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Friday, June 10: Emergence: New Works by KC Tidemand

on Mon, 06/06/2016 - 14:21

Emergence: New Works by KC Tidemand

Curated by Jung Hee Mun

Emergence: New Works by KC Tidemand is an exhibition referencing the modern limbo we face in the technological tundra. It is composed solely of two-dimensional works center around the traditional subject of the landscape. Flourishing future cities and machinery are depicted within desolate environments. With the artist's background in installation, these flat landscapes verge on the three-dimensional by virtue of how they are installed in the space.

Saturday, May 21: Dissilience Brooklyn - An All Women Artshow

on Wed, 04/06/2016 - 18:19

dissilience: noun 1. the emergence of seeds as seed pods burst open when they are ripe...

We are Dissilience. Smaller and larger fragments making up a greater whole. We are procreating a future for woman hood. Where do you fit into this whole? Celebrating woman in the arts through mixed media, music and dance.  


Dissilience was born in Los Angeles when a group of women artists collaborated to curate an all women's artshow. With the success of Dissilience & Dissilience 2, the show moved to other cities like Dissilience San Francisco and Dissilience Oakland.

Thursday, April 28: A Klein(d) of Blue

on Thu, 03/31/2016 - 18:14

A Klein(d) of Blue Opening

Emma Backer invites you to her opening on Thursday, April 28th from 7 - 9pm showcasing photographs created in tribute to Yves Klein and his color blue.  

On May 19, 1960, The French Patent Office issued Patent Number 63471 to Yves Klein for his invention of a new paint mixing technique. This patent inadvertently led to the invention of International Klein Blue (IKB) a color that Yves Klein built his career around and artists and brands have referred back to ever since.

Weds and Thurs, April 20-21: Thinking With Our Hands

on Wed, 03/30/2016 - 11:58


Opening April 20th from 6:30-9:30PM

Closing April 21st from 6-8:30PM

Artists include:

Daniel Allegrucci, Fiorella Gonzales-Vigil, Hovey Brock, Jacob Williams, Simone Couto, Quinn Dukes, Katherine Verdickt, Alexandra Hammond, Chang Shen Tan, Brandi Marti, Christybomb, Seirin Nagano, Donna Cleary

Thinking With Our Hands

 The decoupling of craft and art has been in process since the Industrial Revolution, yet skill and craftsmanship remain common terms connoting cultural and economic value.

Saturday, April 16: Plantopia

on Wed, 03/30/2016 - 11:52


Ava & Teo (Avrora and Teodora Choolfaian) invite you to their art exhibit reception at Rabbithole Studios in Dumbo, Brooklyn on April 16th from 3pm to 9pm.

The presented paintings and installation explore my relationships with my two daughters, plants and food and offer thoughts on slavery. After becoming a mother, it became impossible to create without the direct involvement of my now 4 year old daughter. There wasn't a single thing that I created that wasn't in some way altered or affected by her. 

I recently delved into the subject of sugar and in general plants that feed us.