March 18, 2013

The Zone

The Zone was an abandoned factory located at 104 South 4th Street between Bedford Avenue and Berry Street. In the mid 1980s the seven-storey building had three "tenants," only one of whom paid rent. On the top floor were the artists and punks who squatted the place for studio space. Some of them even lived there. A local Puerto Rican gang had the 4th floor. On the ground floor was the last legal tenant, Klaus, a German engineer in his 60s at least, who puttered around in a labyrinth of machinery. And if anything dubious happened in the Zone, which it did, Klaus did a good imitation of Sergeant Schultz from Hogan's Heros — "I KNOW NOTH-INK!"

March 10, 2013

David Rich Opens on April 5th

David Rich Paintings

April 5 - June 2, 2013

Opening Reception: Friday, April 5, 6-9 pm

10 Eighth Avenue, Suite 3
Brooklyn NY 11217

It is an honor to welcome David Rich into our gallery, where he joins an unpredictable dialogue that has taken shape since we first opened our doors in June of last year. David Rich is an exceptionally bold and uncompromising painter, whose reputation precedes him. His paintings are densely layered and decisively edited, and also open and refreshing. They are responses to urban landscape that converse as well with inner life. We are lucky and delighted to have David Rich on board!

Please join us at a reception for David Rich at our elegant new location in Park Slope on April 5th. Map.

Please visit David Rich's page on our website to see more about this artist.