Sarah Anderson, “Moves for Offensive Drivers” (in progress)

Crowds flocked this Saturday to 56 Bogart Street, one of the main stops on the Bushwick Open Studios circuit. There was plenty of art to enjoy, with two floors of galleries and three floors of studio spaces opening their doors to the public. Artists were warm and welcoming, answering a plethora of questions from art scenesters, curious locals, and fellow artists seeing what their neighbors were up to. It was a unique opportunity to step into the artists’ intimate workspaces, each studio a world unto itself.

Juan Miguel Palacios, Studio view

Akinori Matsumoto, Studio view

Jonathan Quinn, Studio view

Yusuke Ochiai, Studio view

Rachel Rossin, Studio view

Mike Schreiber, “Nepal” series

Samuel Lang Budin, “Northwestern Chromes” series

Dongsuk Lee, Studio view

Model Melissa Mazza performs in a photo studio at 56 Bogart

Eric Lindveit, Studio view

Eric Lindveit, Studio view

E. Thurston Belmer, “Bone and Blood” (2014)

Nicole Markowitz, Studio detail

Kyu Seok Oh, Studio view

A crowd gathers for margaritas in a studio at 56 Bogart

The 2014 Bushwick Open Studios continue until Sunday, June 1. For more information visit our Concise Guide. Hyperallergic is a proud media sponsor of the event.

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