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Emmy Mikelson at Brooklyn Art Cluster

Fran Holstrom

Zoom In, Zoom Out
Opening Reception: June 27, 7-9pm
On View: June 27 - July 21, 2018

Zoom In, Zoom Out is a group show featuring works by Capucine Bourcart, Christopher Rose, Elizabeth Riley, Emmy Mikelson, Eunjin Kim, Heidi Jensen, Kath McCarthy, Loretta Park, Miyoung Sohn, Miguel Otero Fuentes, Vivian Charlesworth, Bec Conrad and curated by Joel Carreiro. 

Art is about paying attention to things. Each artist determines what to focus on based on individual interests, priorities and vision. In the exhibition “Zoom In Zoom Out” ten artists focus on their current subjects. Some present works built from fragments and details, others through layering, accumulation and the recombination of small parts. Some are influenced by different cultures or concentrate on the minutia of everyday life, while others focus on the urban environment or on the interface between our physical and digital/virtual realities. Still others explore ecological issues through a conflation of micro and macro imagery or create images that reveal different viewing experiences when approached closely or viewed distantly. T

hrough a range of processes and materials these artists prioritize issues of materiality, flux, touch, tactility and the haptic. Some sew or braid, others make large structures through the accumulation of smaller elements. One mines the territory between biological and fabricated development and another creates confluences of the past and present. Each adjusts focus to perceive their subjects clearly and invites us to zoom in or out as needed to experience their works.   --from the press release

Brooklyn Art Cluster
The Cluster Gallery
200 6th Street 3E
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Solstice Party in Gowanus with Katarina Jerinic

Fran Holstrom


Cloud Drift is a series of cyanotype image flags flown from the Gowanus Canal's bridges on Union, Carroll, Third & Ninth Streets. As each flag is activated by the wind, an image of the canal’s surface just below unfurls, transforming dingy waters into sublimely cloudy skies. Presented by Gowanus Souvenir Shop @gowanussouvenir

FLAGS ON VIEW through September 21, 2017

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Katarina Jerinic Opening Thurs @GowanusSouvenir

Fran Holstrom


An exhibition of cyanotypes by Brooklyn artist Katarina Jerinic opens this Thursday at the Gowanus Souvenir Shop. The cyanotype is--you guessed it--blue. The lovely washy, saturated images nonetheless capture the floating debris, muck and reflections of the skies of the Gowanus Canal, which the artist traverses regularly on here way to the studio. Jerinic chose this photographic method from 1840s, and a title of the exhibition borrowed from Asher B. Durand, a Hudson river School artist who fretted over the impact of industrialization. 

Gowanus Souvenir Shop
567 Union Street
between Nevins and Third Avenue
Brooklyn, NY

Opening: Thursday 11/10 from 6-8pm
On view through November 27th
Hours: Thurs & fri 3-7pm, Sat-Sun 11-7pm