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Cinders Gallery
103 havemeyer st, williamsburg
It totally sucks that wonderful Williamsburg gallery Cinders is getting kicked out of their cozy Havemeyer Street space at the end of the year, but it also means that you definitely have to stop by to pick up some great (and affordable) art. Now!

fancy gift:
We loved Allyson Mellberg's recent show and, as luck would have it, her charmingly bent illustration-style paintings will not destroy your budget (i.e. "Iceland," a "unique and sweet painting in a vintage circular frame" goes for $250).
cheap gift:
For a great primer on what a certain strain of Williamsburg art has looked like for the last five years, Ballpoint Pen Drawing Zine features a host of Cinders artists over the last decade. It is rad. Also, just $8.


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