NATIONAL ARTS CLUB
15 Gramercy Park South
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Join us for a free panel discussion on "Views of Art in Bushwick"
Bushwick is the latest industrial neighborhood of New York City to transform into an art scene, and our panelists will introduce us to various aspects of the neighborhood from their different experiences living, working, and sharing it over the last decade. They speak to the experience of producing art, presenting it in galleries, writing about it, and even organizing it into the annual Bushwick Open Studios.
Our artist panel will include Chloë Bass (artist and writer, co-found- er Arts in Bushwick), Caroline Burghart (Director of Publications and Archives at Luhring Augustine Bushwick), Ad Deville (Skewville street artist and former gallerist at Factory Fresh), Paul D’Agostino (artist, gallerist at Centotto Gallery, Art Editor for The L Magazine), Annelie Mc-Gavin (gallerist at Studio 10), Tim Kent (artist), Loren Munk (artist), and James Panero (Executive Editor and art critic of The New Criterion). Charlotte Kent will moderate their lively conversation.
The panel will explore the dynamics of an ever-changing neighborhood. The audience will have an opportunity to participate in the discussion during the questions and answer period that will follow.