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ART BROOKLYN Premiers

By Alexandra Glorioso

Pig Milk and Dog Piss. Oil on canvas, 60 " x 40"each,2010 .豬奶掝狗尿_______
Photo Courtesy of Mu Pan (http://www.mupan.com/)

Thurs., March 3, through Sunday, March 6: Verge Art Brooklyn throws a major show of Brooklyn artists, with hopes of presenting the best work by living artists. Art Brooklyn will feature gallery exhibitors, resident DUMBO galleries and Brooklyn Art Now participants for a combined total of over 70 gallery exhibitors at nine locations.

Some 40 artists participated in “Material Issue: Artist’s Projects Spaces,” and 50 more in “Tomorrow Stars: The Art Brooklyn Open Call Exhibition.” Chosen by a panel of jurors, “Tomorrow Stars” represents the brightest and best Brooklyn has to offer, as selected by Courtney Wendroff of the Brooklyn Arts Council, artist and former president of the NYC chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers Stephen Mallon, blogger and art critic Steve Kaplan, and Danny Simmons, chairman of the NYC chapter of the National Conference of Artists.

RESIDENT DUMBO GALLERIES & ART ORGANIZATIONS

111 Front Street Amos Eno Gallery, “On the Road Again,” group exhibition. A.I.R. Gallery, “A.I.R. Gallery 9th Biennial Exhibition, curated by Alexandra Schwartz.” Central Booking, “Measure for Measure,” group exhibition. BAC Gallery, “3 Points Define a Surface,” curated by Marina Press. Giacobetti Paul Gallery, “Passages Remembered”: new paintings by FILIZ emma SOYAK. Klompching Gallery, “Art Fair,” group exhibition. Bose Pacia, “Conundrum,” group exhibition. Dumbo Arts Center, Group Exhibition, “Information Economy.” Janus Stone, “Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology is Indistinguishable From Magic.” Rachel Mason Performance, “Code Flight ,” March 6, time TBA. 68 Jay Street Mighty Tanaka, “Matt Sewell,” live mural demonstration and gallery artists. 67 Front Street LAND/LETC Gallery, “LANDline,” group exhibition. 92 Plymouth Street Smack Mellon, David Henderson,  “A History of Aviation – Part 2”  and Shannon Plumb,  “The Window Series,” “Smack Mellon Spring Open Studios” with artists Nicole Awai, Maria Buyondo, Ivan Monforte, Jeanine Oleson, Kwabena Slaughter, Seth Wulsin and Rona Yefman.

MATERIAL ISSUE: ART BROOKLYN ARTIST’S PROJECT SPACES
55 Washington Street, Fourth Floor, Suites 415 & 416 / 20 Jay Street, Third Floor, Suite 305 and Eighth Floor, Suite 838 Ugur Kunst, Smithtown, NY, Touko Okamura, Tokyo, Japan, David Juter, Brooklyn, NY, Serge Strosberg, New York, NY, Ines Sun, Brooklyn, NY, Chiezo, Yokosuka, Japan, Midori Okuyama, Brooklyn, NY, Javier Jimenez, Rockford, IL, Sarasin Chatwichitkoon, Astoria, NY, Patrick Duffy, Brooklyn, NY, Paul Campbell, Brooklyn, NY, Willy Palanza, Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Treasury, Brooklyn, NY, Dan Wonderly, Brooklyn, NY, Jerold Ehrlich, Saunderstown, RI, Richard Silver, New York, NY, Ilisa Katz Rissman, Brooklyn, NY,Christopher Chambers, Brooklyn, NY, Kirk Bauer, Brooklyn, NY, Bud McNichol, Livingston, NJ,Ivan Goodman, Brooklyn, NY, Jill Ricci, Neptune City, NJ, Kiyoshi Ike, Brooklyn, NY, Sukanya Cherdrungsi, New York, NY, Dwight Baird, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Chin Chih Yang, Queens, NY, Karina Natis and Chloe Cheau, Queens, NY, Erica Stoller, Rye, NY, Sigal de Mayo, Brooklyn, NY, Anna Stein, Paris, France, Judy Baier, Bronx, NY, Michael Stefanovich, Ridgewood, NY, Nomi Lubin, Brooklyn, NY.

TOMORROW STARS: THE ART BROOKLYN ARTIST’S OPEN CALL EXHIBITION
20 Jay Street, Third Floor, Suite 312

Brooklyn Art Fair

www.brooklynartfair.com

Public Hours
Thurs., Fri., & Sat., 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Sun., 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

OPENING NIGHT PARTY
Thurs., Mar. 3, 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.

 

 

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