DUSTAN LOUQUE

DUSTAN LOUQUE {0}

TUESDAY DECEMBER 16 – 8PM – MUSIC – Dustan Paul Louque, also known as Louque, is an American singer/songwriter and often called Zelig’s musical son. He describes his sound as somewhere between Mod & Rocker. During his childhood years growing up in Grande Pointe, Louisiana, he heard an old speech on the radio by Huey […]

INVISIBLE DOG BENEFIT DINNER

INVISIBLE DOG BENEFIT DINNER {0}

FRIDAY DECEMBER 12 – 7-10PM – FIRST EVER INVISIBLE DOG BENEFIT DINNER – The Invisible Dog has always been a place where community thrives. In honor of the spirit of camaraderie that pervades our beloved art center, we are mastering a new art form at the Invisible Dog: the art of conversation. We hope you […]

CATCH 65

CATCH 65 {0}

SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 – 8PM – PERFORMANCE – CATCH is a hydra-headed, multi-disciplinary, rough and ready series of performance events that whirls through Brooklyn every month or two.  For over ten years Catch has given stage to emerging artists and downtown luminaries, pouring equal portions of community, love, and beer.  CATCH is curated with delicate […]

BREATH SONG

BREATH SONG {0}

MONDAY DECEMBER 8 – 8PM- MUSIC – US PREMIERE – Following performances in Munich and Ankara, “breath, song” offers a captivating evening of mesmerizing vocals, electronic loops and sensuous Japanese bamboo flute, united as breath becomes song. Featuring the Turkish multi-faceted vocalist Nihan Devecioglu and performer/composer Jeffrey Lependorf playing shakuhachi, the performance moves between improvisation […]

WOLVES IN THE WALL – SAYEH SARFARAZ

WOLVES IN THE WALL – SAYEH SARFARAZ {0}

SEPTEMBER 13 – NOVEMBER 15 – EXHIBITION -Wolves in the Wall presents two installations by Iranian-born Canadian artist Sayeh Sarfaraz. This exhibition was conceived specifically for the ground floor space at The Invisible Dog Art Center. It is curated by Claire Moeder The artist erects concrete walls and dividers on which appear mullahs, soldiers, and […]

APOPHANY – CARMEN OSTERLYE

APOPHANY – CARMEN OSTERLYE {0}

OCTOBER 25 – NOVEMBER 18 – EXHIBITION – We believe the environment around us exists as we see it exist, yet our own seeing is in fact erroneous. The rate at which things come to pass is a dynamic and complex evolution, often too fast or too slow to witness in detail. We interpret a […]

BAD REPUTATION – PIERRE DE GAILLANDE

BAD REPUTATION – PIERRE DE GAILLANDE {0}

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9 – 3PM – Pierre de Gaillande‘s latest musical venture, is a translation of the lyrics of iconic French poet/singer Georges Brassens into English. Two volumes of the songs, translated and performed by de Gaillande, have been released on Barbes Records, and Vermillion Music, along with an illustrated folio of the translated poems […]

CATCH 64

CATCH 64 {0}

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 – 8pm – CATCH 64 – CATCH is a hydra-headed, multi-disciplinary, rough and ready series of performance events that whirls through Brooklyn every month or two.  For over ten years Catch has given stage to emerging artists and downtown luminaries, pouring equal portions of community, love, and beer.  CATCH is curated with […]

DECROCHER LA LUNE

DECROCHER LA LUNE {0}

DECROCHER LA LUNE – A PROJECT by ANNE MOURIER & NATHALIE RODACH – The Moon is a metaphor for the feminine within us, channel of the mystical, of dreams and of belief systems, she is, with the Sun, a vehicle of human mythology. Invisible, her influence informs our lives. Artists Anne Mourier and Nathalie Rodach […]

STATE OF MATTER – CLAUDIA PANECA

STATE OF MATTER – CLAUDIA PANECA {0}

SEPTEMBER 13 – OCTOBER 18 – EXHIBITION – For her first solo exhibition in the United States, curated by Gaelle Porte, State of Matter, the Cuban artist Claudia Paneca poetically meditates on the nature of matter. The sculptor invites viewers to reflect upon the complexities of such a broad theme through organic installations combining clay, […]