The “Bric Biennial: Volume III, South Brooklyn Edition” will feature five satellite exhibits scattered throughout the neighborhoods it covers, in addition to the main display at the Bric House in Fort Greene. Here are the details on each:
A solo exhibition of objects and prints by Glenn Goldberg, titled “The World is Not the Thing (a shop at La Bodega).” Many were created at the gallery’s community studio.
La Bodega Gallery [695 Fifth Ave. between 21st and 22nd streets in Greenwood Heights, (520) 409–4751 www.labod
The exhibit “Women’s Work” at the Sunset Park gallery space will feature pieces by 10 women artists from Brooklyn. Each has made work focused on the theme of domestic labor, and its links to craft.
Nars Foundation [201 46th St. at Second Avenue in Sunset Park, (718) 768–2765, www.narsf
Artist Phoenix Lindsey Hall appealed to the local women-loving-women community to source the components in her exhibit “Lesbian Matters – My First Queer Object,” a collection of items that “represent and symbolize lesbian identity,” displayed among Hall’s porcelain furniture pieces.
Trestle Gallery (850 Third Ave., Suite 411, at 30th Street in Sunset Park, www.trest
The Gowanus gallery will display a solo exhibit from mixed-media artist Carl E. Hazlewood, titled “Swimming Blind in a Wine-Dark Sea.”
Ortega y Gasset Projects (363 Third Ave. at Third Street in Gowanus, www.oygpr
Inside the chapel at Green-Wood Cemetery you will find a solo exhibit of photographs by Cinthya Santos-Briones. The images in her “Living Inside Sanctuary” exhibit feature immigrant families who have taken refuge inside houses of worship while they fight deportation orders.
Green-Wood Cemetery (500 25th St. at Fifth Avenue in Greenwood Heights, www.green