A proper Bushwick art addict doesn’t mind heavy snow and/or gusty winds. NYC can expect all this winter craziness to arrive today at 2PM (heavy snow) and tomorrow at 2PM (gusty winds), so I hope you have your warm shoes ready…because you have 5 amazing art shows to shovel your way to through the snow!
One of the most distinctive Bushwick painters Amy Lincoln is having an opening to her solo show ar Projekt722 tonight! Snow or shine, Amy Lincoln will be amazing, and you’d be a fool to miss it! Projekt722 has replaced Camel Art Space on 722 Metropolitan Ave, making sure that art won’t die out in East Williamsburg.
Are you cold? How about some hot art experience for a change? Paper Cut Press will be celebrating erotic art, film, and literature tonight at Brooklyn Fire Proof. Laurie Weeks will be reading and Don Pablo Pedro’s art will be on view, among others.
If you were planning on shoveling your way down to Storefront Bushwick tonight, I have to stop you right there. The opening has been rescheduled for Sunday 4-7PM due to the snowstorm threat and many participants/visitors driving. On Sunday look forward to art by 4 painters (Jaclyn Brown, Holly Coulis, Michelle Hailey, Susan Homer, Rebecca Litt) and photography by Cortney Andrews in the project room.
Bull & Ram, a gallery at 17-17 Troutman gigantic building has an opening of a painting group show curated by Katherine Bradford. If you simply need to see good art, Bull & Ram should never be missed on your art itinerary!
Grace Exhibition Space is back after a little January break. This uniquely honest performance venue will feature Lopi LaRoe (Brooklyn), Rafael Sanchez (New Jersey) and Raquel de Loloya (Manilla, Phillipines). In order to be reminded how amazing Grace Exhibition Space is, re-read our feature about them.
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