Pierogi

Pierogi Pierogi, founded in 1994, features the work of emerging and mid-career artists in an eclectic range Pierogi was founded in 1994 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

We feature the work of emerging and mid-career artists engaging in conceptually-driven, process-oriented work in a wide range of media: from Mark Lombardi’s iconic diagrammatic drawings charting power, politics, and money; Mexican-American Hugo Crosthwaite’s cross-cultural murals, drawings, and video portraits (he is the National Portrait Gallery 2019 Outwin Boochever Award Winner); Ward Shelley’s

collaborative performance installations; Dawn Clements’ simultaneously massive and intimate panoramic works; and curated exhibitions such as the award-winning “Dead Tree” installation (a recreation of Robert Smithson’s work shown in Dusseldorf’s Kunsthalle, 1969). The BOILER, Pierogi’s satellite exhibition space opened in March 2009, is a more expansive space that allows us to mount large-scale sculpture, painting, and installation exhibitions. It is a former factory boiler room with 35-foot ceilings where we also hold performances, screenings, and other events. The Flat Files, another important element of Pierogi, house portfolios of original works by 750+ artists. The traveling Flat Files have been exhibited in London, Vienna, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and elsewhere. Early in 2009 Pierogi launched a searchable online version of the Flat Files.

Please stop by "Out of Character" opening at Pierogi tonight 6-9 pm.A group exhibition of moving animation, drawing, pai...
03/31/2023

Please stop by "Out of Character" opening at Pierogi tonight 6-9 pm.

A group exhibition of moving animation, drawing, painting, and sculpture including work by -

Meredith Allen • Greg Barsamian • Signe Baumane • David Brody • Hugo Crosthwaite • Brian Dewan • Nicole Eisenman • James Esber • Matt Freedman • George Griffin • Red Grooms • W***y Hartland • Emily Hubley • John and Faith Hubley • Darina Karpov • Lisa LaBracio • Andy London • Carolyn London • Matt Marello • William McKearn • Morgan Miller • Caroline Mouris • Frank Mouris • Michaela Müller • Gary Panter • Joyce Pensato • Pes • Anna Samo • David Scher • Guy Richards Smit • Kathy Stecko • Nate Theis • Jim Torok • Martin Wilner • William T. Wiley and more...

177 North 9th St. Bklyn, NY 11211

On view through May 20 with a series of weekly screenings, live performances, and artist talks, details to be announced. Co-curated by Pierogi and W***y Hartland.

Images:
1. Matt Freedman, “Enlightenment,” c.2005, Enamel on plaster on wire with wood structure, approx. 22 x 12 x 13.5 inches

2. Joyce Pensato, “Untitled (Felix),” 2005, Charcoal on paper, 19.75 x 16.25 inches

3. George Griffin, Viewmaster Mutoscope, 1976, Animation viewer that hangs on wall, turn a crank, 32 x 20 x 20.5 inches

4. W***y Hartland, New York City Sketch Book, 2016, Animation, 13:00 min

5. Lisa Labracio & Anna Samo, The Opposites Game, 2019, Animated stop-motion film with Emily Dickinson books, 4:40 min

6. Hugo Crosthwaite, Como Romeo y Julieta, 2021, Stop-motion drawing animation, 3:49 min, Edition 1/5 + 2AP

7. Kathy Stecko, Allegiant II, 2019, Glazed and painted porcelain, 13.5 x 4 x 4 inches

8. William McKearn, Pelto’s Roof, 2017, Wood, bondo, shellac, 12 x 16 x 16 inches

9. Red Grooms, Gold Watch, Ed. 1/1, ‘62-’96, Mixed media, 21 x 15 x 8 inches

Remembering Dawn Clements and her powerful, poetic work with love—           Mana installation photos by Clements portra...
12/04/2022

Remembering Dawn Clements and her powerful, poetic work with love—



Mana installation photos by
Clements portrait 2013 Civitella Ranieri Foundation
“My Bed” and “Three Tables In Rome” photos by

If you happen to be in Montreal check out Jonathan Schipper’s “Slow-Motion Car Crash (Slow Inevitable Death of American ...
11/30/2022

If you happen to be in Montreal check out Jonathan Schipper’s “Slow-Motion Car Crash (Slow Inevitable Death of American Muscle)” installation included in the 6th International Digital Art Biennial at Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal on view December 1, 2022 through February 5, 2023.
“Presented by ELEKTRA since 2012, the International Digital Art Biennial (BIAN) is back for a 6th edition this winter at Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal. Our major exhibition, entirely dedicated to contemporary digital art, will be held from December 1, 2022 to February 5, 2023.

To close this cycle around metamorphosis, 27 artists from 4 continents will address the process of MUTATION, through the mobility and movement of human beings, ideas or identities. This exhibition offers a reflection on the transition that we must accomplish in this post-pandemic era disrupted both geopolitically and climatically. By taking a look at our time while trying to anticipate the consequences of our past and future decisions, these artists are in a way pathfinders, messengers.

BIAN 6, curated by Alain Thibault in the METAMORPHOSIS series which was co-curated with DooEun Choi, guest curator of BIAN 5.”

Special thanks to the West Collection for loaning this work to the exhibition.

Congratulations to Hugo Crosthwaite on the upcoming exhibition of his newly commissioned portrait of Anthony S. Fauci fo...
11/01/2022

Congratulations to Hugo Crosthwaite on the upcoming exhibition of his newly commissioned portrait of Anthony S. Fauci for the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s “Portrait of a Nation: 2022 Honorees” opening Nov. 10, 2022 in Wash. D.C. and on view through 2023. His portrait, a year in the making, consists of a five-minute stop-motion animation film made from hundreds of drawn images depicting a trajectory of Fauci’s life and career, from his role in the AIDS crisis of the 1980s to the pandemic of 2020.

Crosthwaite was the First Prize recipient of the 2019 Outwin Boochever American Portrait Competition at the National Portrait Gallery, Washington D.C. for his stop-motion animation portraying migrant Berenice Sariento Chávez.

Images: Stills from “Portrait of Anthony S. Fauci,” 2022. Copyright Hugo Crosthwaite. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Acquired by NPG through the generosity of Anonymous; Michael Hollander; Walter and Patricia Moore

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Please stop by to see Charles Yuen’s solo exhibition—“Slippery Harmonics of Imagined Phenomena”—November 4 through Decem...
10/31/2022

Please stop by to see Charles Yuen’s solo exhibition—“Slippery Harmonics of Imagined Phenomena”—November 4 through December 17 at 177 North 9th St. Brooklyn. We’d love to see you in person.

Images: “Supreme Injustice,” “Passage,” “Erasure,” "Tree Gathering”


David Scher’s commission for public space in The Edge has recently been installed. Please check out this work if you are...
08/18/2022

David Scher’s commission for public space in The Edge has recently been installed. Please check out this work if you are in Williamsburg, N 6th St.


If you’re sweltering in Brooklyn please stop by to see “Fragile Force.”August hours: 11am–6pm, Weds–Fri and by appt.Imag...
08/06/2022

If you’re sweltering in Brooklyn please stop by to see “Fragile Force.”
August hours: 11am–6pm, Weds–Fri and by appt.
Images of several of the works on view—

1. Christophe Thompson, “Glass Sword”
2. Detail: Christophe Thompson, “Glass Sword”
3. Jean Blackburn, “Labyrinth”
4. Shannon Plumb, “Rattles and Cherries”



Please stop by tomorrow. We’ll be open Sunday, 3 April, 11am–6pm (and again Weds—Sat).“Make Art Not War”Donations are be...
04/03/2022

Please stop by tomorrow. We’ll be open Sunday, 3 April, 11am–6pm (and again Weds—Sat).

“Make Art Not War”

Donations are being paid out on a rolling basis to World Central Kitchen, Unicef Ukraine, and Refuge Point

Please check out this group exhibition of artists responding to the currently unfolding war in Ukraine and senseless wars of aggression preceding this one. Many of the works included here were made before the Ukraine invasion by artists responding to past wars and conflicts in a variety of ways. Other artists have made and are currently making work for this exhibition in direct response to this war which will be installed after the exhibition opening. We will be adding works throughout the show to accommodate those currently in process. To date sixty artists will participate. A portion of proceeds from this exhibition will go to aid refugees and displaced persons from Ukraine, and a number of artists have dedicated 100% of proceeds.

Link here: https://wp.me/p35Mmv-3wk

Image Details:
1. Rachel Harrison, “Highest Paid Poet,” #1/8. $500
2. Lee Boroson, “Cocktails for Ukraine”
3. Daniel Zeller, “Border”
4. Jean Blackburn, “Slugger”
5. Carol Saft, “Fireman’s Carry”
6. Sharon Horvath, “The Bully”
7. Komar and Melamid, “Death Magazine”
8. Lisa Levy, “The Thoughts In My Head #88: No Words”
9. Linda Herritt, “Peace”

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“Make Art Not War” on view at PIEROGI
177 N 9th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
11am-6pm, Weds–Sat

“Make Art Not War”Donations are being paid out on a rolling basis: $7,000 distributed so far to World Central Kitchen an...
03/24/2022

“Make Art Not War”

Donations are being paid out on a rolling basis:
$7,000 distributed so far to World Central Kitchen and Unicef Ukraine

Please check out this group exhibition of artists responding to the currently unfolding war in Ukraine and senseless wars of aggression preceding this one. Many of the works included here were made before the Ukraine invasion by artists responding to past wars and conflicts in a variety of ways. Other artists have made and are currently making work for this exhibition in direct response to this war which will be installed after the exhibition opening. We will be adding works throughout the show to accommodate those currently in process. To date sixty artists will participate. A portion of proceeds from this exhibition will go to aid refugees and displaced persons from Ukraine, and a number of artists have dedicated 100% of proceeds.

Link here: https://wp.me/p35Mmv-3wk

Image Details:
1. Andrew Ohanesian, “Bill Acceptor,” 2015, Hacked MEI Series bill acceptor
100% of cash proceeds inserted go to aid displaced persons
2. Horace and Reed Anderson (Direction / Puppeteers); Adam “Hobbs” Kahan (Camera & Editing); Mike Ungar (Sound design), “Stop Putin’s War on Ukraine”
3. Don Doe, “The Three Gorgons”
4. Betsy Kaufman, “Form Study (Red Cross on White)”
5. Lisa Hein, “Blue Script”
6. Judy Glantzman, “March 12, 2022”
7. Mary Temple, “Putin / Bunker.” Ed. of 10: 2 Available at $100 ea






“Make Art Not War” on view at PIEROGI
177 North 9th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
11am-6pm, Wednesday–Saturday.

Artworks will be added throughout the exhibition in an ongoing manner.

“Make Art Not War”Please check out this group exhibition of artists responding to the currently unfolding war in Ukraine...
03/18/2022

“Make Art Not War”

Please check out this group exhibition of artists responding to the currently unfolding war in Ukraine and senseless wars of aggression preceding this one. Many of the works included here were made before the Ukraine invasion by artists responding to past wars and conflicts in a variety of ways. Other artists have made and are currently making work for this exhibition in direct response to this war which will be installed after the exhibition opening. We will be adding works throughout the show to accommodate those currently in process. To date sixty artists will participate. A portion of proceeds from this exhibition will go to aid refugees and displaced persons from Ukraine, and a number of artists have dedicated 100% of proceeds.

Link here: https://wp.me/p35Mmv-3wk

Image Details:
1. Fred Tomaselli, “Cyclopticon for Parkett 67,” 2003, Surface-mounted pigment print on plexi, 12 x 12 x 1.2 ins
2. Andrew Ohanesian, “Bill Acceptor,” 2015, Hacked MEI Series bill acceptor—all cash proceeds inserted go to aid displaced persons
3. Jorge Tacla, “Identidad Oculta #072, 2014, Oil and cold wax on canvas, 34 x 36 ins
4. Ellen Harvey, “Ghost of the Lion of Al-Lat,” 2020, Oil on Gessoboard, 24 x 36 ins (Original stone sculpture destroyed in Palmyra by ISIS in 2015)
5. David Humphrey, "Refugees," 2019, Acrylic on panel, 36 x 48 ins
6. David Kramer, “Instagram Sunset," 2021, Oil, enamel, acrylic on gessoed canvas, 34.5 x 32 ins
7. Darina Karpov, "Trespass and wreckage," 2020, Flashe and acrylic on canvas, 60 x 72 ins






“Make Art Not War” on view at PIEROGI
177 North 9th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
11am-6pm, Wednesday through Saturday
Opening March 18th

“Make Art Not War”Please check out this group exhibition of artists responding to the currently unfolding war in Ukraine...
03/15/2022

“Make Art Not War”

Please check out this group exhibition of artists responding to the currently unfolding war in Ukraine and senseless wars of aggression preceding this one. Many of the works included here were made before the Ukraine invasion by artists responding to past wars and conflicts in a variety of ways. Other artists have made and are currently making work for this exhibition in direct response to this war which will be installed after the exhibition opening. We will be adding works throughout the show to accommodate those currently in process. To date sixty artists will participate. A portion of proceeds from this exhibition will go to aid refugees and displaced persons from Ukraine, and a number of artists have dedicated 100% of proceeds.

Link here: https://wp.me/p35Mmv-3wk

Image Details:
1. Bob and Roberta Smith, “Make Art Not War,” 1997–2022, Acrylic on panel, 54 x 40 ins
2. Charles Yuen, “Duck and Cover,” 2009, Ink on paper and oil on linen, 48 x 40 ins
3. Katherine Bradford, “Make Peace Not War,” 2022, Acryl on canvas, 16 x 20 ins
4. Hugo Crosthwaite, “Sunflowers for Ukraine,” 2022, Ink on paper, 5.5 x 8.5 ins
5. Jane Fine, “Rise Up,” 2018, Acryl on canvas, 78 x 64 ins





“Make Art Not War” on view at PIEROGI
177 North 9th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
11am-6pm, Wednesday through Saturday
Opening March 18th

The phrase “Make Love Not War” became popular during the mid-1960s counterculture, anti-war movement. Love and peace as alternative to war. John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s “Bed Peace” (1969) is a well-known example of artists employing this idea.

“Make Art Not War,” the text work included here, was created in 1997 by artist Bob and Roberta Smith as part of his solo exhibition at London’s Chisenhale Gallery. According to Smith, the origin of this phrase was his father, an artist and World War II veteran. “… [O]n his deathbed he said to me, ‘Make art, not war. Don’t hate, draw.’” (Smith, 1997)

Artworks will be added throughout the exhibition in an ongoing manner.

Please check out James Esber’s Viewing Room: Home Studio, now liveLink herehttps://www.pierogi2000.com/2022/02/james-esb...
02/25/2022

Please check out James Esber’s Viewing Room: Home Studio, now live

Link here
https://www.pierogi2000.com/2022/02/james-esber-viewing-room/

“If the digital filter asserts itself through much of Esber’s oeuvre, it is tempered through a decidedly analog love of material and surface. No doubt it is a love shared by many at the forefront of today’s figurative resurgence. However, unlike the work of Chason Matthams, Sascha Braunig, and Emily Mae Smith, Esber’s paintings are less frequently concerned with volumetric form than the figure’s precarious balance between digital disintegration and material reconstitution. Ultimately, this tension animates many of Esber’s projects, and enables him to ricochet between surrealist riffs, Cubist fractures, Photoshop smears, comics-style flatness, and painting’s agitated physical life.” (—David Geers )

“The sparks that drive my work are the pawed-over icons of popular culture, some stuck in my head since childhood. The list includes sugary-sweet Hummel figurines, cowboys, war photos, crushed cars, po*******hy, and Tricky Dick Nixon. Gathering these images and subjecting them to a variety of digital contortions, I remake them as paintings and drawings through a process of hyperbolic mark-making. When you look at my paintings, you’re looking at images resurrected and reconstructed.” (Esber )

Image details:
1. “Hero,” 2021, Acrylic on PVC panel, 48 x 62.5 ins
2. “Sleeper,” 2021, Acrylic on PVC panel, 48 x 62.5 ins
3. “Sleeping Hunter,” 2021, Acrylic on paper mounted to PVC panel, 11 x 14 inches
4. “Dented Head,” 2021, Acrylic on paper mounted to PVC panel, 14 x 11 inches
5. “Adonis,” 2021, Acrylic on paper mounted to PVC panel, 16 x 12 inches

Thank you  for recognizing Dawn Clements’ work and survey exhibition among the wonderful shows included in  ’s year end ...
12/09/2021

Thank you for recognizing Dawn Clements’ work and survey exhibition among the wonderful shows included in ’s year end list of ten best 2021 United States Shows! Dawn would be thrilled as are we.
“Some works of art are slow; they walk instead of run,” Dawn Clements said in an interview with the Brooklyn Rail. Clements has an uncanny ability to translate cinematic time and a sense of unfolding drama to a two-dimensional surface. Clements’s recent survey at Mana Contemporary, curated by the founders of Pierogi Gallery, Joe Amrhein and Susan Swenson, featured nearly 30 of Clements’s drawings in ballpoint pen and paintings in Sumi ink and watercolor. When done on multiple pieces of paper glued together in a vast sprawl, these works were both panoramic and miniaturist. In acting like a movie camera, they required a viewer to step back for an establishing view — as in, for example, “Lina, L’angelo bianco, 1955″ (2014), with its simultaneous depiction of multiple rooms — but then to move in close, like a camera zoom, to discern their consummate detail. With Clements, objects always feel like an extension of character, an intricate mise en scène arrested in time — a film frame charged with an emotional spillover from some previous scene. Through her play on mirrors, doubles and shadows, and her evocative titles, e.g., “Notes on a Most Violent Year” (2015), Clements reclaimed the domestic space of melodramas as a stage for haunting psychosomatic events.” —Ela Bittencourt



Lawrence Weiner, one of a kind, a truly generous person and great artist. I had the good fortune to work with him and ge...
12/06/2021

Lawrence Weiner, one of a kind, a truly generous person and great artist. I had the good fortune to work with him and get to know him a little, painting some of his text works. He was so dedicated to making art accessible to as many people as possible. He knew and shared more than most. He wasn’t just “hanging out.” He put me in my place once when a friend and I asked him about the “old days.” We asked where he and his artist friends would hang out. He said “hang out?! We didn’t [have time to] hang out!” Grateful for those brief times, hanging out with him, while working. Thinking of him, his family, and many friends now. -Joe


We are remembering Dawn Clements today on the third anniversary of her passing, far too soon, on December 4, 2018. It se...
12/04/2021

We are remembering Dawn Clements today on the third anniversary of her passing, far too soon, on December 4, 2018. It seems that you know an artist has done their “job” when you begin to see the world through their eyes, when every time you look around you think about the way she saw a room, objects on a table, light and shadow.

It was thrilling to have so many of Dawn’s large-scale works exhibited in one room this year—interacting with and informing each other as never before—at Mana Contemporary NJ, as well as a more intimate gallery of smaller works upstairs.

"Clements believes in rendering the form and its skin, not in making a sign for them. Her ardor for rendering the defining qualities of a thing and its surface—whether it is a puckered fruit or a red plastic cup—bespeaks of a deep belief in art’s uplifting power. In her work, the artist calls attention to the pleasures of everyday life, from food to film, no matter how deeply one’s life is filled with uncertainty and apprehension. Clements reminds us that you don’t need much—sheets of paper, ballpoint pen, and watercolor—to make something great, and that the most abiding pleasures may be found right in front of you. I have come to think of these drawings as love letters to the world.” (–John Yau, Hyperallergic)

All images are installation views at Mana Contemporary, NJ, except for the last one, a lovely portrait of Dawn while on residency at Civitella Ranieri in 2013.



Please stop by to see “Pulp,” a group exhibition of works on and of paper, at 177 North 9th Street Brooklyn NY 11211.   ...
12/02/2021

Please stop by to see “Pulp,” a group exhibition of works on and of paper,

at 177 North 9th Street Brooklyn NY 11211. 11am-6pm, Weds—Sat

A selection of works on view—

1. Amy Chan, “Weed Patch” Detail
2. Lynn Talbot, “Still Life with Figs”
3. Yi-Hsin Tzeng, “Kissing”
4. Sascha Mallon, “Knitted World” Detail
5. Matthew Marello, “Patmos II”
6. Matthew Marello, “Patmos II” Detail
7. David Scher, “Space”
8. David Scher, “Artist’s Tuna”

Including work by—
Reed Anderson, Michael Ballou, Jean Blackburn, Susan Brenner, David Brody, Amy Chan, Catalina Chervin, Dawn Clements, Luis Coig Reyes, Stephanie Costello, Hugo Crosthwaite, Daniel Davidson, Edward J. Del Rosario, James Esber, Jane Fine, Tony Fitzpatrick, Elliott Green, Donald Groscost, Jen Hitchings, Sharon Horvath, Sermin Kardestuncer, Darina Karpov, Cynthia Lin, Mark Lombardi, Ati Maier, Sascha Mallon, Karen Margolis, Matt Marello, Issa Nyaphaga, John O’Connor, Sunghee Pae, Judith Page, Ga Hae Park, Eung Ho Park, Bruce Pearson, Mark Reynolds, David Scher, Ahn Seongmin, Ward Shelley, Michael Smith, John Stoney, Christophe Thompson, Tricia Townes, Yi-Hsin Tzeng, Sarah Walker, Xingyun Wang, Charles Yuen, Daniel Zeller, and others, including selections from Pierogi’s Flat Files.

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11am-6pm, Wednesday through Sunday. 18 November – December, 2021

We’ll be closed Thursday and Friday, re-opening Saturday 27 Nov, 11am–6pmPlease stop by to see “Pulp,” a group exhibitio...
11/24/2021

We’ll be closed Thursday and Friday, re-opening Saturday 27 Nov, 11am–6pm

Please stop by to see “Pulp,” a group exhibition of works on and of paper, including—

Reed Anderson, Michael Ballou, Jean Blackburn, Susan Brenner, David Brody, Amy Chan, Catalina Chervin, Dawn Clements, Luis Coig Reyes, Stephanie Costello, Hugo Crosthwaite, Daniel Davidson, Edward J. Del Rosario, James Esber, Jane Fine, Tony Fitzpatrick, Elliott Green, Donald Groscost, Jen Hitchings, Sharon Horvath, Sermin Kardestuncer, Darina Karpov, Cynthia Lin, Mark Lombardi, Ati Maier, Sascha Mallon, Karen Margolis, Matt Marello, Issa Nyaphaga, John O’Connor, Sunghee Pae, Judith Page, Ga Hae Park, Eung Ho Park, Bruce Pearson, Mark Reynolds, David Scher, Ahn Seongmin, Ward Shelley, Michael Smith, John Stoney, Christophe Thompson, Tricia Townes, Yi-Hsin Tzeng, Sarah Walker, Xingyun Wang, Charles Yuen, Daniel Zeller, and others, including selections from Pierogi’s Flat Files.

at 177 North 9th Street Brooklyn NY 11211

A selection of works on view—

1. Dawn Clements, “Large 99 Cent Balloons”
2. Sermin Kardestuncer, “Untitled Mask”
3. Xingyun Wang, “Hours” Sketchbook
4. Karen Margolis, “Farouche”
5. James Esber, “Dented Head”
6. Sarah Walker, “Soft Vector I”
7. Darina Karpov, Detail: “Detours and Pitfalls”
8. Yi-Hsin Tzeng, “Blue Desire”









11am-6pm, Wednesday through Sunday. 18 November – December, 2021
Closed Thursday and Friday, 25–26 Nov

Please stop by to see “Pulp,” a group exhibition of works on and of paper, including—Reed Anderson, Michael Ballou, Jean...
11/18/2021

Please stop by to see “Pulp,” a group exhibition of works on and of paper, including—

Reed Anderson, Michael Ballou, Jean Blackburn, Susan Brenner, David Brody, Amy Chan, Catalina Chervin, Dawn Clements, Luis Coig Reyes, Stephanie Costello, Hugo Crosthwaite, Daniel Davidson, Edward J. Del Rosario, James Esber, Jane Fine, Tony Fitzpatrick, Elliott Green, Donald Groscost, Jen Hitchings, Sharon Horvath, Sermin Kardestuncer, Darina Karpov, Cynthia Lin, Mark Lombardi, Ati Maier, Sascha Mallon, Karen Margolis, Matt Marello, Issa Nyaphaga, John O’Connor, Sunghee Pae, Judith Page, Ga Hae Park, Eung Ho Park, Bruce Pearson, Mark Reynolds, David Scher, Ahn Seongmin, Ward Shelley, Michael Smith, John Stoney, Christophe Thompson, Tricia Townes, Yi-Hsin Tzeng, Sarah Walker, Xingyun Wang, Charles Yuen, Daniel Zeller, and others, including selections from Pierogi’s Flat Files.

18 November – December, 2021 with a socially-distanced, masked opening today from 2–8pm
177 North 9th Street Brooklyn NY 11211

A selection of works on view—

1. Sermin Kardestuncer, “Anneanne’s Dream”
2. Ati Maier, “The Eye of the SpaceRider”
3. Sharon Horvath, “Nerves”
4. John Stoney, “Untitled (Beatrice)”
5. Elliott Green, “Untitled”
6. Karen Margolis, “Interruption”
7. Charles Yuen, “Tree Mind”
8. Christophe Thompson, “Selassie”
9. Daniel Zeller, “Clustered Intercession”
10. Tricia Townes, “Emily Rests”

Yuen






11am-6pm, Wednesday through Sunday. 18 November – December, 2021

Charles Yuen’s paintings are compelling and evocative, rather than didactic. Their tactile surfaces reveal complexities ...
10/31/2021

Charles Yuen’s paintings are compelling and evocative, rather than didactic. Their tactile surfaces reveal complexities rather than superficialities.

“Relying on an ever-expanding vocabulary culled from a wide range of sources, including Asian art, Persian miniatures, ornithology, cartoons, scientific diagrams, Op Art, and outsider art, Yuen assembles what I have come to think of as visual ideograms, complex possibilities whose ambiguous meanings reverberate. (–John Yau, Hyperallergic)

https://www.pierogi2000.com/2021/10/charles-yuen-viewing-room/

1. “Erasure,” 2021, Oil on canvas, 40 x 48”
2. “Wobbly Library,” 2021, Oil on canvas, 48 x 40”
3. “Hands Up,” 2019, Oil on canvas, 66 x 54”
4. “Wave Cancellation Field,” 2021, Oil on canvas, 54 x 66”
5. “Reading List,” 2021, Oil on canvas, 48 x 40”
6. “Ghost Tree,” 2020, Oil on canvas, 48 x 40”
7. “Moon Lit,” 2021, Oil on canvas, 40 x 48”
8. “Rainbow Position,” 2021, Oil on canvas, 40 x 48”
9. “Amphitheater,” 2021, Oil on canvas, 48 x 40”



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Please stop by The Armory Show at the Javits Center this week to see Hugo Crosthwaite’s Mural, Video, and Drawing Instal...
09/05/2021

Please stop by The Armory Show at the Javits Center this week to see Hugo Crosthwaite’s Mural, Video, and Drawing Installation. We are excited that Hugo will be able to travel from Tijuana to NYC for the show.
Pierogi Solo Booth

Some preview images —

1. Detail: La Apotheosis de un Taco / The Apotheosis of a Taco, 2021, Mural composed of 21 individual panels
Pencil, charcoal, and acrylic paint on Museum Board, 120 x 224 inches overall (305 x 569 cm)
2. Detail: La Apotheosis de un Taco
3. Detail: La Apotheosis de un Taco
4. Full View: La Apotheosis de un Taco
5. Como Romeo y Julieta, 2021, Stop-motion Drawing Animation, 3:49 Minutes
6. Tía Juana Mi Amor, 2020, Stop-motion Drawing Animation, 5:29 Minutes
7. Tía Juana Mi Amor, 2020, Stop-motion Drawing Animation, 5:29 Minutes
8. Tijuanerias, 2021, Ink and acrylic on paper, 8.5 x 5.5 ins
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The Armory Show is open to the public at the Javits Center from September 10 through September 12, with a preview on September 9 by invitation.




Ati MaierThe SpaceRider Film CycleBook signing and screeningThursday, 26 August6–9 pmPlease stop by to pick up a signed ...
08/24/2021

Ati Maier
The SpaceRider Film Cycle

Book signing and screening
Thursday, 26 August
6–9 pm

Please stop by to pick up a signed copy of the book, have a socially distanced chat with the artist .maier, followed by a screening of the film cycle and discussion.

Location:
Pierogi
177 N 9th St Brooklyn, NY 11211



   with ・・・I’m beyond excited to be joining the Brooklyn Rail  as a contributing writer and honored to begin with an int...
08/23/2021

with
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I’m beyond excited to be joining the Brooklyn Rail as a contributing writer and honored to begin with an interview with Angela Dufresne, Judy Glantzman, and Amanda Nedham to discuss the life and work of Dawn Clements and her show at tomorrow (Tuesday) at 1PM.
Dawn was all in, in everything, acknowledging and expanding the non-events of life to the scale of monuments. The transmitter, the translator, the drawings capture and scroll in a way that exhausts language and the mediums it engages with. The limited limitless, and the engagement with oblivion, it expands beyond it all. See you all tomorrow!
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Please join us tomorrow (Saturday, July 17 at 4pm) for the second of two casual conversations on Dawn Clements’s work—ho...
07/16/2021

Please join us tomorrow (Saturday, July 17 at 4pm) for the second of two casual conversations on Dawn Clements’s work—hosted by the inimitable Angela Dufresne—in conjunction with the large-scale exhibition currently on view at Mana Contemporary NJ (recently extended through September 4). Angela will be in the gallery space, with a (semi-)steady cam, moving around to show the works as they are being discussed.

July 17. (4–5:30 pm) including:
Michele Alpern, Dan Cameron, and John Yau.
This conversation will focus on works on view in the Mana Sixth Floor Gallery.

Join the talk here:
https://risd.zoom.us/j/95485763406
Meeting ID: 954 8576 3406







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Please join us Saturday 4pm for the first of two casual and lively conversations on Dawn Clements’s work—both hosted by ...
07/08/2021

Please join us Saturday 4pm for the first of two casual and lively conversations on Dawn Clements’s work—both hosted by the inimitable Angela Dufresne—in conjunction with the large-scale exhibition of Clements’s work currently on view at Mana Contemporary NJ—

July 10th. (4–5:30 pm) including:
Josephine Halvorson, Frances Richard, and Corinna Ripps Schaming.
This conversation will focus on works on view in the ground floor Biergarten Gallery.

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July 17. (4–5:30 pm) including:
Michele Alpern, Dan Cameron, and John Yau.
This conversation will focus on works on view in the Sixth Floor Gallery.

Join meeting here:
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Meeting ID: 954 8576 3406
Both will be casual conversations about the works on view. Angela will be in the gallery space, with a steady cam, moving around to show the works as they are being talked about.







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