Posts tagged: Brooklyn Museum
Petah Coyne's creepy hay sculpture “The Twins” (1987) is hanging in a stairwell at the Brooklyn Museum.
El Anatsui's “Drainpipe” (2010) is made of milk tin lids and is one of the more uncharacteristic works in his show at the Brooklyn Museum, Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui (through August 18).
One of my favorite El Anatsui pieces from his solo show at the Brooklyn Museum, Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui (through August 18), “Black Block” (2010).
Michael Ballou’s “Dog Years” (2013) from his Raw/Cooked show at the Brooklyn Museum (through July 7).
One of the works in Valerie Hegarty's new installation in the Brooklyn Museum's period rooms, Alternative Histories (through December 1).
One of Marela Zacarias's sculptural installations as part of her Raw/Cooked show at the Brooklyn Museum (through April 29).
Philip Guston’s “Red Cloth" (1976) currently hanging in the Brooklyn Museum's contemporary art gallery.
Oliver Jeffers's triptych “The Search” (2012) is one of the highlights of the Brooklyn Museum's jumbled crowd-sourced show GO: a community-curated open studio project (through February 24).
This terrific Valerie Hegarty piece, “Fallen Bierstadt" (2007), is always a pleasure to encounter in the American Art galleries at the Brooklyn Museum.
Part of the largest piece in the Brooklyn Museum's Keith Haring retrospective, Keith Haring: 1978–1982 (through July 8), “Matrix” (1983).