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The third BRIC Biennial features Work from South Brooklyn Artists in Neighborhoods Including Park Slope, Gowanus, Sunset Park, and Bay Ridge, Speaking to the Theme “The Impossible Possible.”
BRIC, celebrating 40 years as the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, is pleased to present the BRIC Biennial: Volume III, South Brooklyn Edition, on view from February 7-April 7, 2019 in the Gallery at BRIC House, along with other satellite exhibitions across South Brooklyn.
With this edition of the exhibition, curated by Elizabeth Ferrer (Vice President of Contemporary Art) and Jenny Gerow (Assistant Curator), the organization continues to dedicate its Biennial to emerging and mid-career artists of exceptional creativity who are based in a specific region of Brooklyn, highlighting the significance of the borough as a place where artists create work and develop their careers.
This third iteration of the BRIC Biennial includes partnerships with more venues and institutions than any before, with five satellite exhibitions in conjunction with the exhibition at Green-Wood Cemetery, La Bodega, NARS Foundation, Ortega Y Gasset Projects, Trestle Gallery, and a curated project by An/Other in the Project Room of BRIC House.
Artists featured in the exhibition include Eleanna Anagnos, Bobby Anspach, Laura Bernstein,Sarah E. Brook, Liz Collins, Katya Grokhovsky, Phoenix Lindsey-Hall, Las Hermanas Iglesias (Lisa and Janelle Iglesias), Vera Iliatova, Myeongsoo Kim, Rachel Klinghoffer,Qiana Mestrich, Levan Mindiashvili, Jordan Nassar, Gustavo Prado, Yi Xin Tong, Frank Wang Yefeng, Dale Williams, and Quay Quinn Wolf.
The opening reception will take place on February 6, from 7:00pm – 9:00pm.