About The Moon: Jarrod Beck, STAR FISH: ruby onyinyechi amanze 

Smack Mellon is pleased to present two solo exhibitions. Jarrod Beck's text, collaborative performances, and astounding site-specific installation comprise The Moon. For the duration of the exhibition, a 60-foot-diameter, handmade paper moon will hover over the gallery floor and reach upward into the coal trough ceiling infrastructure. ruby onyinyechi amanze presents STAR FISH: new large-scale, dimensional drawings. The work is part of an ongoing, non-linear narrative where aliens, hybrids, and ghosts reside in a magical world of constructed realities, memory, and make-believe. The exhibition ends, February 26th.

About Infrastructure: Land, Mind, Country Artists 

The exhibition, curated by Sharon Butler and Rachel Farber, aims to be an investigation of our nation, illuminating the structural relationships among three elements – Land, Mind, and Country. Briefly, land is a raw material of country, and country is an indispensable element of mind. The three elements are not practically divisible, but rather are constructed, perceived, and interpreted in coordination with one another. While land can exist and function in a natural state, it also can be enhanced or destroyed by human action that the mind conceives and executes. Country comprises not only land so altered or maintained, but

About TIPC 2016: Origin 

At a time of increased uncertainty and tension on both the interpersonal and global stages, photography’s role in helping us negotiate our daily existence has never been stronger. The fourth edition of the Tokyo International Photography Competition presents a group exhibition exploring the meaning of "Origin". The Exhibition ends, February 25th. Image caption © Kai Caemmerer, "Unborn Cities No 2, 2015"

About Winter Remix and Gallery 2 Year Anniversary!: BLOCH & CAIAZZA 

Come see the latest work from Alejandro and Joe. The gallery and studio will be open, come learn more about their art and techniques. Prints and originals will be available for sale. The exhibition ends February 24th.

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Q+A: Brooklyn Biscuit Company

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Q+A: Jarrod Beck

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Q+A: Craig Kanarick, CEO of Mouth

If you’re looking to sample tasty local treats from around the U.S., look no further than Mouth Indie Spirits + Wine Gallery, a wonderful shop tucked into 192 Water Street. Their brick & mortar location, along with their online retail shop, offers some of the best alcohol and small-batch treats available. But most importantly, Mouth […]


About Media Master Class: Craft Your Pitch 

Does your brand, project, or business need more media attention? Crack the media code and understand what the media wants, and how to give it to them in a full-day workshop with Emmy Award winning producer and author Paula Rizzo and editor, speaker and branding expert Terri Trespicio. Bring your ideas, your ambitions, and a notebook, and strap in for a fast-paced day that will change the way you see your business—and your potential. What you get: · An inside tour of the media industry and how it can boost your visibility
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About Priscila De Carvalho: Before Now 

Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) is pleased to welcome Before Now, a new, site-specific installation by artist Priscila De Carvalho. The Brazilian-born, New York-based De Carvalho took inspiration from the park’s natural and built environments as well as the area’s history to create the original work. The installation consists of intricate, colorful murals along the walls of 99 Plymouth’s entry gallery, as well as captivating light box drawings displayed in its Community Room.

About Freya Powell: The Silence of the Unsaid 

Art in General is pleased to announce an exhibition with Freya Powell as part of its New Commissions Program. The collective works on view engage issues around distance, separation, and empathy in relationship to various landscapes. The show will feature Powell’s new video, The Silence of the Unsaid. This project traces the history of an Athena missile that was launched by the U.S. military in July of 1970 from a base in Green River, Utah to test re-entry speeds and impact. The missile lost control, went about 400 miles off course, and crashed in a Mexican desert known locally as

About Storytellers: Curated by Andreana Donahue and Tim Ortiz 

Storytellers is a selection of works by artists who reimagine and reinvent the essential practice of telling stories through visual art. Each work represents aspects of a complex personal narrative, glimpses into alternate realities created with diverse materials and processes — Miranda Delgai’s reflection of Navajo tradition and identity through weaving, Billy White’s multivalent hand-built ceramics, or the effortless humor of Michael Pellew’s pop culture inspired drawings. The narratives these artists construct are not only imaginative inventions, but broader representations of their experiences and highly original perspectives. Curated by Tim Ortiz and Andreana Donahue, this group exhibition includes five LAND
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