Ten New York-based artists were awarded the first Colene Brown Art Prize. Each of them will receive a $10,000 no-strings-attached grant.
This edition of the BRIC Biennial includes partnerships with more venues and institutions than ever before, with five satellite exhibitions taking place at locations across South Brooklyn.
An exhibition that explores the monolithic state of current technologies in relation to their obsolescence. On view in Downtown Brooklyn through January 20.
An exhibition of large-scale sculpture, photography, and a monumental wall-based flow chart. On view in Downtown Brooklyn through November 11.
A group exhibition featuring artists who transform non-conventional materials to create visually layered statements.
Taking place at BRIC House between April 26 to April 29, BRIC OPEN presents a series of programming related to the theme of borders.
Bordering the Imaginary investigates the complicated relationship between the Dominican Republic and Haiti — two nations that share a single island.
This group exhibition — curated by Jenny Gerow, Assistant Curator at BRIC —will examine the aesthetics and politics of historical reenactment in contemporary art.
Work of eleven photographers captures life and traditions in various Brooklyn neighborhoods from the 1960s to the present.
The Drum Major Instinct, a performance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s final sermon, sought to evoke that feeling of being in church on a Sunday morning.
Public Access/Open Networks showcases the historical relationships between community-produced media and political action, documenting the potential for social change and creative reimagining through this technology.
An anatomical theater and its dissected murderess are the subjects of a bloody opera on the physical nature of evil.