Galleries, studios and even truck-trailers have been homes to curated shows popping up during the Bushwick Open Studios weekend. We chose the ones particularly intriguing, exciting and conceptually challenging.
19 artists from around the globe were invited to Bushwick by Brooklyn-based artist Julie Torres. To make things fun, each of them will show their work alongside a piece of art by a local artist they admire.
Andrea Monti’s ink-jet prints, installations and performance will explore the idea of the end in his solo show LOOSE ENDS – in a 48-foot tractor trailer.
Six artists connected through social media will be looking for the common threads among themselves. Keywords: sense of place, virtual/real, resonance, social feeds, juxtapositions, hybridity…
A group show of six enlightened artists will be presented by one of Bushwick’s youngest and most promising spaces.
An art exhibition comprised of part Brooklyn-based, part Texas-based artists examines life in communities in transition. Both downtown Houston and Bushwick have been experiencing high-paced urbanization and transformation.
Like canned energy is the group show of large sculptural work of recent alumni of VCU. What do the art student arriving to Bushwick think about it? Come find out.
Run by George Ferrandi, Brooklyn Wayfarers is a home to artist studios, wood shop and a gallery. For BOS, they have prepared a group show of Wayfarer Members. Judging by the exciting membership base, this show is not to be missed.
Orgy Park, dear friends, is a home of Steve Mykietyn occasionally turned into a gallery space. Every time this transformation into a gallery occurs, we’re nothing but impressed. If you add sweatpants and Martin Basher, Per Billgren, and Rachael Gorchov to the mix, things can’t go wrong.
Artist’s Chris McGee’s curatorial debut will feature Mayen Alcantara, Sheryl Oppenheim, Alex Paik, Ebony Rose, Abigail Weg. Intelligent and intimate works of art explore paper as a medium and its attributes.