We are proud and honored to have teamed up with Assemblymember Robert Carroll to showcase member artwork at his storefront-office at 416 Seventh Avenue, near 14th Street, in Park Slope. We plan to have a rotating selection of member artwork, with shows changing every two months or so. Stop by and check out our work.
Artist/Educator Howard Skrill will be reading from his latest book-length monograph “Damnatio Memoriae” at the ArtSlope PopUp Gallery on Saturday, Sept 24 at 4pm. Skrill’s artwork is on display along with 22 artists from the Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists group.
This reading, taken from Skrill’s “Damnatio Memoriae”, is about the destruction of public monuments and how the destroyed sculptures are discarded in public plazas and museums throughout New York City. The reading specifically speaks about sculptor Mac Moinne’s work Civic Virtue over Unrighteousness, as it moved from Manhattan’s City Hall Park to a fountain at the Kew Gardens subway station to a location in Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery. Howard Skrill’s drawing of Civic Virtue , shown above, is on display as part of the gallery exhibition.
Location: ArtSlope PopUp Gallery 575 Fifth Ave, between 15th St & 16th St, Brooklyn.
Date/Time: Saturday Sept 24, at 4:00 pm
A Pop-Up Gallery of Nine Days of Art! September 17 – 25th. 575 Fifth Avenue, corner of 16 Street in Park Slope Brooklyn. Artists will be onsite during the weekends 11am – 6pm & 12 – 6 weekdays to discuss their work and help you make purchases.
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Address: 575 Fifth Ave, corner of 16th Street in Brooklyn
Hours: Weekends 11am – 6 pm. Mon-Fri 12 – 6 pm.
Subway: R train to Prospect Ave
Bus: B-63 on 5th Avenue
Acknowledgement: A big thanks to the 5th Avenue Committee and to ArtSlope for making the “Kumon” space a home for PSWT Artists for the duration of the ArtSlope festival.
The ArtSlope experience has been wonderful. Thanks to the Park Slope Civic Council and the community of artists and businesses who gave huge amounts of time and energy to get this festival off the ground.
Landscape: A Sense of Place Curated exhibition at Site:Brooklyn.
Opening Wednesday, May 25, 2016 6:00 – 9:00pm
Show runs through June 26, 2016.
Site:Brooklyn, 165 7th Street, Gowanus, Brooklyn
Gallery artist Joy Makon is showing new work along with photographer David Stock and artist Vicki Behm in conjunction with Karen Gibbon’s solo show Pachamama. Show is closing on Sunday, May 29, 2016
440 Gallery 440 Sixth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn
Opening Thursday, February 18, 2016, 6pm-9pm at 440 Gallery in Park Slope. Joy Makon is one of six new members at the artist-run gallery and will be showing new watercolor paintings in this group show. There will be an artist talk on Sunday, February 28 at 4:40pm. Show runs until Sunday, March 20, 2016.