Trestle Gallery ResidenciesTrestle Gallery has two residency opportunities with October 1st deadlines, our Trestle Artist Residency and Visiting Artist Residency. Applicants are required to submit…Continue
Submission Guidelines: - Pieces may be no bigger than 12" on longest side - we accept framed and unframed works of all media. If a work is framed, the frame can be a maximum of 2" larger than the piece itself, making the max dimension 14"- You may submit up to 3 works for consideration- Images must be in JPEG format, 1000 pixels on longest side- CV and Statement must be submitted in PDF form- We accept both national and international submissions.To access our application, go here: …See More
The Trestle Art Benefit (TAB) is our annual fundraiser featuring a silent auction of over 50 artworks by local and national artists, specialty items, and tasty treats and refreshments provided by local businesses. This year’s goal is to raise $40,000 to continue to grow Trestle's general programming, including Trestle Gallery Exhibitions, Art Talks &…See More
Trestle Gallery ResidenciesTrestle Gallery has two residency opportunities with October 1st deadlines, our Trestle Artist Residency and Visiting Artist Residency. Applicants are required to submit 4-8 work samples in the following formats: .JPG, .GIF, .MOV, .MP4, .AVI, .MP3. Applicants must have at least one professional reference._______________________________________________________________…See More
Click here for more information and application.Small Works 2018Curated by Sharon LoudenApplication Deadline: May 1st, 2018Show Dates: July 26th - August 29nd, 2018Submission Guidelines: - Pieces may be no bigger than 12" on longest side - we accept 2D and 3D framed and unframed works of all media. If a work is framed, the frame can be a maximum of 2" larger than the piece itself, making the max dimension…See More
Click here for more information and ApplicationTrestle Gallery ResidenciesTrestle Gallery has two residency opportunities with April 1, 2018 deadlines, our Trestle Artist Residency and Visiting Artist Residency. Applicants are required to submit 4-8 work samples in the following formats: .JPG, .GIF, .MOV, .MP4, .AVI, .MP3. Applicants must have at least one…See More
Opening Reception Friday, April 27 7-9pOn view through June 6, 2018Featuring artwork by: Ashley Hope, Elizabeth Insogna, Anne Polashenski, Greg ThielkerCurated by Katerina LanfrancoLiminal Worlds features the work of four artists who examine the thin and tenuous line dividing the many realities that we experience as part of the human condition. Anne Polashenski and Greg Thielker consider notions of self and other through…See More
Participating Artists:Bonnie Collura, Alex Ebstein, Fabienne Lasserre, Adia MillettBorderline brings together four artists working in a space Fabienne Lasserre refers to as the “excluded middle.” Bonnie Collura, Alex Ebstein, Fabienne Laserre, and Adia Millett create works that ask us to question the language of abstraction. Classifying them as painters or sculptors is reductive. Their materials and formal choices are purposeful, born of art history and mindful of the histories of feminism and…See More
Introductions 2018Curated by Enrico GomezOpening reception: Friday, January 19th, 7-9pOn view January 19th - February 28th, 2018Artist-as-Curator Talk will be held at Trestle Tuesday, February 13th, 7pm.Gallery hours: M W F, 1:30-6:30pmRSVP to the opening reception here.More Info:…See More
ObjectifyCo-Curated by Dan G. Hill & Mary SchiliroOpening reception: Friday, September 22nd, 7-9PM On view September 22nd - November 4th.Participating Artists:Richard van der AaRobert Bunierlemke van DijkDaniel G. HillEmma LangridgeLaura NillniJim OsmanMary SchiliroBogumila StrojnaGuido WinklerPatricia Zarate“Objectify”, a group exhibition of international artists, presents work that defies categorization and moves in a space between painting and sculpture, image and object. Much of the…See More
Image: m(ARTHA) BURGESS, from the series “Queer as a Clockwork Orange (Justin Vivien Bond and Amos Mac)”, Archival Print on Cotton Rag, 16 x 20“Queer as a Clockwork PeachFish”A solo exhibition by m(ARTHA) BURGESSArtist's reception: September 8th, 7-9PM On view August 7th - September 15th.Trestle Gallery is pleased to announce “Queer as a Clockwork PeachFish”, a solo exhibition by m Holloway Burgess. “Queer as a Clockwork PeachFish” will feature an installation consisting of sculptural objects…See More
Opening Reception: July 6th, 7-9pmOn view through July 27th, 2017“Small Works” is one of Trestle Gallery’s annual open calls - all works are required to be 12” or smaller! This year’s exhibition is jurored and curated by NYC artist Bill Carroll.“I was amazed by how consistently high the level of artwork was in this year’s submissions for “Small Works”. It was exciting to see such good work happening in all different areas of…See More
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 8th, 7-9pmOn view through June 29th.Guest Curated by Melissa StaigerPlease join us at Trestle Gallery for our inaugural Member Salon at 850 3rd Avenue. This exhibition features visual artists who are all working members at Trestle Art Space & Brooklyn Art Space. Stop by so see art and chat with the artists!Participating Artists:Daniel AshleyMarilee BogaertSara BrooksMelissa CapassoDean ChristensenJoan DiLietoBeth DuerrVita EruhimovitzSherry FieldChristopher…See More
About the Residency: This pilot-program is an extended version of our other residencies, spanning from May 1 - December 31st. Additionally, residents receive a 10% discount on a semi-private studio at our Gowanus location (400 3rd Ave, Brooklyn) while getting additional support of advisory with Adrienne Tarver. Who this…See More
Women In Art: PathwaysTuesday, November 15, 20166:30pm 7:30pm$5 suggested donationRSVP: firstname.lastname@example.orgA panel discussion featuring female curators, artists and fine art professors with diverse backgrounds discussing their navigation of the art world. How they have gotten where they are today and how being a woman influenced, altered, and authored their paths.Moderated by Jen Nista & Katie Hector of Waves CollectiveParticipants:…See More
January 15, 2016 at 6pm to February 12, 2016 at 9pm
Opening Reception: Friday, January 15th (6PM - 9PM)On View: January 15th - February 12th (Saturday's from 1PM - 6PM or by appointment)@ Trestle Projects: 400 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215btwn 6th & 3rd StreetThe exhibition “Baseline” explores five artists’ connection to materials, texture and surface. Sophia Chai uses materials such as tape, paper, house paint and natural light with a 4" x 5" camera to create abstract photographs to mesh space and image. These photographs defy how we expect…See More
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