ART & LIES / FEATURED ARTISTS {0}

“Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring”, an installation by Ryan Frank, portrays a series of figurative sculptures representing one woman’s struggle with how to present her gender and her transformation from femme to butch.  Presented in its NYC debut, is R. Justin Stewart’s “2AM to 2PM”, a 3-D sculptural map of the Minneapolis Bus System. “2AM to […]

RISA SHOUP

RISA SHOUP {2}

Risa Shoup is an Independent Curator and Development Consultant.  She works with a variety artspaces in New York City. Currently she is the Residency Manager of the BRIC House Fireworks Residency Program, a collaborative artists’ residency at BRIC Arts|Media|Bklyn. Recently, she co-curated The Bricoleurs at the BRIC Rotunda Gallery with Christian Fuller, BRIC’s Associate Director […]

ART & LIES

ART & LIES {0}

UNTIL APRIL 14 Curated by Risa Shoup, Art & Lies features a diverse collection of work focusing on issues that have figured prominently in her life: gender, environment, time, alienation and isolation.  Shoup hopes to provoke the audience to consider the creative role of the curator when viewing work that responds to themes that have […]

SPECIES SOIREE

SPECIES SOIREE {0}

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18 8 to 11 pm It’s the one! It’s the only! It’s the SPECIES SOIREE at the Invisible Dog Art Center, a par-tay to raise money for the upcoming premiere of the ECOCIDE PROJECT. Join us for an evening of readings, music, and other performance featuring: Kathleen Miller reading you poems Nick Cregor […]

WHITNEY V. HUNTER

WHITNEY V. HUNTER {0}

Work/space is a community building opportunity for the public and artists of The Invisible Dog.  The artists of  The Invisible Dog represent a broad range of aesthetic sensibilities, and they are the lifeblood of the center.  In meeting the artists and talking to them about their work and their individual processes, I have been enlightened […]

WORK/SPACE

WORK/SPACE {0}

MARCH 5 & 6 The first-time group exhibition, Work/Space, curated by Whitney V. Hunter, will offer the public the unique opportunity to view works of the 30 in-house artists’, as well as visit the studios and witness the creation process.  The public will see a broad range of work being created by these Brooklyn-based artists’ […]

JULIEN GARDAIR {0}

A versatile French artist, Julien Gardair was born in Versailles, 1976. He moved to Brooklyn in 2007, where he currently resides. He works in a variety of media from painting to consuming site-specific installations. His work has been shown frequently in galleries and museums since 1996 in France, Belgium, and the US. Last summer, he […]

CAMERA LOCUS 2

CAMERA LOCUS 2 {0}

MARCH 5 – APRIL 3 extended until APRIL 24 Since January Julien Gardair has delved into the Invisible Dog’s history, building and vestiges, searching for visual experiences and artifacts. From his exploration of the converted belt factory, the artist will create a site-specific video installation on view in March in the basement. Redrawn by light and shadows […]

IAN TRASK FAREWELL SHOW

IAN TRASK FAREWELL SHOW {0}

SATURDAY JANUARY 29 1 – 7 pm As most of you already know, for the last year Ian Trask has been the artist-in-residence at the Invisible Dog.  Sadly, as all good things must come to an end, this will be his last week in residence.  This Saturday, January 29th, the artist will be hosting a […]

INVENGENUITY FESTIVAL

INVENGENUITY FESTIVAL {0}

BEAM CAMP JANUARY 22 – 23 The weekend will be jam-packed with a tremendous range of activities led by the imaginative and resourceful artists, engineers and big thinkers. For the weekend’s ongoing big Project, kids will explore the artful science of perpetual motion with Kinetic Artist Joseph Herscher as they construct one of Herscher’s gravity-defying Rube Goldberg […]