Order/Disorder at The Yard: Gowanus
Oct
17
to Feb 23

Order/Disorder at The Yard: Gowanus

Porter Advisory is pleased to present Order/Disorder, a group exhibition with Charlotte Corini, Andrea DeFelice, Spring Hofeldt and TJ Volonis. This exhibition will be on view from October 21, 2017 through February 23, 2018 at the recently launched new location of The Yard, Gowanus, 157 13th Street, Brooklyn at Third Avenue.

Order/Disorder will be on view through February 23, 2018 and part of Gowanus Open Studio weekend on Saturday, October 21, 10 - 3 PM.

Opening Reception: Tuesday, October 17.

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"Search for Warmth: Works by Tomo Mori" at The Yard: City Hall Park
Nov
9
to Apr 13

"Search for Warmth: Works by Tomo Mori" at The Yard: City Hall Park

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Tomo Mori’s work explores her experiences and challenges as a woman and as an immigrant. With feelings of voiceless imperfection she sorts through broken pieces of canvas to create transformative works of art with detailed craftsmanship. She utilizes the imperfection of broken shapes to create mosaic-like collage works that contain a liveliness of movement all their own.

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November 9 - April 13, 2018

Opening Reception: Thursday, November 9, 5:30 - 8:00 PM

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Taking Heart in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction at Equity Gallery
Oct
13
to Nov 25

Taking Heart in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction at Equity Gallery

Taking Heart is a joint exhibition by painter Jason Bryant and photographer Charles Cohen.

In this collaborative show, Bryant presents paintings of Cohen’s photographs of the iterations of four advertisements as they appeared throughout the New York City subway system. Cohen has created photographic copies of copies and Bryant has created photo-realistic, original paintings of Cohen’s copies. The process itself asks the often ignored question, what is an original?

While Cohen and Bryant direct us to Walter Benjamin’s landmark essay, Art in The Age of Mechanical Reproduction, as the conceptual basis, they consider it an entry point to diverse cultural insights into socio economics, gender, celebrity, humor and violence.

October 13 - November 25, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, October 13, 6 - 8 PM

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