In Main Gallery
“Amalgam”- A show curated by Russell Ritell
In this exciting exhibition, bau gallery brings Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley a little closer together by inviting an interesting dialogue between the work and the audience.
In this technical and colorful exhibition, curated by Russell Ritell, three Brooklyn based artists: Ernie Parada, Dan Sabau and Tom Forget make their debut at the gallery alongside six artists north of the boroughs: Russ Ritell, Eva Drizhal, Mike D’Antuono, Jenevieve Reid, Mike Vigilio, and Jack Rusinek.
Integrating political and social commentary, morbid fascination, abstraction and landscape, “amalgam” is blended to create a compelling mixture of figurative and representational works.
In Gallery two
This month Gallery two will contain a variety of work by our represented artists.
The Beacon Room
Peerna’s fascination with drawing in its widest sense has triggered the works in this exhibition. The artist crosses the boundaries between line drawing on mylar, video projections of dynamic lines, and physical movement so seemlessly that one forgets whether the work is drawing, video, installation or performace. She creates cool yet intense spacial experiences for those who enter her exhibitions. Her works use line as the main element yet leading the viewer along complex, nonlinear journeys.
Saturdays and Sundays 12-6