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Pam
Brooklyn, NY
Art lover writing about exhibits and events happening in NYC and Brooklyn.
Interests: Modern and contemporary art, design, film, fashion, music, pop culture
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Public Art Fund presents "Reverberation" by Davina Semo at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Visitors are invited to ring the five bells and contribute to the city's soundscape. Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Art Hag
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Alone during lockdown artist Anne-Sophie H. Plume substituted the live models she usually paints with canned goods she had stockpiled. Her solo exhibition "Stockpile" is on view at Established Gallery through December 5, 2020. Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at Art Hag
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Artist Phaidra Sterlin confronts Haiti's inequality with her highly charged paintings. See Esansyèl [Essential] at BAF Gallery though December 20, 2020. Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2020 at Art Hag
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Janet Pedersen found joy during a difficult time by painting movement and dance. Check out her exhibit, Step By Step, at 440 Gallery in Park Slope, Brooklyn. More at Art Hag. Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2020 at Art Hag
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The "PSWT Artists Open Studios: Redux" exhibit at BWAC has been extended through next weekend (Nov. 21-22). See work by 30+ Park Slope and Windsor Terrace artists. Continue reading
Posted Nov 16, 2020 at Art Hag
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Jo-Ann Acey comes "Full Circle." The Brooklyn-based artist's energetic abstract drawings are on view at The Cluster Gallery in Gowanus. Continue reading
Posted Nov 13, 2020 at Art Hag
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Gowanus Night Heron, a free pop-up art event, will swoop down alongside the banks of the Gowanus Canal for one special night. Continue reading
Posted Nov 12, 2020 at Art Hag
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Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists Open Studios Redux, OSSAM Gallery preview Continue reading
Posted Nov 11, 2020 at Art Hag
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Exciting new discoveries can be found in Natale Adgnot's dazzling sculptures when viewed up close and from various vantage points. More at Art Hag. Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2020 at Art Hag
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The public art exhibit "Gowanus Reflection" offers a sneak peek of the in-progress film documenting the transformation of a Brooklyn neighborhood. Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2020 at Art Hag
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John Edmonds: A Sidelong Glance examines Black identity and representation. His stunning photographs are on view at the Brooklyn Museum through August 2021. Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2020 at Art Hag
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Jeffrey Gibson's exhibit "When Fire Is Applied to a Stone It Cracks" urges visitors to abandon their preconceptions of Native American art. On view at the Brooklyn Museum through Jan. 2021. Continue reading
Posted Nov 4, 2020 at Art Hag
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Hustle over to Studio 54: Night Magic at the Brooklyn Museum before it closes Nov. 8, 2020. Visit Art Hag for photos of the exhibition. Continue reading
Posted Nov 2, 2020 at Art Hag
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Preview Demarcus McGaughey's recent artwork celebrating the centennial of the Harlem Renaissance. Art Hag visited the artist's studio as his Art Crawl Harlem residency on Governors Island comes to an end. Continue reading
Posted Oct 29, 2020 at Art Hag
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Installed across NYC, Ellie d'Eustachio's charming knit works illustrate the artist's frustrations with the Trump administration and social injustice. Check out her debut exhibit "Made by Ellie" in Gowanus. Learn more at Art Hag. Continue reading
Posted Oct 26, 2020 at Art Hag
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See amazing works by more than 30 glass artists at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition gallery in Red Hook. Check out Art Hag for photos. Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2020 at Art Hag
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Ten artists from Park Slope's 440 Gallery are presenting works at NU Hotel as part of the Arts Gowanus on Atlantic Ave Art Walk. The group show is on view at the hotel through Dec. 19, 2020. Learn more and see photos at Art Hag. Continue reading
Posted Oct 22, 2020 at Art Hag
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Photographer Tamara Staples' new video installation examines the power of lighting while questioning our sense of memory. Learn more about the mesmerizing artwork at Art Hag. Continue reading
Posted Oct 21, 2020 at Art Hag
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Miguel Ayuso's public art installation shows the smiles hidden beneath New Yorkers' masks. Visit Art Hag for more info and photos. Continue reading
Posted Oct 20, 2020 at Art Hag
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See artwork created with discarded materials in "Upcycling," on view as part of the Arts Gowanus Art Walk on Atlantic Ave. Learn more about the storefront exhibit and the curator, artist Tracy Penn. Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2020 at Art Hag
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Head over to Red Hook, Brooklyn to see Bosco Sodi's outdoor sculpture exhibition "Perfect Bodies." On view Saturdays and Sundays through December 20, 2020. Learn more and see photos at Art Hag. Continue reading
Posted Oct 15, 2020 at Art Hag
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Experience Vigil, an immersive audio installation by artist Leigh Davis, at Green-Wood Cemetery's Historic Chapel from Sept. 21 through Oct. 19, 2020. Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2020 at Art Hag
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Art lovers finally got the chance to check out Jamel Robinson’s UNFETTERED in person this past Saturday at Established Gallery. The exhibition was up and ready to welcome visitors for the original March 14 opening, but then the gallery was forced to close after a stay-at-home order was issued in New York in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jamel Robinson poses next to his work, Love Divine, 2019, at Established Gallery “To have a body of work that I had been waiting to show the world...,” Robinson recalled on Saturday afternoon, “then to have the whole world change…. We’re just... Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2020 at Art Hag
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Dozens of Brooklyn artists, cultural leaders, public officials, and volunteers came together to paint NYC’s first Black Lives Matter mural in Brooklyn on June 13th. Massive 28-foot-tall bright yellow letters spanning 375 feet along Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant—from Marcy Avenue to Brooklyn Avenue—spell out "Black Lives Matter." The names of Black women and men killed by racism and police violence are written on life-size silhouettes standing at each end of the mural. Black Lives Matter mural on Fulton Street, between Marcy & Brooklyn Avenues, Bed-Stuy "You are going to see everyone from Emmett Till to Freddie Gray to Michael Brown,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2020 at Art Hag
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Faith Ringgold, American People Series #20: Die, 1967 (photographed at MoMA, March 2020) Unrest on U.S. streets sparked by police violence in predominately Black neighborhoods in the 1960s inspired Faith Ringgold’s gripping 1967 painting American People Series #20: Die. Ten stylishly and identically dressed men and women—Black and white—are entangled in a chaotic blood-spattered clash as two small children cling to each other and watch in fear. The work is an "abstraction of what the fights were really all about, and they had a lot to do with race and class, and no one was left out," according to Ringgold... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2020 at Art Hag