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Davina Semo: Reverberation

August 20, 2020 - April 18, 2021
Brooklyn Bridge Park, 334 Furman Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Davina Semo has created five cast bronze bells to be rung by visitors in Brooklyn Bridge Park, recalling the maritime communication once common at this waterfront site. While their percussive function is familiar, the artist has reimagined the traditional bell form as an elongated streamlined sculpture that dangles aloft from a heavy industrial galvanized steel frame.

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Black Lives Matter in Cuba

January 9 - March 27
Cuban Art Space, 20 Jay Street, Suite 301
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Exhibition featuring paintings, prints, drawings, mixed media works and photographs by Cuban artists, and the work of two U.S. photographers Rick Swig and Ella Mazel.

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Supremacy Project

January 18 - April 25
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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Habby Osk: Connectivity

January 29 - March 7
Undercurrent, 70 John Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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A solo exhibition by New York-based Icelandic artist Habby Osk. Grounded in sculpture, her work is an ideal segue from the imbalances of last year finding us a new foothold with the start of a new one.  

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Jack Tworkov: Drawings from the 70s

February 6 - May 1
MINUS SPACE, 16 Main Street, Suite A
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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An exhibition of Jack Tworkov’s (1900–1982) geometric and rule-based works on paper from the 1970s, most never-before-seen, presented in collaboration with Artist Estate Studio and Van Doren Waxter gallery.

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14th A.I.R. Biennial: An A-historical Daydream

February 12 - March 14
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Curated by Jasmine Wahi, An A-historical Daydream investigates the slipperiness of linear time across a variety of both parallel and intersecting histories.This exhibition invites artists to consider the idea of time, history, and future in new and radical ways.

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Victoria Manganiello: Lost Perimeters

February 12 - March 14
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Lost Perimeters, an exhibition by 2019-2020 A.I.R. Fellow Victoria Manganiello, includes a selection of the artist’s recent woven paintings, varying in color and scale and displayed for the first time as a single, overlapping installation. This is Manganiello’s first major solo exhibition in New York City.

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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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Ryan Cosbert: I Am What I Am

March 12 - April 18
Undercurrent, 70 John Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Ryan Cosbert’s New York solo debut, I Am What I Am, features paintings that scaffold experience, symbolism, and the African diaspora to confront trauma, under-/misrepresented histories, and the subjugation of Black communities, forging a socio-political consciousness within abstract painting.

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Justine Kurland: SCUMB Manifesto

March 13 - May 1
Higher Pictures Generation, 16 Main Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Kurland’s Society for Cutting Up Men’s Books is an object-based, tactile imagining of matriarchal paradise. Seeking and picturing freedom, at the core of much of Kurland’s work, is located here in the artistic act itself: Kurland is purging her own cherished library of photography books authored by white men and utilizing these materials to create new photographic collages.

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Katya Grokhovsky: Fantasyland

March 20 - May 2
Smack Mellon, 92 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Grokhovsky presents Fantasyland, a site-specific mixed media installation that explores the rise and fall of a fantastical empire and its uncertain future using a variety of mediums and objects, such as giant plush toys, inflatable beach balls, deconstructed and re-assembled mannequins. The artist underscores American society’s surplus of objects, brutally intoxicating consumerism, and unbridled desire for material possessions that form an ironic, ultimate beacon and capitalist symbol of freedom.

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jc lenochan: Undoing White Mess

March 20 - May 2
Smack Mellon, 92 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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In Undoing White Mess, lenochan employs a process of deconstructing objects and de-circulating institutional relics, posing a series of questions about the acquisition of knowledge. In this body of work, he reconfigures everyday commodities, such as books, furniture, and tools in order to rethink the way that they can be understood, to open up their potential meanings, and to initiate art’s transformative function.

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March 20 - April 24
Janet Borden, Inc., 91 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Featuring artists Garrett Grove, Dawn Kim, and Olivia Reavey.

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