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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...
If you're new in town and you've never heard of Bushwick Open Studios, let me give you the short of it: BOS is the biggest art party in Brooklyn, hands down (especially now, since the DUMBO Arts Festival is no more). From Friday to Sunday this weekend, hundreds of artists will open their studios, scores of food trucks will line the streets around the Morgan/Montrose/Jefferson L train stops, and the public will come in...
David Shaw A visit to Shaw’s Sunset Park studio will allow you to immediately abandon any idea you might have had about how you are or aren’t supposed to experience art. In fact, “abandon” is the perfect word to describe what it is like to even briefly inhabit Shaw’s space, taking in his varied sculptures, drawings, and installations. First, you must rid yourself of any perceptions of what is natural and what is contrived, because...
Ian Trask has the quiet demeanor of a research scientist—he's soft spoken, his words are carefully chosen and precise, his tone even and calm. When I met up with him at the Invisible Dog, he seemed like he'd be much more comfortable sitting in a lab, preferably alone rather than discussing his work in a gallery. You'd have to be unusually perceptive to guess right away that Trask is actually an artist, and one...

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