THE ARTISTS OF THE INVISIBLE DOG

THE ARTISTS OF THE INVISIBLE DOG {8}

  MARCH 10 MAY 5/ EXHIBITION/In The Artists of The Invisible Dog, New York City photographer Malcolm Brown presents a solo exhibit of 32 portraits of artists from a unique Brooklyn community of sculptors, illustrators, toy makers, painters, jewelry designers, photographers and welders, a photographic study highlighting the artists of The Invisible Dog. Through this […]

THE DUMPSTER PROJECT

THE DUMPSTER PROJECT {9}

FROM JANUARY 8 Premiering at the DUMBO Arts Festival on September 23, 2011, The Dumpster Project is a work of transportable public art. The Dumpster Project is also a daily blog (www.thedumpsterproject.com). Fundamentally, though, The Dumpster Project is a physical taxonomy of one man’s existence. Mac Premo is a Brooklyn-based collage artist. His longtime Boerum […]

OPENING WEEKEND / MARCH 10-11

OPENING WEEKEND / MARCH 10-11 {3}

The Invisible Dog Art Center is thrilled to announce the opening of three solo exhibitions, one group exhibition, and in house artists open studios, all on Saturday March 10th. Download the press release here On the ground floor, R Justin Stewart’s sculptural installation Distorting (A Messiah Project 13C). In the garden gallery, Daniel Horowitz’s 365 […]

WORK/SPACE 2012 / ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS

WORK/SPACE 2012 / ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS {0}

SATURDAY MARCH 10 – SUNDAY MARCH 11 / EXHIBITION + ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS / Work/Space 2012, the 2nd installment of the annual 32 in-house artist group exhibition and open studios event.  Curated by Whitney V. Hunter, Work/Space 2012 will introduce the public to the new artists of the Invisible Dog Art Center as well as […]

PULSE

PULSE {0}

THURSDAY MARCH 15 / EXHIBITION /Updating the contemporary art aesthetic is a struggle for every emerging artist.  How do you modernize the artistic pallet in the age of post, post everything.  The real ground breakers understand this challenge and are making waves in updating and reinventing our cultural ideal of what is “art”.   PULSE is […]

WASSAIC PROJECT BENEFIT

WASSAIC PROJECT BENEFIT {0}

THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 / 6pm The Wassaic Project is an artist-run sustainable, multidisciplinary arts organization that focuses on community engagement and facilitates artists and participants to exhibit, discuss, and connect with art, each other, our unique site, and the surrounding area. Silent Auction Artists Joshua Frankel, Patrick Gantert, Ghost of a Dream, Jeila Gueramian, Sarah […]

A LAYER OF THE #1L

A LAYER OF THE #1L {0}

SOLO SHOW september 17 – november 6 Acclaimed Korean-born mixed media artist Chong Gon Byun gives found and discarded objects new meaning by using them to create sculptures and assemblages that explore the clash between post-industrial civilization and the present consumerist culture. In this installation, the walls of the combined residence and studio are lined with shelves […]

BYUN, OBJET TROUVE

BYUN, OBJET TROUVE {0}

A FILM by MARIE LOSIER september 17 – november 6 The installation will be complemented by the commissioned short film Byun, Objet Trouvé by New York-based French director Marie Losier. In this latest installment in her ongoing series of acclaimed film portraits of contemporary directors, musicians, and artists, Losier offers an insightful and whimsical view […]

2FIK OR NOT 2FIK

2FIK OR NOT 2FIK {1}

SEPTEMBER 17 – OCTOBER 9 As an artistic director, director, photographer and model, 2Fik captures pictures of himself that he likens to a single image. He can therefore be found several times in his photographs, in various attitudes and sporting a range of accessories. Through his toying with reality and fiction the viewer becomes confused. […]

HERMAPHRODITE

HERMAPHRODITE {0}

CURATED by NIKITA VISHNEVSKIY september 17 – october 9 Artists in this exhibition were asked to directly or metaphorically respond to the idea of a hermaphrodite through their practice. The premise of the exhibit is to avoid polar categorization, consider natural totality, and to investigate the states that are in limbo. Throughout history artists have […]