Month: July 2008 - page 2

Howe’s Brooklyn: Pop Culture Iconography At BRIC Reveals ‘Absurdities’ Of World’s Condition

BRIC’s CURRENT THOUGHT-PROVOKING EXHIBIT, CALLED “GROTESQUE HISTORIES,” curated by Director of Visual Arts ELIZABETH FERRER and gallery Manager BASEERA KHAN, addresses the world’s condition through a historical span of iconographies. Three artists with distinct visual style — Enrique Chagoya, Aaron Johnson and Miguel Luciano — all draw attention to the absurdities of history, politics, religion..

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Howe’s Brooklyn: The Twilight of Brooklyn’s Disappearing Industrial Waterfront, in Pictures

AFTER FIVE YEARS OF DOCUMENTARY FILM-MAKING, PARK SLOPE RESIDENT NATHAN KENSINGER has, with admirable success, added still photography to his repertoire. This new hobby has landed him an exhibit at the Brooklyn Public Library, a photo in Brooklyn Museum’s Click! exhibit and several new compadres in the sphere of New York photography. Kensinger’s favorite subject:..

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