592 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206
Presenting new work by Dave Hardy and EJ Hauser
Press Preview: Thursday May 29, 4-6pm
Private Preview: Thursday May 29, 6:30-9:30pm
Free of charge and open to the public:
Friday May 30, 12-7pm
Saturday May 31, 12-7pm
Sunday June 1, 12-8pm
Dave Hardy has mounted solo shows at Regina Rex, Art in General, 92Y Tribeca, and La Mama Galleria (New York); Southern Exposure (San Francisco); and Emerson Dorsch (Miami). His work has been included in group exhibitions at Bortolami Gallery, Jack Shainman Gallery, Sculpture Center and PS1, among others. Forthcoming exhibitions include shows at Churner and Churner (New York) and Wentrup Gallery (Berlin). Hardy holds a Masters of Fine Art from the Yale School of Art and a Bachelors of Arts from Brown University. He is an alumnus of The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and he lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
EJ HAUSER has been included in numerous group exhibitions at: Studio Zürcher, ZieherSmith, and James Fuentes Gallery all in NYC; and Regina Rex, The Journal Gallery and NURTUREart all in Brooklyn, NY: and ACME Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. Her work has been reviewed in; Art in America, The Brooklyn Rail, Bomb Magazine, The New York Times, and The New York Observer. EJ has lectured and taught at Hunter College, Mt. Holyoke, PAFA, NYSS, and BHQFU. In 2013 she was a recipient of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant and an Artist in Residence at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. EJ lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
NEWD Art Show is a new art fair that will bring together artist collectives, project spaces, non-profits and galleries to promote emerging art initiatives and foster a conversation on how best to support young artists—by organizing talks on artist-centric issues, offering negotiated resale rights as an option for sales, and showcasing Artist Pension Trust.
American Medium, a Bedford-Stuyvesant gallery
LAW OFFICE, since 1998
Marina T. Schindler, an independent curator
Rawson Projects, a Greenpoint gallery
Regina Rex, a Bushwick artist collective
Residency Unlimited, a Carroll Gardens non-profit
Sardine, a Bushwick gallery
Signal, a Bushwick gallery
Theodore:Art, a Bushwick gallery
The fair will be held at the 1896—a NEWD sponsor—located at 592 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyn (near the Jefferson stop on the L). That same weekend, the neighborhood will also host the eighth edition of Bushwick Open Studios, set to feature over 600 artist studios and exhibitions.