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 […]

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, […]