On August 15th Openhouse Gallery & Album Artists hosted an art exhibition of photographs taken by Tyler Shields of the Backstreet Boys for their newest album – In A World Like This. All 5 of the boy band members were in attendance with their families. It was a wonderful reception and tons of fans showed up to show their … Read More
PROJECT/ion presents a new series of digital films and animations, which draw their inspiration from Optical Art, technology and computer animations. British artist Doug Foster produces large-scale digital film installations that play with symmetry and exploit the eye’s susceptibility to illusion. Islands of the Blessed and Dark Place are two video works that similarly aspire to emotionally capture the viewer in a mesmerizing … Read More
PROJECT/ion presents Urban Dreams, a series of video projections on the screens of The Old Bowery Station, where four artists – Daniel Askill, Joe Hamilton, Rafael Rozendaal and Ken Solomon – digitally explore the meaning of urban landscapes and chromatic dreams. Daniel Askill will present the video work We have decided not to die, a modern day, allegorical triptych where three urban … Read More
Miami-based Avant Gallery presents IN PIECES, the debut of a brand new collection of artwork and multimedia collaboration by New York-based contemporary artist and celebrated sculptor Nathan Sawaya and award-winning Australian photographer Dean West. The two long-time collaborators have combined their artistic talents to summon LEGO®, your childhood building blocks, from out of the toy box and into the art … Read More
In August, Streetwater and Cameron Neilson came through Openhouse Broome to launch the Straight Up Photo Series. Neilson pasted more than a hundred small-panel photos to make one gigantic Portlandia mural on the ceiling. Then, he took advantage of Fatboys, an Openhouse partner, to make for a great experience.
Until August 22, Streetwater presents Cameron R. Neilson’s Straight Up photo series at Openhouse 379 Broome.
Streetwater strikes again with the sold out Art=Mixx pop up. The Art=Mixx pop up at 379 Broome was presented by HowAboutWe, curated by Streetwater and in partnership with Flavorpill, YellowKorner and Bushwick Print Lab. This team created a slamming pop up that brought artists from Chelsea all the way to Crown Heights, featured live jazz from Dandy Wellington and his band, drinks, an art … Read More