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“Made in Red Hook” Opening Reception, May 22, 7-10 PM

After a brief hiatus – Lucky Gallery is back with the biggest group show to date. Help Lucky celebrate our one-year anniversary, and the Brooklyn Studio Tour with our opening of “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 century that displayed the actual artistic production and presented the cities 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.

Its our anniversary, it is Brooklyn Open Studios, it is “Made in Red Hook” – get yourself here get LUCKY in Red Hook!

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Lucky Gallery Presents “Made in Red Hook”

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

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Red Hook & Carroll Gardens 2010 Open Studio Tour

Elizabeth Tomasetti

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
Laura Arena
Maria Baraybar
Stephanie Homa
Andy Vernon-Jones
Christina Kelly
Heather Phelps-Lipton
Nate Luce
Rachel Mosler
Kate Murray
Julia Oldham
L. Nichols
Anna Ortiz
Joshua Ray Stephens
Eric Taylor
Elizabeth Tomasetti
Beriah Wall

Saturday, May 22 & Sunday, May 23 from 12PM-6PM

Visit brooklynstudiotours.com for updates, tour maps and the virtual online tour.

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Lucky Gallery Welcomes Catherine Weaver, Assistant Gallery Director

Catherine Weaver

Lucky Gallery welcomes Catherine Weaver who is a refugee from the corporate zone, an ex-everything designer, having a put her hand to the creation of greeting cards, T-shirts, packaging, look books, websites, and handbags.

Raised in a trailer near a barn on a dirt road outside of Cooperstown, NY., Catherine spent her formative years (from 18 to 40!) chasing the money.

She has finally decided to stop chasing the money, and is now free to start following her heart. We’ll see where it leads.

Lucky for us it led her to Lucky Gallery, just in time to organize “Made in Red Hook” exhibition possibly the largest endeavor we have taken on so far!

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Lucky Gallery Welcomes Alexander Ellis – Event Photographer

Alexander Ellis

Alexander is a recent graduate of the George Washington University, where he was the photo editor of the independent college newspaper, the Hatchet. Here he developed his love and passion for photography and journalism. His favorite photographer is Henri Cartier-Bresson, the father of modern photojournalism.

When he is not shooting for Lucky Gallery, you can find him freelancing in the tri-state area and taking his dog on long walks.

Smile for Alexander at the next Lucky Gallery event (he most likely will be the guy with the biggest camera in the room)!

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“Anatomically Incorrect” Closing Party

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Figure Drawing Session, Monday Nights 7:30-10pm

Figure Drawing in Red Hook at The Luggage Factory. Short to long poses in a comfortable, creative environment. Bring a drink or snack to share if you like! Every Monday night 7:30-10pm, 19 Delavan St., studio 2M, $10/person.

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“Daily Porn” Opening Reception

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Lucky Gallery Artists in Residence

Pedro Covo

Lucky Gallery is looking for artists to take residence at the gallery space in Red Hook.

+ all amenities
+ 24/Hr Access
+ show opportunities at Lucky Gallery
+ exposure through Lucky Gallery site and other marketing initiatives

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“Anatomically Incorrect” Closing Party, Feb 6. 6-9pm

Saturday evening, Feb. 6th from 6-9PM, Lucky Gallery is hosting an a closing party 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.

Local Brooklyn-based band, Descender will be performing. Taking their name from an obscure typographic term, Descender is a band made up of four graphic designers. Drawing on influences ranging from early ’90s indie and punk rock to hardcore and new progressive metal, Descender effortlessly fuses together a sound that defies easy classification. Often sidestepping traditional verse/chorus conventions, their songs are short and to the point, but also richly textured. Try to imagine a hint of Sonic Youth’s wall of guitars, Snapcase’s brutal breakdowns and Fugazi’s anthemic energy mixed with Slayer’s unrelenting metal riffs and you’ll have a reference point for Descender.

Over the last year Descender has been making a name for itself playing regularly in NYC-area clubs, basement venues and DIY loft spaces. Lucky Gallery is excited to have them perform along with a live drawing performance from local Red Hook artists, Todd Von Ammon and Nate Luce.

Bring your earplugs and have a drink or two and say good bye to “Anatomically Incorrect”.

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