Art pairs well with sweet crepes, in our humble opinon! On view now through September at Pushkin Creperie Café: “The End of Printmaking” by Brooklyn based-artist, Richard Lebenson. The exhibition was curated by Josh Stulman, and is presented by Brooklyn Art Review. From their site: “Lebenson’s artwork is known for its realist inspiration and interest in architecture, reflections, and portraiture. He often chooses to focus on quiet moments. Whether an illustration of a single house, a man looking at his reflection in a window, or a leaking faucet still-life; Lebenson’s imagery carries a somber tone that offer the viewer a point of reflection.” For more information, click HERE.
1966-1975: The End of Printmaking
July 15 – September 30, 2015
Opening Reception: Wednesday, July 22, 6:00-8:00 pm
Pushkin Creperie Café, 541 Myrtle Avenue between Steuben and Emerson Streets
Regular hours are 10pm-6pm, open daily.