While the entire art scene in Bushwick continues to explode, there are several artists that have gained a reputation in the neighborhood as well as beyond. Get the early scoop on these too-hot-to-handle artists and make sure not to miss their studios during Bushwick Open Studios this weekend!
While the entire art scene in Bushwick continues to explode , there are several artists that have gained a reputation in the neighborhood and beyond. Get the early scoop on these too-hot-to-handle artists, and don’t miss their studios during Bushwick Open Studios this weekend!
Most notably known for her large scale solar activated installations in Fort Greene, Barr is inspired by natural influences on the urban environment around her.
D’Acunto will showcase his electrifying, neon paintings of monsters and characters. D’Acunto’s Basquiat-esque, grafitti-inspired work has been widely featured throughout Bushwick and Manhattan.
Romano’s works with film and photography. Her works investigates memory and its connection to sensitivity and response. A relatively recent Seattle transplant, keep an eye on this artist, as she blends her west coast sensibilities with her new Bushwick surroundings.
Dennis recreates the city on a massive scale, using a unique photographic process, with a strong emphasis on architectural forms. This Smack Mellon “hot pick” from 2011 continues to impress us with her wondrous site-specific installations and has gained the attention of Chelsea and Bushwick galleries alike.
Using drawings, photographs and found objects, Yaniv creates relief sculptures. Her international and local installations aim to reflect the dynamic, ever-changing urban landscape.
Szobody embraces the repitive and compulsive nature of his intricate drawing, resulting in seemingly simple and minimal compositions. Recently featured at Norte Maar, Szobody will often spend countless hours on a single composition. And we love the result.
Charles’ complex paintings contain a variety of materials from synthetic fur, pom poms, corks, food, knives, glitter, and seemingly endless layers of paint. He has shown at various venues throughout New York City, such as Marlborough Chelsea or The Brooklyn Museum.