Art

December, 2011

Art

Write on! Graffiti legends relive the past in new gallery show

It’s all at FiveMyles this weekend. Comment.

November, 2011

BoroBeat

‘Well’ wisher! DUMBO artist tends to giant spring in Cadman Park

Leonard Ursachi is the first to admit that he’s obsessed with water wells. Comment.
Prospect Heights

Glass houses! Check at the artwork — yes, artwork — at the Botanic Garden

And it’s indoors, too! Comment.
Prospect Heights

Nude awakening! Brooklyn Museum shows work that was banned in D.C.

The most controversial art exhibit in America is coming to Brooklyn on Nov. 18. Comment.

October, 2011

Art

Modern times! New Brooklyn Museum show explores Jazz Age art

After nearly five years of preparation, the Brooklyn Museum is finally ready to unveil its 100-plus piece exhibition honoring modernity, technology, and progress — but you can forget iPhone photos, iPad doodles and Cory Arcangel-type Nintendo sculptures; this is modernity, 1920s style. Comment.
Carroll Gardens

Micro Museum is a giant at 25 years

The tiny museum with a big personality hailed its silver success with an anniversary party on Smith Street. Comment.
Park Slope

Zen, art and motorcycle maintenance

Vax Moto repair shop hosts a cool art exhibition. But put the pedal to the metal — it’s almost over. Comment.

September, 2011

Williamsburg

Call it ‘Williams-bird’! Artist plasters neighborhood with flying friends

Erik Berglin is turning Williamsburg into his own personal aviary. Comment.
Prospect Heights

A ‘Biggers’ bang on race relations at the Brooklyn Museum

A mid-career retrospective on Sandford Biggers shows off this gutsy and whimsical artist. Comment.
DUMBO

DUMBO’s art weekend turns a neighborhood into a gallery

This weekend, DUMBO’s quiet streets will turn into a playground of giant love letters, blindfolded wrestling, a fluorescent Walt Whitman — and even a 3D universe on the Manhattan Bridge. Comment.

July, 2011

Bay Ridge

Big Easy, this wasn’t — artist paints his way through New Orleans

Joseph Milazzo shows off his latest one-topic works. Comment.

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