Posts Tagged ‘brooklyn art’

glass house inv dog

You might be able to see this marvelous installation before it comes down this weekend. In the sunlight, the envelopes catch the light and seem to float in the air. The artist is Spencer Merolla and the location is The Glass House, a small outpost of the Invisible Dog Gallery, on Bergen Street near the F Train stop.

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Yes, yes, and yes; all of the above.

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Hurry on over; Bushwick Open Studios is going on for a few more hours. This sheep, by Kyu Seok Oh, is at 56 Bogart Street. There are hundreds of things to see and do; lots of great art. Naturally, the food trucks are there, too, so you won’t go hungry or thirsty.

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This weekend is the DUMBO Arts Festival. It’s fun and popular. There are many outdoor activities; it’s not so much about visiting artists’ studios. Here are some floating sculptures; I also saw a welding demo and a hackysack contest.

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Some construction was planned on Willoughby Street near Metrotech about three years ago, but before work began, 15 artists put installations in abandoned storefronts. The demolition hasn’t happened yet, but the windows have remained. It has definitely beautified this neighborhood in transition.

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Chonlada Sirampuj’s painting works off Thailand’s slogan “land of smiles.” Everyone’s smiling, but the hair and head shapes suggest a diversity that tourist advertising doesn’t touch upon. Learn more about Thai artists in NYC here.

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