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Trestle Gallery

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Trestle Gallery
168 7th Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Venue Type: Gallery


Cart in the Park, Aimee HertogAimee Hertog, Cart in the Park,
2012, Digital photo, 12" x 17"
© 2012
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January 9th - February 6th Introductions
Natale Adgnot, Dara Alter, Elizabeth Emery, Katrina Majkut, Katie Marshall, Lisa McCutcheon, Rebecca Reeves, Allie Rex, Justin Webb and Bridgette Zou
Feb, 2015 Swimming Awkward Moment, works by Arlan Huang
Arlan Huang
Feb, 2015 Winter Member Salon
Natale Adgnot, Ashley Alioto, John Azelvandre, Lauren Bierly, Molly Blann, Elisa Carreno, Dean Dalfonzo, Joan Dilieto, Sherry Field, Joshua Gabriel, Veronique Gambier, Emily Gillcrist, Edward Grander, Vaughn Jennings-White, Christina Kelly, Richard Kessler, Anna Kiljunen, Brian Levy, Jessica Lipsky, Pony Ma, Karen Mainenti, Mary Malcolm, Raymund Maravilla, Katie Marshall, Ayumi Matsuba, Peter McGill, Hermann Mejia, Crys Moore, Steve Nedboy, Jeffrey Novick, Midori Okuyama, Dara Oshin, Janet Pedersen, Dani Schuller, KARA SMITH, Maya Strauss, Heidi Yockey, Natalia Zuckerman
Monday - Friday 11AM - 6PM
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Trestle Gallery exhibits work from artists in New York City and beyond.  Our primary aim is to foster creativity and expand exposure for our artists.  

As part of its exchange with Brooklyn Art Space, Trestle Gallery works to ensure artists of all levels have sufficient exhibition and professional development opportunities.  All artists are invited to submit artwork to Trestle Gallery's many open-calls, to drop in for monthly critiques, to enjoy our artist talk series, and to participate in weekly figure drawing sessions. 

In a combined effort, Trestle Gallery and Brooklyn Art Space seek to alleviate the typical pressures NYC artists encounter, while inviting collectors to view art in an active and singular environment.  The gallery and studios are just steps away from one another, so visitors to our one-of-a-kind space have the opportunity to view featured artwork, works in progress, and new works during one visit. 

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