If you’re bummed about missing out on Bushwick Open Studios earlier this month, you’re in luck: the neighborhood of Gowanus – another vibrant artists’ hub in Brooklyn – is hosting its own open studios event starting this Saturday, October 15th, through Sunday, October 16th. Get to know three of the artists that we’re excited to visit this weekend:
Like this multimedia artist says herself, “If you can’t grow them, make them.” Adrienne Tarver’s work deals with the “psychology of space,” which ranges in everything from miniature houses to bold, larger-than-life plant installations.
Where: 400 3rd Ave Brooklyn, NY
Artist Spencer Merolla deals with themes of bereavement – the period of mourning after the loss of a loved one – by using human hair, found photographs, and clothing once worn at funerals to create her beautiful final pieces.
Where: 183 Lorraine Street Brooklyn, NY
Crys Yin’s provocative, tongue-in-cheek pieces deal with the subject matter of what she refers to as “memory over reality,” reimagining the comedic side of deeply personal, awkward, or even tragic experiences.
Where: 540 President St, Basement #26 Brooklyn, NY