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Between $18 cocktails at The Armory Show and two floors of great art at SPRING/BREAK, there's a lot to see this weekend, the tail-end of Armory Week. The highest concentration of Brooklyn galleries and artists is, unsurprisingly, at New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) and at SPRING/BREAK—Hyperallergic called NADA "the perennial cool-kids fair" and New York Magazine's Senior Art Critic Jerry Saltz said of SPRING/BREAK, "I really saw a lot of good stuff at this one last...
A weekly compendium of mostly Brooklyn-based art things. SIGNAL GALLERY: 'IRIS' — AIDAN KOCH & 'DRILL' — MADELINE HOLLANDER In Madeline Hollander's 'Drill', dancers move through evacuation procedures outlined by universities, airplanes, movie theaters, and other vulnerable public spaces: inflatable airplane evacuation slides hang from the ceiling and provide an ominous structure for dancers. Paintings by Aidan Koch echo the maze—her lady-Gorey drawings give painful spatial awareness to damaged, elusive psyches. Performances: every Saturday & Sunday 1:00PM — 6:00PM through...
To visit Surface Support, a group exhibition of a meta-mixed-media sort currently on view at Signal Gallery (through August 9th), is to enter a large, mostly dark room, and to be greeted by a rather aesthetically fragmented suite of objects whose carnivalesque cacophonies—visual as well as acoustic—seem to share the common function of shooing you away. Which is to say, they don’t really greet you. Which is to suggest, they don’t really need you....
The start of Bushwick's first art exposition was dreary. Rain poured down on Thursday and walking from gallery to gallery, we encountered people who were either holding their breath or tapping their foot—a spectrum of  nervously not knowing what to expect on one end, and impatiently awaiting expectations on the other. We occasionally encountered the artists whose work was on display, but just as often encountered people watching over the artwork who had little...

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