Artist Paul Sue-Pat's solo exhibition 'Earth and Sky' fuses painting, design and sculpture.
Founded in 2005, the art space, currently located at 67 Front Street, recently posted a sign on the front door that says they are leaving the neighborhood.
The gallery will be called Project Genesis, and will also hold events, music performances and film screenings.
Artists are often seen as the first wave of gentrification in a neighborhood, but they can also use their creative power to bring attention to the issues in their communities.
Rotterdam design studio Atelier Van Lieshout’s “The CryptoFuturist and The New Tribal Labyrinth” is a large-scale installation that references factories and the industrial revolution.
The third edition of the exhibition, which opened on February 7, aims to "shine a light" on the borough through the work of artists who are based in parts of Park Slope, Gowanus, Sunset Park and Bay Ridge.
“Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving,” the largest U.S. exhibition in a decade devoted to the influential Mexican painter, will open on February 8.
Did you know that in the early days of animated features Brooklyn was the home to some top figures in the animation world?
Nonprofit dance and youth development center Dancewave is embarking on an extensive renovation that will result in a new community arts and culture center at its current address at 182 4th Avenue in Gowanus, just blocks from Barclays Center.