On view at the Brooklyn Public Library from January 11 to April 7, 2019.
Here are our favorite Brooklyn shows of 2018, brought to you by the writers and editors of Hyperallergic.
An exhibition that explores the monolithic state of current technologies in relation to their obsolescence. On view in Downtown Brooklyn through January 20.
The Brooklyn-based independent cultural initiative is presenting its fourth show in New York comprised of works by two renowned Polish painters, Józef Czapski and Teresa Pągowska.
ISCP presents contemporary art by 35 international artists, November 9 and 10.
A solo exhibition by Chia-Wei Hsu that narrates the history of the Malayan tapir and its relationship to colonial power and zoos in Southeast Asia.
Gowanus Open Studios will take place Saturday and Sunday, October 20-21, noon to 6 pm. The weekend event is open and free to the public.
An exhibition of large-scale sculpture, photography, and a monumental wall-based flow chart. On view in Downtown Brooklyn through November 11.
Panel discussion to take place on September 6, 2018, at 6 pm.
Don’t focus on the closings. Three cheers for new galleries!
Before the Brooklyn Paramount undergoes a two-year restoration into a performance space, a concert showed off its 1920s Wurlitzer organ.
Contrast the 19th century to the present day through stereoscopic photographs of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, which opened in 1867 and is celebrating its 150th birthday.