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Thursday, March 23

  • Brooklyn Galleries

  • STUDIO10

    56 Bogart Street, 1st Floor  / +17188524396 / studio10bogart.com
    Thu - Sun 1pm to 6pm

    Studio10 is an exhibition space in Bushwick Brooklyn focusing on the work of established and emerging artists in various disciplines.

    Susan Silas the self-portrait sessions, 2016(8 from a suite of 8 images)

    Mar 17 - Apr 9, 2017

  • Theodore:Art

    56 Bogart Street  / +12129664324 / theodoreart.com
    Fri - Sun 1pm to 6pm

    Scooter LaForge Everything Is Going to Be OK

    Mar 25 - Apr 30, 2017 Reception: Sat Mar 25 6pm - 10pm

    with special guest artists
    Faye Scott-Farrington
    Madly MADE jewelry
    Jorge Clar

    Styling by Gazelle

  • This Friday or Next Friday

    89 Bridge Street, 2nd floor  / +16468478363 / www.thisfridayornextfriday.com
    By appointment only

    Possibly the tiniest, most inconsequential gallery in NYC, maybe on the face of the earth, presents monthly shows with not-to-miss openings.

    Amie Cunat Curtains

    Mar 17 - Apr 7, 2017

  • Tiger Strikes Asteroid | New York

    1329 Willoughby Avenue, #2A  / +13477468041 / newyork.tigerstrikesasteroid.com
    Sat - Sun 1pm to 6pm

    x ≈ y: An Act of Translation

    Feb 17 - Mar 26, 2017

    The show posits the artist as translator, intermediary and interpreter of phenomena.

  • Transmitter

    1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A  / +19178813576 / transmitter.nyc
    Sat - Sun 1pm to 6pm

    Justin Amrhein, Colette Robbins Remainders

    Feb 17 - Mar 26, 2017

    Mythological totems, meticulous drawings of mechanical objects, and graphite drawings coalesce as interpretations of psychological realities

  • Underdonk

    1329 Willoughby Ave #211 / underdonk.com
    Sat - Sun 1pm to 6pm

    Underdonk is an artist run collective dedicated to showcasing emerging and established artists.

    Daniel Dennett Haptic Whittles

    Feb 11 - Mar 26, 2017

  • UrbanGlass

    647 Fulton Street  / +17186253685 / urbanglass.org
    Tue - Fri 12pm to 7pm, Sat 11am to 7pm, Sun 11am to 6pm

    Nicole Antebi, Gerard Barbot, Alex Branch, Yael Eban, David Horvitz, Nat Dead Horse Bay: The Glass Graveyard of Brooklyn

    Feb 1 - Apr 1, 2017

    Dead Horse Bay offers a chance to examine reuse of glass and how the material is an unexpected muse.

  • VICTORI + MO

    56 Bogart Street  / +19739781447 / www.victorimo.com
    Thu - Sun 1pm to 6pm

    Samuel Stabler Realizations

    Mar 24 - Apr 23, 2017 Reception: Fri Mar 24 6pm - 9pm

    Victori + Mo is pleased to announce Realizations, an exhibition of new work from Atlanta-based artist Samuel Stabler.

  • Brooklyn Museums

  • Brooklyn Museum

    200 Eastern Parkway  / +17186385000 / brooklynmuseum.org
    Wed 11am to 6pm, Thu 11am to 10pm, Fri - Sun 11am to 6pm

    various Year of Yes Exhibitions

    Oct 21, 2016 - Oct 20, 2017

    Ten exhibitions and an expansive calendar of programs begins in October 2016, to mark the 10th anniversary of the Elizabeth A.Sackler Center

  • International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)

    1040 Metropolitan Avenue  / +17183872900 / iscp-nyc.org
    Wed - Fri 12pm to 6pm

    Fran Ilich Offsite Project- Fran Ilich: Aridoamérica Winter Plan

    Dec 9, 2016 - Mar 30, 2017

    Location: El Museo de Los Sures, 120 South 1st Street, Brooklyn, NY

    Artist Talk & Reception: Thursday, February 2, 6–8pm

  • Brooklyn Art fairs

  • 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair | New York

    159 Pioneer Street, Pioneer Works  / +17185963001 / 1-54.com/new-york

    1:54 New York will showcase the diversity of contemporary African art and cultural production on an international stage.

    1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair New York

    May 5 - 7, 2017

  • Brooklyn Special events

  • BRIC Biennial

    647 Fulton Street, Gallery at BRIC House  / +17186835600 / www.bricartsmedia.org/art-exhibitions/bric-biennial volume-ii-bed-stuycrown-heights-edition

    The BRIC Biennial highlights the significance of Brooklyn as the place where New York artists create work and develop their careers