BRIC is pleased to present "Handmade Abstract," an exhibition of 13 artists at varying stages of their careers who are dedicated to the visual language of abstraction and who ground their work in everyday, physical realities. The exhibition will focus on artists who employ a broad range of materials and processes, and who imbue their work with a sense of the handmade, tactile, and quirky. Many of the artists use found or recycled materials, and many use fabrication techniques and materials drawn from the worlds of handicraft or domesticity.
BRIC will mount its first open-call exhibition, "OPEN (C)ALL: The Artist’s Studio," from January 14 to February 8, 2015. The exhibition will be presented in the 3,000-square-foot Gallery of BRIC House and will be open to all members of the online BRIC Contemporary Artist Registry or to those artists who join the BRIC Artist Registry during the exhibition submission period (through Jan 7, 2015). BRIC’s Registry is free and open to artists who were born, live, or work in Brooklyn. For the "OPEN (C)ALL" exhibition, Registry artists may submit a single work of art of their choosing and representing their practice. All work submitted within guidelines will be shown, while space is available.