‘Speak Up! Women Art & Social Justice’ to Open at Basin Gallery, Red Hook

 

 

 

Image courtesy Connie Lee, Founder/President, Art Lives Here, Inc.

“Speak Up! Women Art & Social Justice” is a four person exhibition running from March 8 through April 21, 2024 at Basin Gallery & Studios in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Guest curated by artist/ curator Valeri Larko, this mixed media show features original artwork from: Rodriguez Calero , Airco Caravan, Daina Higgins and Arlene Rush. This show addresses women’s rights, as well as other social justice issues. All of the artists in this exhibition have been making important art for decades. They say the “future is female”, but with so many countries backsliding on women’s rights and other human rights, it is important to listen to these powerful women’s voices.

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Zaq Landsberg’s ‘Reclining Liberty’ to Pop-Up at Andrew Logan Projects, Red Hook through June 24th

 

 

 

Zaq Landsberg, ‘Reclining Liberty’ at Liberty State Park, NJ. Image courtesy Zaq Landsberg

We loved Zaq Landsberg’s Reclining Liberty in Morning Side Park, Harlem, and celebrated the monuments move to Liberty State Park. Now, she is packed and ready to return to New York for a brief stay in Red Hook!

Following Reclining Liberty…..here’s what we know. After a year on display in Liberty State Park, the 25-foot-long, 2,000 pound statue is moving indoors ~ into the Red Hook gallery space, Andrew Logan Projects located at 384 Van Brunt Street in Brooklyn for a short stay through June 24, 2023.

Follow Zaq Landsberg: Reclining Liberty from its beginning to its retirement at MoCa Arlington.

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Bringing Attention to Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Compère Collective Presents Alexandra Jamieson’s ‘Our Stories: Patterns & What We Inherit’

 

 

 

Alex Jamieson, Alex Nude Back in front of Painting. Image courtesy of the artist

Compère Collective will open its doors to Our Stories: Patterns & What We Inherit, an art exhibition by Alexandra Jamieson. For her first solo show, Alexandra Jamieson found inspiration in trauma healing therapies like EMDR, as well as scientific research into epigenetic inheritance, and the basic building blocks of human life, nucleotides. Patterns of healing, epigenetic trauma, and intergenerational expressions of hope, addiction, mental health crises, and loss are explored in this robust series of watercolors and mixed-media paintings. Her exhibition will be opening in September to honor Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

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