Join us Friday May 10th from 7-10pm for a special Frieze Art Fair Edition of Williamsburg Every Second.
Enjoy newly installed exhibitions, show receptions & an afterparty at Brooklyn Oenology’s Winery Tasting Room*. Friday evening in Williamsburg is the place to be: “seven @SEVEN 2” opening at The Boiler: this new model of an artfair, featues seven galleries from New York and London. Parker’s Box celebrates its 100th exhibition, The Front Room gallery opens Ross Racine’s “Left at Crystal Brook Boulevard.” evening with a reception with the artist. Pernod Absinthe features it’s “Frieze” cocktail at select galleries throughout the evening. Keep track of where you have visited and galleries you would like to see with the Art and Absinthe Mobile App. Wrap up your evening of artgoing at Brooklyn Oenology’s Winery Tasting Room for the official afterparty.
And check out additional events at many galleries all weekend long!
ON VIEW: The Surrogate Space
A two-person show featuring the work of Jerry Blackman and Scott Goodman. The show is comprised of new paintings and sculptures that explore the functionality of utilitarian objects, and the problems inherent in their representation. Through the use of domestic and architectural images, the artists have created a world that is familiar, yet one warped by irrational and contradictory impulses.
101 Grand Steet
ON VIEW: “Recent Drawings” by Jacques Roch and “Looking Back”
Featuring works by: Jennifer Baker, John Boone, Manuela Filiaci, Nicola Ginzel, Katherine Koos, Alexandra Limpert, Jenny Lynn McNutt, Doug Parry, Elizabeth Riggle, Farah Salehi, Yolanda Shashaty, Kathleen Vance, Patrick Whalen
107-A N3rd Street
ON VIEW: Tales
Featuring the works of 4 artists who illustrate selected scenes from their imaginary world and telling stories to us with a non-verbal expression – creation of art. Hope our friends and neighbors enjoy these art pieces and it reminds us the time when we loved picture books and fairy-tales in our childhood. Artists: Sara Duarte, Andrea Lauren, Tracey Long and Christine Roussey
191 North 14th Street
ON VIEW: seven @ SEVEN 2
Expanding its model of a collaborative platform for presenting and experiencing contemporary art, SEVEN will hold its second New York area exhibition in Williamsburg, Brooklyn at The Boiler. Galleries presenting will be Pierogi, Postmasters, PPOW, BravinLee, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Feature Inc
Open hours Thursday – Sunday from 12-6pm and by appt.
209 Wythe Avenue
ON VIEW: Paintings and Works on Paper by Sonomi Kobayashi
A solo exhibition of paintings and works on paper by artist Sonomi Kobayashi, whose work appears on BOE’s newly released 2010 Chardonnay wine.
158 Roebling Street
ON VIEW: Chasing Rainbows by Kello Denato
Chasing Rainbows features a series of new works by Brooklyn-based artist Kelly Denato, in what will be her first solo exhibition at Bunnycutlet. Denato’s characters are often floating and entangled, drawn with a masterfully delicate illustrator’s hand and an eye for the whimsically sardonic.
COTTON CANDY MACHINE
235 South 1st Street
ON VIEW: “Number of the Beast”
Live Painting with Buff Monster, L’Amour Supreme and David M Cook on Cotton Candy Machine’s new Roebling Wall public art space.
168 North 6th Street
ON VIEW: Dwarfs & Giants, New York City in the Early 1900’s,
This exhibition highlights a handful of these prominent artists who’s works on paper, created roughly 100 years ago, honor the energy and excitement of the ever changing New York City skyline with the unique and creative people who made this city so remarkable.
FRONT ROOM GALLERY
147 Roebling Street
ON VIEW: “Ross Racine: Left at Crystal Brook Boulevard”
A solo exhibition of works on paper by Ross Racine. Racine depicts realistic aerial views of fictional suburban communities, which amplify an awareness of modern choices in building and living styles.
106 North 1st Street
ON VIEW: Mushroom Hunter
New works by Chris Martin, Katharina Grosse, and Joanne Greenbaum.
339 Bedford Avenue
ON VIEW: DTRT x TOYOIL
A collaborative cross-media show and pop-up shop combining package design by Crosspoint New York, illustration and sculpture by local artist team TOYOIL, and new men’s skin care line DTRT, created by Dr.Jart+.
177 North 9th Street
ON VIEW: Fourteen Drawings and One Painting Perpetually Shown by James Esber
The Other Kind by Tony Fitzpatrick
193 Grand Street
ON VIEW: Reaching 100
This will be the 100th exhibition and the final show at this location. A selection of work/ artists that we’ve shown over the last thirteen years on Grand Street in Williamsburg including:Ophir Agassi, Beatriz Barral, Virginie Barré, John Bjerklie, Matt Blackwell, Willard Boepple, Steven Brower, Denis Castellas, Jason Glasser, Patrick Martinez, Philippe Nuell, Bruno Peinado, Mike Rogers, Stefan Sehler, Joshua Stern.
28 Frost Street
ON VIEW: Uncharted Waters: REVERSE 2013
Through the appropriation of old maps and travel images or the translation of cartographic postulations into three-dimensional spaces, Uncharted Waters: REVERSE 2013 – the inaugural exhibition of members of the REVERSE Artist Community – presents works that explore novel ways of traversing the boundaries of our everyday environments. On May 10th, CHiKA and Gentleman’s Game – artists of the current exhibition – will collaborate in a video projection that will cover the gallery’s storefront, accompanied by a DJ set by Pablo Martin (tom tom club, fuzzanova)
319 Bedford Avenue
THE ART POP-UP SHOP
127 Bedford Avenue@Mark Kaminski Medical
ON VIEW: 24/7 Pop Up Window
A 24/7 pop-up window featuring photographic works by Coco Dolle, ‘Kerhonkson Rose’ and ‘Utah Cottons’ will be on display until June 8th. This showcase explores the concept of commercial display for art and questions the definitions of private/public art.
244 North 6th Street
ON VIEW: Banned in D.C.
Organized by Mark Dagley. This exhibition includes the work of twenty-two artists whose connections with the Washington D.C./Baltimore art scene are multifaceted. Henry Brown, Lori Ellison, Avis Fleming, Robert Franklin Gates, Cynthia Bickley-Green, Colin Greenly, Dan Yellow Kuhne, Alix Lambert, Chris Martin, Ed McGowin, Howard Mehring, Paul Reed, Charlotte Robinson, Robin Rose, Eric Rudd, Roy Slade, Carroll Sockwell, Melissa Staiger, Robert Swain, Joan Waltemath, Thornton Willis, Ed Zerne
209 Wythe Ave
Brooklyn Oenology (EN-ology, or simply ‘BOE’), the locally focused winery which displays emerging work by NYC artists on its wine labels, is pleased to host the Official After Party for Williamsburg Every:2nd Friday’s Frieze Art Fair night on May 10th! Come on down to the Brooklyn Oenology Tasting Room, located on Wythe Ave. at N. 3rd St., where BOE will be offering $2 off glasses of all BOE wines, and BOE 2:1 drinks with an art show ticket or wristband .