The critically-acclaimed exhibition David Bowie is makes its final stop at the Brooklyn Museum on March 2 through July 15 with an amazing selection of public programs to celebrate the late artist's creative process and cultural impact.
BRIC presents Reenactment, a group exhibition examining and agitating the aesthetics and politics of historical reenactment in contemporary art. Through work in performance, video, and photography, this exhibition looks at six artists of color who are unsettling cultural mythologies and origin stories, and who approach history as fluid.
Co-presented by BRIC, CALARTS CENTER FOR NEW PERFORMANCE, and THE PUBLIC THEATER’s Under the Radar Festival, The Hendrix Project comes to the BRIC House on Thursday, January 11, 2018, to Sunday, January 14, 2018.
Brooklyn Children’s Museum celebrates the opening of a major exhibit, BLOCK PARTY, featuring the photographs of Anderson Zaca opening on Saturday, December 16, 2017, through June 10, 2018, bringing together the elements of the iconic Brooklyn block party all under one roof.
Brooklyn Children's Museum presents the 9th year of New York City’s largest family Kwanzaa celebration from December 26 to 30, 2017. Over five days of culture and fun, families will learn about this African-American holiday and explore Kwanzaa’s seven principles.
United Photo Industries is presenting Rosen’s work in celebration of the publication of her recently published book “IMAGINARIUM,” which is also the title of the show. Her photographic constructs remind us more of classical paintings than the highly stylized creations of a single capture of time.
imotif: Enter the 3rd Annual iPhone Photography Exhibition
Now is the time to enter imotif, the 3rd Annual iPhone Photography Exhibition, presented by Sohn Fine Art Gallery in Lenox, MA. All entries must be received by December 17, 2017. If any of your work is accepted, you will be notified by December 30, 2017.
BRIC House Artist Studio presents Leila Buck's American Dreams & Arabian Nights (work-in-progress) which weaves storytelling, dreams, music and more into a playful work-in-progress inviting the audience into an interactive exploration of who we let into our hearts, families and nations—and how those choices shape who we are.