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September kicks off a new art going season in New York City and FOP/smudge studio will be participating in two upcoming (free and open to the public!) events this month. This coming weekend our studio doors will be open as part of Go Brooklyn, the borough-wide “community-curated open studio project” facilitated by the Brooklyn Museum of Art. During the weekend community members registered as voters will visit studios and nominate artists for inclusion in a group exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum. We’ll be in our Red Hook studio (#29) at 183 Lorraine both Saturday and Sunday, September 8-9th. Our floor will be open from 11-7 p.m. with more than 79 artists participating, including painters, sculptors, printmakers, photographers, jewelers, wood workers, ceramicists and a ukulele maker. On Saturday night there will be a barbecue with a DJ until 10pm. We hope to see you there!
And, later this month, our Repository cards and recent Geologic City: A field guide to the GeoArchitecture of New York will both be available at the New York Art Book Fair (September 28-30th at PS1) at the Soberscove Press booth. Sincere thanks to Julia Klein for hosting us. Not for the faint of heart, the Book Fair offers a remarkable and dense jungle of latest titles that are not only about art, but are art themselves—expanding both the boundaries of what “books” are and what “art” can be.
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