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Williamsburg Galleries
Galleries in Williamsburg are open late with opening events and special performances.

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Thurs-Sunday 12-6

7 Dunham Place
7 Dunham Place

AG Gallery
310 Grand Street
12-8 every day
Past, collective exhibition that gallery will present few most iconic artworks from each of past exhibitions of last two years.

Alt Space
41 Montrose Ave.
The Daydreamers, Art Show Curated by Grace Miceli. Features: Tyler Mitchell, Daisy Sanchez Lula Hyers, Terrell Davis, Remi Riordan.

Art 101
101 Grand St.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
also by appointment.
Kent Peterson, New Work including "Mineral Flows". April 1 - May 8.

Brooklyn Art Library
103A North 3rd St.
12-8pm Everyday
The Sketchbook Project, a collection of close to 30,000 sketchbooks (and counting) submitted by people of all ages and backgrounds from around the world. Thats over a million pages of original artwork made by everyday people, from arts professionals to students, kids, parents, and anyone in between.

Brooklyn Oenology
209 Wythe Avenue
Fanny Allie's, solo exhibition.

Noah Landfield solo exhibition, and the release of 2014 Pinot Gris.
Opening: Thursday April 21, 7-10.
Carriage House Paper
31 Grand Street @ Kent Avenue
Thursday-Sunday 12-6pm
Simpfendoerfer’s Ungewißheit.May 5-May 23
Opening: Friday May 06, 6-8.
Cathouse FUNeral
260 Richardson Street
Saturdays and Sundays 12-6
Dismal Dreaming, Michael Ashkin, a dual space solo exhibition. March 26 - May 1

City Reliquary
370 Metropolitan
Thursday-Sunday 12-6PM
Visionary Streetscapes: Works from Pure Vision Arts. January 21 – May 15

Club 157
157 Manhattan Avenue 1F
Artifacts of the Descendants, Jonathan Kopp.

Dioramarama. Opening: Friday May 13, 6-9.
El Museo de Los Sures
120 South First St.
(718) 387-3600
Thurs-Sun, 1-6
Vieno Motors: How to Prepare 2.0. Curated by Satu Oksanen. March 25–April 30.

168 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 1-6

Ellen E. Rand, New Work. March 4 - April 24.
Front Room Gallery
147 Roebling St
Fri-Sun 1-6
Young and Innocent, Amy Hill's inspiration for her most recent body of work is American Folk Art, which served as a reflection of the artists' impressions of society, its needs and mores. A common subject was family, and more specifically, children, often depicted with a focus on their innocence, holding cuddly animals in bucolic settings. April 15-May 22nd

246 Union Avenue
Tues. 7-11 Sat 1-5

Holland Tunnel Gallery
61 South 3 rd st
718 3845838
Sat-Sun 1-6
hollandtunnelart@ gmail.com
Open Up, Director artists, from 6 of the original, still operating galleries show their work. Richard Timperio, Sideshow, Ellen Rand, Art 101 , Yuki NI, WAH center, Randall Harris FigureWorks, Daniel Aycock Frontroom, and Paulien Lethen Holland Tunnel gallery. April 16-May 22.

166 North 12th Street

339 Bedford Ave
Thurs-Sun 1-6pm
Triple Point, Jon DeCola. Mixed media exhibition. March 11 - April 10

God Willing, John Isiah Walton.Paper and canvas images from Syria. April 15 - May 15
Opening: Friday April 22, .
Picture Farm
338 Wythe Ave
Yuri Shimojo .

177 North 9th St.
Tue-Sun 11-6pm
No longer at this address

319 Bedford Ave.
Fri-Mon 12-6pm
SIDESHOW NATION IV, Thru the Rabbit Hole, Gigantic group exhibition featuring hundreds of artists. January 9 – March 20.

Slag Contemporary
81 Grand St.
212 967 9818
In and Around Water, Willaim Buchina. Feb 27-April 3.

348 South 4th Street
Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-5:00
Real Reasons, James Brittingham. April 17- May 22.

Southfirst: Art
60 North 6th St.
Sat-Sun 12-6 and by appointment
pa chin ko, Akio Suzuki. March 23-May 6.

Dawn Kasper & Aki Onda, and Meg Clixby & C. Spencer Yeh performances.
Opening: Sunday May 01, 7pm.
The Boiler
191 North 14th St
Thurs-Sun 12-6pm
SEVEN-ish, Seriously Funny, Sean Patrick CARNEY (BQHF) • Jen CATRON & Paul OUTLAW (Postmasters) • Nancy CHUNN (Ronald Feldman Fine Arts) • Gary PANTER (Fredericks & Freiser) • Shannon PLUMB (PIEROGI) • David SHRIGLEY (Anton Kern Gallery) • Michael SMITH (Greene Naftali) • Martha WILSON (P•P•O•W). 29 April – 22 May.
Opening: Friday April 29, 7-9.
The Hollows Artspace
151 Bedford Avenue
Thursday - Sunday, 12-6pm
(extra)ordinary, Works by : Angela Deane, Coleen Fitzgibbon, Larry Homolka, Tom McAnulty, Levan Mindiashvili, Hayley Silverman, Ethan Tianxing Wang. Organized by FIT’s Art Market Program School of Graduate Studies. Curators: Jillian Bock, Tina Caso, Dana Clark, Yiran Ding, Cathy Fan, Anna Kamensky, Carolina Mandia, Yuka Okanda, and Anne Wong. April 21 - May 15
Opening: Thursday April 21, 6-9.SPOILER ALERT Screening series presents: The Attraction of Nipples. by Bria Cole & Behind Nine by Sophy Romvari. 8pm: Q+A BEFORE THE SCREENING* 8:30pm: screening. 9pm: Q+A after the screening.
Opening: Sunday April 24, 8pm-9:30pm . Brooklyn in Time monthly solo exhibition series: Us and Them by Rehana Esmail. April 26 - April 30. Opening reception: Tuesday, 26 April 2016, 7-9. Through Saturday, 30. Curated by Piril Gündüz. Nighttime at The Hollows presents Clara Claus. May 21, Saturday 9-11pm. Curated by Piril Gunduz and Marion Guiraud

The Journal Gallery
106 North 1st
718 218 7148
12-6 Tues-Sun
Horizon, Peter Demos. March 29 – April 30.

The Royal @ RSOAA
400 B South 2nd Street
Tues, Thur & Sat 12-5
O Nature! My Nurture! Loretta Mae, Lauren Gidwitz, Marissa Soroudi, and Jenny Williams.
Opening: Thursday April 28, 7-9. Closing reception

244 North 6th St
Thurs-Fri 5-7, Sat-Sun 12-6
Sunroom, Glenn Goldberg.
Opening: Friday May 13, 7-9.Sunroom Video, Angela Dufresne, Rico Gatson, Matt Greco, Lisi Raskin, Joey Weiss / Marco Panella.
Opening: Friday May 20, 8:30.
76 N 8th Street
Rosetta’s Stones, an exhibit featuring close to one hundred of Paul D’Agostino’s mixed-media drawings he calls Debris Portraits. They are an ongoing body of work he’s been making in honor of the European Space Agency’s Rosetta Mission.
Opening: Friday April 22, 6-8.
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
135 Broadway
Fri-Mon 12-6pm
WAH: Light, Form and Symbol~Participating Artists: Sunil Garg, Andrea Wolf, Natalia Zubko, Takafumi Ide, Cornelia Jensen, Kirsten Kay Thoen, CHIKA, William Norton, Yun-Woo Choi, Carol Salmanson, Rachel Chatham, Mieko Mitachi. Curated By Jonathan Judd, with Special Thanks to BFP Creative LLC. March 26-April 23.



Greenpoint Galleries
106 Greene
104 Green Street
Sundays from 12-5
Triple Andrew, Nick Irzyk. March 7th through April 17th.

A Room of Her Own, a solo exhibition of photographs by Sophia Chai. The exhibition will run through May 29.
Opening: Saturday April 30, 6-8pm.
Auxiliary Projects
212R Norman Avenue
Sat and Sun 1pm-6pm
Sirens, In “Sirens,” Whitney Lynn decodes the mechanisms of illusion and deception through creating handmade decoys, traps and lures from symbolic materials such as eyelashes, U.S. currency, flag threads, lace and precious metals. April 9 - May 15.

37 Greenpoint Ave. 4th Fl
Family Portraits,Albelardo Cruz Santiago.

Calico Brooklyn
67 West St #203
(347) 450-MEOW
Fridays, 12-5pm
GameAllison Maletz. April 1 - May 7.

Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
67 West st #320
Fri and Sat 12-5
At Your Leisure, jordan Kasey and Alyse Ronayne. March 18 – April 23.

Janet Kurnatowski
205 Norman Ave.
718 383 9380
Saturday & Sunday 1-6 pm,
closed go one year sabbatical

Light Industry
155 Freeman Street

Owen James Gallery
61 Greenpoint Avenue, #315
Monday - Friday 9 AM - 5
There's a Bluebird in My Heart, Charles Bukowski / Walter Robinson. April 8 – May 14.

Real Fine Arts
673 Meeker Ave
Sat-Sun 12-6pm
Fufu's Dreamhouse, Maggie Lee, April 2 - May 1.

Simuvac Projects
99 Norman Avenue
Wed - Saturday: 11-6 Sunday 12-6
Crazy Bitch, Judith Braun. March 11 - April 24.

Cut Up, Ryan DaWalt and Vanessa Navarrete. April 29 - May 29.
Opening: Saturday April 30, 6-9.
The Java Project
252 Java Street, Suite #100
Tues-Thurs 2-5; Fri 4-7; Sun 4-7

Yashar Gallery
276 Greenpoint Avenue
Saturdays, Sundays 1-5


Bushwick Galleries
99¢ Plus
238 Wilson Ave.
Fri-Sun 1 - 6
The Lamp Show, curated by Zoe Alexander Fisher. January 29-April 10th.

Air Circulation
160 Randolph St

Amos Eno Gallery
56 Bogart Street
thurs-sun 12-6pm
Exit Six: On the Road, Chris Kienke. March 31 - April 24.

Come Play With(in) Me, Erik Patton. April 28 - May 22, 2016
Opening: Friday May 20, 7-9.
Anthony Philip Fine Art
56 Bogart St.
Tue.-Sun., 12-6pm
Let X=X: New Voices in Digital Media, March 25-May 1.

Ideograms, Lisa Lala.
Opening: Friday May 06, 6-9.
109 Ingraham Street, suite 102
646 331 3162
Thu - Sat 12 - 6
I AM paintings (the return), Richard Burton. March 30 - May 8. In Project Room: Deborah Brown. March 30 – May 8.

Art and Method
236 Moore Street, No. 401
Sat-Sun. 1-6
Sol Y Sombra, Francisco Bravo. April 1-28.

Art Helix
299 Meserole Street
Saturdays & Sundays, 12 – 6PM
Art for Haitia fundraiser exhibition benefiting the St. Rock Haiti Foundation. April 23rd - 24th.
Opening: Saturday April 23, 6-10.Three Types of Clufffaloes, paintings by Charles Clough. April 29th - May 22nd.
Opening: Friday April 29, 6-9.
Black & White Gallery / Project Space
56 Bogart
Fri-Sun 1-6
Travellers & SettlersNancy Friedmann-Sanchez. April 15 - May 27.

Brilliant Champions
5 Central Ave
(646) 543-9591
Tuesday – Saturday from 11-5
Selfish- The Beauty of Introspection. a collection of works by guest curator Akeem K. Duncan of Quiet Lunch. SELFISH is a multi-medium group exhibition that focuses on the existential significance of self-portraiture and the role it plays in an artist’s creative process. MAR 18 - APR 9.

396 Johnson Avenue
718 456 0396
Wednesday - Sunday 12-6pm
Old Sky New PrairiesAn exhibition of new works by Loïc Raguénès. March 18, 2016 - April 24.

Christopher Stout Gallery
299 Meserole Street, Ground Floor
Thursday-Sunday: Noon-6pm
The Revolution Will Be Painted, Anne Sherwood Pundyk. Six wall-sized abstract works on canvas.

Cotton Candy Machine
43 Porter Ave

English Kills
114 Forrest St, alley entrance
Sat-Sun 1-6

Fresh Window
56 Bogart St, lower level
718 417 0783
Fri-Sun 1-6
21 fiftytwo (the day after), Irgin Sena. April 15 - May 20.

Friday Studio Gallery
350 Scholes St., Studio 204, 2nd fl., Brooklyn.
917 974 9664
Fridays, 1PM till 6 PM
"Fool's Gold"- 4/1 to 4/29/2016- An eclectic group show.

"Garden of Secrets"- 5/6 to 5/27/2016- An eclectic group show.
Opening: Friday May 06, 6 - 8 PM. 

Fuchs Projects
56 Bogart St. #1E
Fri-Sun Noon-6pm
Exit Six: Just Enough Rope, Chris Kienke continues his engagement with images of canonic “American Hollywood” that have been distorted due to a glitch in the electronic signal between the DVD and the television screen and transferred to canvas. April 1st.-5th.

Grace Exibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor. BROOKLYN
7-9pm 2nd / 4th Mondays, 9-11pm, 2nd/4th Fridays
21st Suffragettes: International Performance Art by Women. Curator: Jill McDermid. March 4 - May 13. Grace Exhibition Space celebrates the 15th anniversary of seminal performance event, 21st Suffragettes for the upcoming spring season. In 2001, Jill McDermid curated and directed 21st Suffragettes, a 72-hour event of works made only by women in the galleries and bars of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, featuring performances at Galapagos Art Space, exhibitions at numerous galleries, DJ’s at a Williamsburg bar and DJ’s and bands at all-nite Rubulad. Participating galleries included: Sideshow, Front Room Gallery, Figureworks, Fish Tank, Roebling Hall, South First, The Williamsburg Art & Historical Center and more.

ARAHMAIANI + AYANA EVANS. Opening: Friday April 29, 9-11.
1002 Metropolitan Avenue, #21
Sat–Sun, 12–6
Passing Index, Lilian Kreutzberger & Yasue Maetake. May 1–June 19, 2016
Opening: Saturday April 30, 5:30–8.
Honey Ramka
56 Bogart St.
Sat-Sun 1-6
Swerve, new work by Katrina Fimmel. February 19th- April 3rd.

IDIO Gallery
976 Grand St., Studio D
Sat-Sun 12-6
Object Self-Awareness, Erik Plambeck’s beautifully executed sculptures are objects of conceptual contemplation. They address the authority of experience, memory, participation, and subjectivity as a whole. Created with great precision and attention to design, they move, interact, and respond to the viewer in seemingly magical ways that extend their concepts and invite critical thought. April 7-May 1.

Image Gallery
1501 Broadway
Tues-Fri 12-6
Figurative Symmetry. figurative drawings created by illustrator Tommy Mitchell. April 1-31.

Interstate Projects
66 Knickerbocker Ave
Sat-Sunday, 12-6 pm
EVA, Curated exhibition by Erika Ceruzzi and Zoë Field. Kelly Akashi, Erika Ceruzzi, Line Ebert, Zoë Field, Hannah Levy, Peter Linden, Kareem Lofty, Luke More, Brandon Ndife, Andrew Sokol.

Ozu's Arsehole,Felix Melia. March 4 - April 17.
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Wednesday - Friday, 12:00 - 6:00
Error, Eva Kot’átková, February 2 - April 19.
Opening: Friday April 29, 6-9. April 29–30, 2016 Spring Open Studios

A Room For Doubt: Lugar a Dudas. Lugar a Dudas will be in residence at ISCP for two months and will present an exhibition and series of public programs during this time.
Opening: Saturday April 30, 1-8. April 29–30, 2016 Spring Open Studios

Kimberly -Klark
788 Woodward Avenue
Sunday from 12-5pm
Bouquet Complex, Alex Ito and Masami Kubo.

Knockdown Center
52-19 Flushing Ave. (Maspeth Queens)
(347) 915-5615
Saturdays and Sundays 2-6
Event Horizon, Featuring: Leah Beeferman, Jerstin Crosby, Steve Gurysh, Elizabeth McTernan. Mar 25 – Apr 24.

Room Tone, by Alison O'Daniel. The exhibition will include new elements from O’Daniel’s long-term film project The Tuba Thieves. March 26–May 8.
Life on Mars
56 Bogart Street
718 417 3935
Fri 3-8, Sat-Sun 1-6
Ghost in the Machine , David Humphrey, Austin Lee, and Agatha Wojciechowsky. April 15 - May 15.

little blue mushroom
56 bogart street #1b
fri-sun . 3-6pm
Domestic Specimens, Melissa Dadourian, a Series of Thread Drawings. march 11 - april 10.

1623 Hancock St. Ridgewood
Saturday & Sunday 1- 6
Elemental, Andrea Bergart, Alex Ebstein, Gary Komarin, Denise Kupferschmidt, Emily Noelle Lambert and Jason Stopa. February 20 - March 20.

Los Ojos
12 Cypress Avenue
Sat-Sun 12-6
Stellar Cartography: Jessica Langley and Matthew Northridge April 22 – June 5.
Opening: Friday April 22, 6-9.
Luhring Augustine Bushwick
25 Knickerbocker Ave.
Thurs-Sun 12-5:30
We Need To Wake Up Cause That’s What Time It Is, a new exhibition by the artist Glenn Ligon. January 16 – April 17.

1329 Willoughby Ave #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Thurs-Mon 1-6PM, and by appointment
Seeing Double, Takahiko Iimura. The exhibition takes a look back, concentrating on five seminal installation works made by the artist between 1964 and 1983 exhibited together for the first time. In different ways and with separate concerns, the works in "Seeing Double" each present elements of duality - sculptural, cultural, logical, visual and/or auditory - as a means to achieve unity, made possible through the mediums and apparatus of film and video. April 8 - May 15.

Momenta Art
56 Bogart Street
Thu-Mon 12-6pm
The Infernal Dream of Mutt and Jeff, Zoe Beloff. January 24 - March 20. curated by Kaegan Sparks.

56 Bogart Street (Basement Galleries)
Thu - Sun, 12-6pm
Dead Lands: Karkaot Mawat.Curtated by Rotem Rozental. Participating Artists: Michal BarOr, Assaf Evron, Josh Franco, Dor Guez, Gaston Zvi Ickowicz, Yaron Lapid, Metehan Özcan, Alona Rodeh. Dead Lands engages with identity conflicts and their manifestation in contemporary work; the exhibition and its public programming will open this conversation to an international audience, focusing on artistic practices that uncover identity shaped through land, both concrete and imagined. April 15-May 15.

229 Cook Street
Fri-Sun 1-6
Rattle & Hummmmm, Nancy Baker, Steven Charles, Matt Frieburghaus, Christopher Kaczmarek. March 18 – April 17.

Outlet, Fine Art
253 Wilson Ave.
Sat-Sun 1-6pm
NSFW, a group show that examines the politics of the male nude, featuring paintings by Margot Bird, Martha Hipley, GaHee Park, Alexandra Rubinstein, Helen Selsdon, Brenda Zhang, and a choreographed artwork by Kenya Johnson, all female artists. Mar 18 - Sun Apr 17

Pin the Tail on the Tiger, Jessica Weiss, new paintings. April 21 – May 22.
Opening: Thursday April 21, 7-10.
Outpost Artists Resources
1665 Norman St
718. 599.2385
Greg Fox Presents: Fire Over Heaven! Volume II, Volume II, Episode 2. Laura Ortman, Patrick Holmes, Justin Frye.

Present Co.
254 Johnson Avenue
1-6 Saturdays and Sundays
Grown Up Art, Christopher K. Ho. May 13 – June 30. Opening Reception: Friday, May 13, 6 – 9pm
Opening: Friday May 13, 6-9.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St.
(718) 473-0819
Thu-Sun 1-6pm
An Absorbent Eye, Through the lens of 21st Century digital technology Louise Dudis explores the emotional and spiritual influence of landscape. April 15 – May 27.

286 Stanhope Street
Something Rather Than Nothing, a solo exhibition by Tim Wilson. March 5-April 10.

Make Do, by artists Angela Conant and Kate Harding. April 16-May 1.
Opening: Sunday April 24, 3pm. Artist Talk: Angela Conant + Kate Harding with Thyrza Nichols Goodeve

Schema Projects
92 St Nicholas Ave
Fri. 1-5 pm, Sat-Sun. 1-6
Tower of Babel, Organized by Schema Projects. April 12 -May 15.

Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St.
Thurs-Sat 6-9

260 Johnson Avenue
347 746 8457
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Watermark, featuring: John Dante Bianchi, Alexandra Drewchin, Hayden Dunham, Elizabeth Jaeger, Anna K.E., Florian Meisenberg, The Perfect Nothing Catalog. February 27th - March 27.

Slag Contemporary
56 Bogart St. #005
212 967 9818
Thurs-Sat. 12-6
Joy Garnett.

56 Bogart Street
Thursday - Monday, 12-6pm
Petroleum, Susan Hockaday. The History of the Fist Itziar Barrio.
Opening: Saturday April 23, 6-8pm. Artist's talk

Out of Time, Eve Ingalls. April 28 - May 27.
Opening: Friday May 13, 6-9pm.
Songs for Presidents
1673 Gates Avenue (basement) Ridgewood, NY
Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 6
An earthwork can reveal an invisible landscape and also form an exit ramp, Katarina Jerinic. Jerinic’s ongoing project Beautification This Site, which centers on a “leftover” piece of landscape that the artist acquired through the Department of Transportation’s Adopt-A-Highway program. April 15 ­– May 15.

Stephen Romano Gallery
117 Grattan St. Suite 112
Midnight Paracosm, Matthew Dutton. Saint Bowie. Matthew Dutton, Midnight Paracosm. March 2 - March 29.

Storefront Ten Eyck
324 Ten Eyck Street
Sat-Sun, 1-6
Storefront Ten Eyck will be closing in October for renovations and will reopen in the spring.

Stout Projects
55 Meadow Street # 310
Sat-Sun, 1-5
Back to Black, Juan Hinojosa. March 19 - April 15.

Studio 10
56 Bogart St.
Fri-Mon 1-6
I am not empty, I am open, Kate Teale. April 15 - May 8.
Opening: Sunday May 01, 3pm. Agnes Martin; Her Life and Works - A Panel Discussion May 1st at 3 PM

Endless Broken Time, Matt Freedman and Tim Spelios; “Miss Direction”
Opening: Saturday April 23, 7-9.
200 Morgan Avenue
Monday - Friday, 8:30-6

Temporary Storage Gallery
119 Ingraham St., ground floor
Wednesday-Saturday, 12-7
Landscapes, using a historically significant genre, these 60 artists are contributing to a larger discussion about important contemporary issues, including sustainability and global climate change. Joel Adas, Steven Baines, Fran Beallor, Robert C. Beck and Sarah Max Beck, Jaci Berkopec, Colleen Blackard, Ewelina Bocheńska, Collin Clarke, Stacey Cushner, Jonathan Detrixhe, Carol Diamond, Cathy Diamond, Maureen Drennan, Hannah Drossman, Jon Duff, Patricia Fabricant, Ryan Michael Ford, Philip Gerstein, Dan Gratz, Carl Gunhouse, Peter Gynd, Julian Hatton, Meredith Hoffheins, Lesley Humphreys, Jordin Isip, Honee Jang, Maki Kaoru, Noah Klersfeld, Melanie Kozol, Donna Levinstone, Glenn Lieberman, Eliot Markell, Suchitra Mattai, Warwick McLeod, Maya Meissner, Oliver Michaels, Nick Naber, norton, Sharilyn Neidhardt, Jason Phillips, Jonathan Quinn, Rachel Rinehart, Scott Robinson, Nigel Rollings, Daryl-Ann Saunders, Helen Selsdon, Clintel Steed, Lorene Taurerewa, Jeanne Tremel, Marilyn Turtz, Victoria Veedell, Andre von Morisse, Gillian Wainwright, Jenyu Wang, Shoshannah White, Frank Webster, Mika Yokobori, Dan Zeller, Alice Zinnes. March 25th - April 15th.

The Living Gallery
1094 Broadway
Wednesdays & Fridays 1-5pm

The Parlour
791 Bushwick Ave
(718) 360-3218
Sundays 12-6pm
Make it RealExhibition includes work by Amy Hill, Hillary Doyle, Kazumi Tanaka, and Yoichiro Yoda. February 12 - March 20.

Meddwl, featuring work by Jonathan Cowan, Christopher Manning, Jessica Langley, and Christopher Dunlap. April 29 – May 29.
Opening: Friday April 29, 6-9.
The Third Policeman
1535 Decatur St
(917) 499 2321
Thurs - Sun 1 - 6
An Intricate Stew of Truths and Mirages, Hector Arce-Espasas / Mark Cannariato / Susumu Kamijo / Hector Madera / Daria Marchik. Exhibition runs through 10 June.
Opening: Friday April 29, 6-9.
Theodore: Art
56 Bogart Street
Fri-Sun 1-6
Satisfaction, Andrew Witkin’s work investigates structures and systems that shape the construct of interpretation. His practice blurs the artificial separation between aesthetic exertions and real experience. April 10 - May 22.

1030 Metropolitan Ave
Saturdays 2 – 7
The Doll's House, Claudia Hart. April 23- June 4th.
Opening: Saturday April 23, 6-10.
1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A
Friday 6-9pm, Weekends 12-6pm
Publish or Perish, Curated with Arts & Sciences Projects. With:Benoît Broisat, Sessa Englund, David Horvitz, Farah Khelil + Antoine Lefebvre Editions, Nicole Reber, Paul Soulellis. April 1-May 8.

1329 Willoughby Ave, #2
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
Weight Over Time: Joy Curtis and Terence Hannum. curated by Vincent Como. April 1 – May 8.

It's the Little Things That Matter, Inna Babaeva's recent work is a series of interventions with IKEA furniture and their store displays, an ongoing body of work called IKEA Invasions. May 13 – June 26.
Opening: Saturday May 21, 6-9.
87 Richardson St.
Sat-Sun 1pm - 6pm
Slow Hello: Andrew D. Moeller and Sun You. February 19th – March 21.

581 Woodward Ave. Ridgewood Queens
718 600-5417
Fri-Sun-1 - 6
Untitled, Drawings and other works on paper by David Scher and Benji Whalen with Ben Godward in the garden. April 15-May 15

56 Bogart Street
Thurs-Sun, 1-6pm
Perennial Millennial , Nic Rad. A group of gestural assemblages incorporating pop culture and textual tropes root this series in the language and preoccupations of social media and Internet culture. April 1 – May 8.

1109 Dekalb Ave
Sundays 1–5
I'll be your mirror, Terri Phillips, Linda Robinson, Laura Parker, and Maureen O'Leary. April 30-May 1.
Opening: Saturday April 30, 7-10.


Bedford-Stuyvesant Galleries
American Medium
424 Gates Ave.
+1 201 396 7642
Th-Sun 12 PM - 5 PM
A Formidable Daughter, Ann Hirsch. February 12th - March 20th, 2016

Brian Khek, March 25th - May 1st.
ARTs East New York Inc.
851 Hegeman Ave.

Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue
718 735-4400
Tues-Sun, 10-5
Our City, a contemporary artists that examines the components that make up a neighborhood. Children will take on the roles of urban planners, artists, architects, and visionaries as they talk about the places they call home. Our City includes artwork by Aisha Cousins, Brooklyn Hi-Art Machine (Oasa Duverney and Mildred Beltre), Elizabeth Hamby, James Rojas, Priscilla Stadler, and Rusty Zimmerman. March 10 to September 4.

Good Work Gallery
1100 Broadway
Kabinet Materia, works by Stewart Losee. March 19th - May 1.

112 Rogers Ave. #2
24 hours window
pieces of a puzzle, Nina Meledandri.

happylucky no.1
734 Nostrand Avenue
Wednesday, Friday 11-5, Saturday-Sunday, 12-6
Wild Seeds. A month long show which includes 27 artists, a library, community think -tank, book-making workshops, readings, screenings and performances. In collaboration with Temporary Agency. Participating Artists Annie Berman, Marissa Bluestone, Jon Bonfiglio, Clara Darrason, Priyanka Dasgupta, Constance De Jong, D'achi Cole, Andrew Erdos, Angel Favorite, Shawn Fraser, Christina Freeman, Gage of the Boone, Rebecca Goyette, Deana Lee, Riitta Ikonen, Kevin Kelly, Devin Kenny, Lee Von Kraus, Chad Marshall, Jasmine Murrell, Alex Petrowsky, Shellyne Rodriguez, Salpy Semerdjian, Sienna Shields, Elizabeth Tubergen, Candice Williams, Marisa Williamson, Ariel Zakarison.

495 Rogers Avenue
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm

House of Art Gallery
408 Marcus Garvey Blvd.
347 663-8195
Tues.-Sunday, 2-7
The People Could Fly: Royalty without Riches. Quilts by Bisa Butler. Feb 13- March 26.

Skylight Gallery
1368 Fulton St
Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 1-6

The Bishop
916 Bedford Avenue
703 888 7591
Thurs-Friday 11-6, Sat 12-6
She Got Aim, celebrates women in art(specifically photography) and their significance to the evolution of the art world. The exhibit highlights three very talented, yet extremely distinct female photographers. Victoria Ford of Sneakshot, Brittani Sensabaugh of Brittsense and Judy Mauer will display approximately 20 works, all capturing unique moments in time, each with their own style and agenda.

Tomato House
301 Saratoga Avenue
Saturday 1-6



Dumbo/Downtown Galleries
--DUMBO First Thursday--
First Thursday Gallery WalkAll galleries and cultural institutions stay open late.
Opening: Thursday May 05, 6-9.
A.I.R. Gallery
155 Plymouth Street
Tues-Sun 12-6
Currents 2016/ Do You Hear What I Hear? Curated by Anthony Elms. With: Emilie Atkinson, Lise Baggensen, Anna Campbell, Elaine Erne, Mary Giancoli, Kathie Halfin, Allison Janae Hamilton, Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, Esther Naor, Cristie Neptune, Barbara Polster, Kate Russo, Kathy Shapiro, Theresa Sterner, Alexandra Tsocanos, Daniela Kostova. Loose, Daniela Kostova. March 17 - April 17.

Espial, Jane Swavely. Paved Over and Other Stories, Shadi Harouni. On Refusal, Kameelah Janan Rasheed. April 21 - May 22.
Opening: Thursday April 21, 6-8.
Art In General
145 Plymouth Street
Tuesday-Saturday, 12-6pm
Shifters, Becca Albee, Colleen Asper, Beatriz Balanta, Cara Benedetto, Mary Walling Blackburn, Danielle Dean, Sophia Le Fraga, Jonah Groeneboer, Gordon Hall, and Marika Kandelaki. April 23–June 25, 2016
Opening: Friday April 22, 6-8. Performances Cara Benedetto, Wet Herds: April 22, 6-8pm

Performance by Gordon Hall, AND PER SE AND.
Opening: Friday May 06, 6-9.
Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street
Fri, Sun 12 – 5; Sat 10 – 5
Brooklyn Americans: Hockey's Forgotten Promise. Sept 21-March 27, 2016. Brooklyn Sewers: What’s Up Down There? June 9- May 29, 2016. Personal Correspondents: Photography and Letter Writing in Civil War Brooklyn. April 9-Spring 2016.

Gallery Gaia
79 Hudson Avenue
Sat-Sun. 1-6
Fact or Fiction - a show featuring the work of three artists: Greg Edmondson, Brandon Anshultz, and Michael Behle. April 7 - May 1.

Samsara - an installation featuring the work of Hongjung Park. May 5th-29th.
Opening: Thursday May 05, 6-8.
Issue Project Room
22 Boerum Place

Klompching Gallery
89 Water Street
Wed-Sat 11-6pm
Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz, Richard Tuschman. March 2–April 9.

Long Island University/Humanities Gallery
LIU Brooklyn 1 University Plaza Brooklyn,
9-6pm (m-f) & 12-6 (Sat.)
Sirens, Drawing upon patterns from nature such as ocean currents and turbid water, Etty Yaniv's site responsive installation transforms the LIU unique oval space into a diorama of abstracted and intricate seascape made of discarded materials. April 18-May 27.
Opening: Friday April 29, 6-8.Julie Tesser, Kira Nam Greene, and Rene Lynch.
Masters Projects, Inc
91 Water St.
YOK & SHERYO, 11.19.15 – 01.01.16

Irving Penn: Women Wariors. 02.13.16 – 04.09.16.
Minus Space
16 Main St.
Weds-Sat 12-6pm
David Thomas.April 16 - May 28.

Rabbithole Projects
33 Washington St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

Smack Mellon
92 Plymouth St
Wed-Sun 12-6
(Signal) Curated by Alexis Heller. Participating Artists: Jess T. Dugan, Anahita Ghazvinizadeh, Nicki Green, Rhys Ernst & Zackary Drucker, Young Joon Kwak, Carlos Motta, Cobi Moules, Chelsea Thompto, Gil Yefman, Rona Yefman. March 5 – April 17.

Kentucky Derby Party and Art Auction. To benefit Smack Mellon Programs. For $300 you and your guest will attend the best Derby Party outside Louisville and you will bring home an original work of art. Guests bet on horses, which determines the order in which the artwork is selected during the raffle. Betting window opens at 4pm and closes at 5:30.
Opening: Saturday May 07, 4pm.
United Photo Industries
16 Main St.
Monday - Friday, 11-6
I’m Sorry, Leyla, Sinan Tuncay: I’m Sorry, Leyla is an ensemble of both still and moving imagery, as well as the eclectic product of the cultures that Tuncay has constantly experienced. His work explores gender through the conflict between modernity and religious conservatism and East-oriented cosmopolitanism and West-oriented Turkish nationalism. Projecting gigantic to miniature, public to private; the show is an attempt to explore the subject of gender as it is fetishized around female virginity and the heteronormative image of masculinity.



Boerum Hill Galleries
247365 Brooklyn
131 Huntington St.
Sat-Sun, noon-6
Shooting The Breeze, Leidy Churchman, Miles Huston, Kate Levant, Rose Marcus. Jon Pilkington, Butterfingers. 4/22–5/22.
Opening: Friday April 22, 6-9.
490 Atlantic Gallery
490 Atlantic Ave.
Tues. - Sat. 2:00 - 6:00
New Work, Ron Taylor, Scott Endsley.

Brooklyn Workshop Gallery
393 Hoyt Street
Thurs-Fri 1 - 6, Sat-Sun 11 - 7
Slow Art Day, curated by Jeanne Heifetz. With: Lorrie Fredette, Ellen Grossman, James Austin Murray, Jaanika Peerna, Tamir Zinn.

Whatever Moves You.with Brian Carey Chung & friends.
Opening: Friday April 22, 7:30-9:00.
Court Tree Collective
371 Court Street
ki·net·ic, Sui Park, Anthony Tino, Ben Garthus, Mike Sorgatz, Toni Ann Serratelli.

The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen St
Thu-Sun 1-7pm
Anima, The multi-sensory exhibition Anima is a meditation on the divide between Man and Animal and a reflection on the concept of the soul as told through a legendary Lacandon figure, K’in Obregon. Rauder Threader (Red Thread in Icelandic) features the work of Brooklyn-based artists Andrea DeFelice and Ryan Frank who examine time and space through the transparent structure of the Glass House. March 5 – April 14.



Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Galleries
321 Gallery
321 Washington Avenue
Saturday 12-5
Labor of Love, Sophy Naess. April 9 - May 21.

BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Ave.
(718) 636-4100
Open during BAMcafé hours and by appointment
The Arch of My Eye’s Orbit, Curated by Hrag Vartanian, featuring work by Anila Quayyum Agha, Kamrooz Aram, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, and Slavs and Tatars. Through June 5th.

BRIC House
647 Fulton Street
Tue-Sun 10-8pm
TSA site-specific installation by artist Tirtzah Bassel, in the hallway, curated by Jenny Gerow. March 7 - May 22. Whisper Or Shout, Artists in the Social Sphere. Curated by Elizabeth Ferrer. With Artists: Sol Aramendi, Matt Black, Taeyoon Choi, Alicia Grullon,Brendan Fernandes, Interference Archive, Kameelah Janan Rasheed,Shaun Leonardo, and Kenneth Pietrobono. March 16 - May 1.

Corridor Gallery
334 Grand Ave
Tue-Thu 10-6, Fri-Sat 12-6
Migration Through Printmaking, features Francks F. Décéus, Ellen Coleman Izzo, Mishele Lesser, and Jennifer Mack-Watkins, and Mary Westring. Curated by Sami Mordecai Elderazi. Everyday Redefined, features artists: Olaniyi Akindiya, Jackie Branson, Pia Coronel, Niki Lederer, Valerie Piraino, and Margot Spindelman. Curated by Rachel Rath. March 13th to April 17.

Black Magic, Roger Bonair-Agard - Arnold Butler - Delphine Fawundu - Soraya Jean Louis-McElroy - Charles Jean-Pierre - OddKINCreate - DJ Underdog - Curated by Niama Safia Sandy. April 24 - May 22.
Opening: Sunday April 24, 4-6.
Guild Greene Gallery
281 Greene Avenue
Thurs-Sat, 2-8, Sun, 12-6
Susan Rowland. Ceramic sculpture, botanical monoprints and mixed media.

80 Hanson Place
Wed-Sun 12-7pm
Dreaming of Kin.

Ouchi Gallery
170 Tillary Street, Suite 507
(347) 987-4606
Tues 7-10, Weds-Sun 12-6
JCAT SHOWCASE 12, Jun Kawashima / Live Painting + Dance Performance!

Tea, Sweets, Music + Art Party! Inaugural event in our new space in Brooklyn in this super-hip loft near MetroTech and NYU Polytech.
Pratt Institute Galleries
200 Willoughby Avenue, Chemistry Building 1st floor
Mon-Fri, 11am-5pm
Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #990 is rarely produced, the Pratt Institute fine art students were determined to take on the challenge of re-creating this highly-detailed, large-scaled (10 feet by 20 feet) installation of Wall Drawing #990 in the Alumni Reading Room of Pratt Institute’s Library

647 Fulton Street
Tues-Sat 12-6pm
Render: Responding to Glass highlights the visual complexity of glass and its unique challenges to artists grappling with its representation in two-dimensional media. Curated by Rachel Nackman. Exhibiting artists include: Graham Caldwell, Benjamin Degen, Diana Drake, Susan Hamburger, John McDevitt King, Stefanie Pender, Mia Rosenthal, Celeste Wilson, and Lia Zuvilivia. February 24th-April 30th.
Opening: Thursday April 21, 7pm. artist Kambui Olujimi, who will speak about his new work in glass in his exhibition Solastalgia, which deals with violence, gentrification and the rapidly changing city.

Wavy Functions is a collection of objects and images with which artist James Corporan attempts to contemplate and internalize the bizarre nature of reality. Graham Caldwell. June 1-July 30, 2016. Opening reception June 1st, 6-8pm. Artist Graham Caldwell creates works that explore emergence and surveillance through pieces that open up under observation and produce a slowed down interaction with the viewer.
Opening: Tuesday May 24, 6-8. 2016 Gala & Auction.


Park Slope/Gowanus Galleries
440 Gallery
440 6th Ave
Thu-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-7
Pachamama, Sculpture and Collage by Karen Gibbons April 28 – May 29.
Opening: Friday April 29, 6-9.
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Pkwy
Wed-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 11-6, First Sat of the month
Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland, 1861–2008 Nov 20–March 13. Agitprop! Dec 11- August 7. Stephen Powers: Coney Island Is Still Dreamland (To a Seagull) Nov 20-March 13. Forever Coney: Photographs from the Brooklyn Museum Collection. Nov 20-March 13. KAWS: Along the Way through March 27.

First SaturdayOpening: Wednesday May 04, 5-11.
Cathouse Proper
524 Court Street
Fri & Sat 12-6pm and by appointment
Dismal Dreaming, Michael Ashkin, a dual space solo exhibition. March 26 - June 6
Opening: Friday April 22, 7-10.
Ethan Pettit Gallery
10 Eighth Avenue Suite 3
Spring Salon, Group show of gallery artists. Todd Bienvenu, Tracia Burton, Ken Butler, Robert Egert, Patricia Fabricant, Chris Fiore, Barbara Friedman, Rafael Fuchs, Jan Holthoff, Richard Humann, Konstantin Lange, Gili Levy, Rafael Gomez Luna, Mari Oshima, David Rich, Sonam Rinzin, Eva Schicker, Alkemikal Soshu, Patrick Todd. March 12-July 2.

558 St. John's Place
Thu-Sun 1-6pm
Fences and Neighbors, Janet Goldner, installation. April 10-May 15.

Baby, said Alice B. Toklas...An experiment in self-performing theater by Hanne Tierney. This 15-minute performance takes place in the studio adjacent to the FiveMyles gallery space. It can be activated on-demand by simply pressing the "start" button. The engineering of the robot brain was designed by Oskar Strautmanis.April 23rd - May 15th
Opening: Saturday April 23, 5pm.
Gowanus Ballroom
55 9th Street, Building 61
Fri 6pm-1am, Sat 3pm-1am, Sun 12pm–5pm

Gowanus Print Lab
54 Second Avenue
Beginning’s end,

Ground Floor Gallery
343 5th Street (off 5th Avenue)
Thurs-Fri, 2-6 Sat 12-6, Sun 12-5
Take 3, Bayeté Ross Smith, Huguette Ampudia, Jaanika Peerna, Jaynie Crimmins, Renee Phillips, Ryan Oskin "Take 3: Our Third Anniversary Exhibition" at Ground Floor Gallery

Morbid Anatomy Museum
424A 3rd Ave (Corner of 7th St)
House of Wax: Anatomical, Pathological, and Ethnographic Waxworks from Castan’s Panopticum, Berlin, . Curated by Ryan Matthew Cohn of TV’s “Oddities”. October 23, 2015 – May 30, 2016.

Open Source
306 17th St.
Wednesdays-Saturdays, 2-7pm
Sole Exchange, Sole Exchange explores the intersection between live performance and representational form, utilizing social practices that enhance intersubjectivity and exhibiting paintings and drawings by HAI studio members, which aim to disrupt cultural polarization and destigmatize mental health issues. April 2-29. Artist Talk: Francis Palazzolo "Sole Exchange: Artist Talk" at Open Source
Opening: Thursday April 21, 7-9pm. Artist's talk

How to Build a Fire: Flying Shoes.storytellers have been invited to explore the theme “Flying Shoes.” Featuring: Erica Rivaflowz Buddington, Stacie Evans, Fred McKindra, Rajat Singh, Ray Volta, Michael A. Youmans.
Opening: Thursday April 28, 8-10. In Her Absence I Created Her Image. Photography collective Rawiya presents "In Her Absence I Created Her Image," an exhibit of documentary photography at Open Source Gallery that will explore the lives of communities and individuals in the Middle East through documentary photography, focusing on social, political, and human rights issues across Arab countries. May 7-28. Opening Reception: May 7, 7-9pm

Ortega y Gasset Projects
363 Third Avenue
1-6pm, Sat & Sun
Pass / Fail. Featuring the works of Adam Ekberg, Robert Otto Epstein, Leif Low-Beer, Erin O'Keefe, Gabrielle Roth, Megan Stroech andDenise Treizman, PASS / FAIL addresses themes of impermanence, failure, disorientation and the slapstick. Curated by Will Hutnick. Concurrently, a site-specific installation by Devin Balara, Probable Lots, opens the same night in OyG's Vestibule. Probable Lots materializes the artist’s larger curiosity about nature’s potential for spontaneous self-domestication.

165 7th Street
Tuesday-Friday 1pm-6pm
Drawing Lines Across Mediums Olga Valle Tetkowski the guest curator. March 22-April 22.

Soapbox Gallery
636 Dean Street
24 hours window
I Spy A Bag, Mobile Steam Unit Music Band & Bag it! Screening with AllOurEnergy. Organized by Dorothee Pierrard.

Trestle Gallery
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor (Buzz #35)
Mon-Fri 11-6
Laughing Out Loud, co-curated by Rhia Hurt & Katerina Lanfranco. With: Nadine Beauharnois - Todd Bienvenu - Caroline Chandler - Ari Eshoo - Seth Kaufman - Christina Kelly - Jen Nista- Archie Rand - Kameelah Rasheed - Michael Scoggins - Emilie Selden - Petra Valentova - Daniel Wiener - Crys Yin.

Trestle Projects
400 3rd Avenue
Saturday 1-6
Modern Oracles , features drawings and paintings by Malado Baldwin, Monica Carrier, Christina Ondros, Linnea Paskow, and Melanie Vote. Modern Oracles exhibits pictorial, text-based, and symbolic images which dive below the surface of image making to find patterns that challenge the viewer to connect with their own deeper psyche.


Sunset Park Galleries
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery
Art and Science Building, 2001 Oriental Blvd
Daumier's Paris: Caricature and Cultural Trauma in the Age of Haussmann. Curated by Jennifer Pride, a scholar of nineteenth-century art at Florida State University, this exhibition reveals how Daumier expressed this shared national trauma through his lithographs, many published in the satirical magazine Le Charivari. April 20 - May 18.

Directions 2016: Annual Student Art Exhibition. May 25-June 22.
NARS Foundation
201 46th St, 4th Floor
Mon-Fri, 1-5; Sat-Sun by appt.
Artistic Developments: Artists And The Language Of Real Estate, Curator: Katherine Gressel. March 11 – April 8. .

Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th St
Thursday-Saturday 1-5; August:
ARS NOVA,Mitch Patrick, Michael Watson, Athena LaTocha, Kenneth E. Parris III, Linda Lee Nicholas, Julio Jose Austria, Suyeon Na, Syd Glasser, Tirtzah Bassel, Carl Auge, Nicholas Fraser. January 14 - Saturday, February 20.


Red Hook Galleries
499 Van Brunt St
Sat-Sun, 1-6

Hot Wood Arts
481 Van Brunt #9B (2nd floor)
Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm

Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street
Thu-Sun 12-5pm
100 Works on Paper Benefit. Opening: Saturday May 21, 6pm.
Peninsula Art Space
352 Van Brunt St
12-7pm Th-Sun
Bodies of Wood, ROWAN RENEE (AKA ROBYN RENEE HASTY) presents a series of self-portraits exploring their relationship to their father, a convicted pedophile, five years after his death in prison. . Curated by Walker Waugh. April 7, 2016 - May 15.

Pioneer Works
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn NY 11231
Weds-Sun, 12-6
Redwood, Taking place in an indeterminate, “post present” future, Molly Lowe’s film Redwood portrays a young woman who receives a memory transplant from her grandmother who is suffering from dementia. March 11 - April 24
Opening: Sunday May 01, 7-10. Village Fete. Tickets $1,000.

Second Sundays. a monthly series of open studios, live music, and site-specific interventions presented by Pioneer Works the second Sunday of every month. The series showcases artists in residence along with musical performances and DJs, curated by Olivier Conan.