Brooklyn’s The Borough: A Pop-up Event on the Upper East Side
EXHIBITION AND ARTIST MIXER
Saturday / May 21 / 10am – 5pm
Saturday / May 21 / 2pm
Moderated by Doyle Specialist Angelo Madrigale
Featuring Dan Witz, GILF and other artists to be announced
Friday / May 20 / 6pm – 8pm
(Event is full, reservations no longer being accepted)
Curated by ROBERT ALOIA and MELISSA MCCAIG-WELLES
Hosted by CARLO MCCORMICK
FEATURING WORKS BY Swoon, Ghost, Rae, Rambo, Tim Okamura, ASVP, Christophe Roberts, Luis Santana, Giz, Alice Mizrahi, Dan Witz, D. Gaja, Gilf, Elle, Blade, Cey Adams, Sen2 Figueroa, Allie Olson, Andrew Ohanesian, Vilaykorn, UFO907, Giles Thompson, Jason McClain, Al Diaz, Jesper Haynes, Bari Schlosser, Icy&Sot, Anthony Castro, Russell Murphy, Mr. B, Vexta, Dark Clouds, Peru Ana Ana Peru, Nick Kuszyk, Dizmology, Nick McManus, Jon Burgerman, Filip Wolak, Droid 907, Matthew Bixby, Dalek, Chris Mendoza, Pablo Power, Queen Andrea, N Carlos J, Trap Fl and Rodrigo Valles.
Robert Aloia and Melissa McCaig-Welles are pleased to present Brooklyn’s The Borough, a mixed media group exhibition paying tribute to Brooklyn and the artists, visionaries and pioneers who have made their mark and transformed it into the avant garde destination it has become today. Brooklyn’s The Borough is an exclusive two-day event featuring some of these trendsetters, this ever-evolving mix of artists and their ingenuity that have made Brooklyn so electric and ahead of the curve. The opening reception will be hosted by culture critic and curator Carlo McCormick and will include a Brooklyn inspired music playlist.
During the exhibition on Saturday there will be an artist mixer with coffee and baked goods. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Urban Arts Partnership. Urban Arts Partnership advances the intellectual, social and artistic development of underserved public school students through arts-integrated education programs to close the achievement gap. UAP brings the arts to over 15,000 students and 500 teachers in New York City and Los Angeles.
Follow @doylenewyork on Instagram as Doyle's Director of Contemporary Art Angelo Madrigale takes over our feed through Saturday.