This weekend: recent work by Steve DeFrank in “The Heist” at Exchange Rates: The Bushwick International Exposition

Posted by on Oct 22, 2016 in Events, Exhibitions, Faculty | No Comments

VCS faculty member Steve DeFrank has recent work on display throughout the weekend in “The Heist,” a group exhibition organized by art consultancy MADE as part of Exchange Rates: The Bushwick International Exposition. Here’s more information from MADE’s founder and curator Katarina Wong, including an image of one of Steve’s works:

I am excited to announce MADE is participating in
Exchange Rates: The Bushwick International Exposition
in the Temporary Storage galleries at Brooklyn Fireproof,
119 Ingraham Street at Porter Ave.
So save the date!

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MADE is pleased to present “The Heist,” work by Steve DeFrank and Laurel Farrin along with selections from the “not-so-flat files” by Nancy Baker, Janice Caswell, Alex Paik, and Nicolas Touron. The work – gouache drawings, mixed media paintings and sculptures, ceramics and video – is curated to tease and seduce, while perpetuating a disarming and delightful brain twist. Scroll down to get a sneak peek at some of the work we’ll have in our booth.

Exchange Rates: The Bushwick International Exposition is a collaborative platform that merges the visions of artist-run and emerging galleries in Bushwick, Brooklyn, with those of kindred galleries and itinerant projects from around the world. This second edition of Exchange Rates will feature 44 galleries and projects from 14 cities around the world.

Hours: 12-6pm Thursday and Sunday, and 12-9pm on Friday and Saturday. Admission is free.

Steve DeFrank I Wish My Mom Married Santa Claus, 2016 Casein, aqua resin, black chrome, wood panels 40" x 40" x 6" d

Steve DeFrank I Wish My Mom Married Santa Claus, 2016 Casein, aqua resin, black chrome, wood panels 40″ x 40″ x 6″ d
Visual & Critical Studies