~JEREMY BRADLEY EARL . . and ANDREW GUENTHER / it’s a black & white dreamy but controlled landscpe moment in BROOKLYN / soundscape by KEVIN MORBY !!
meanwhile, back to the present . . .
BROOKLYN SEEMS to be HAVING . . . A BLACK & WHITE MINIMALIST / FANTASTIC, IMAGINED & EVEN . . . ‘MAPPED-OUT’ . . . MYSTERY !! – LANDSCAPE MOMENT.
with new, controlled but dreamy surrealist futurist (?) black and white landscape drawings by JEREMY BRADLEY EARL opening at CINDERS HAUSCLUB to-night, THURS APRIL 23, 2015
with the musical performance by KEVIN MORBY at 8PM – NOT TO BE MISSED -!!
wow, is all I can say.
I just listened to: “all because of you – Harlem River” – !!!!!!!
(note: the show is viewable at Cinders Hausclub by appointment only – thru mid May 2015. / visit their website & make an app’t !!)
while some very new black and white, minimalist, earth re-imagined and newly mapped, land mass, erosion, here & now then gone (?) landscapes by ANDREW GUENTHER are opening at GREENPOINT TERMINAL, tomorrow FRI APRIL 24, 2015.
NEW WORKS by JEREMY BRADLEY EARL – MUSIC PERFORMANCE BY KEVIN MORBY at 8PM
OPENS TO-NITE: THURS APRIL 23, 2015 / 7-10 PM
CINDERS HAUSCLUB – 700 LORIMER ST – 2nd FLOOR, BROOKLYN (inside C.A.C.A)
SEE: FB INVITE & INFO
“JEREMY BRADLEY EARL . . is a NY-based visual artist and musician in the psychedelic folk rock band . . WOODS.
his drawings & collages evoke shamic illustrations for magical campfire folklore with easy, loose line work that endears and maintains an allure of mystery“.
watch: KEVIN MORBY – “HARLEM RIVER” – !!!! on Youtube
note: KEVIN MORBY is a member of WOODS.
THEN TOMORROW NIGHT, SYNCH UP YOUR BLACK & WHITE SIDES !! AND HIT, the . . .
ANDREW GUENTHER, JORDAN KASEY, NICHOLAS MOENICH and . . TRACY THOMASON OPENING
‘TIDAL POOL’ – CURATED BY ALEX EBSTEIN
OPENING FRI APRIL 24, 2015 / 7-10 PM
the show runs APRIL 24 – MAY 30, 2015
GREENPOINT TERMINAL GALLERY – 67 WEST ST #320 – GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN, NY
“The tide recedes from the shore and leaves behind temporary ecosystems,restructured and contained. Adaptable creatures once at the depths of the sea floor, are caught in the craggy landscape and reorganize themselves into a new set of rules, dramatic climate shifts and feeding habits. Vulnerable to gulls and other land predators in their shallow transparency, tide pools are fascinating to scientists and casual beach enthusiasts alike for this same quality. It’s in these still waters that mollusks, anemones, and smaller crustaceans are easiest to observe for their idiosyncrasies and industriousness.”
the show’s curator, ALEX EBSTEIN . . . is an artist, curator and writer based in Baltimore, MD. among other things, she is the co-founder and director of Nudashank, an artist-run gallery in Baltimore that presented programming from 2009-2013.
ANDREW GUENTHER: (b. 1976) is an American artist based in Brooklyn, NYC since 2000. he earned his MFA at Rutgers in 2000.
JORDAN CASEY: (b. 1985) grew up in the Chicago area and earned a BFA from the Maryland Institute Colllege of art in 2008. she has been living and working Brooklyn since 2013.
NICHOLAS MOENICH: (b. 1985) is also currently Brooklyn-based. He received a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art (2008), and an MFA form Hunter college in 2011. among other things he also attended the Vermont Studio Center residency program.
TRACY THOMASON (b. 1984) hails from Gaithersburg, Maryland. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn. She received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan, and before that, a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore.