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This week’s Northside Art was a combination block party and studio crawl. I used the opportunity to enjoy the great weather and explore Williamsburg Walks, the Many Conversations group show and Eyewash Art’s The Last Art Fair on Saturday and various studios, galleries and street art spots on Sunday.
Other Hyperallergic team members covered Greenpoint and other destinations so I stayed in Williamsburg and ventured to its southern areas to see what it had to offer. I particularly enjoyed the exhibitions at Art 101, Parker’s Box and Sideshow Gallery, and the hospitality of the artists in the 315 Berry loft building. This is the first post in a series we’ve created on this past weekend’s Northside Art.
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