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Type Indicators at Art Helix

image-5866 Type Indicators February 13 - March 1, 2015 Curated by Wilson Duggan ArtHelix is pleased to present Type Indicators, an exhibition and research project that explores the relationship between personality, identity, and artistic self-expression using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. The aim of our project is to examine the relationship between an artist’s personality ...

Without/Color at Figureworks Gallery

image-5863 WITHOUT/COLOR Part II Howard Eisman, Fred Hatt, Arlene Morris February 13 - March 15, 2015 Reception: Friday evening, February 13, 6-9PM   FIGUREWORKS fine art of the human form 168 North 6th St. (1 block from Bedford Avenue “L” train) Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211 www.figureworks.com hours: Saturday and Sunday from 1-6PM Without/Color is a two-part exhibition featuring six artists. Three artists, Meridith McNeal, Alexander Ney, and Joanne Scott, have executed work ...

Artist Profile: Kevin Burzynski

image-5858Sifting through stacks of vintage magazines and books serves a very particular purpose for Brooklyn-based artist Kevin Burzynski. Typically armed with a blade, scissors, and glue, Kevin seeks to repurpose imagery through cut & paste collages that examine loaded themes such as youth, innocence, hopelessness, control, technology, romance, luxury, and nostalgia. His countless wooden ...

Gowanus Darkroom Grand Opening

image-5855 Gowanus Darkroom is now open!  Brooklyn's newest community black and white darkroom is now open for business! Join us for our grand opening reception on Friday, February 13th from 6-9 PM right here in our studio!  Come explore the darkroom, enjoy featured artwork from local photographers, and have a drink (or two). Gowanus ...

Artist Salon at International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)

image-5852 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. During ...

Deanna Lee at Robert Henry Contemporary

image-5847Deanna 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 at Shoestring Press

image-5843 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 ...

Group Exhibition Tongue Stones at Pioneer Works Opens Today

image-5836 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 with Ian J. Carr Select Drawings

image-5833 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 ...