BRIC’s “Art Into Music” Exhibition Is a Feast for the Senses


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BRIC continues its inaugural season in the newly opened BRIC House, the organization’s 40,000-square- foot multi-disciplinary facility in Downtown Brooklyn, with Art Into Music, a group exhibition devoted to artists whose work is inspired by music.

On view through April 27, Art Into Music examines the myriad ways in which music inspires contemporary artists, while also exploring the complex relationship between pop culture, mass media culture, and so-called “fine” art. The exhibition features 12 artists working in such varied media as installation, collage, public intervention, painting, text-based work, sculpture, and video. It includes a 10-ft tower of boomboxes, a wall of record albums, and a stage that will act as a listening station,where visitors will be able to access personal playlists of music that inspired the exhibition artists when creating their works. For more information, visit BRIC here.

When: Through April 27
Where: BRIC House, 647 Fulton Street, Downtown Brooklyn
How much: FREE
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., closed Monday

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