Hot Chocolate features the artwork of 10 local Brooklyn artists at Pushkin Creperie (541 Myrtle Avenue), curated by Joshua H. Stulman. And Hot Chocolate, of course!
Exibition: January 12, 2014 – February 23, 2014
Opening Reception: January 12, 4pm
The exhibition and opening are FREE and open to the public.
In the middle of winter, sometimes all you want is warm cup of Hot Chocolate and a reason to get out of the house. Hot Chocolate is the perfect excuse to brave the cold to find an eclectic collection of amazing artwork being made locally in Brooklyn. Merging realism, abstract, comic book illustration, figurative, and color field paintings, Hot Chocolate mixes up artists from different backgrounds and age groups to offer a brief survey of interests in the fine arts today.
Jon Axelrod, Ramona Candy, Jesse Xavier Ruiz, J.F Lynch, Tomo Mori, Doug Newton, Kathleen Migliore-Newton, Juan Sarmiento, Fabrizio Seminario, and Joshua H. Stulman.
Pushkin Creperie is located at 541 Myrtle Avenue near the campus of Pratt Institute (between Steuben and Emerson Sts., across from the Pratt Store).
For more information contact Brooklyn Art Review at firstname.lastname@example.org.