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16 Wilson Avenue, ground floor
January 1 - January 23, 2011
Reception: Saturday, January 1, 1 - 3 PM
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BUSHWICK, BROOKLYN—Join gallery directors Jason Andrew and Deborah Brown as we open our next year of exciting exhibitions at Storefront in Bushwick. Hot off a fresh review in The New York Times, the gallery hosts an exciting new show in the new year featuring new work by a new group of rising art stars. The exhibition can be previewed at a fundraiser for the Bushwick based non-profit NORTE MAAR, on Tuesday, December 28, 7-9PM. $20, beer + pizza. The official opening reception will a brunch held on New Years Day, January 1, from 1PM-3PM. Exhibition continues through January 23. Storefront hours and directions can be found at

NEW YEAR, NEW WORK, NEW FACES: Ali Aschman * John Avelluto * Gregg Baker * Yevgeniya Baras * Myles Bennett * Jim Butler * Maria Calandra * Paul Campbell * Ceclie Chong * Henry Chung * Amanda Church * Elisabeth Condon * Kevin Curran * Mila Dau * Blane De St. Croix * Kylie Heidenheimer * Cooper Holoweski * Leslie Kerby * Wendy Klemperer * Lars Kremer * Matthew Langley * Mary Kate Maher * Karen Marston * Loren Munk * Carol Salmanson * Rob Servo * Julie Torres * Rhonda Tymeson * Don Voisine * Robert Walden * Chuck Webster * Josh Willis * Mark Weathers * and others.

++++++ STOREFRONT was started by Jason Andrew and Deborah Brown. It is Bushwick’s leading gallery presenting both emerging young talent and established historically significant artists. Its exhibition program has been the featured in ARTNET MAGAZINE, THE CITYist, TIME OUT NEW YORK, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, NEW YORK PRESS, NEW YORK POST, THE NEW CRITERION, L MAGAZINE, THE BROOKLYN RAIL, THE NEW YORK TIMES, WNYC, and written about locally including BUSHWICKBK, GREENPOINT GAZETTE, WILLIAMSBURG GREENPOINT NEWS + ARTS.

HOURS: Weekends 1:00-6:00PM or by appointment 646-361-8512. DIRECTIONS: L train to Brooklyn, Morgan Avenue Stop. Walk four blocks on Morgan to Flushing Avenue. Cross Flushing Avenue to Wilson Avenue. The gallery is located between Noll and George Streets.
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