SEPTEMBER 6 – OCTOBER 20, 2019 // OPENING: FRI, SAT 6TH, 6:30-9:30PM
SMALL LANDSCAPES FROM NEAR AND FAR — For her first exhibition at The Chimney, Krauze has documented two geographies: the Mexican land and New York’s urban terrain. In both locations, the artist gathered, altered and replicated earth’s fragments and recorded the effect of time on local street surfaces. Interlaced in a complex dialogue, these two combined sites represent a personal topography and an emotional map that questions the notion of territorial belonging.
JUNE 22 – JULY 28, 2019 // OPENING: SAT, JUNE 22ND, 2-8PM
THE CHIMNEY X ULMER ARTS — The Chimney is pleased to present ‘The Chimney x Ulmer Arts’ – a group exhibition curated by Clara Darrason & Jennifer Houdrouge and organized in collaboration with Ulmer Arts and Tungsten Partners. The exhibition is held in the historic William Ulmer Brewery located in Bushwick.
MAY 31 - JULY 14, 2019
TWILIGHT CHORUS — The Chimney is pleased to present Twilight Chorus, a group exhibition co-curated with guadalajara90210, a Mexican-based organization run by Alma Saladin. The exhibition includes works of Mariana Garibay Raeke, Ilana Harris-Babou, Circe Irasema, Héctor Jiménez Castillo, Mario Navarro and Marco Rountree. Most works were commissioned for this exhibition.
MARCH 15 - MAY 5, 2019 // OPENING FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 6:30-9:30PM
SANGRE Y SOL — In "Sangre y Sol", Sara Mejia Kriendler’s first solo exhibition at The Chimney, the Colombian-American artist juxtaposes two large scale sculptures that explore the conflict between the sacred and the profane, the disposable and the everlasting, the earthly and the otherworldly.
JANUARY 18 - FEBRUARY 24, 2019
IN ABSENTIA, IN EFFIGIE— The Chimney is pleased to present ‘In Absentia, In Effigie’, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based Iranian artist Shahrzad Changalvaee. Inside the gallery, visitors are invited to meander around a pond to discover floating images and fragments of lost stories within the multiple quadrants. Overlooking the undulating reservoir, a printer produces new images throughout the exhibition.