Brooklyn Rail presents the seventh installment of its ongoing exhibition series, Singing in Unison, at Industry City. Once a postage facility, the gallery space is 16,000 square feet and has been remodeled specifically for this show. This rendition of Singing in Unison expands upon the themes presented in previous installments, and importantly, the unique quality each artist brings to their work is a cause for celebration. It is that uniqueness that enables us to rejoice in what Konrad Wachsmann referred to, in describing the Great Exhibition of 1851, as “the art of joining.” By showcasing the works of artists young and old, taught and self-taught, and hailing from every corner of the world side-by-side, we also participate in the form of creation by fostering a community bound by a mutual appreciation for art in all its many forms.
Join Brooklyn Rail on Saturday, September 24th for guided-tour sessions throughout the day, led by the curation team. The exhibition will continue to run every Wednesday – Sunday through December 17, 2022.
Featuring works by:
Tony Bechara, Katherine Bradford, Bill Bollinger, Lauren Bon and Metabolic Studio, Russel Craig, Thornton Dial, Mark Dion, Mitch Epstein, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Rico Gatson, Guy Goodwin, Ron Gorchov, Tamara Gonzales, Amy Grantham, Joanne Greenbaum, Josephine Halvorson, John Hatfield, EJ Hauser, Peter Halley, YZ Kami, Nemo Librizzi, Vera Lutter, Chris Martin, Andrew Moeller, Loren Munk, Louis Osmosis, Jared Owens, Tony Oursler, Paul Pagk, James Prosek, Ishmael Randall-Weeks, David Reed, Matthew Richie, Dorothea Rockburne, Ugo Rondinone, Janet Ruttenberg, Julian Schnabel, Sean Scully, Dana Sherwood, Arthur Simms, Kiki Smith, Joan Snyder, Carol Szymanski, Liliane Tomasko, Uman, Tomas Vu, Bob Witz, Purvis Young, and more.
This event is part of IC’s Art Saturday, a day of programming with gallery openings, live movement performances, workshops, and pop-ups.