Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: Chaos in motion
Neighborhood: Bay RidgeSummary: I produce interdisciplinary work based in tapestry, sculpture and painting. I investigate themes of
human interdependence and the "weight" of personality. My pieces often call viewers into an
individual relationship to the works.
Neighborhood: FlatbushSummary: Photographer with a focus on portraiture and lifestyle
Summary: The figurative image is one of the common themes in my work. Enlarging, breaking down and
reassembling images with a clear goal of provoking both discomfort and admiration in the piece
itself, and by extension, within its viewer.
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: In my drawings, paintings, and installations I utilize mapping to expand the ephemeral landscape
of remembered places.
Summary: My work uses non-traditional materials that explores the complexities and diseases of the brain.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: Caldwell makes sculpture installations and collage-based paintings from reclaimed and collected
materials, that speak anywhere from architecture to botany. Strong color and an ephemeral nature
are consistent in her work.
Neighborhood: Coney IslandSummary: these photographs document the daily life and different facets of this rapidly-changing neighborhood
we call coney island.
Summary: I make work that tries to reflect the complex relationship that humans have to nature, both
perilous and beautiful, and contradictory as we struggle to see ourselves as animals who have a
tenuous relationship to life as do all animals.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: My work is the product of a multidisciplinary approach with the purpose of bringing together form
and content. I am fascinated by the beauty and the unusual latent in our ordinary surroundings.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: I am an abstract artist put here to awaken, heal the sleepwalkers .
Neighborhood: Sunset ParkSummary: Anthony Graves and Carla Herrera-Prats use performance and scenography—combining sculpture,
photography, painting, and video—to create gallery installations that describe contemporary labor,
power, and production.
Neighborhood: FlatbushSummary: Adrian is Brooklyn-based, conservatory-trained theater-performance-media artist currently
pursuing his MFA at Brooklyn College's Performance & Interactive Media Arts program.
Neighborhood: KensingtonSummary: I use kids toys and common household objects to make paintings. My first major solo show in NY was called “Remote Control” at Roebling Hall Gallery in 2009. The paintings were made with remote control cars.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: My interdisciplinary practice explores natural systems of the body/its environment and how this is subjectively translated through our senses, employing a wide variety of techniques and materials ranging from X-rays to ice to paint.
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: The work of Ai Campbell celebrates the compelling nature of art’s most basic elements,
using the monochromatic colors of black and white to amplify positive negative spaces
through the contrast.
Neighborhood: Windsor TerraceSummary: Photography, most from travel, in search of resonance.
The explores the collusion between nature and science.
Based on nature's sculptured forms Campbell induces new
definitions through fragmented objects, bending forms, concepts
and connotations of the everyday natural systems.
Neighborhood: Fort GreeneSummary: Natalia de Campos is a multidisciplinary artist working in performance, theater, text, sound, video, interactive media, and translation. Since 1999, she creates works in New York also under “Syncretic Pleasures”.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: Motivational artist, Ramona Candy, infuses her works with color and movement as she choreographs on paper and canvas.
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