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Booklyn Historical Society Waterfront Exhibition

May 14, 2018 - May 31, 2020
Brooklyn Historical Society DUMBO, 55 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Waterfront is an exhibition and multimedia experience for all ages that brings to life the vibrant history of Brooklyn’s coastline through stories of workers, artists, industries, activists, families, neighborhoods, and ecosystems.

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Little/Big: Summer Group Exhibition

June 7 - July 27
Janet Borden, Inc., 91 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Janet Borden, Inc. is pleased to announce Little/Big, a group show that champions the physicality of the photographic image. Comparing size (literal and figurative), and our perceptions, these images are presented in a new way. Landscape, little town and the big city, the larger than life household object and invented still lifes confront the viewer with a newfound immediacy. Are you seeing this announcement on your mobile device? Are the photographs small? Guess what? Those are images of the photographs,…

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Different Things Around the World

June 14 - August 14
LAND Gallery, 67 Front Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Land Gallery is pleased to present Christine Lewis’s first solo exhibition in New York City, Different Things Around the World. Different Things Around the World is a collection of drawings that depict architecture both real and imagined in foreign and domestic locales. Lewis sources photographs that inspire her, using them as a launching point for her ideas. These sources range from photography books to magazines and local publications. She looks for images that grab her attention, irrespective of locale or source. A picture…

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Silvia_Netzer

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Sylvia Netzer: Virtebrae

June 28 - July 29
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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GALLERY I Virtebrae is an exhibition of new ceramic sculptures by the New York Artist,  Sylvia Netzer. The word Virtebrae refers to a group of  bones that form a spinal column. For the creation of the series that composes her latest exhibition, Netzer revisited a technique and methodology similar to the ones she explored early in her career by taking a singular bio-morphic piece and converting it into a multiple unit that is repeated through the space of the exhibition.

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Flacks of Shine

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Katsura Okada: Shining Flecks II: Forms of Group, Flock and Swarm

June 28 - July 29
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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GALLERY II A.I.R Gallery is pleased to announce Shining Flecks II: Forms of Group, Flock and Swarm, an exhibition of paintings by New York-based artist Katsura Okada. The paintings and paper installations included in the exhibition are part of Okada’s ongoing interest in the representation of abstract organic forms found in nature. The title directs the viewer both to Okada’s process and intention. The powdered golden pigments or flecks deposited on the paper planes perform ideas of the infinite repetition, through…

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TC-1

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Aya Rodriguez-Izumi: TC-1

June 28 - July 29
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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GALLERY III Fellowship artist Aya Rodriguez-Izumi's solo show, TC-1, is a colorful and almost mythical re-telling of the artists ancestral history on the island of Okinawa through work that has been heavily inspired by her family's rich Okinawan and Puerto Rican/Cuban heritage. Large mylar and woodblock creations are accompanied by video and audio works sourced from a 2017 visit to Okinawa, and informed by ceremonies carried out with the family. The multidimensional aspects of her show allows Rodriguez-Izumi to explore familial and…

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FRESH 2018: Summer Exhibition

July 11 - August 4
KLOMPCHING GALLERY, 89 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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We are delighted to announce the 5 exhibiting photographers for our annual summer exhibition, together with the 10 finalists. The photographers selected for the exhibition, are also shortlisted for the Rhonda Wilson Award. EXHIBITORS: Adriene Hughes, Richard Kolker, James Lattanzio, Andy Mattern, Niv Rozenberg. FINALISTS: Mauricio Candela, Tara Cronin, Alice Hargrave, Qiqi Huang, Debbie Lerman, Molly McCall, Deborah Orloff, Laura Parker, Salihah Saadiq, David Wolf.

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The Future Has No Presence

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The future has no presence

July 12 - August 23
Asphodel, 20 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Your interior life is terrifying to American fascists. Words spoken in a language they can’t understand: Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Kurdish. “Sound American.” Abstraction, ideas, art itself: a threat. “My kid could do that.” The truth. “You lie.” Whispered pillow talk. “Alexa is listening.” At the height of a very hot summer, shadows grow ever longer. What remains of the public sphere has been willfully surrendered to electronic wights masquerading as citizens. Discourse is limited to furious invective thumbed on virtual…

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SmackMellon Laugh Back

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Laugh Back

July 14 - August 19
Smack Mellon, 92 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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On January 10, 2017, CODEPINK activist Desiree Fairooz was arrested and later convicted for laughing during Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s Senate confirmation hearing. As Senator Richard Shelby commended Sessions for his record of “treating all Americans equally under the law,” Fairooz let out a quick, sharp cackle before being escorted from the courtroom and arrested for “disorderly and disruptive” behavior. Fairooz’s reflexive outburst is just one scenario conveying the transgressive potential of laughter to threaten authority, as power and control…

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