Current Show:

Event: Door Prize Poetry at icebox4 (along with Pull~Push show) Tuesday June 25th 6-7:30pm. Curated by Simone Kyle, also includes Camille Amezcua, Fiona Jacobson-Yang, Adam Krasnoff, Ivy Lockhart, India Rose Timpani, Joyce Wang

June 2024 - Pull~Push Show. Opening June 6th, 6-8pm. Open call for works is closed. Artwork drop off day Monday June 3rd, 3-7pm. End of show June 26th. Artwork pick up day June 27th, 3-7pm.

Pull~Push Show opens Thursday, June 6th, 6-8pm. Inspired by Hans Hofmann and others, who taught that color and spatial illusionism should be employed for expressive purposes. 53 S 11th St, Apt 4A, Brooklyn.

Matt Blackwell, Sue Carlson, Denise Corley, Matthew del Carmen, Gordon Fearey, Tom Fitzgibbon, Tadashi Hashimoto, Kylie Heidenheimer, Dennis Kardon, Bernard Klevickas, Jeffrey Kurland, Jonas Kyle, Laura McCallum, Bill Page, Dorthy Robinson, Mark Rosenthal, Jackie Shatz, Laurel Shute, Louise P. Sloane, Becky Yazdan


Curated by TomFitzgibbon.com #icebox4 @icebox4go

Two blocks from the South Williamsburg stop on the East River Ferry.

Becky Yazdan Feeling Shy 2023

Celeste Morton Dog with Trucks 2023 12x9

Necessity, a Mother is a show about the exigency of making art, trying to survive while making art and the sometimes fortuitous results of working under pressure. 

Please join us on Thursday, May 9th 6-8pm for the opening. 

Denise Corley, Mark di Suvero, Carol Diamond, Camille Eskell, Tom Fitzgibbon, Fukuko Harris, Daina Higgins, Valeri Larko, Tammi Meehan, Mark Milroy, Juri Morioka, Celeste Morton, Sharilyn Neidhardt, Tom Otterness, Walter Robinson, Kyle Staver, Christl Stringer, Joey Tepedino, Larry Lee Web

Curator - TomFitzgibbon.com

NOTES

Located at 53 s 11th st, #4a, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Two blocks from the South Williamsburg stop on the East River Ferry.

All Fools Show Opening

Work by Geralyn Shukwit

Nidus - Distraught Nature - Works portraying our only lonely Earth and us humans. This is our home, why do we foul our own nest?

List of Works

Opening is Thursday September 14th, 6-8pm.


Ken Butler, Denise Corley, Tom Fitzgibbon, Lila Freeman, Bobby G - Robert Goldman, Dana Gordon, Rick Krieger, Gary Mayer, Laura McCallum, Claire McConaughy, Sharilyn Neidhardt, Peter Reginato, Mark Rosenthal, Jackie Shatz, Geralyn Shukwit, Larry Web, Carolin Wood, Gregg Woolard


Curated by Tom Fitzgibbon

Death and Taxes 2019 Bryan J Corley

one summer day show Wednesday July 26th, 7:30pm with Bryan J Corley (Detroit) and Tom Fitzgibbon (Brooklyn). Festivities, pirates, cake, other amenities. Come on by. Curated by Tom Fitzgibbon and Denise Corley

Sheila 2023 19x14 David Humphrey

the portrait show - opening thursday may 18th 6-8pm, through June 6th. curated by tom fitzgibbon

List of Works

Matt Blackwell, Sophia Chizuco, Denise Corley, Bryan J Corley, Matthew Del Carmen, Vija Doks, Coleen Fitzgibbon, Lila Freeman, David Humphrey, Kent Johnson, Jerry Kearns, Sharilyn Neidhardt, Tom Otterness, Cara Perlman, Walter Robinson, Carri Skoczek, Jackie Shatz

icebox4.com open times for the Portrait Show:

Sat 20th, 1-5pm, Sun 28th, 1-5pm, Sat June 3rd, 1-5pm

The Parade 2017 22x30 Suzanne Unrein

the all fools show - opening thursday april 6th, 6-8pm show runs through april 27th

List of Works


curated by tom fitzgibbon


Sue Bellamy, Joanne Brockley, Sunny Chapman, Denise Corley, Fernando Eguchi, Stacy Greene, Bernard Klevickas, Jonas Kyle, Laura McCallum, Seren Morey, Barbara Owen, Sasha Silverstein, Carri Skoczek, Louise P. Sloane, Leonard Titzer, Suzanne Unrein, Anna West, Steven Wright. Late addition Bryan J Corley. 

past opening at icebox4

work from previous shows - inquiries invited

Cara Perlman

Life (Pre)veils: Bryan Corley at Cass Cafe

Bryan Corley in conversation with Ashley Cook

March 15, 2021

The relationships between the natural world and the concept of “human society” present themselves as problematic yet ultimately inseparable. When faced with an inevitable collapse projected for some time in the foreseeable future, generations of young people perhaps are dealing with this unending feeling of impending doom with a rather dry and dark humor that comes with a sense of acceptance. What is the role that image making plays during this process of grievance, catharsis and even in the production of acceptance or new hope? This question seems to be something that is emerging when viewing the work of Bryan Corley in the exhibition Life (Pre)veils at Cass Cafe. On view are 19 works that seem to be on some kind of dissected journey through different histories from art to mythology to meme culture, combining them all into an amalgamation that mirrors the contemporary “melting” pot of meaning that is this internet saturated world of symbols.

https://runnerdetroit.run/Life(Pre)Veils-BryanCorleyatCassCafe.html

new works - Dimensional Delauney 2022  17x9x4 Denise Corley

Oblong Number 8 - 2024 20x16 wood, stainless, acrylic, leds, cpu Tom Fitzgibbon