Landscape: Real and Imagined Juried by Eileen Jeng Lynch Friday, November 16th – Saturday, December 15th

Site:Brooklyn Gallery

Artwork by Annie Varnot, “Pacific Crest Trail: Washington Sun Flares and Fire“ oil on panel, 36″x48″ 2018

Landscape: Real and Imagined

Juried by Eileen Jeng Lynch Friday, November 16th – Saturday, December 15th

Site:Brooklyn Gallery is pleased to present Landscape: Real and Imagined juried by Eileen Jeng Lynch.

Eileen Jeng Lynch is the Curator of Visual Arts at Wave Hill New York Public Garden and Culture Center. She curates the Sunroom Project Space for emerging artists and is involved in all aspects of visual arts programming, including exhibitions in Glyndor Gallery, publications, and the annual Winter Workspace program. As an independent curator, Jeng Lynch organized exhibitions that featured emerging and established contemporary artists in galleries and nonprofit institutions, including Sperone Westwater, Lesley Heller Gallery, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, and Radiator Gallery and worked at the Art Institute of Chicago. She has contributed to Two Coats of Paint and On-Verge.

Artists: Aaliyah Gupta, Aaron Asis, Andrew Arend, Ann Cofta, Ann Marie Auricchio, Annie Varnot, Athena Atocha, Beth Ganz, Bill Burgess, Christine Aaron, Claudine Metrick, Elizabeth Gargas, Françoise Soulé Zinsou Duressé, Hannah U, Jen Noone, Jessie Novik, Jolene Powell, Joomi Chung, Katie Westmoreland, Kayo Albert, Marcelyn Bennett Carpenter, Maria Ossandon Recart, Marianne Barcellona, Mark Granlund, Matthew Arnold, Meridith McNeal, Nathan Taves, Patty Cateura, Rebecca Schultz, Rosalyn Bodycomb, Rosalyn Carlino, Russell Horton, Ruth Jeyaveeran, Scott Bae, Scott Groeniger, Seungkyung Oh, Sophia Lee, Soulaf Abas, Stefan Hagen, Timothy Clifford, Whitney Sage, Yasemin Kackar-Demirel, Zachary Skinner

Gallery Info: Address: 165 7th St Brooklyn, NY Opening Reception: Friday, November 16th 6-9PM Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday 1-6PM

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