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A weekly compendium of mostly Brooklyn-based, always edifying art events.  GUGGENHEIM: AGNES MARTIN You're right! The Guggenheim isn't in Brooklyn! And Agnes Martin doesn't live in Brooklyn, either! She's dead, and she never lived in Brooklyn. But I argue that if Agnes Martin were alive in New York right this second, she would probably live in Red Hook: this is based in part on the fact that when she did live in New York, she lived in quiet, watery Coenties...
An upside down redwood tree is hanging in the massive gallery space of Pioneer Works, the interdisciplinary art and culture space that is a focal point for Red Hook’s thriving artistic community. Several feet away from the tree, a surreal sand dune-esque sculpture of a breast complete with elegant, erect nipple sits atop fronds of grass; toward the back of the room, a towering, oversized wooden bed spills pillows and sheets down a grassy...
Listen, we know that trekking to Time Square and hurdling together by the masses is a sacred tradition for some New Yorkers  and a rite of passage for New York transplants, but the idea of standing out in the cold to watch a ball drop is actually a terrible one, especially since bars and parties will most likely have a TV with the New Year's Eve celebration on in the background. And if you...
In this post-analog world, a few Brooklyn gallery owners are taking it next level—by busting out some serious Instagram game. From a few hundred followers to actually being Instagram-famous, they're on top of uploading images from their daily lives (and not just your typical gallery-show-coming-up-photos): sneak peeks of their own works-in-progress, selfies with friends (and cats and celebrities), artistic arrangements of weird objects, pristine landscape portraits, and, of course, the witty memes. One thing...

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