DUMBO – Art in DUMBO‘s first gallery walk of the Fall season will take place on Thursday, September 5, with neighborhood galleries staying open late for exhibition openings and special events.
The organization’s DUMBO First Thursday Gallery Walk is a free event that takes place on the first Thursday of each month and features art, artist discussions, and live performances, as well as specials from participating local eateries, such as Superfine at 126 Front Street (from 6pm to 9pm).
This month’s First Thursday Gallery Walk features:
Art in General, 145 Plymouth Street – an opening reception for Caitlin Berrigan’s Imaginary Explosions, a multimedia installation consisting of video, sculpture, and communication instruments examining “how deep time and interspecies communication might assist us in radical planetary transformation.”
Asphodel, 20 Jay Street, Suite 837 – Karl Burkheimer’s aline, a “manifesto, travelogue, process, and documentation of thought: a living archive of calls and responses, and an elegy for object making.”
Bernardo Navarro Tomas, 20 Jay Street, Suite 629 – an opening reception for the artist’s
exhibit The City Dwellings.
Big & Small/Casual Showcase, 20 Jay Street, #M01 – a closing reception for Sjoerd Doting’s Days In A Life featuring 5″ x 7″ paintings of the view from the artist’s studio window.
Empire Stores, 55 Water Street – an opening reception for JP Hackett’s Live Fast featuring a selection of the artist’s impasto paintings inspired by his surroundings as well as by pop culture.
Ellis Studio/Gallery, 68 Jay Street, Basement #26 – a book release party for Doing Lines With David Craig Ellis – Volume Three, a new collection of line drawings by the artist.
KLOMPCHING Gallery, 89 Water Street – an opening reception for two new exhibits: Doug Fogelson’s Anthem and Adriene Hughes and DM Witman’s Icebergs and Wildfires.
Light Year, Pearl Street Triangle – for one night only, Light Year 53: From the People to the Land will project videos onto the side of the Manhattan Bridge from the Pearl Street Triangle. The videos will highlight the cultural diversity and various backgrounds that help shape America with a focus on immigration in an era of globalization.
Made in NY Media Center by IFP, 30 John Street – an opening reception for LoVid: Thread Through The Eye, featuring a series of works made with “homemade audio/video synthesizers and historical analog A/V instruments.”
Main Window, One Main Street – Paul Simmons‘ site specific installation, Clear Spot, will be on view at the ground-floor space through October 21.
Undercurrent, 70 John Street – an opening reception for Rodney Dickson’s Paintings 2009-2019, which includes 22 of the artist’s sketchbooks, “thickly executed oil paintings,” and a large-scale collage composed of colorful canvasses and rags.
Art in DUMBO offers an Insider’s Tour for visitors, a free guided tour of the exhibitions on view at Big & Small/Casual Showcase and the Empire Stores. RSVP here.
Art In DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk
Thursday, September 5, 6pm to 8pm
Various locations in DUMBO