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Curated by: Margaret Coleman

594 Bushwick Avenue
2nd Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11206
February 15th, 2013 - February 28th, 2013
Opening: February 15th, 2013 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

On Appointment
photography, mixed-media, installation, video-art, performance, conceptual, figurative, sculpture
$5-10 sliding scale donation



February 15 – March 1, 2013


Opening Reception Friday February 15 - 6-8pm


Afterparty:     8-10pm  Fondue and Flannels! 

            Music and ambient performance: Ryder & Hazel

            Live silk screening


Panel Discussion:  Sunday February 17, 7 pm


All events (except opening reception) $5-10 sliding scale donation


“The appearance of the other in the world corresponds therefore to a congealed sliding of the whole universe.” Jean Paul Sarte


On February 15, 2013 Loft 594 is pleased to present the opening of  “Others,” a group show curated by Loft 594’s Resident Curator, Margaret Coleman. This is not a “birds-of-a-feather” kind of show. Avoiding homogenized genre, the work is not an over-simplified product. The artists are engaged, the practices diverse. The work is present. Adopting a collaborative curatorial model, “Others” invites artists whose works and lives subvert dominant ideology to participate in a dialogue exploring narratives of difference.


The artist mirrors, centralizes, expands, births, exposes, illuminates and parties while painting (Claudia Schwalb). The artist translates, self prints, channels her Central Asian ancestors (Laimah Osman).The artist interrupts the waste stream; attempts to refrain from plastic (Bill Basquin). The artist lives in a tent on a sculpture farm, making huge metal sculptures that require a crane (Ronda Phipps). The artist makes waves; speaks on panels about Chinese iron casting in relationship to five-element medicine (Anna Shapiro).

The artist is a one armed, queer, assemblage artist, painter, curator & stuffed animal maker/enthusiast (Al Benkin). The artist shows herself through acts of hiding and seeking (EunSun Choi). The artist uses what she has in her immediate surroundings and documents the subconscious (Emma Gluckman). The artist makes zines, collaboratively runs a printing press (Lantz Arroyo). The artist dances for her own satisfaction, (Manola Maldonado).


The show includes opportunities for further exploration of the work, including a Fondue and Flannels Afterparty, following the opening reception on February 15 (Opening Reception 6-8 pm, Afterparty 8-10pm). Bring a flannel to silk screen!

A panel discussion with the artists will take place on Sunday, February 17, at 7 pm.

A corresponding film evening featuring the work of Bill Basquin, Samuael Topiary, Lindsey Wolkowicz, and others will begin at 7 pm on Sunday, February 24. All events, with exception of the opening reception, ask a $5-10 donation.


Gallery Hours Saturdays 4-6 and by appointment




Loft 594

594 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn NY