TONIGHT from 7:00pm to 11:00pm
at The Living Gallery, 1094 Broadway, Bushwick
Each month The Living Gallery will select one artist for
a one night pop-up solo exhibition/gallery transformation!
To submit work email email@example.com
The Living Gallery BK presents
Dylan J Clarke: Division of Space
Featuring a performance by
KEN South ROCK
Artist Statement: Hello. My name is Dylan J Clarke. For the past 5 years I have been exploring the division of space and how it is effected by color. Please join me and Ken South Rock in my first solo show as I transform The Living Gallery into an experience of geometric psychedelia and music.
Reception: January 26, 2014 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: 56 Bogart Street Brooklyn NY 11206
Gallery Hours: Thursday through Sunday from 1:00pm to 6:00pm or by appointment
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org || (718) 852-4396
STUDIO10 is pleased to announce David Henderson and Douglas Henderson in discussion.
This event in association with the exhibition “The Sea Is A Big Green Lens”.
Exhibition Dates: December 13, 2013 through February 2, 2014
Location: The Parlour Bushwick, 791 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11221
Exhibition Dates: January 25 through March 9, 2014
Opening Reception: January 25, 2014 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Gallery Hours: Sunday from 12:00pm to 6:00pm and By Appointment
Contact: email@example.com or (718) 360-3218 / (718)360-6973
Text from their website:
The Parlour Bushwick is pleased to present “Show #9”. The opening reception will take place Saturday, January 25 from 6 – 9pm. The Parlour Bushwick is located at 791 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11221. The exhibition will run until Sunday, March 9, 2014. The gallery is open Sunday from 12 pm – 6 pm and by appointment.
The work in show # 9 exudes a minimal aesthetic. Simplicity rather than decoration guarantees the essentialness of the piece. The work speaks to you thoughtfully as if carefully controlled. That is not to say that chance does not play a role in their process. In fact, all the artists’ experiment with the materials they work with whether it is a printer, a form or a surface. The decisions made during their process, calculated or random have an introspective quality.
Andrea Monti’s polaroids are a result of playing with different techniques, including multiple-exposure, long exposure, interference, addition of filters, as well as straightforward shots documenting his life. The accumulation of these images creates a sensory experience that describes a quiet and pensive solitude. On the other hand, much of his work can be playful. His piece entitled “The Most Useless Machine Ever” not only is a study in futility but is also a documentation of what has become a universal pastime – obsessively watching seemingly ridiculous and random subjects on the Internet. Combining YouTube videos of other peoples’ obsession with building and then displaying machines that immediately shut themselves off is a meditation in the act of nonsense and displays a sense of mischief.
Stacy Scibelli’s work is a contemplation on form. Intuitive and conceptual, her pieces are made to look like clothing but are impossible to wear. They call to mind minimalist art and fashion while denying the functionality of the clothing adding an element of frustration and suprise.
MaryKate Maher makes terrestrial-like objects that are based on notions of how to manipulate and control nature. The perilous arrangement of rocks in “Cairn,” convey a metaphorical unease. You don’t expect the rocks to fall nor the paper bag that supports it. The piece stands as its own entity, free from the laws of gravity. It is the restrained elegance and careful placement of parts that draw associations and mood while defying a narrative.
Stacy Scibelli – Lotus, Cotton Wall Sculpture
Mary Kate Maher – Plank, Mixed Media
Andrea Monti – Lamps, polaroid
Images courtesy of The Parlour Bushwick.
Location: VUU Studio, 56 Bogart St, 1st Fl., Brooklyn, New York
Event Date/Hours: January 24, 2014 from 6pm to 9pm (Signing 7pm to 8pm)
Text and image(s) courtesy of VUU Studio:
VUU is pleased to present their first monograph, Native Son by Joe Leavenworth, a series of photographs made between 2009-2012 while crisscrossing the Southeastern United States. Please join us for the book release and signing!
TONIGHT from 6:00pm to 7:00pm
at The Living Gallery
An open level vinyasa class.
Through a flowing sequence we will use yoga as a moving meditation,
creating space in the body and mind.
With live music by Mark Demolar (of Woodsman).
All experience levels welcome.
Now taking place during the hours of our previous Drawing 101 course
from 4-6pm at The Living Gallery!
Learn core basics of building shapes, images, characters, composing scenery,
book illustrations, cartoons, comics, editorials and more!
Each week we’ll introduce, discuss and practice different forms of illustration.
*Postings will be listed about a week prior to announce lesson plan*
Donation based (Suggested donation $15)
We have some basic materials, but please feel free to bring your own!
Help us keep the creative mind alive and join us for a lesson in the arts with this drawing class!
Hope to see you all there!
Instructed by Jennie Penny http://www.jenniepenny.com/
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
DRINK & DRAW from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
We provide a model, drinks and drawing materials: pencils, charcoal and paper
(feel free to bring your own supplies if you like!)
If you would like to perform or model email us
Join us Tuesday nights at Brooklyn’s sacred space for independent artistic expression.
TONIGHT at 7:00pm at The Living Gallery
This yoga class is open to all levels, there is no experience required. With calming breathing practices, and a dynamic vinyasa flow the sequence ranges from moderate to intermediate. All classes end with a short meditation practice.