Mandatory Art Work Out for the Weekend!
Are you shamefully hiding your body under layers of ugly sweaters after a series of Holiday eating extravaganzas? Does your 2013 resolution list contain a lot of exercise but you can't seem to be able to identify the right workout for you? Breathe in, breathe out, straighten your spine, we’ve got you covered
Are you shamefully hiding your body under layers of ugly sweaters after a series of Holiday eating extravaganzas? Does your 2013 resolution list contain a lot of exercise but you can't seem to be able to identify the right workout for you? Breathe in, breathe out, straighten your spine, we’ve got you covered. How about an art workout? Run around the art openings this weekend, spring and hop above the hurdles. And you better sprint because there is a LOT to see…
Your Friday night jog begins with a light run to the Bushwick art hub, 56 Bogart. Yes, that big yellow building right across the street from Morgan L stop. Make sure you warm up really well before hitting 56 Bogart, because once inside, you won’t have a chance to stop!
Start with a lighthearted art exhibition at Robert Henry, and check out the colored-pencil drawn suitcases by Elise Engler. Engler’s miniature series is based on Engler’s leaving and returning from travels.
We strongly rely on Studio 10 as a gallery whose shows ought never to be missed for a simple reason: they are terrific and are only getting better. This Friday, Studio 10 opens Per Future, a time-based media art show based on Baldino’s interest in scientific phenomenon. Look forward to five single-channel videos and two series of photographs.
Tad Beck and Diana Cherbuliez are both artists who have been working in their studios in Vinalhaven, Maine for over 20 years. Tonight at Theodore:Art you can examine with the artists how the isolation of the island, its community influenced their work. Look forward to photographs, videos, installations and sculptures.
TSA is one of the new-ish Bushwick art spaces, and this Friday they are opening an art show curated by Vincent Como. Check out this painting show in the middle of the industrial waste land featuring Maya Hayuk, Jason Karolak, Anna Kunz, Karl LaRocca, Melissa Oresky, and Kirk Stoller. Also take 30 push-ups at this location!
After a nice sprint, take a swim all the way to the JMZ train, and pay a visit to young gallerists and curators Julian Jimarez and Aliza Kelly. They are opening a solo show of Shannon Finnegan whose work is comprised of mostly geometric abstractions hand-drawn on paper.
We strongly suggest you finalize your art workout at Loft 594. Take a gallop to 594 Bushwick Ave, 2nd floor, and made sure you do some proper stretching there. Loft 594 will feature a group art show that promises to knock your socks off, followed by performance by Wild Torus and DJs in a Youtube video battle. Yes, please! More of fun like this! Oh, and don’t forget wedding styled costumes are highly encouraged!
It seems that painter Michael Chandler has been living a life of 20 people at once. He has been a gardener in the Hollywood Hills, done mining assessment for the Anaconda Company, worked on Christo's Rifle Valley Curtain project, painted baseball dolls, among many other things... Does his art reflect this? Don't miss the opportunity to decide for yourself on Friday night at Valentine.
You can expect to explore op art elements in the works of three local artists (Jeff Fichera, Cathy Nan Quinlan, and Aaron Williams) on Saturday night at Parallel Art Space. Take a nice long exhale at this Ridgewood art gallery, and don't forget to be proud of yourself and your art wor out of the weekend!
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