Month: September 2022

OCEANS & ODYSSEYS Rachael Talibart

Oceans & Odysseys: Rachael Talibart solo exhibition at Sohn Gallery

OCEANS & ODYSSEYS: Rachael Talibart; October 7 – February 6, 2023; Reception, Artist Talk, and Book Signing October 15, 2022. Reception & Book Signing 5:00 Artist talk 6:00 Please RSVP to 413-551-7353 or Exploring the turbulence and grace of the sea, British artist Rachael Talibart’s “OCEANS & ODYSSEYS” solo […]

Candlelight vigil on night of September 15, 2001, after the destruction of the Twin Towers. ©Mark D Phillips

Unity as we cried “Never Again”

Twenty-one years after planes flew into the World Trade Center, crashed into the Pentagon and into a field in Shanksville, Pa., the great promise that we once showed as people has been all but forgotten. Our unity has shattered. We are lost. At war with ourselves

Oscar yi Hou (born Liverpool, UK, 1998). Coolieisms, aka: Sly Son Goku turns 23, 2021. Oil on canvas, 30 × 24 in. (76.2 × 61 cm). Courtesy of James Fuentes LLC. © Oscar yi Hou. (Photo: Jason Mandella, courtesy of James Fuentes LLC)

East of sun, west of moon

East of sun, west of moon is a timely, focused exhibition of new works by UOVO Prize–winner Oscar yi Hou, composed of eleven recent paintings that primarily highlight queer Asian American subjects. The show opens October 14, 2022, shortly after the reopening of the Brooklyn Museum’s Arts of Asia galleries on September 30.

Gowanus Dredgers tour of the Gowanus Canal during the Battle of Brooklyn tour canoe trip passes beneath the world's highest subway station over the waterway. ©Mark D Phillips.

Open House Weekend returns to Gowanus

On October 21-23, 2022, the 20th Annual Open House NY Weekend gives access to places not open to the public including the Gowanus Canal. Each day from 1pm to 6pm, the Gowanus Dredgers will offer exploratory canoe voyages to view post-industrial buildings and abandoned shorelines, now colonized by wildlife and new developments.