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647 Fulton St Brooklyn
+1 718 683 5600
Tuesday - Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm, Sunday: 12 - 6 pm
Na’ye Perez : What You Know Bout Love...
Feb 02 - Dec 23 2022 - 134 days left
Titled after the Pop Smoke song, this work can be viewed as an ode to the meteoric rise of the hip hop star and his recent tragic death at the age of 20, or a memorial to the many tragic deaths over the past two years due to Covid. Yet this large-scale landscape created by Cuban-Haitian-American painter Na’ye Perez is instead the backdrop, speaking to the overlooked, the everyday, the celebration of life and a community that gives rise to musicians like Pop and his Hip Hop style, Brooklyn Drill.
Rodrigo Valenzuela : New Works for a Post Worker’s World
Sep 21 - Dec 23 2022
Rodrigo Valenzuela works across photography, sculpture, installation, and video to construct scenes that function simultaneously as documents and fictions, and that examine industrial and post-industrial concepts of work and labor. Artist Reception: Wed, Sep 21, 7-9pm.
Sophia-Yemisi Adeyemo-Ross : Earth & Iron: Archival Visions of Land and Struggle
Sep 21 - Dec 23 2022
With painted and collaged images based on early twentieth-century colonial photography taken in West Africa and the Caribbean, Sophia-Yemisi Adeyemo-Ross reaches into the past to envision alternative futures. Artist Reception: Wed, Sep 21, 7-9pm.