From Schema Projects new show ” (Image courtesy of Schema Projects)

Enrico Gomez said it just right in the latest Wagmag newsletter: the art world is head over heels crazy this week over Armory, with several Bushwick galleries showing at Pulse, VOLTA and SPRING/BREAK Art Show. Over the years a selection of art spaces around the neighborhood have collaborated to celebrate Armory Arts Week by way of Armory Late Night, taking place in both Bushwick and Ridgewood. With extended hours at over 20 local galleries, as well as new openings on Friday and Saturday, it’s a good weekend to see it all!

New Shows This Weekend

“Passing Through” @ Schema Projects (FRI 6-9 PM)

Where unseen forces mark the passage of thread and line; this show also inaugurates Schema Projects’ outdoor sculpture space.

92 St. Nicholas Avenue

From “Passing Through,” curated by Jeanne Heifitz (Image courtesy of Schema Projects)


“Camera Trap” @ Fresh Window (FRI 6-9 PM)

Australian artist Linda Tegg connects with the more-than-human world through the captures of a camera trap.

56 Bogart Street

From Linda Tegg’s “Camera Trap” (Image courtesy of Fresh Window)


“Eva” and “Ozu’s Arsehole” @ Interstate (FRI 6-9 PM)

Interstate’s Eva will be “orbiting within anti gravity, the feel of mud” while Ozu’s Arsehole explores the preservation and destruction of the body with social disaffection.

66 Knickerbocker Avenue

From ” ” opening Friday at Interstate (Image courtesy of Interstate)

“Prime” Opening & Performance @NURTUREart (FRI 7 PM)

Transparency and opacity test the limits of interpretation in “Prime,” with a voice and electronic performance of “Mikrokosmos” by Justin Hicks and Steffani Jemison.

56 Bogart Street

From Steffani Jemison’s “Prime” (Image courtesy of NURTUREart)


“Something Rather Than Nothing” @ Sardine (SAT 6-9 PM)

Tim Wilson’s small floral still life’s and large scale abstractions bring micro and macro worlds together for an optical reading.

286 Stanhope Street

Tim Wilson “Something Rather Than Nothing” opens Saturday, March 5 (Image courtesy of Sardine)


“Dizzy World” @ Kimberly-Klark Gallery (SAT 7-10 PM)

In a dizzy world, things actually work. See what Quintessa Matranga and Rafael Delacruz do for this mini realm.

788 Woodward Avenue, Ridgewood

“Dizzy World” opens Saturday night (Image courtesy of Kimberly-Klark Gallery)


Get Ready for Bushwick Gallery Late Night in Bushwick & Ridgewood!

These art spaces will be open until 9 pm on Saturday, March 5th: ART 3, Amos Eno Gallery, Anthony Philip Fine Art, ArtHelix, Christopher Stout Gallery, Fresh Window, Honey Ramka, IDIO Gallery, Life on Mars Gallery, Luhring Augustine, NURTUREart, ODETTA, Sardine, Schema Projects, Shim, Slag Gallery, SOHO20 Gallery, Stephen Romano Gallery, Theodore:Art, Transmitter, TSA New York, VICTORI + MO, and a pop-up show at Space B.

Clockwise: From ODETTA’s “Heliotrope”; Joe Amrhein at ART 3‎; Esther Pearl Watson at Stephen Romano Gallery; Michelle Vaughan at TheodoreArt (Images courtesy of the galleries)


What To See During Weekend Gallery Hours

Last Weekend to see “Scriptive Formalities” @ Life on Mars Gallery (THURS-SUN 1-6 PM)

The letters and language behind Paul D’Agostino’s works come full circle with the thoughoutful writings of this poetic artist.

56 Bogart Street

From Paul D’Agostino’s Chromatic Alphabet, taken during the artist talk at Life on Mars Gallery (Photo: Katie Killary)

“Chaos and Wild Again” @ Victori + Mo

Brian Willmont’s trompe l’oeil roses and hyper-colorful water drops channel Dali’s iconic meditative rose. See the team at Volta Booth A13!

56 Bogart Street

From Brian Willmont’s “Chaos and Wild Again” (Photo: Katie Killary)

“Twine 0116” @ Parenthesis Art Space (SUN 1-7 PM)

The site specific sumi ink drawing spans a 130 foot long strip of rice paper by Japanese artist Sophia Chizuco.

203 Harrison Place

“Twine 0116” by Sophia Chizuco (Photo by Patrick T. Rousseau)

“Elemental” @ Lorimoto (SAT-SUN 1-6 PM)

Universal narratives and uncertain objects – a grouping of elements by Robert Otto Epstein.

1623 Hancock Street

“Elemental” is open through March 20 (image courtesy of Lorimoto)