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Exhibitions 2014-15


Mapping Brooklyn Installation Shot by Jason Wyche

 February 25 - May 3, 2015

Mapping Brooklyn

Co-presented with the Brooklyn Historical Society
Curated by Elizabeth Ferrer, Vice President of Contemporary Art at BRIC

The exhibition Mapping Brooklyn will juxtapose the work of contemporary artists working with historic maps, with examples of maps themselves, suggesting the myriad ways that maps can represent on the one hand, such practical matters as way finding, property ownership, population shifts, and war strategy, and on other, the terrain of the metaphorical, psychological, and personal. For more information >>

May 20 - June 21, 2015

The 27th Annual Contemporary Art Education Exhibition: CLASSROOM AS STUDIO

Curated by BRIC Education and Jenny Gerow, Assistant Curator, Contemporary Art

This annual exhibition showcases work in a wide range of artistic media created by students taking part BRIC’s school-based residencies and after-school programs which brings professional artists and their studio practices into the classroom.This year’s edition of the show will demonstrate the exchange that occurs between teaching artists, students, and the creative process. Student work will be juxtaposed with that of their teaching artist, all professional visual artists whose own work informs the classroom experience. For more information >>

 May 20 - June 21, 2015

Cecile Chong: Time Collision

Curated by Jenny Gerow, Assistant Curator, Contemporary Art

A Brooklyn-based multimedia artist working in painting, sculpture, and installation, Cecile Chong’s work addresses the process of cultural encounter and entanglement. Her exhibition in the Project Room of BRIC House will present over 20 of Chong’s encaustic paintings as well as guaguas (wah-wahs), her small baby-bundled sculptures made of wax. For more information >>


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