8TH ANNUAL OPEN STUDIOS WEEKEND

8TH ANNUAL OPEN STUDIOS WEEKEND {0}

MAY 6 – 7 – INVISIBLE DOG OPEN STUDIOS – Here at 51 Bergen St, we have 27 artists working in 27 different styles with 27 different sets of materials and 27 different sets of interests and ideas. One weekend a year, they open their studios to the public. See what they’ve made, work in progress […]

KICKABLE by OLIVER JEFFERS & MAC PREMO

KICKABLE by OLIVER JEFFERS & MAC PREMO {0}

SATURDAY, MAY 6 – As our collective experience with the crisis of meaning matures, the interface with art becomes increasingly intellectual. The modern-day craft renaissance further shifts the academic art conversation away from the kinesthetic, thusly buttressing the 4th wall between art object and viewer. Subsequently, it can be argued that the gallery setting has served […]

INVISIBLE BALLS by DIVYA GADANGI

INVISIBLE BALLS by DIVYA GADANGI {0}

SATURDAY, MAY 6 – 6 – 10PM. Join us Saturday evening for a super elusive secret garden gala (it’s a Taj Mah Balls* pop up). Follow your nose to find us. * Taj Mah Balls are homestyle Indian dishes in small-bite meatball form. Divya Gadangi creates meat and vegetarian options both stolen from her grandmother […]

SPECIAL FIGURE DRAWING EVENT

SPECIAL FIGURE DRAWING EVENT {0}

May 2 – 7-9PM – As part of our Annual Open Studios week of special events we are holding a free Figure Drawing session. We will have 4 models doing different length poses. There will be 100 chairs but you must bring your own art supplies. Come celebrate spring! May 2, 7-9pm Free Admission

WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW ABOUT LOVE

WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW ABOUT LOVE {0}

THURSDAY APRIL 27 – 1PM to 10PM – EXHIBITION – WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW ABOUT LOVE  by Mikki Brammer & Wesley Verhoeve –  Love defines us all – the highs and lows of it, the absence of it, the search for it, the way it both nourishes and confounds us. Romantic love, platonic love, paternal love […]

THIS ISN’T TRASH by HERVE TULLET

THIS ISN’T TRASH by HERVE TULLET {0}

MARCH 4 – APRIL 15 EXTENDED TO APRIL 22 – EXHIBITION – Wildly imaginative artist Hervé Tullet—known for his beloved children’s book Press Here—presents his first-ever exhibition in New York This Isn’t Trash, for the opening of the 2nd edition of Tilt Kids Festival. He will fill The Invisible Dog Art Center with hundreds of new pieces, some […]

MATERIAL REMAINS by SPENCER MEROLLA

MATERIAL REMAINS by SPENCER MEROLLA {0}

MARCH 4 – APRIL 15 EXTENDED TO APRIL 22– EXHIBITION –  Material Remains reimagines the Glass House of The Invisible Dog as a modern day globe de mariée, a decorative object which mingled souvenir and talisman to enshrine the memories, hopes, and dreams for a married couple. Preserved under glass, these keepsakes were treasured family […]

SCRAPS – RANJIT BHATNAGAR & LEA BERTUCCI

SCRAPS – RANJIT BHATNAGAR & LEA BERTUCCI {0}

FRIDAY APRIL 14, 730PM – MUSIC – Playing with homemade instruments and shiny things, Lea and Ranjit will make soundscapes among and responding to Hervé Tullet’s playful torn paper sculptures.  Lea Bertucci  is a sound artist and composer. Her new album All That Is Solid Melts Into Air has just been released on NNA Tapes, and […]

UNFOUNDED by CALVIN STALVIG

UNFOUNDED by CALVIN STALVIG {0}

JANUARY 27 – FEBRUARY 19 – EXHIBITION – Unfounded is an installation sewn, welded and kept in the Glass House by craftsman/artist Calvin Stalvig, it meditates and contends with a history and home, poverty and being raised as the eldest black son of a family led by two white women. Of the many questions Unfounded asks, […]

LE MISANTHROPE – MOLIERE – PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

LE MISANTHROPE – MOLIERE – PRINCETON UNIVERSITY {0}

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 – 7.30PM – THEATER – Work in progress Performance of Le Misanthrope by Molière, featuring the students of Princeton University’s Department of French and Italian L’Avant-Scène, the French Theater Workshop. Directed by Florent Masse The students of Princeton University’s L’Avant-Scène, French Theater Workshop, will present excerpts from their March production of Molière’s Le Misanthrope directed by Florent Masse. […]