The exhibition opens Wednesday, 25 October and continues through 22 December. September 23 - November 5, 2017My Shot, Portraits from Hamilton Josh Lehrer presents one-of-a-kind photos of the cast of the award-winning musical Hamilton taken with mid-1800s camera lens at United Photo Industries. Elisa D'Arrigo, Lael Marshall, Joanne Mattera, Jim Osman, Sue Ravitz, Lizzie Scott, Debra Smith, Patricia Zarate, Curator: Joanne Freeman. Curated by BRIC’s Elizabeth Ferrer, Show Features Work by Yolanda Andrade, Stefanie Apple, Nelson Bakerman, Leigh Davis, Russell Frederick, Max Kozloff, George Malave, Meryl Meisler, Patrick D. `Remains to be Seen, John Spinks explores the mutable relationship between what we see and what we know. GOOSE EGG, by artist Michiko Sakano, work that explores co-existing in parts. Roots of “The Dinner Party”: History in the Making Oct 20–March 4. A Woman’s Afterlife: Gender Transformation in Ancient Egypt. The People Games Play, Paintings and Games by Nicholas Cueva. Matthew Blackwell, Nancy Cohen, Elisa D’Arrigo, Laura Dodson, Nancy Grimes, Natasha Hesketh, Stephanie Hightower, David Hornung, Loren Munk, Thomas Nozkowski, Fara’h Saleh, Lee Tribe.
Opening: Friday October 27, 6-9.1402 Seok-Dong Opening: Friday October 13, 7-9pm. Relative Material examines the diverse ways that seven artists utilize family mythologies, histories, experiences, and ephemera as source material from which to reflect upon and question broader issues of political, philosophical, historical and sociological concern. Excessive Frugality, Jeff Becker, Michele Brody, Airco Caravan, Rob de Oude, Emily Feinstein, Paz Perlman, Elizabeth Riley, Alyse Rosner and Liz Sweibel. Opening Reception: Friday Dec 15, 6-8 pm In Between, Derek Lerner. Project Space: Gema Alava: Observational Awareness. Reading: Julia Edwards, Victoria Haynes, Hardy Hill, Hanna Umin. Closing Reception Yesterday Clouds: Ivana Popov and Derek Weisberg. 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.
October 14th - November 12th Opening: Saturday October 14, 6-9. J o y D e c i s i o n, Damali Abrams, Aya Uekawa, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Sarada Rauch, Andre Springer, Rachel Eulena Williams. Children will take on the roles of urban planners, artists, architects, and visionaries as they talk about the places they call home. In the study of habits and tools, the show will compile new, partly collaborative works that frame the amateur artist as a possible muse. Common Graves, Mike Diana, Orlando Estrada, Dawn Frasch. On the Other Side: Collaborative Works by Patty Smith and Claire Fouquet. Beyond the Bed Covers, featuring Rachel Farmer, Kim Fox, Ariel Jackson, Luke Haynes, Laura Petrovich-Cheney, Coralina Rodriguez Meyer, Faith Ringgold, Jessica Skultety and images from the 1987 AIDS quilt exhibit in Washington, DC.
Including work by: Kei Andersen, Vivian Baumann, Sasha Cahvchavadze, Robin Dann, Chrispina Ffrench, Sandra Greuel, Marcia Hillis, Nina Isabell, Paula Lalala, Alexandra Limpert, Eva Melas, Portia Munson, Kara Grail, Hye Ryung Na, Lourdes Sanchez, Carri Skoczek and Seungwook Yang Curated by: Paula Lalala, Eva Melas and Carri Skoczek. Participating Artists Kayo Albert, Ayako Bando, Bien Banez, Tomek Bogacki, Orin Buck, Beryl Brenner, Linda Butti, Christopher Craig, Alec Dai, Theresa De Salvio, Valeriy Dyslov, Sandra Forrest, Carmen Frank, Debra Friedkin, Jeffrey Friedkin, Naoaki Funayama, Glen Goodenough, Susan Handwerker, Richard Hatter, Natsuko Hattori, Iku Higuchi, Susan Jacobs, Cornelia Jensen, Sam Jungkurth, Yuko K, Drew Maillard, Mieko Mitachi, Gail Mitchell, Kenichi Nakajima, Carmen Porfido, Yupin Pramotepipop, Renee Radenberg, Richard Sanchez, Mira Satryan, Larry Scaturro, Gloria Schuster, Tasneem Shahzad, Joel Simpson, Linda Smith, Larry Szycher, Jania Vanderwerff, Jeff Watts, Mary Westring.
with live music by Lex Grey, and the Urban Pioneers WAH Celebrates Volunteers Co-Curated by Susan Jacobs and Larry Scaturro.
October 27 - December 22, 2017 Opening reception: Friday, October 27 from 6-9. October 27 - December 22, 2017Opening: Friday October 27, 6-9. With: Hanna Umin, Rindon Johnson, Victoria Haynes, Jes Fan, Sessa Englund. Performances on Friday November 10th, 8-9PMLegtopia, New Work by Janel Schultz. Our City, a contemporary artists that examines the components that make up a neighborhood. Four Weeks and Fourty-Five Years, Rachel bas-Cohain, Tenesh Webber, Christine Gedeon, and Kazuko Miyamoto, Curated by Roxana Fabius and Rachael Rakes.
Linqox Criss on the River Ilissus, Amanda Turner Pohan. Afarin Rahmanifar | Elizabeth Bisbing | Kyoung Eun Kang. Something’s Come Between Us, curated by Sessa Englund. Performance: "A Menagerie of Limbs" Choreographed by Lisa Fagan Opening: Saturday November 18, 7pm. We have Forgotten the Physical, a group show that displays an interest in the human, in technology and in cultural transformation. She starts with pictures taken on an i Phone, mostly through car and train windows. Brown employs a pithy visual syntax of a reductive palette and simple geometric form. Must/Have, Alan Belcher, Jeff Gibson, Richard Paul Michelle Vaughan. IN&OUT, a pairing of Kate Teale and Marcy Rosewater paintings curated by Brittany Prater. Passing Through, In her new body of reflective work, Robert Marshall continues to explore the shifting and relational nature of perception (and identity). We’re all gonna die.(in loving memory of Ron Keyson) Rob Andrade, Buhm Hong, Andy Milien, Rachel Phillips, Lucia Simek, Aaron Williams. Defining Fields, Jimbo Blachly, Elisa Soliven, Howard Smith. Punctuate, Eric Brown creates paintings that offer meditations on the grace and joy of the imperfect. Editions Friends, Editions Fawbush, Galerie Simpson. Is That a Gun in Your Pocket, A Tribute to Mae West. Tomorrowland, Michael Dotson, Ben Phelan, Anne Vieux.