Exhibition

ELEVATION by ANNE MOURIER

ELEVATION by ANNE MOURIER {0}

OCTOBER 7 – NOVEMBER 4 – EXHIBITION – Anne Mourier’s second solo exhibition at the Invisible Dog Art Center, Elevation, invokes the forces of the feminine reemerging in today’s society.  A pensive procession of pails of water leads from the entrance into the reaches of the gallery.  Three monumental wooden altars display both utilitarian cleaning supplies and […]

WHEELOCK by ABRAHAM McNALLY

WHEELOCK by ABRAHAM McNALLY {0}

September 7 – October 22 – LAST DAYS – EXHIBITION – This exhibition features work Abe made with his father at his childhood home; a Christmas tree farm in Northern Vermont. The single sculpture is made of only two materials: wood and wool. Poplar logs were cut and milled with a chainsaw on the farm’s […]

BERNAR VENET AND DEREK BEAULIEU

BERNAR VENET AND DEREK BEAULIEU {0}

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 – 7pm – Bernar Venet + Derek Beaulieu: Conceptual voices in a digital age – Readings and performances – On the occasion of the release of two major books at Jean Boîte Éditions, this event brings together for the first time two leading conceptual artists. Poetic? Poétique ? Anthologie 1967-2017 (Jean Boîte Éd., 2017) is the […]

AUTHOR by A CANARY TORSI (3/3)

AUTHOR by A CANARY TORSI (3/3) {0}

September 7-17 – INSTALLATION –  The Invisible Dog Art Center is partnering with The Chocolate Factory Theater and Abrons Art Center to premiere a canary torsi’s trilogy, CAST, STAGE, AUTHOR, in New York City this September. The trilogy draws from a collection of audio and video recordings (the project’s “archive”) that interdisciplinary artist Yanira Castro […]

THE BILINGUAL REVOLUTION by FABRICE JAUMONT

THE BILINGUAL REVOLUTION by FABRICE JAUMONT {0}

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 7.30PM – BOOK RELEASE – The Bilingual Revolution tells the story of a grassroots initiative that emerged out of the dedicated involvement of motivated parents, educators, and community actors who share the belief that dual language education is a great public good that should be developed everywhere as it can positively transform a […]

FAD MARKET

FAD MARKET {0}

June 10-11, 24-25, July 15-16, 29-30, August 12-13, 26-27 – 11AM – 6PM – FAD Market is a roving Fashion, Art and Design pop-up marketplace that travels seasonally to unique venues in the vibrant borough of Brooklyn. We aim to create a thoughtfully curated platform for artists, designers and members of the public to meet, interact, and together, […]

THE UNARRIVAL EXPERIMENTS – #1 by NI’JA WHITSON

THE UNARRIVAL EXPERIMENTS – #1 by NI’JA WHITSON {0}

FRIDAY JULY 21, SATURDAY JULY 22 – 8PM – The Unarrival Experiments #1 is the first excerpted embodiment from Ni’Ja Whitson’s forthcoming hybrid book: Time Trickle ‘Cross You (The Hunted), the second in a trilogy of works that (re)imagines non-binarism in Black/Queer histories and mythologies.  The Unarrival series explores the vaporous body: those who refuse to […]

JEANS FROM OLD SHOW by JENNY SEASTONE

JEANS FROM OLD SHOW by JENNY SEASTONE {0}

JULY 8-9, 1-7PM – INSTALLATION / PERFORMANCE – “Jeans from an Old Show” is a sculpture and performance. The sculpture is made from personal objects recycled into paper: jeans, religious materials, children’s books, clothing, bed sheets of relatives, etc. The memories of the items linger in the fibers, but the uses of the objects and […]

PAPERTEAR by KEVIN WALDRON

PAPERTEAR by KEVIN WALDRON {0}

May 2-7 – This exhibition features work Kevin made recently by tearing paper by hand. The pieces here are made to satisfy the artist’s curiosity & interests with the possibility of absorbing aspects into the books he makes. Inspired by interests in music, literature & film the results are bold & colorful & fun artworks […]

REINVENTING MY STRANGENESS by SHANNON FINNEGAN

REINVENTING MY STRANGENESS by SHANNON FINNEGAN {0}

Tuesday, May 2 – Sunday, May 7 – Reinventing my Strangeness as an Art Form that Only I Am the Perfect Practitioner Of is an installation of drawings by Shannon Finnegan for the front window of The Invisible Dog. The drawings are from a recent series addressing Shannon’s experience as a disabled person. This project adds […]