Greenpoint Gallery Night returns this for its 13th installment on Friday, April 19, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Local businesses and galleries will extend their hours to open their spaces and display the work of artists to the public; check out the Greenpoint Gallery Night map to plot your route.
Participating locations include:
Areté Venue and Gallery – 67 West St. suite 103
Brouwerij Lane – 78 Greenpoint Ave
Calico Brooklyn – 67 West St. suite 203
Dandelion Wine – 153 Franklin St.
Dusty Rose – 67 West St. suite 216
G-Spot popup @ Brooklyn Safehouse – 120 Franklin St.
Imagic Studio – 937 Manhattan Ave.
Plexus Projects – 198 Greenpoint Ave.
Yashar Gallery – 276 Greenpoint Ave.
A statement from GGN organizers highlights some of the art to be displayed:
“The Universe, How Vast, How Small”, a group exhibition at Areté featuring Caroline Blum, Paula Cahill, Goldie Gross, Jeong Hur, Joe Piscopia and Katrina Slavik, & curated by Fay Ku; recent mixed media works by Upstate-based artist Gail Peachin at Dandelion Wine; G-Spot Presents: “What Time Is It?”, a group show celebrating 4/20 at Brooklyn Safehouse; Calico has new works by featured artist, Steph Becker; Plexus Projects presents “Vitrine”, the first in a series of video projections in its storefront window viewed from the street – curated by artist Laura Splan, the screening will include short videos and animations from both local and international artists; Opening reception at Yashar Gallery for “Crochet Luminaries”, a solo exhibition of recent works by Taryn Urushido inspired by a mix of Japanese lanterns and paper bag luminaries.