Nov
1
to Nov 30

Reused & Recycled

Juried by Jean Shin

What is the relationship between recycling and art? We constantly seek out ways to deal with what we produce, consume, and discard. The aesthetic potential of trash is well established in artistic practice. It has had its place in avant-garde since the early twentieth century, when Marcel Duchamp introduced the idea of the readymade: discarded, modified works, remanufactured and displayed as an art. Site:Brooklyn is seeking artists whose practice continues to investigate the relationship between discarded materials and art. We are looking for works across all mediums

About the Juror:
Jean Shin is nationally recognized for her monumental installations that transform everyday objects into elegant expressions of identity and community. Her work has been widely exhibited in over 150 major museums and cultural institutions, including solo exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington DC.


Artists:

Marcelo Macedo, Kate Rivers, Gabriel J. Shuldiner, Marcia Boyajian, Melissa Joseph, Lisa Hein, Darlyn Susan Yee, Laura, Petrovich-Cheney, Doerte Weber, Jessica Moon Bernstein, Rebecca Siemering, Cecil Howell, Mari Skarp-Bogli, Kathy Greenwood, Susan Avishai, Christine Chin, Minsung Keyoung, Abby Cheney, Samuel Schwindt, Sandra Eula Lee, Mary Wong, Claire Watson, Oki Fukunaga, Carol Diamond, Rima Day, Kate Rusek, Jeff Wallace, Sarah Clough, Anastasia Komarova, Emily Newman


Rebecca Siemering

Rebecca Siemering

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Nov
1
to Nov 30

Monochrome

Katherine Earle

Katherine Earle

Juried by Donna Harkavy
Monochromic works are works of art in black and white or in varying tones of a single color. By reducing their color palettes artists can to push the viewer to think about the work in a new way, understand a new concept or subject. Site:Brooklyn is looking for monochrome works across all mediums and utilizing all processes.

About the Juror:
Donna Harkavy is a New York-based independent curator. She began her curatorial career at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and later worked as Exhibitions Coordinator at ICI in New York. From 1990-1995 Ms. Harkavy was Curator of Contemporary Art at the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts, where she founded the contemporary art program. She is currently on the Board of Trustees of the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, Foster Pride, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Projects and the Raoul Hague Foundation.


Artists:
Sharon Harper, Mel Reese, David Gladden, Stephen Cimini, Michael Darough, Eric Dever, Antonio Bokel, Steven Parton, R Esau, Ali Hval, Sarabeth Domal, Pavel Muller, Jeffrey Lewis, Pamela Shipley, Annell Livingston, James Wade, Ricky Armendariz, Mis Kyrene, Donna Garcia, Sung Won Yun, Ed Grant, Katie Sehr, Paula Elliott, Katie Evans, Jen Urso, David Abecassis, Stuart Lehrman, Keiko Hiromi, Susan Shaw, Mary Newton, Sam Koren, Sam Elkind, Jody Cukier, Nancy Koenigsberg, Sarah Fagan, Kenneth Salome, Erin Stafford, Katherine Salome, Erin Stafford, Katherine Colborn, Jose Arvelo, Wesley Berg, George Turner, Léna Piani, Carol Baum, Rachel Gardner, Sean Gallagher, Leslie Simon, Thibault Roland, Katherine Earle, Sarah Hull, Barbara Barnhart, Erica Green, Laura Ahola-Young, John Keatley, Miller Opie, Joseph Kameen, Lauren Chambers, Joan Easton, Eric Kunsman, Claire HarnEnz, Michel Pierre Lachance, Jill Christian, Michelle Bablitz

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