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LONG LIVE THE NEW FLESH
Curated by: Aimee Lusty

140 58th Street
Brooklyn Army Terminal - Building B- 7G
11220 Brooklyn
NY

December 13th, 2013 - December 15th, 2013
Opening: December 13th, 2013 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://booklyn.org
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Other (outside areas listed)
EMAIL:  
aimee@booklyn.org
PHONE:  
718-383-9621
OPEN HOURS:  
Monday - Friday; 12 - 5pm

DESCRIPTION

Long Live the New Flesh

20th Group Show + 2014 Fundraiser + Holiday Pop-Up Shop

Opening Preview: Friday, Dec. 13, 7 - 10pm

Open Saturday + Sunday, Dec. 14 +15th, 12 - 6pm.

Come celebrate our 20th group show under our current gallery director, with a retrospective exhibition of artists we’ve exhibited and worked with over the past two and half years. In time for the holidays all works will be under $100 and a portion of the sales will go towards furthering our gallery programming into 2014.

Featuring original artwork, prints, zines, ceramics and sculptures by Heather Benjamin, Jon Bocksel, Rob Corradetti, Casey Farnum, Josh Freydkis, MacGregor Harp, Alexander Heir, Jason Kachadourian, Zebadiah Keneally, Alex Kujawski, Scott Meyers, Caroline Paquita, Jess Poplawski, Adams Puryear, Jason Roy, Matt Sidella, Mike Taylor & Leah Wishnia.

Since 2010 the gallery program at Booklyn Artists Alliance has birthed a series of group exhibitions dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Moving into 2014 our exhibition program will grow and change to focus on a year-long series of solo-exhibitions dedicated to providing under-represented yet extremely prolific Brooklyn based self-publishing individuals with technical, conceptual and monetary support in furthering the scope of work of their work.

Refreshments provided by Coney Island Brewing Co. 

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