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Supremacy Project

January 18 - May 31
St. Anne’s Warehouse, 45 Water Street
Brooklyn, 11201 United States
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Julian Alexander & Khadijat Oseni’s Supremacy Project is now on view on the exterior walls of St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The installation includes two exhibitions:Michael T. Boyd’s Lost Ones. Culture Found.,which reexamines the legacy of widely known victims of police brutality and hate crimes; and Julian Alexander and photographer Steven “Sweatpants” Irby’s Supremacy: Who Protects Me From You?, which illuminates the systemic inequities at the core of our government.

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Krista Svalbonas: What Remains

January 28 - May 13
KLOMPCHING GALLERY, 89 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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What Remains is a newly-released series of artworks by Krista Svalbonas. In this new series, the artist continues her examination of the impact of architecture on human psychology, especially as it relates to ideas of home and dislocation.

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Richard Tuschman: My Childhood Reassembled

February 18 - May 13
KLOMPCHING GALLERY, 89 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Four years in the making, My Childhood Reassembled explores the artist’s childhood in the American suburban Midwest of the early 1960s. Tuschman continues to develop a strong visual  oeuvre—working with a combination of miniature dioramas and digital collaging of live models—in the staging of complex narratives.

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Tracking

March 20 - May 23
Janet Borden, Inc., 91 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Photography is inherently a medium of looking. The three artists here, Garrett Grove, Dawn Kim, and Olivia Reavey present works that are strange and inviting.

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Photos, Interrupted

April 21 - June 12
KLOMPCHING GALLERY, 89 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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The exhibition Photos, Interrupted brings together a group of contemporary photographs that demonstrate direct intervention by the artist through methods such as crumpling, collaging, cutting, weaving, painting, stitching, and scratching.

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Meghan Cox: Hours and Hours

April 23 - May 30
Undercurrent, 70 John Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Meghan Cox’s first New York solo exhibition, Hours and Hours, comprises 23 small, elegant oil paintings. The work was created during 2020 to early 2021, in Cox’s meticulous representational style. As the exhibition title suggests, the work is about time and space; in this case perhaps about the complex investment of time in the process of creating a pictorial illusion.

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Lizania Cruz: In Search of Motives

April 23 - May 23
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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“In Search of Motives” is the first chapter of 2020-2021 A.I.R. Fellow Lizania Cruz’s new body of work, titled “Investigation of the Dominican Racial Imaginary.” Cruz examines national and personal archives alongside individual testimonies gathered from the public in order to uncover evidence of the role that historical narrative has played in repressing African heritage within the Dominican Republic. “In Search of Motives” marks Cruz’s first solo exhibition in New York City.

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Aika Akhmetova: Traditionally Unnurturing Nurture

April 23 - May 23
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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“Traditionally Unnurturing Nurture” is a solo exhibition by 2020-2021 A.I.R. Fellow Aika Akhmetova. The exhibition troubles our understanding of home as a site of safety and comfort by situating the viewer within an interior in which everything functional is made dysfunctional and every surface rejects and distorts the body.

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Susan Stainman: That Moon Language

April 23 - May 23
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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“That Moon Language” is an exhibition of new work by Susan Stainman. Her third solo exhibition with the gallery, “That Moon Language” is a multi-sensorial, participatory exhibition of wearable fabric sculptures and canopy-like sound installations that explore ideas of connection and interdependence.

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Patrick Neal: Winter Was Hard, still/lives from lockdown

April 24 - May 22
Platform Project Space, 20 Jay Street, #319
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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For the run of the show, Platform Project Space will be open Saturdays by appointment from 12–6 PM.

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Emi Winter: Afternoon Formations

May 8 - July 31
MINUS SPACE, 16 Main Street, Suite A
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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The South Orange, New Jersey-based artist’s first solo show at the gallery featuring a new suite of conceptual, figurative paintings produced during the past year and a half

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At-Home Heroes: An Homage to Parenting Through a Pandemic in NYC

May 9 - June 20
Photoville, 16 Main Street, Suite B
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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To honor the extraordinary efforts of those raising human beings through a pandemic, the DUMBO Improvement District, in partnership with Photoville, presents At-Home Heroes: An Homage to Parenting Through a Pandemic in NYC. Over 150 images from New Yorkers from 40 neighborhoods across all five boroughs were selected for the community-sourced photo exhibit featuring caregivers in action. The exhibit will be projected onto the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage (on the DUMBO side) from Mother’s Day through Father’s Day. The best place…

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Amelia Carley: Glass Bottle Beach

May 13 - June 30
Main Window, One Main Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Carley constructs visual representations of artificial land, studies of an invented place. Starting as an investigation of her childhood memories traveling through isolated landscapes in the American southwest, these works evolved into a contemplation of the future. The work has become an exploration of the implications of an anthropogenic ecosphere through the construction and study of an amalgamated world.

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The Photoville FENCE

May 16 - June 20
Photoville, 16 Main Street, Suite B
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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The Photoville FENCE is a year-round public photography project exhibited in major parks and downtowns across North America, including its hometown of DUMBO and Brooklyn Bridge Park. The Photoville FENCE spotlights a wide range of photographic and lens-based stories. By exploring the universal themes of People, Streets, Play, Creatures, Home, Food, and Nature, the exhibition elevates our understanding of the world-at-large and issues close to home.

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