Brooklyn Artist Explores Social Justice, Intersection of Humans, Nature in Bed Stuy Show

Photo via Paul SuePat


The work of Bed Stuy artist Paul Sue-Pat will be on view at a new exhibition.

Opening November 8 at 2AC Space, the Bed Stuy gallery Sue-Pat runs in his former home and studio, “Earth and Sky” is a solo exhibition of work that explores themes of social justice and the intersection of humans and nature. Working across a variety of mediums including painting, design and sculpture, each piece is the result of the artist’s process of finding new materials and textures to use as raw material.

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Photo via Paul Sue-Pat

Operating since at least 2012, the gallery has shown work by Brooklyn artists such as photographer Felice Gee and sculptor and painter Sun Young Seo, among others. Located at 2 Alice Court, the show runs through December 7. There’s an opening reception on Friday, November 8 from 6 to 10 p.m.

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