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March 7, 2021
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Invisible Dog Open Studios

By Lisa M. Collins
Invisible Dog


Saturday, March 9, noon to 10 p.m. Sunday, March 10, noon to 5 p.m. Free

Once a year, the Invisible Dog Art Gallery opens its doors to let visitors check out the studios and work of all of its resident artists, many of whom are internationally known and quite successful. It’s a fun event, a really fun show. Kids are invited as artists offer drinks and snacks as they show and sell their work. Don’t miss it!

The Artists of The Invisible Dog

Douglas Adesko, Vanessa Belli, Juan Alfaro, Bina Altera, Julia Cocuzza, Sathya Balakumar, Rachel Barrett, Gabe Benzur, Malcolm Brown, Chong Gon Byun, Dean Dalfonzo, Andre da Loba, Dillon DeWaters, Aaron Freed, Maria Gracia Donoso, Nemo Hoffman, Nancy Hubbard, Oliver Jeffers, Kiya Kim, Anna Levikova, Giles Lyon, Anne Mourier, Joanna Neborsky,  Prune Nourry, Mac Premo, Claudia Paneca, Sarah Palmer, Xavier Roux, Aaron Ruff, Ian Trask & Susan Weinthaler.

This is the fourth season for Invisible Dog, a gallery launched by Parisian Lucien Zayan in the large old warehouse that used to make invisible dog leashes as well as belt buckles and other stuff. It’s a great gallery and hub of international artists and multimedia activity. There’s almost always something fabulous going on at Invisible Dog, and it’s definitely a must-see for anyone living around here.

The gallery opening launched a renaissance of sorts on Bergen Street.


In addition to the open studios, on March 9 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. is the opening for:




Invisible Dog resident artists Aaron Ruff and Oliver Jeffers come together again with this project that involves a fictitious boy and his fascination with battle, with nature’s quest for the domination. Using curiosity and humor as themes, “The Exploded Mind of Mulholland Hwang “ features drawings, paintings, dioramas and other ephemera.


A successful Kickstarter campaign helped fun Invisible Dog’s fourth season.

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