Pretty much says summer, doesn’t it? All photos by Joseph Talman
After a long, brutal winter, people in the art world have been looking forward to Bushwick Open Studios more than ever. Finally, from May 30 to June 1, artists and art collectives threw open their doors for shows and a celebration of the neighborhood’s art. For people who make the trek out to Bushwick, BOS is not just merely art, it’s an experience, but it’s also special for those of us who live here, the creatives and art-lovers alike.
The following photos document only a very small portion the weekend’s endless art party, one I am happy to call one of the most amazing weekends I have ever had in Brooklyn.
Some garages were converted for art…
Some garages just remained garages.
BOS is, of course, dog friendly
Looks like a potential love connection for the Triplets of Kings County
Hands come together on Wyckoff Avenue
Life Size Maps playing at the launch party of Bushwick Open Studios at Radio Bushwick
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