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Sunny Leerasanthanah: This is as far as I can take you

February 10 - April 14
Smack Mellon, 92 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Smack Mellon presents artist Sunny Leerasanthanah’s first solo exhibition in New York City. This is as far as I can take you is a multi-channel video installation that combines footage taken by the artist during trips to Thailand between 2020 and 2023 alongside home video footage captured by their late father between 1991 and 1998. This exhibition continues Leerasanthanah’s search to embody and translate absence, following their 2021 project Wuthichai (Exit Interview), which featured speculative conversations with their recently deceased father staged for…

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Kinetic Kaleidoscopic Shadows & Paintings

February 12 - March 17
Superfine, 126 Front St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Shadows and paintings by the owners of Superfine on display throughout March for your enjoyment! Featuring works by Dumbo's own CaraLee Sparry and Tanya Rynd. 

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The Dumbo Projection Project: Volume Two

February 13, 8:00 am - March 16, 5:00 pm

The Dumbo Projection Project is a neighborhood-wide video art series projected onto Dumbo's most iconic infrastructure. Volume Two is a delightful reflection on urbanism and what it means to live in a city like New York. Playing off New Yorkers’ well known love of voyeurism, these works are at once chaotic and poetic, presenting the rhythm and patterns of everyday life, delving into questions of anonymity, homemaking, and intersectionality. Featuring: Nicholas Fraser Kyoung eun Kang Josh Klatt Eliana Pérez Tala…

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Sylvia Netzer: Goddesses + Emaciation

February 14 - March 10
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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A.I.R. Gallery is pleased to present Goddesses + Emaciation, an exhibition of new wall-mounted ceramic sculptures by New York Member Sylvia Netzer. This is Netzer’s fourteenth show at A.I.R. Sylvia Netzer is FAT! During a studio visit in 2000, the art critic Suzaan Boettger told her that her girth was what people first noticed about her. Boettgen’s comment inspired Netzer’s 2001 exhibition at A.I.R., FAT SHOW. Though Netzer has since lost over one hundred pounds, issues of body dysmorphia and…

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Billie Elise presents “Kiffy”

February 15 - April 30
Billie Elise NY, 145 Front Street, Shop 12
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Billie Elise NY (145 Front Street, shop 12) presents Paintings and animations by Christian “Kiffy” Williams Billie Elise presents “Kiffy”. Billie Elise offers artists 2-3 month residencies. Each artist has 2-3 shows during their stay On view through April 30, 2024.

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Christoph Niemann: Photo Graphics

February 29 - March 30
Janet Borden, Inc., 91 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Christoph Niemann, the world-famous illustrator, has turned his talents to photography. The exhibition includes hand-drawn additions to photographs, unique photographs, and a stupendous video called "Traffic Pong."

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Tylan Deputy: Legendary Influence

March 1 - March 31
Empire Stores, 55 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Tylan Deputy Jr. is a Brooklyn based artist with a unique and distinctive aesthetic. Since 2019 he has been sharpening his craft as a self-taught artist. His art has been exhibited in renowned art districts such as SoHo, Wynwood and Atlanta Contemporary. Tylan's style of art is a mesh between abstract and structure with a wide range of textures and materials. His goal is to provide a visual interpretation through conceptual esoteric elements that correlate to the subject in some…

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Jackie Meier: Striped Garden

March 2 - March 24
Gallery Gaia, 79 Hudson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Jackie Meier creates geometric organic paintings. Meier uses color transparencies with a central origin to paint pattern within an organic field.

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Xinyi Liu: Scab

March 6 - April 14
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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2023–2024 Fellow Xinyi Liu explores the tactility of wounds and recovery in Scab by creating an installation featuring disposable facial wipes transformed into expansive wall hangings. The metamorphosis of these wipes into a canvas becomes a poignant metaphor, reflecting the transient nature of life in the face of global environmental crisis and the inevitable generation of waste during the pandemic.

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A Matter of Time

March 7 - April 6
Platform Project Space, 20 Jay Street, #319
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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The three artists in this show, curated by Leslie Wayne, stretch the element of time through different photographic and durational processes, documenting the ephemeral aspects of time’s passing and its effect on our material world, while reflecting on the fragility of all life, its inevitable progression toward renewal and its message of hope in times fraught with destruction. Featuring work by: Simone Douglas Joy Episalla Beatrice Pedicone

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Paula Querido: NYSS Residency Show

March 7 - April 28
New York Studio School Projects @ DUMBO, 20 Jay Street, Suite 307
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This show will include works made by the artist Paula Querido while in residency with the New York Studio School

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David van Dartel: This Time Tomorrow

March 7 - April 27
Klompching Gallery, 89 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Klompching Gallery is delighted to present the first exhibition in the United States, of Dutch photographer David van Dartel. The exhibition is presented in collaboration with Elliott Gallery, Amsterdam. This Time Tomorrow brings together a selection of ten color photographs from two of the photographer’s acclaimed projects—On Vlieland and What Once Was—that explore an intimate portrayal of friendship and masculinity. Initially exploring and documenting his close circle of friends on Vlieland, a remote island in the north of The Netherlands,…

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Celebrating the Art of Cuban Women

March 7 - April 20
Cuban Art Space, 20 Jay Street, Suite 301
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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We are proud to present a new exhibit celebrating the vibrant works of contemporary Cuban women artists. Featuring paintings, sculptures, and mixed media pieces from over a dozen Cuban artists, this collection offers a glimpse into the creative visions emerging from this Caribbean nation. Featured artists include Magnolia Betancourt, Jacqueline + Yamilys Brito, Sandra Ceballos, Isabel de las Mercedes, Zaida del Río, Sandra Dooley, Jeny Fernández Ferro, Dania Fleites, Rocío García, Alicia Leal, Marucha, Elsa Mora, Cirenaica Moreira, Ileana Mulet,…

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Eli Craven: Soap Opera

March 7 - April 24
Klompching Gallery, 89 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Klompching Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition of innovative photography by Eli Craven. This will be the photographer’s second exhibition at the Klompching Gallery. For this exhibition, we present artworks from his Soap Opera series, and other recent works. “I work conceptually with photographic images by re-evaluating the physical and psychological potential of the picture through sculptural and digital interventions. The works exist somewhere between the image and object, attempting to connect the representation to some form of reality.”—Eli…

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Creatively Wild Instructor Showcase

March 7, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Creatively Wild, 98 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Teaching artists from the studio present a diverse media of artwork and talents. Featuring: Nick Hill Leysan Nigmatova Mayana Torres Ty Peterson Food and Wine will be served for a social event to meet the artist. All work will be for sale as well as classes from the instructor.

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Yvonne Shortt: Shedding My Toxic Core

March 16 - April 14
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Shedding My Toxic Core is a project of new investigations by New York Member Yvonne Shortt, created in conversation with her daughter, Rebecca West. Shortt’s work explores how scarcity manifests in various sectors like education and art in the forms of competition and exclusivity. Shortt believes that abundance can provide an alternative framework to scarcity, inviting visitors to join her in conversation about sustainability, intentionality, and non-extractive approaches to artmaking.

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Allison Halter: THRESHOLD

March 16 - April 14
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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In THRESHOLD, 2023–2024 Fellow Allison Halter questions what it means to variously be immersed within a landscape, to function as a part of the landscape, and to become a landscape, through a triptych of asynchronously looping videos. An exploration of the erotic desire to meld with the world around us, THRESHOLD asks, “Where are the edges?”

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Dumbo Projection Project Volume III

March 21 - April 20

A neighborhood-wide video art series, projected onto the BQE and bridges of Dumbo. Volume Three is a collection of works that blend real life, animation and hand drawings into surreal  videos that take the viewer on whimsical and unexpected journeys, all ultimately in the pursuit of creating one’s home. ON VIEW: Location 1: The Acorns’ Big Adventure by Nancy Sepe (2007, 10:28 minutes) Location 2: Dress for Today no.9 – The Lazy One by aricoco (Ari Tabei) (2023, 2:55 minutes) Location 2: Animals On the Verge by Jillian McDonald (2022, 10:00 minutes)…

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Tadao Takano: Cybergrams 1982-1988

March 30 - May 18
Higher Pictures Generation, 16 Main Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Higher Pictures presents Cybergrams 1982-1988 by Tadao Takano (1926-2010). This is the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Born in Yakima, Washington, the Japanese-American Takano was interned with his family by the U.S. government during World War II before being drafted in the army. In 1948, Takano enrolled in László Moholy-Nagy’s New Chicago Bauhaus–Institute of Design at IIT in Chicago, where he studied photography with Harry Callahan. Takano received his Bachelor of Arts in Visual Design in 1952, after…

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Ursula Clark and James Howard Collins: Earth/Unearth

April 4 - April 28
Gallery Gaia, 79 Hudson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Gallery Gaia presents "Earth/Unearth", a new show by Ursula Clark and james Howard Collins. The show will consist of a selection of sculptures and works on paper that use both natural and manmade materials.

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Satu Nisu: Nature’s Wonders; Textile Impressions of Finnish Landscape

April 4 - April 27
Loop of the Loom, 197 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Indulge your senses in the enchanting world of textile art with "Nature's Wonders," a captivating exhibition that unveils the intricacies of three distinct realms – Snow, Forest, and Landscape of Puijo in Northern Savonia. Embark on this artistic journey through the Puijo landscape, forest, and snow, and discover a profound connection to nature that transcends the boundaries of the ordinary. "Nature's Tapestry" invites you to marvel at the craftsmanship and creativity that breathe life into these textile masterpieces, celebrating the…

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The Space Between

April 12 - May 11
Platform Project Space, 20 Jay Street, #319
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Curated by Tracy McKenna Featuring Mark Olshansky, Tessa G. O'Brien, Amy Kim Keeler, and Lauren Luloff.

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Prototype 1.0

April 12 - May 20
Springs Projects, 20 Jay Street, Suite 311B
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Curated by Tomas Vu Korakrit Arunanondchai  | Natalie Birinyi | Nathan Catlin |Ernesto Caivano | Isami Ching | William Cordova | Alejandro Contreras | Predrag Dimitrijevic | Rafael Domenech Delphine Fawundu | Megan Foster |  Fab 5 Freddy | Buckminster Fuller | Baris Gokturk | Valerie Hammond | Cate Holt | Michael Joo | Julia Jalowiec | Sonia Kahn | Jon Kessler | Calvin Kim | Fred Liang | Charlene Liu | Nicola López | Raphaela Melsohn | Jeffrey Meris…

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Opening

April 17 - May 15
ZAROLAT, 140 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, 11201 United States
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Introducing ZAROLAT, a new gallery at 140 Plymouth Street. The opening show in the newly renovated space merges a mix of artists, designers, mediums and materials ranging from drawings made with Turkish coffee to highly elevated furniture pieces. Raw and natural elements blend together with machine-made design objects - creating a serene play for our senses.

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Denisse Griselda Reyes: Did you have a hard time finding me?

April 20 - May 19
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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In Did you have a hard time finding me?, 2023–2024 Fellow Denisse Griselda Reyes humorously meditates on questions of self-formation, reparative representation, and archival preservation. Anchoring this exhibition is a short film that juxtaposes the border crossings of Reyes’s grandmother Anita in El Salvador, and the queer dating life of Reyes’s indignant and savvy alter-ego, Griselda. By contrasting Griselda’s exploits with the narrative of their grandmother, Reyes interrogates whether familial, social, and historical processes have the final word on what generates…

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Ann Schaumburger: New Work

April 20 - May 19
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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In New Work, New York Member Ann Schaumburger extends her fifty-year practice of using the structure of the house to explore how colors interact with one another. Inspired by the biography of Henry David Thoreau, the houses in these Flashe on panel paintings are mounted on wheels. “The idea of taking a solid house, attached to the ground, and letting it roll away,” Schaumburger says, “seems both comical and deeply suggestive of our times.”

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Roberta Dorsett: Sleepwalking

April 20, 8:00 am - May 19, 5:00 pm
A.I.R. Gallery, 155 Plymouth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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Sleepwalking is an exhibition of photographs by 2023–2024 Fellow Roberta Dorsett. The work depicts Dorsett’s aunt, her cousin, and Dorsett herself occupying the shared space of a suburban home in Connecticut. Dorsett captures the visceral thrills of slasher and horror films turning the single-family home, once a symbol of milestone achievement, into a surreal site of both safety and terror.

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2024 Creative Climate Awards

April 21 - May 20
Human Impacts Institute Gallery, 38 Washington Street
Brooklyn, NY 11221 United States
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The Human Impacts Institute presents the 2024 Creative Climate Awards: Amplifying Solutions from Communities Most Impacted by Climate Change The Creative Climate Awards (CCA) are an annual series of events that highlight artists crafting climate-inspired public works and actions. Over the past decade, CCA has exhibited climate-inspired artwork from across the globe. This year, out of 517 submissions spanning over 50 countries, over 50 exceptional artists have been selected. Our Creative Climate Awards celebrate artists and culture creators whose work…

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May 25–June 23

A.I.R. Gallery

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Susan Stainman: In The Family of Things

May 25–June 23

A.I.R. Gallery

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Art Ready: Selected Work from the Artist Mentorship Program 2024

May 22–May 26

Smack Mellon

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Megan E Weber-King: What the MUCK; (Muck) Diving in Laha, Ambon

May 2–May 26

Gallery Gaia

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Spring Awakening from Cuba!

May 2–June 20

Cuban Art Space

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Martin Parr: Fashion Faux Parr

April 18–May 31

Janet Borden, Inc.

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Eric Hibit: Color Above the Muntin

April 18–June 13

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