Contemporary Art Programs
Public programs in conjunction with BRIC's Contemporary Art program and the art exhibitions on view.
Latinx Abstract is a groundbreaking exhibition, focusing on the work of ten contemporary artists who work with varied media and approaches, and are united by their dedication to abstract languages.
I Saw God and She Wasn’t Made of Money is an exhibition by BRIC ArtFP artist Emily Oliveira that transforms BRIC’s Project Room into a devotional space using embroidery, quilting, beading, and rug tufting.
This virtual exhibition is presented to honor the 2020 recipients of the Colene Brown Art Prize, an unrestricted grant that has been awarded in amounts of $10,000 each to ten New York-based visual artists. This year’s recipients are: Caitlin Cherry, Zachary Fabri, Scherezade Garcia, Nate Lewis, Joiri Minaya, Kambui Olujimi, Erwin Redl, Christophe Roberts, Naomi Safran-Hon, and Michelle Segre.
How can photographs make visible the invisible? How do artists conjure the absent or the deceased in their images? How can we engage with such work during the current pandemic?
A text-based, public art installation at the Prospect Park Bandshell by the collaborative duo, Brooklyn Hi-Art! Machine, encouraging a celebration of survival despite systemic adversity.
Presented in partnership by BRIC, Prospect Park Alliance, and NYC Parks
Join us on Zoom for the opening reception of the inaugural For-Teens-By-Teens Youth Curatorial Fellowship exhibition, Make This Accessible.