Apply Now: Subsidized studio space in DUMBO

Looking for a larger studio space or lower rent? Apply now to the Cultural Space Subsidy Program to rent affordable space in DUMBO. The Culture Space Subsidy Program, offered by Two Trees Management Co, awards artists and non-profits beautiful, light-filled studios and office spaces at rents well below market rate for up to three-year terms. Professional … read more… “Apply Now: Subsidized studio space in DUMBO”

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Rachelle Krieger: Skirmishes between invisible forces

Contributed by Sharon Butler /  In “Of Earth and Sky,” on view at Susan Eley Fine Art, Rachelle Krieger presents a new series of elegant abstract paintings in which winding brushstrokes float throughout tightly-cropped square spaces. Although they have the feel of landscape, they are fundamentally abstract, leanly imparting that impression with shape and line. For contemporary American … read more… “Rachelle Krieger: Skirmishes between invisible forces”

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A three-hour tour: Selected Bushwick galleries

As some readers may remember, I went to the University of Connecticut for my MFA degree, and until last year, I taught an MFA seminar up in Storrs. These days my schedule doesn’t allow taking those beautiful foliage tours up to Storrs each week, so I invited the first- and second-year students for an afternoon tour of galleries … read more… “A three-hour tour: Selected Bushwick galleries”

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Blurring the boundary between painting and photography

For the exhibition “Chemistry: Explorations in Abstract Photography,” curator Karlyn Benson, director of Matteawan Gallery in Beacon, NY, has selected six photographers who push beyond traditional photographic processes in search of new definitions of what a photograph can be. In this exhibition, on display at Garrison Art Center  May 21 through June 19, process itself … read more… “Blurring the boundary between painting and photography”

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