We need your help!Over the past 12 years, Open Source has connected our community to artists from all over the world, shared stories and encouraged children’s creativity with KoKo NYC. Whether we’ve discussed art with you over coffee during a Sunday morning cHURCH or over a drink at an opening reception, we have enjoyed sharing our work with you. Each year, our annual fundraiser has a larger impact on programming than the last. Generous donations by local and international artists will be…See More
October 26, 2019 at 2pm to November 29, 2019 at 6pm
Open Source Gallery presents Debtor, an exhibition of new works by Camilo Godoy.Camilo Godoy’s practice is concerned with the construction of political and history. Engaging with conceptual, photographic, and choreographic strategies, Godoy analyzes and challenges past and present historical moments to imagine different subversive ways of being. At Open Source Gallery, Debtor includes a series of sculptures in the form of animal branding irons. Each sculpture represents the logo of the four…See More
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Open Source is a Brooklyn based non-profit that serves as a nexus for contemporary art and local neighborhood cultures, with a history of supporting emerging artists who through the development of new works challenge how, when, and where contemporary art intersects and integrates with the everyday lives of everyday people. We place strong emphasis on public socially engaged artwork, sustainable communities, and social justice.