Green has attained something that few artists accomplish in their lifetime: he reinvented himself.
Zeller is a cartographer of alien surfaces — recording something between skin and machine, reptile and vegetation, thermal imaging and imaginary highways.
Tom Burckhardt’s “STUDIO FLOOD” is a tour de force artwork with a willfully scruffy, DIY look.
The centerpiece of John Stoney’s exhibition at Pierogi is a series of precious gem and mineral displays drained of their natural colors and rendered in shades of gray.
Elliott Green has channeled the landscape paintings of the early Northern Song dynasty along with the fantastical landscapes of the Sienese painter Ambrogio Lorenzetti.
A red light blinking from a gilded security camera greets visitors to Seven’s surveillance-themed Anonymity, no longer an option.
Between the proliferation of galleries in Bushwick and, to a lesser extent, Greenpoint, the small cadre of Dumbo galleries sticking it out, longtime heavyweights including the Brooklyn Museum and BRIC mounting ambitious shows, and Creative Time parachuting Kara Walker’s sugar sphinx into the Domino Sugar Factory, it’s been an exceptionally strong year for art in Brooklyn.
A mountain of typography and a two-story installation of ripped fabric are on view at Pierogi Gallery’s the Boiler as part of Terra Infirma, a duo exhibition featuring Linda Herritt and Elana Herzog.
Using the breaking and reformation of a thousand vinyl records, artists Kevin Cooley and Phillip Andrew Lewis interpret the creation of the cosmos. The relics of the process and the final cacophonous product are on view at Pierogi gallery in Williamsburg.
Two artists are engaging in a durational experiment in tandem compact living in Pierogi gallery’s the Boiler in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a neighborhood where plenty of viewers have probably experienced the complications of life in small unstable spaces.
This Friday, January 14, Williamsburg art galleries will be open late for art lovers and fans to crawl through the bodacious borough of Brooklyn’s hipster-est neighborhood on earth. Dozens of art galleries and spaces will be open from 6-8pm to ensure that you can wander around and discover new talent and art from some familiar faces.