So much going on part ii! But they are all in Brooklyn so gallery hopping is somewhat do able.
We are excited to invite you to TOO ART FOR TV 6 – the sixth annual group exhibition for the animation industry AND the debut of Bunnycutlet Gallery in Brooklyn (Williamsburg, NY)!!
158 Roebling Street, Brooklyn NY 11211
Featuring new works by 44 artists, including first time Too Art exhibitor Vincent Scala, whose large acrylic paintings combine animation, horror, and comedy with vibrant colors. Also featuring paintings by Too Art veterans Kelly Denato and Jessica Milazzo – though their work differs aesthetically, they share a unique ability to mix metaphor and humor with a beautiful illustrator’s hand. Isam Prado’s drawings, while delicately drawn, are portraits of internal distress and bitter violence, contrasted with Christy Karacas’s massive-scale drawings, which energetically explode with cats, robots, and comic violence.
Ruppert and Mulot 101 November 9 – 11, 2012 Opening Reception: Friday November 9, 7-10pm Wayfarers Gallery / 1109 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221 Florent Ruppert to be present at opening reception Refreshments provided by Brooklyn Brewery
THREE NIGHTS: Thursday, November 8 – Saturday November 10, 8pm, $15
The Brick / 575 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Written by Jules Feiffer
Directed by John Hurley
Oily Comics at
Bergen Street Comics
470 Bergen Street Brooklyn, NY 11217
The BCGF Rock Show
2 Havemeyer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Friday, November 9
Prince Rupert’s Drops and special guests
Michael McMillan: Series ZZZZZ and Other Pictures
November 9 – December 8, 2012
Opening reception: Friday November 9, 5-7 pm
Tomato House / 301 Saratoga Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11233
Artist to be present at opening reception
The first retrospective exhibition by this underground master (Arcade, Terminal Comics, Young Lust) features a selection of ink drawings from the 1970s and a sequence of unpublished fully-painted comics from 1999-2000. Curated by Dan Nadel.
Thursday, November 8 — Sunday, November 11
The Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival Film Series
Spectacle Theater / 124 South 3rd St., Brooklyn
The Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival and Spectacle Theater present a weekend of fantastic and surreal comics-related and animated double features. On Thursday and Friday we proudly present films related to the Franco-Belgian comics tradition. On Saturday and Sunday we’ll screen the “BCGF Animation Showcase,” presenting a panoply of contemporary experimental shorts from the Eyeworks Film Festival and historical feature-length masterworks.
Heidi MacDonald is the founder and editor in chief of The Beat. In the past, she worked for Disney, DC Comics, Fox and Publishers Weekly. She can be heard regularly on the More To Come Podcast. She likes coffee, cats and noble struggle.