107 Suffolk St, New York
Daily: 3:30 pm - 7 pm
The Clemente Open Studios 2018
Apr 18-Jul 25
Come explore this culturally diverse community which houses 11 visual and performing arts organizations and over 46 visual artists' studios. In conjunction with the open studios, 12 installations will be placed in public spaces throughout the building on view May 14 - July 25. There will be exhibitions featuring guest artists in the Abrazo Gallery April 18 - May 18. Participating Clemente Residents:: ABC NoRio Zine Library, Artists Alliance Inc LES Studio Program - Kinu Kamura, Luigi Presicce, Hande Sekerciler, Nat Ward, and Arda Yalkin, Jan Baracz, Itziar Barrio, John Benton, Doug Blanchard, Brian Buckley, Lynda Byrne, Natalia de Campos, Paul Clay, Susanna Coffey, Elisabeth Condon, Silvio de la Cruz, Mark DeGarmo, Mark DeGarmo Dance, Steve Ellis, Inka Essenheigh, Jeanette Farow, Katharine Finneran, David Friedman, Robert Grant, Lisa Hanson, Kylie Heidenheimer, Jonas Hidalgo, David Kagan, Michael Katchen, Sebastian Keneas, Tine Kindermann, Lisa Lebofsky, Chang-Jin Lee, Liliya Lifanova, Wayne Liu , David Mahler, Bill Massey, Jen Mazza, Kristen McIver, Horacio Molina, Steve Mumford, Mario Naves, Laura Nova, Selime Okuyan, Iliana Ortega, Page, Nicole Parcher, Rafael Perez, Mark Power, David Pushkin, Erick Sanchez, Flavia Souza, P. C. Smith, Thiago Szmrecsanyi, Analisa Teachworth, Miguel Trelles, Suzanne Varni, Rafael Velez, Melanie Vote, Amy Westpfahl
Vernacular Universalism: Freemasonry in Haiti and Beyond
May 24-Jun 22
This exhibition aims to visualize the mesh of magic and reason; alchemy and science - trade and metaphysical exchange that has stretched into the 21st century. By focusing on Haiti, this exhibition sheds light on the relationship between colonized peoples and the Enlightenment. Artists: Yves Delva, Ernest Dominique, Marg Duston, Andre Eugene| Leah Gordon, Michel Lafleur, Lazaros, Molej Zamour. Opening Reception: Thu, May 24, 6:30-8:30pm. Panel Discussion: Fri, Jun 22, 6:30-8:30pm.