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Work in Progress on in Progress Work, A Photographic Survey of Downtown Brooklyn, &
The Devil in the Details
May 30, 2015 through July 11, 2015
Hours: Saturdays 1-4pm & Wednesday 5-7pm or by appointment

Guest Spot at THE REINSTITUTE is proud to present Work In Progress on In Progress Work, a group project exhibition by Maureen Drennan, Carl Gunhouse, Matthew Schenning, and Jason John Würm. In conjunction, Guest Spot Project Gallery will feature The Devil in the Details, a series of works by Baltimore-Based artist, Jason Hughes. Opening Saturday May 30, 2015 (7pm-10pm) the works will be on view through July 11, 2015. A discussion entitled Gentrification, Two Cities, and the Artist’s Model will examine the various roles that have been associated with artists, and will be held in conjunction with the closing on July 11, 2015, 2-4pm.

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Jason Hughes: Devils in the Details (Project Space)

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Main Gallery: Rod Malin, Jason John Würm, Carl Gunhouse, Matthew Schenning, and Maureen Drennan

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Sort of a Kind at Current
Featuring new works and a collaboration by John Bohl, Teddy Johnson, and Andrew Shenker. Special Thanks to Direct Dimensions and Sierra Turner for their assistance with this exhibit.

Also: Wooden Sway: Recent works by Marlon Ziello

Exhibitions on view: May 30th – June 28th
Gallery Hours: Saturday and Sunday 12-4pm

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