I’m pretty excited to have had one of my prints, “2010.340” accepted into the show “Wide Open 2” organized by the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC). The show was juried by Nathan Trotman, Associate Curator at the Guggenheim Museum of Art. I’ll also have 3 additional prints in their “Affordable Art” gallery. The BWAC operates a great looking gallery space in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Their website includes photos of the gallery and directions for getting there, along with information about the organization.
“In reviewing the many entries for Wide Open 2, I was consistently impressed with the variety and quality of the works. I was struck in particular by a sort of fervent surrealism that repeatedly appeared across all the mediums submitted. Many works mixed obvious concerns about the war in Iraq, the state of the economy, and other contemporary issues with colorful, often humorous, otherworldly visions. These scenes, together with a rich selection of abstract work and strong installation pieces, should make for a powerful and compelling exhibition.” – Nathan Trotman
Gallery Exhibition Dates: March 12 – 27, 2011, weekends 11-4 P.M.
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 12, 2011 from 1-6 P.M.
76 Degraw St.
Brooklyn, NYÂ 11231
PHONE: (718) 596-2506/7
“Terra Incognita 2010.340”, pigment ink on Hahnemuhle paper, 24 x 24 inches, 2010
5 thoughts on “Wide Open 2”
Definitely plan on seeing it, looking forward to it!
So proud of you, Gregg. Let VCU art news on the net know. Wish I could see both the shows. Hope you do.
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