Naomi Safran-Hon describes her mixed-media paintings, which often combine print, fabric, canvas and cement, as a depiction of neglected architectural spaces with traces of both their former human inhabitants and the external forces that brought about their desolation.
Common thematic concerns of Caitlin Cherry's work orbit around female subjectivity and the Black woman’s experience. “Not everyday women,” Cherry views her subjects through the lens of technology where they become beautifully superhuman, glossy, misunderstood, and disfigured.
Zachary Fabri works across the mediums of sculpture, video, and performance. Inspired by both the visceral and material world, his video and performance work captures his body engaging with a site’s built environment, Black identities, and his Brooklyn neighborhood.
BRIC has collaborated with so many exceptional artists and we are grateful to them for sharing their work with us and our community. From fellowships to grants, prizes, and awards, join us in celebrating the achievements of these groundbreaking creators and BRIC contemporary artist alumni!
The onset of COVID-19 in the midst of our Spring 2020 season has compelled us to reimagine our Stoop Share program, and to think of new ways we can provide support and resources beyond the use of our physical space.