Dusty Rose Vintage donated 400 lbs of clothing to artist Noah Scalin, Helen Keller. Photo via @dustyrosevintage Instagram

This weekend, Manhattan was bombarded with contemporary art: in addition to The Armory Show, we had SCOPE, Volta, Spring/Break, Art on Paper, and NADA (and probably others I’ve forgotten). Greenpointers staff were able to attend most of them, and we wanted to give a shoutout to our local artists and galleries who participated! You all are awesome.

Here’s the lowdown:

  • Local vintage shop Dusty Rose Vintage (251 Greenpoint Ave.) collaborated with Noah Scalin at Spring/Break to create a large fabric portrait of Helen Keller.

Tamara Santibanez, “Thinking about everything, but then again, I was thinking about nothing” with Castor Gallery at Spring/Break, via @tamarasantibanez Instagram
Owen James Gallery at Art on Paper. Photo: Julia Moak
Amanda Browder, In Search Of : Chromatic Hi-Five! at Spring/Break. Via @browdertown Instagram
Kristen Schiele at Spring/Break, via @kristenschiele Instagram
  • Kristen Schiele, who has a studio in Greenpoint was in “The Self on the Shelf,” curated by Rob de Oude at Spring/Break Art Show.
Kathleen Vance, at VOLTA. Via @rockelmann_and Instagram
  • Kathleen Vance, who ran the Front Room in Williamsburg for many years until it closed last month, had a stellar exhibit at VOLTA with Rockelmann & (a Berlin gallery).
“The Pursuit Of It”, curated by Nicole Grammatico and Christina Papanicoladu. Via @ngrammatico Instagram
John Hanning
Lisa Levy & Paul Gagner’s “Take Us Lying Down” at Spring/Break 2017. Via @paulgagner Instagram
  • Paul D’Agostino curated a room with artists Lisa Levy and Paul Gagner.

    Future Past News, by Andrea Wolf Yadlin, via @andreawolf Instagram

  • Greenpoint-based artist Andrea Wolf Yadlin showed Future Past News, a collaborative project with Karolina Ziulkoski that used augmented reality to replace imagery on TV screens. In one example, Stalin on TV became Putin when you held your phone up to it.

Additional reporting by Colleen Blackard.

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