Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Exhibits for Winter 2012/ 2013

      Pioneers of Bushwick: Enduring Portraits of Dignity      
Portraits by Daryl-Ann Saunders
Words by Bushwick Residents

In early 2013, several neighborhood venues in Bushwick, Brooklyn will present exhibitions of the Pioneers of Bushwick portrait series. Dates and times are indicated below and in this downloadable press release. I hope you'll visit one of them, sign the guest book and/or leave your feedback in the comments section below. Also, please share the link to this page on your facebook wall. Note: If you'd like periodic updates, join the mail list at the upper right of this page.

  • LOOM GALLERY (sponsored by Bushwick Community Darkroom)
    May 28 - July 08 2013 extended through July 29 2013
Solo exhibit ~ canvas photographs/ text
Mon-Sun 8am-9pm

Loom Building lobby, 1087 Flushing Avenue between Porter Street and Knickerbocker Avenue,
Brooklyn, NY 11237
Google Map (subway): L train to Morgan Ave or Jefferson St, walk several blocks.
The exhibit is also part of Bushwick Open Studios 2013 art festival the first weekend of June (May 31 - June 2nd)! 

    June 01 2012 - extended! May 25 2013
Solo exhibit ~ 12 canvas photographs/ text
24 hours a day/ 7 days a week

374 Stockholm Street between Wyckoff and St. Nicholas Avenues
Brooklyn, NY 11237 - ground floor, main hallway
Google Map (subway): L train to DeKalb (& Wyckoff), walk 2 bl to Stockholm Street.
Day or night, walk through the Wyckoff Avenue entrance to the reception desk and ask to see the exhibit. It's across the lobby atrium area in the main hallway. There's also a Starbucks in the the lobby!

Solo exhibit ~ 10 canvas photographs/ text  
Mon-Fri 7am-7pm, Sat 9am-7pm, Sun 10-5pm

214 Knickerbocker Avenue between Jefferson & Troutman Streets
Brooklyn, NY 11237
Google Map (subway): L train to Jefferson St (& Wyckoff), walk 2 bl to Knickerbocker Ave.
At this cozy cafe, enjoy the artwork with a hot beverage and a yummy, homemade cupcake! (Sweet & Shiny website announcement) 

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