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Exhibition Detail
A Wrinkle in Time: Artists From the Registry
647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

September 10th, 2008 - October 18th, 2008
September 10th, 2008 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
The Best Way, Jonathan AllenJonathan Allen, The Best Way,
2007, Paper, paint, ink, and photograph on paper, 22 x 30 in
© Courtesy of the artist.
NewYorkTokyo, Jaishri AbichandaniJaishri Abichandani, NewYorkTokyo, 2007
One Cloud (and the Impending Doom), Ernest ConcepcionErnest Concepcion,
One Cloud (and the Impending Doom),
2006, Enamel on canvas, 48 x 72 in.
© Courtesy of the artist
Throw Down, Josey HaleJosey Hale, Throw Down,
2007, Wood and house paint; site-specific installation,, variable
© Courtesy of the artist
The Visual Topography of a Generation Gap (#2, Brooklyn, NY) , Daniel BejarDaniel Bejar,
The Visual Topography of a Generation Gap (#2, Brooklyn, NY) ,
2011, unique object, brass keys, adhesive , 6 5/8" x 2" x 7/8"
© Daniel Bejar
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Art, madeleine, l'engle, politics, Culture, events



A Wrinkle in Time: Artist From the Registry

Madeline L'Engle explained her writing philosophy: "If I have something that is too difficult for adults to swallow, then I will write it in a book for children." In her much contested and beloved 1962 young adult novel A Wrinkle in Time, L'Engle presented unconventional worlds and scientific concepts. Artists continue to seek out alternate methods to digest current society, politics, and other difficult topics within their work. This exhibition assembles work by twelve Brooklyn-affiliated artists who respond to the barrage of monumental dates and events in modern American history. With work in widely varying media, these artists recontextualize current events through the lens of personal experience and perception to offer alternate visions of geography, landscape, media, along with consumerism and other cultural conventions.

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