Please join us this Sunday, February 27, between 4-6pm to hear from artists Henry Chung and Andrew Zarou of RHV Fine Art, an artist-run gallery in the dynamic neighborhood of South Slope! See below for images and more information. We promise to have you home in time for the Oscars!
See what Flavorpill and the Park Slope Patch had to say:
“The Old Stone House, New Histories,” is an opportunity to showcase local talent based in and around Park Slope, Brooklyn. We also collaborated with artists who incorporate history, time and memory in their work as a nod to the storied past of this historic, Brooklyn enclave: artist Andrew Zarou’s collages recycle newspaper and fragmented documents; Karen Schoellkopf’s post-industrial Buffalo landscapes embody old and new meanings of home; and Boris Rasin and Kenny Komer’s site-specific installation charts the evolution of the American flag. Mason Saltarrelli’s playful chronology and found motifs migrate throughout his tarnished canvases while Henry Chung’s found photographs are reborn with the aid of an obscure computer punch tape device. Artist Robert Walden ─ whose cartography-informed works literally map out his past actions ─ manages RHV Fine Art with Chung in the burgeoning artistic community of South Slope.
Meet the artists at the opening and closing salons on February 1 from 6-8pm and February 27 from 4-6pm.
Washington Park/JJ Byrne Playground
5th Ave. at 3rd St.
Brooklyn NY 11215
F train to 4th Ave/9th St.