Residency Unlimited Artist Interview Series: Paula Dunlop

Here is our second installation of the series of artist interviews from the recent art show in our gallery space at 351 Van Brunt, Compére Collective, which was called CONTINGENCIES.  Paula Dunlop is an artist, designer and maker from Brisbane, Australia. You can see her work in our gallery below and featured on her website. What has it […]

Residency Unlimited Artist Interview Series: Shay Arick

As you may have heard Realty Collective has teamed up with Residency Unlimited and one of the most recent shows in our gallery space at 351 Van Brunt, Compére Collective, was called CONTINGENCIES. Over the next month we’d like to showcase the artists involved in that exhibit here on our blog. The first interview we’re sharing is […]

Live in your world/ Play in ours Group Exhibition begins soon at Compère Collective

  The latest exhibition taking place at our gallery space in Red Hook is called Live in your world/Play in ours and is a 10 day long group exhibition which opens this Sunday. You can read more below and visit the show’s event page here. Live in your world / Play in ours Curated by […]

Three More Days to Visit “New Paintings” Art Exhibit at 351 Van Brunt

We had a lovely opening reception at Compère Collective, RC’s gallery space at 351 Van Brunt Street, for an exhibit of “New Paintings” by local artists Lisa Ingram and Ethan Cornell. Both artists work out of Hot Wood Arts, a 7,000 square foot space inside a gorgeous waterfront warehouse building in Red Hook that houses fifteen artist residents. Realty […]

Thoughts Becoming Loud Exhibition Opening

On April 5th Grant Cutler’s interdisciplinary three-day exhibition Thoughts Becoming Loud opens at the Realty Collective Gallery, Compère Collective, in Red Hook, Brooklyn. In Thoughts Becoming Loud, Cutler explores the complexity of a moment through impressionistic multimedia works: an interactive portrait, a small-edition large-scale heavyweight magazine, and oversized prints. The collection centers on a digital […]

Artist Spotlight: Ethan Cornell by RC’s Jane Herro

I had the pleasure of visiting artist Ethan Cornell at his studio in Red Hook a couple weeks back. We discussed how working at Hot Wood Arts, a 7,000 square foot space inside a gorgeous waterfront warehouse building in Red Hook that houses fifteen artist residents, inspires his work. He also shared more about his process, how having a […]

Residency Unlimited Event-Meet Over Lunch: Adam Yokell, Foundwork

We partnered up with local non profit Residency Unlimited at the end of last year and are happy to spread the word whenever they have an event. They recently performed and exhibited work at our Van Brunt office. You can see photos and a video from opening night here. This upcoming event, which is free […]

Residency Unlimited Performance Photo Gallery and Video!

As you may have heard, we’ve partnered up with local non-profit Residency Unlimited, hosting their exhibits and events out of our Van Brunt Street office/gallery space. Last weekend was the opening reception, performance and exhibition called May Be A Donkey. This event brought together “the experimental works of Swiss artists Myriam Casanova and Jérôme Stünzi, both artists in residence at […]

Art Exhibition, Opening Reception and Performance at 351 Van Brunt this Weekend.

We recently announced our partnership with local non-profit Residency Unlimited, who supports “the creation, presentation and dissemination of contemporary art through its unique residency program and year-round public programs”.  Back in November we hosted an exhibit in the 351 Van Brunt Street space, which was our first event after partnering up, and it went very […]

CSF Mermaid’s Garden Moving Pick-Up Locations.

We had been hosting Mermaid’s Garden, a community supported fishery, out of our space at 351 Van Brunt Street over the years and were so happy to do so. They’ve recently found a new space in the neoghborhood that works better for them during the winter months. Read below! Starting this coming Saturday, December 8, we’ll be […]