Remember how, last May, just shy of its first anniversary, Charlie Horse Gallery closed at 28 Marcy Avenue? And then you may recall that in December Cinders Gallery was priced out of its six-year home at 103 Havemeyer Street? Well this morning co-founders Kelie Bowman and Sto announced via email (and on their blog) that they’ve found their new space: 28 Marcy Avenue (pictured).
And they’re not wasting any time: the first exhibition in the ground floor warehouse space at 28 Marcy (between Hope Street and Metropolitan Avenue) opens this Saturday, April 23rd. Resurrection, a huge group show (with pieces by Brendan Monroe, Richard Colman, Maya Hayuk, Hisham Bharoocha, Jonah Groeneboer, Mark Warren Jacques, Mitchell Wright, Monica Canilao, Niall McClelland, Michelle Blade, Kevin Hooyman, Butchy Fuego, Clark Goolsby, Nadia Moss and Chris Duncan), will feature drawings, sculptures and photographs from all those Cinders regulars on the subject of rebirth.
Saturday’s opening reception runs from 7-10pm, with a special ceremony scheduled for 7:30pm. Resurrection remains on view in the new space through May 28.