Photography

in Photography

Holy Week Philippines / shots from the road

Gallery 2: Procession and Flagellents I shot these during Holy Week 2010 in my travels to some small provinces here in the Philippines. They include what I experienced walking in a three-day procession in the province of Marikina (the shoe capital of the Philippines) and attending a Maundy Thursday flagellation in Navotas, where locals line ... Continue reading ›

in Art Exhibition, Emerging Artists, Exhibitions, Openings, Painting, Photography, Sculpture

The Little Deaths – An Affair of Intimate Works

Flyer artwork by Dan Estabrook Anagnorisis Fine Arts and Shadow's Space are pleased to announce an exhibition featuring works that explore the visceral and intellectual foundations behind the well-known French term, ?La Petit Mort? or ?The Little Death?. Dramatically referring to orgasmic fainting spells or spiritual release, the term evokes the darker, and perhaps more realistic ... Continue reading ›

I currently work on photography base art works that at times will include drawing and painting on the photographs themselves. In addition, I creates illustrations both via traditional and digital means. My range of themes are rooted but not limited to being a Latina and a feminist.

in Photography

Melissa Catanese: Fieldwork

by Allicette Torres There is something that has gone sadly awry with the American dream in the photographs of Melissa Catanese. Within their hung frames at the Sasha Wolf Gallery there seems to be a gut wrenching quiet infection brewing and simmering to the point of uncomfortably. The work emanates a quiet implosion that echoes the death ... Continue reading ›

in Competitions, Events, Illustration, NYC, Painting, Photography, project, Sculpture

Call For Entries // Burning Man Juried Exhibition

Brooklynartproject.com is proud to announce our latest project - a juried competition for Burning Man 2008 in collaboration with wdydwyd.com and Working With Artists - Denver. This is one of the world?s largest and most avant-garde art festivals, attended by ... Continue reading ›

I currently work on photography base art works that at times will include drawing and painting on the photographs themselves. In addition, I creates illustrations both via traditional and digital means. My range of themes are rooted but not limited to being a Latina and a feminist.

in Events, Japan, NYC, Photography

Heavy Light: Recent Photography and Video from Japan

by Allicette Torres I went this week to the International Center of Photography to see the exhibit Heavy Light: Recent Photography and Video from Japan. I find myself constantly attracted to work from peoples who live on islands, being from and island myself?although quite distant from Japan. Their point of view deeply flourishes foreign yet, greatly familiar ... Continue reading ›

in Brooklyn, Events, Painting, Performance art, Photography, Sculpture, Video

EVENT: “Mixed Emotions” at Brooklyn Fire Proof

Opening:  Friday, February 1, 2008Exhibition open until March 23, 2008Venue:  Brooklyn Fire ProofShow:  Mixed Emotions, group show curated by Sophia Dixon Brooklyn Fire Proof is pleased to present Mixed Emotions, a group show curated by Sophia Dixon. Muffy Brandt Arrington de Dionyso Antonia Dixon Max Eisenberg Andrea Lilienthal Haley O'Connor Rob Rhee Erika Somogyi Quinn Taylor Alice Valenti Jacques Vidal Mixed Emotions is a gathering of drawing, ... Continue reading ›

in Kim McCarthy, Member work, NYC, Painting, Photography, Rising Stars, Seattle, Stencil, Street art, Vinyl toys

Doing What I Love – Kim McCarthy

Kim McCarthy a.k.a. SOULE is one of the most prolific member artist on Brooklyn Art Project.  She is based in Seattle, WA and has exhibited her work at the early age of 16.  This past year, this artist executed 14 paintings in one day.  Originally her canvas were facades of buildings on the streets of Spokane ... Continue reading ›

in Kim McCarthy, Member work, Painting, Photography, Rising Stars, Stencil, Street art

Home is Where the Heart Is – Brad Strain

Brooklyn Art Project member artist Brad Strain is based in Seattle since 2002, a Kiwi, hailing from the cultural capital in Australia, beautiful Melbourne.  Splendidly, he's a self-taught painter with a strong photography and film background.  His latest "Home" series is both playful and dejected, in that it stirs childhood dreams of treehouses, and various adult ... Continue reading ›