Monthly Archives: May 2012

Newtown Creek Armada Project and the Black Mayonnaise

Foreword & photographs by Kerosene Rose. Interview by Sean Alday. Like many people, I have loved boats and all things water-related since I was a child. Last year in Portland, Oregon, I got a job at the waterfront science museum, … Continue reading

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950 Hart: Community and Art

I got a chance to sit down with Michael Kronenberg and Sean Alday of 950 Hart and discuss with them how and why they ended up in Bushwick over any other neighborhood, what excites them about it, and what trials … Continue reading

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Artist Profile: Jayoung Yoon

Jayoung Yoon did not build a time machine at 109 Ingraham Street in studio #315. Instead, her work makes you “slow down, pause and wait, and then move into a higher consciousness.” You become fully aware of being in the … Continue reading

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Artist Profile: JR Larson

Adder Bat, 2011-12, Burlap, Marble, Cotton Yarn, Grass Rope, Copper, Wood, Iron, Bamboo. 73″ x 60″ x 56″ JR Larson Studio location: The Active Space 566 Johnson Ave, studio #21 on the third floor. Tell me a little about yourself … Continue reading

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Artist Carol Salmanson, & the Electric Glow

For the latest Bushwick Open Studios artist profile, we visited the lovely Carol Salmanson, a Bushwick-based visual artist working primarily with light and reflective materials. Most recently, Carol had a solo show at Storefront Bushwick gallery on Wilson Avenue, and … Continue reading

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Artist Profile: 722 Metropolitan

722 Metropolitan #LATECITYFINAL #JEFFBO$$ #PIGEONWALLCUT A section of concrete wall has been removed from the studio, exposing a naturally occurring pigeon coop on the other side. Tell me a little about your artistic process. The artistic process begins with an … Continue reading

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Hub Profile: Airplane Gallery

The next time you want to do a gallery crawl on a lazy Bushwick Sunday, start at Airplane Gallery. Located at 70 Jefferson Street, Airplane was created by natives of the Bushwick arts scene. Airplane is 1000sq. ft. of underground … Continue reading

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Hub Profile: Interstate Projects

Tom Weinrich’s Interstate Projects has been showing work by young artists since March 2011. I asked him about how the Bushwick art scene has evolved during his time in the neighborhood and what he thinks the future might hold. * * … Continue reading

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Artist Profiles: Ryan Coleman & Julie Vassili

Ryan P. Coleman and Julie K. Vassili are clearly two distinctive artists, with at least two things in common; they’re both painters and they share studio #320 at 1717 Troutman. Oh, and they’re super friendly! They were separately drawn to Bushwick, … Continue reading

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