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A.I.R. Gallery

155 Plymouth St, Brooklyn
Wed to Sun 12 to 6pm




Mar 16-Apr 16
Tomoko Abe and Liz Surbeck Biddle use the process of the cyanotype on both ceramic and paper. Jackie Welsh's pieces are made from ceramic coated chicken wire with printed ceramic transfer images. Ellen Hackl Fagan places objects on museum board and floods them with paint in order to create a print-like image, similar to a cyanotype but without using photosensitive chemicals.

Susan Bee: Pow! New Paintings
Mar 16-Apr 16
Susan Bee's narrative-based, psychologically ambiguous work incorporates elements from 20th-century abstract painting and cinematic history. These works play with complexity, sensuality, dramatic tension, and humor through the use of complex textures, keyed-up colors, and variegated patterns.

Elizabeth Hoy: Why Does It End Here?
Mar 16-Apr 16
Why does it end here? is an exhibition of assemblage sculptures and abstract landscape paintings by artist Elizabeth Hoy.