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ACME Brooklyn

Works by Brooklyn artist Dakota Sica at La Fabrica Gallery, as a part of ACME Brooklyn/ photo credit: Tomas Herold

Works by Brooklyn artist Dakota Sica at La Fabrica Gallery, as a part of ACME Brooklyn/ photo credit: Tomas Herold

This weekend, a collective of artists from Brooklyn and Mexico will be exhibiting their work through ACME Brooklyn,  a project that seeks to explore “the artistic production of a specific context.”

The project represents a unique collaborative effort between both established and emerging artists from Mexico and Brooklyn, while examining the complexities of identities and spaces that have been displaced physically, socially, and conceptually. Themes of globalization, shifting local and national political changes, and a rapidly changing world weave their way through the many site specific pieces.

These elements are also paralleled in the use of three locations for exhibitions spaces: the Wythe Hotel, La Fabrica Gallery, and the Wythe Hotel Basement Cinema – the shifting of locations, pieces, and viewers and artists demonstrate the importance of contexts and environment. ACME Brooklyn runs through July 21; exhibits vary with day and location.

La Fabrica Gallery, 1-8 pm until July 21, 198 N. 4th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Wythe Hotel, 80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn

 

 

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