Now that we’ve had almost 24 hours to process everything we saw during this year’s Bushwick Open Studios, some clear favorites have emerged.
Mysticism was a recurring motif in several artists’ studios across Bushwick.
In his studio, an artist stenciled unicorns to disco music, while upstairs a poetry reading was taking place in the same room as a makeshift tattoo parlor.
I was happy to make my way to 16 Harrison Place, where Detroit’s Spread Art has turned an empty lot filled with gravel into a makeshift community space and stage.
Wandering the halls of two buildings on Troutman Street on Saturday during Bushwick Open Studios, I was struck by the large number of artists making outstanding sculptures in a broad range of styles and media.
Inside Jihyun Hong’s compact studio, the artist has sheathed a whole room in metallic silver.
Sometime this morning, a painting went missing from English Kills Art Gallery.
For the second year, an art fair is joining the Bushwick Open Studios happenings. The NEWD Art Show returns with 11 exhibitors to the warehouse space of The 1896.
The weather’s getting hotter — at least it was last weekend — which can only mean one thing: it’s time for Bushwick Open Studios!