I am very honored to be part of what is shaping up to be an amazing show – Poets of the Paste at AdHoc Gallery in Brooklyn. If you can't make it to the opening reception you should definitely make sure you get out to see the work. All four artists have pulled out the stops and taken their work to very exciting places.
Poets of the Paste
June 13th - July 13th, 2008
Opening Reception: Friday, June 13th, 2008
Poets of the Paste unites four figurative artists known for their striking images that comment on nature, contemporary society and the everyday lives we live. These artists transform public spaces to moments of private reflection with an emphasis on careful craftsmanship. ELBOW-TOE, Armsrock, Gaia, and Imminent Disaster have left their marks on the urban landscapes, generously giving their talent to the public, to time and to the elements. Now they bring their skills together at Ad Hoc Art; through drawings, stencils, paintings and block prints incorporated onto various media.
ADDRESS 49 Bogart Street Buzzer 22, Unit 1G Brooklyn, NY 11206 Tel: 718.366.2466 Fax: 866.599.7270 Online: firstname.lastname@example.org HOURS Ad Hoc Art is open Wednesday through Sunday, 1PM til 8PM, and by appointment. (Almost always except when sometimes a little less if we're away on tour or at conferences/events.) LOCATION We are located at 49 Bogart Street, next to The Archive coffee shop and Brooklyn's Natural grocery. We are one short block from the Bogart St. exit of the Morgan Ave. stop on the "L" train. Our front is painted red, you can't miss it.
DIRECTIONS VIA SUBWAY: Take L train to Morgan Avenue stop (6th stop into Brooklyn).
Exit at rear of train (coming from Manhattan) through the Bogart St. exit. When you exit the station you are on Bogart St. Turn Right and walk one block, crossing Seigel, to 49 Bogart.
VIA CAR: Mapquest the addy or call us, the streets are screwy out in the wild west (e.g.- Flushing has been under construction for years). We are east of Bushwick Ave., west of Morgan Ave., just norht of Flushing Ave., and south of Metropolitan Ave.