nyc art scene

a carefully curated calendar & cumulative catalog of new york city's most interesting art exhibitions and events. hand picked by Arthur Seen & Team

Just Opened “Cut Up”artists: Myles Bennett, Susan Bricker, Andrea Burgay, Steven Charles, Paul D’Agostino, Jackie Hoving, Ken Kocses, Elissa Levy, Gelah Penn, Casey Ruble, and Mary SchiliroStorefront Bushwick, 16 Wilson St., Brooklyn, NY11 artists who shred, chop, clip, paste, and otherwise reconfigure a variety of materials to make collages, sculptures, and paintings. Their practice is protean and energetic, and the results are surprising, humorous, and poignant. The show aims to showcase a broad range of “attacks” on the art object, its surface, and its content. The fractured nature of identity is a subtext. Things are not what they seem. - thru Aug 5

Just Opened

Cut Up
artists: Myles Bennett, Susan Bricker, Andrea Burgay, Steven Charles, Paul D’Agostino, Jackie Hoving, Ken Kocses, Elissa Levy, Gelah Penn, Casey Ruble, and Mary Schiliro

Storefront Bushwick, 16 Wilson St., Brooklyn, NY

11 artists who shred, chop, clip, paste, and otherwise reconfigure a variety of materials to make collages, sculptures, and paintings. Their practice is protean and energetic, and the results are surprising, humorous, and poignant. The show aims to showcase a broad range of “attacks” on the art object, its surface, and its content. The fractured nature of identity is a subtext. Things are not what they seem. - thru Aug 5

 
Today Noon - Midnight:
"48 HRS." Organized by Julie Torres
Camel Art Space: 722 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11211, 2nd Floor(L train to Graham Avenue, G to Metropolitan)
48 HRS is a celebration and exploration of art-making and socializing in Brooklyn. It is a 48-Hour residency that will culminate in a site-specific group show.
Artists will meet at Camel Art Space for a marathon art-making session, sleep over in the space and exhibit their work the next day. The entire event will take place over a 48-Hour period.
The show will be open to the public for one day only..Artists will be present at the opening to discuss their work and the process. Photo and video documentation of the art-making event will also be exhibited.
Artists Include: Paul  Behnke, Brian Bustos, Lauren Collings, Julie Curtiss, Rebecca Goyette,  Katarina Hybenova, Warren King, Ken Kocses, Geddes Levenson, Rebecca  Litt, Chris McGee, Joey Parlett, Jamie Powell, Babette Rittenberg, Julie  Torres

 

Today Noon - Midnight:

"48 HRS." Organized by Julie Torres

Camel Art Space: 722 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11211, 2nd Floor
(L train to Graham Avenue, G to Metropolitan)

48 HRS is a celebration and exploration of art-making and socializing in Brooklyn. It is a 48-Hour residency that will culminate in a site-specific group show.

Artists will meet at Camel Art Space for a marathon art-making session, sleep over in the space and exhibit their work the next day. The entire event will take place over a 48-Hour period.

The show will be open to the public for one day only..
Artists will be present at the opening to discuss their work and the process. Photo and video documentation of the art-making event will also be exhibited.

Artists Include: Paul Behnke, Brian Bustos, Lauren Collings, Julie Curtiss, Rebecca Goyette, Katarina Hybenova, Warren King, Ken Kocses, Geddes Levenson, Rebecca Litt, Chris McGee, Joey Parlett, Jamie Powell, Babette Rittenberg, Julie Torres