The BRIC Biennial highlights the significance of Brooklyn as the place where New York artists create work and develop their careers.
In a musical and dance performance, a multilingual cast explores the polyphony of Brooklyn through language and movement.
Materials Cultures is a group exhibition featuring the work of eight contemporary visual artists who engage with and respond to essential elements of textile arts: weaving, pattern, draping, embellishing, and wearing.
On Saturday night, some 6,000 people gathered on the Prospect Park Bandshell’s grassy knoll and waited to be beamed up into space.
What does it mean to be “in heaven” in our moment in time?
When I was in graduate school, one of the ideas favored by feminist and queer scholars and students of continental philosophy was the notion of “becoming,” as conveyed by Gilles Deleuze.
BRIC, a nonprofit arts and media organization located in Downtown Brooklyn, is gearing up for a busy summer full of innovative programming. BRIC will present Look up here, I’m in heaven, a group exhibition of four artists highlighting the use of unconventional portraiture to question how identity is constructed.
Beat Nite Downtown will be held on Friday, February 26, 6–8pm and is presented in collaboration with BRIC. All participating spaces will be open 6–8pm.
Examples of this trend can be seen at several major New York art institutions. Three in particular are exemplary: BRIC, Queens Museum, and the Whitney Museum.
In this mesmerizing world premiere, the artist Clifford Ross teams up with NYC-based chamber ensemble Orchestra of St. Luke’s to bring a massive, site-specific, multiscreen installation with a varied and transportive suite of live music to BRIC’s Celebrate Brooklyn! festival in Prospect Park on July 30.
Brooklyn has long touted its status as the unofficial fourth largest city in the United States, if not for the so-called “great mistake of 1898” — the consolidation of New York City.
“This exhibition series intends to demonstrate the rich wealth of talent to be found throughout Brooklyn.” This is the mission statement of the BRIC Biennial, which recently launched the first edition of the series in its new home in Fort Greene.