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The Invisible Dog Exhibits 'If You See Nothing Say Something' 5/22-7/24

By: May. 03, 2010
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The Invisible Dog
A New Art Center in Brooklyn

If You See Nothing Say Something
New Exhibition
Opening Party Saturday May 22nd - 6pm

From Saturday May 22nd to Sunday July 24th

If You See Nothing Say Something
New exhibition curated by Kiya Kim

a PLUS ONE Curatorial Project

The Invisible Dog Art Center presents the first curatorial program PLUS ONE curated by artist Kiya Kim (Korean, b. 1977), which features artists Adam Smith Parker, Young Paik, Chong Gon Byun, Carolyn Salas, Eun Jung Hwang, Woolga Choi, Hong Seon Jang, Hee Jung Cho, Jason Peters, Julie Evanoff, Kiya Kim, Megan Prince, Noah Klersfeld, Richard Jochum, Sea Chang Chun & Thomas McKean

Brooklyn's Invisible Dog Art Center was conceived from the first as a new kind of art center: an unconventional community of artists working in all media and at all career stages, brought together by a mutual commitment to collaboration and collectivity. As such, the artists' studios are integral to the project: for the 27 artists housed there, the Invisible Dog is literally home. They are the heart of the Invisible Dog, according to director Lucien Zayan, who wanted to honor their commitment to the unique spirit of the space in a way consonant with the center's ideals...

The exhibition is made possible by the initiative of The Invisible Dog Art Center and generously supported by Namkwang Construction

Contact Information
The Invisible Dog Art Center
51 Bergen Street (between Smith street and Boerum Place)
Brooklyn NY 11201
F or G Trains - Bergen street stop