit Rietveld Academie trained sculptor Ian J. Carr will present a selection of his drawings.
My drawing is an extension of my sculptural work, what started as a tool for research has now reached its own autonomous ...
CALL FOR ART
We are looking for art to feature in INSIGHT: Crossroads issue coming out in March.
Crossroads - most commonly defined as an intersection point; a point at which a crucial decision has to be made; a central meeting place (or for the Supernatural fans: the place where your soul is put up ...
Not now, but maybe later
10 January – 22 February 2014
Reception: Saturday 10 January, 6pm – 9pm
56 Bogart St. Brooklyn NY 11206 / theodoreart.com
212.966.4324 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Gallery Hours Friday – Sunday, 1pm – 6pm
Meridith McNeal, Alexander Ney, Joanne Scott
January 9 - February 8, 2015
Reception: Friday evening, January 9, 6-9PM
Howard Eisman, Fred Hatt, Arlene Morris
February 13 - March 15, 2015
Reception: Friday evening, February 13, 6-9PM
fine art of the human form
168 North 6th St. (1 block from Bedford Avenue “L” train)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211
hours: Saturday and Sunday from 1-6PM
Without/Color is a two-part exhibition featuring ...
CLOSING MONDAY, JANUARY 5TH AT FORT DEFIANCE IN BROOKLYN: GREAT GOOD PLACES OF NEW ORLEANS! ALL-Y’ALL BE THERE!
Brooklyn artist John Tebeau is showing a new collection of prints featuring beloved institutions of New Orleans. Tebeau says that Brooklyn and New Orleans have a lot in common.
I’ve noticed a lot of ...