Photos from Work That Beat, Bushwick’s Gallery Night Out

10/25/2010 10:33 AM |

Megan Pflug at Regina Rex
  • Three works from Megan Pflug‘s exhibition at Regina Rex.

Friday night Bushwick/Ridgewood galleries stayed open late for Work That Beat (organized by Norte Maar and Storefront‘s Jason Andrew), with ten participating spaces serving drinks, inaugurating new shows and hosting special events. We made it to about half, and here’s what we saw.

Megan Pflug at Regina Rex
  • Something about the orientation of this figure’s head makes it look so sad.

Megan Pflug at Regina Rex
  • A dance performance during the opening reception for Megan Pflug’s show at Regina Rex.

Megan Pflug at Regina Rex

Megan Pflug at Regina Rex

Megan Pflug at Regina Rex

Bushwick gallery SUGAR.
  • The hallway leading to SUGAR.

Bushwick gallery SUGAR.
  • Detail of Christy Singleton’s sculpture “Hershel and Clair.”

Bushwick gallery SUGAR.
  • Detail of Luisa Kazanas’s sculpture “I want Everyone to Win.”

SEENOEVILSEENOEVILSEE EVIL at Factory Fresh.

SEENOEVILSEENOEVILSEE EVIL at Factory Fresh.
  • Paintings by Jeremiah Maddock (near) and Daniel Trocchio (far) at Factory Fresh.

SEENOEVILSEENOEVILSEE EVIL at Factory Fresh.
  • More of Amanda Wong’s installation in the back room at Factory Fresh.

SEENOEVILSEENOEVILSEE EVIL at Factory Fresh.
  • “Dead Forever” by Daniel Trocchio at Factory Fresh.

Andrew Hurst exhibition at Storefront
  • The crowded opening for Andrew Hurst’s exhibition at Storefront.

Andrew Hurst exhibition at Storefront
  • One of Andrew Hurst’s creepier new sculptural collages at Storefront.

Andrew Hurst exhibition at Storefront

Centotto gallery in Bushwick.
  • A wall of crowd-sourced quotations in “Citational Graphologies, or A Show of Hands” at Centotto.

Centotto gallery in Bushwick.
  • Someone submitted their quotation in the form of this hand-drawn Facebook interface.

Centotto gallery in Bushwick.

Centotto gallery in Bushwick.
  • Words to live by from JPL’s dad.

Centotto gallery in Bushwick.
  • Words to love by from former L Mag intern and current Centotto resident artist Matt Hunger.

(photos by Benjamin Sutton)