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The Bricoleurs: The Fourth Annual Artists from the Registry Exhibition

January 26-March 3, 2012 · 12:00 PM-6:00 PM
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BRIC Rotunda Gallery
Cooper Holoweski
Cooper Holoweski
Dumb Luck, 2011


Each year BRIC Rotunda Gallery presents an exhibition exclusively drawn from its ArtistRegistry, an online resource containing over 15,000 image files and 1,000 active users.The 2012 exhibition The Bricoleurs will present the work of artists who explore the medium of collage and assemblage, and examine expanding the canon of these processes. These artists embrace the practice of bricolage - constructing new forms and imagery - and pull together styles and materials that might otherwise appear disparate and unattractive save for the artist’s ability to combine them into one cogent, integral whole. Artists include: Andrea Burgay, Max Greis, MaryKate Maher, Joseph Gillette, Cooper Holoweski, Alana Fitzgerald, Christian Maychack, Danielle Durchslag, Man Bartlett, and Troy Michie.

Founded in 1983, the BRIC Contemporary Artist Registry is Brooklyn’s oldest visual artist registry, and one of its largest; it includes the portfolios of visual artists who were born in, live in, work in, or have a studio in the borough of Brooklyn, curators, and art professionals. The Registry is open to all Brooklyn-affiliated artists and is free to join and use.

The exhibition is curated by Christian Fuller, BRIC Contemporary Art Associate Director, and Risa Shoup, Residency Manager for the BRIC House Fireworks Residency.


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