Greenpoint Gallery Night is back! From 6-9pm this Friday (October 27), local art galleries and art-friendly spaces will open up their doors for a special evening affair. Participating spaces include: Greenpoint Hill (100 Freeman St), The Yard (33 Nassau Ave), Yashar Gallery (276 Greenpoint Ave), Auxiliary Projects (212R Norman Ave), Owen James Gallery (61 Greenpoint Ave Ste 315), Calico (67 West St #203), Booklyn (37 Greenpoint Ave. 4th Floor Ste E4G), Clay Space 1205 (1205 Manhattan Ave, Ste 241), Point Green (260 Java St), G-Spot @ The Safehouse (120 Franklin St), and more tba!
Commemorative Plates, Embroidery, A Pop-Up Thrift Store Installation, & Phantasmagoria—Your Weekend In Art: 9/8-9/10
This weekend kicks off our local autumn art season. In addition to the Brooklyn Clay Tour providing an array of ceramics-related events (check their calendar for a full listing), art opening receptions of all mediums abound—stay in the ‘hood for sculpture, embroidery, immersive installations, surreal sculptures, and paintings that suspend disbelief.
As part of the Brooklyn Clay Tour, Calico presents a pop-up exhibit of commemorative plates, in conjunction with art collective FPOAFM Studios. “PLATE PARTY will feature over 20 artists whom have chosen their favorite artist or inspirational figure to commemorate on a porcelain plate. Images have been drawn, collaged, painted, illustrated, or etched, then permanently transferred onto a plate through a ceramic decal process or laser etching process.” Continue reading
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.