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Lucky Gallery

Exhibition Detail
"Made in Red Hook"
176 Richards Street
Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY 11231


May 22nd, 2010 - June 13th, 2010
Opening: 
May 22nd, 2010 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
, Heather Phelps-LiptonHeather Phelps-Lipton
, Eric TaylorEric Taylor
, Elizabeth TomasettiElizabeth Tomasetti
, Andy Vernon-JonesAndy Vernon-Jones, Photography
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Brooklyn-area art gallery presents 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.

From May 22nd to June 13th, Lucky Gallery is pleased to announce "Made in Red Hook", a group show presenting the work of 16 artists living or working in Red Hook. 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 s etting 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.”


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