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DE-CONSTRUKT [projekts] is the continuation of Lucky Gallery in a mobile, more experimental format.
The artistic arm of DE-CONSTRUKT a full service design studio located in both Brooklyn and Prague, DE-CONSTRUKT [projekts] develops projects around the world with visual and performing artists and innovative and visionary thinkers. We support the cross pollination of ideas and experimentation among cultural diverse artists and audiences.
Artists and thinkers have opportunity to produce new works individually or collaboratively in a supportive environment. With a focus on alternative venues, DE-CONSTRUKT [projeckts] provides a space to develop creative ideas, create temporal work, and encouragement to form new networks.
Visit our site to see our upcoming program.
Lucky Gallery and Ventiko invite you to “Animamus Art Salon” at the Schoolhouse in Bushwick, at 330 Ellery Street in Brooklyn, on Sunday, April 1, 2012, 7 – 11pm. Animamus provides a safe, supportive environment for artists of all mediums to debut and discuss their current work while encouraging audience participation. These monthly traveling salons create temporary communities where artists can exchange ideas amongst the peers and the public in NYC.
Animamus Salon will feature the work of twelve artists, Karla Carballar, Andy Cavatorta, TJ Hospodar, Jason Martin, Tessa Mauclere, Mihaeko, Kathryn Moise, Mariette Papic, Max Piersol, and Justin Orvis Steimer including a performance by The Push Pops, a radical, queer feminist art collective, and an interactive performance by artist Laura Lee Gulledge.
Celebrate April Fools Day with Animamus, a night full of performance and presentations. Please visit https://www.facebook.com/AnimamusArtSalon for Animamus information. For more information regarding this event email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From May 22nd to June 13th, Lucky Gallery is pleased to announce “Made in Red Hook”, a traditional salon exhibition by Red Hook artists Todd von Ammon, Laura Arena, Maria Baraybar, Andy Vernon-Jones, Christina Kelly, Heather Phelps-Lipton, Nate Luce, Rachel Mosler, L. Nichols, Julia Oldham, Anna Ortiz, Joshua Ray Stephens, Eric Taylor, Elizabeth Tomasetti, Tonky and Beriah Wall.
The concept behind the exhibition is to introduce to the public the wide range of artistic capabilities of local artists and to provide an atmosphere to encourage the exchange of ideas between artists and the public. The artists’ production is presented through different mediums including photography, drawing, video, book making, collage, painting, contemporary crafts and sculpture.
“Made in Red Hook” is curated by gallery director and participating artist Laura Arena and Ana Bogdanovic, who plan to transform Lucky Gallery into the traditional setting reminiscent of Salon de Paris, the annual public exhibition of the French Royal Academy in the 18th and 19th that displayed the actual artistic production and presented the city’s most established artists at the time.
Artists’ works will be exhibited floor-to-ceiling and the artists and visitors are invited to spend time in our seating area where there will be literary materials and videos to view.
“The mission of this exhibition is to make Lucky Gallery the center of artistic intellectual conversation in Red Hook”, says Bogdanovic. “Where artists and art spectators can share their artistic sensibilities as well as have insight in the local artist community.”
Exhibition Dates: May 22, 2010 – June 13th, 2010
Opening Reception: May 22, 7-10 PM
Gallery Hours: Sat/Sun 1-6 and by appt. only
Gallery Address: Lucky Gallery, 176 Richards Street, Brooklyn, NY. 11231
Lucky Gallery is a proud sponsor and participant in the Red Hook & Carroll Gardens 2010 Open Studio Tour, when artists open up their studios to the public. This is a great opportunity to get an intimate look at this thriving artist community. Meet directly with the creators of photography, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, video, ceramics, glass, installation, paintings, sculpture & etc. in their own working studio environment while enjoying wine and food. Tour maps will be available.
Lucky Gallery participating artists:
Todd von Ammon
Joshua Ray Stephens
Saturday, May 22 & Sunday, May 23 from 12PM-6PM
Visit brooklynstudiotours.com for updates, tour maps and the virtual online tour.
Spend part of your Valentines weekend at Lucky Gallery, join us Feb 13th for the opening reception of “Daily Porn.”
It might be cold outside but things are heating up in Red Hook with a pornographic bonanza of erotic books, collages, drawings, sculpture, and performance by artists Greg Beyer, Will Kurtz, John Lennon, Morgan Miller, Mark Mulroney, Kevin Muth, Hannah Nelson, Tara Sinn, Alix Sorrell, and Iulia Toacaci, exploring the ever-changing role of pornography in the realm of the contemporary art.
Curated by gallery director Laura Arena and artist Iulia Toacaci, Daily Porn aims to explore and define what is erotic and titillating to different creative individuals, displaying a diversity of sensibilities and approaches that range from the humorous and raunchy, to the personal and the intimate.
DJ Spacey Sissick will be spinning records, special Valentines Day treats made by Hannah Nelson, live drawings done by Alix Sorrell. Food and drink will be povided!
Saturday evening, January 16, from 6-9PM, Lucky Gallery is hosting an artist reception for the exhibition “Anatomically Incorrect” which is an an on-site collaborative drawing installation by Anastasia Akulinina/Kaerfkrahs, Brian Butler, Downer, Faro, Scott Ferguson, Fish McGill, Maxwell Piersol, Cardon Webb, and Eunjeong Yoo. “Anatomically Incorrect” exhibition runs January 16th to February 7th.
The artists chose to focus on anatomy, which is a concrete, organized system, which is in contrast to the chaotic/spontaneous process of this show – the end result leads to figures anatomically incorrect.
Working directly on the gallery wall each artist creates a visual conversation; the alchemy of characters, text, and pattern affecting how the mural expands as each artist works responsively to the other.
Food and drink will be provided.
Lucky Gallery is looking for artists that reside in Red Hook or have a studio in Red Hook to participate in an upcoming exhibition titled “Made in Red Hook.” All Mediums are welcome. Please contact Laura@LuckyGallery.com for more information.