While on your Beat Nite gallery travels, don’t miss “Something Naught” featuring work from Matthew Mahler at Centotto- 7-10pm
After-party at The Vasquez!
DJ CallMeYo at 9:30-11pm
DJ jojoSOUL at 11pm-1am
Beat Nite 12
Beat Nite 12:
art spaces and galleries stay open late
spaces curated by Ben Sutton
produced by Jason Andrew
organized by Norte Maar
poster by Ellen Letcher
media sponsor Bushwick Daily
Fri, Mar 6, 2014, 6-10pm
Beat Nite …the most underground, exciting, and fiercely independent pockets of the New York art world. –ARTINFO
Beat Nite… Best Neighborhood-Wide Gallery Nite. –L Magazine
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council
About Beat Nite.
Beat Nite made its neighborhood debut in February 2009, featuring all of Bushwick’s alternative art spaces and galleries—at the time, only seven. The event grew into a biannual occurrence offering an awesome neighborhood-wide event that many have labeled “half art stroll, half bar crawl.” With over 50 galleries and alternative spaces now in Bushwick/Ridgewood, since 2012 a special guest curator has been invited to select just 10 spaces from the community’s many great offerings.
About Ben Sutton.
Ben Sutton is an art critic, journalist, and curator based in Park Slope. He is the Metro Editor at Hyperallergic, and his articles on public art, artist documentaries, the tedium of art fairs, James Franco’s obsession with Cindy Sherman, and other divisive issues been published there and by Artnet, The L Magazine, Modern Painters, Art+Auction, BKLYNR, and Brooklyn Magazine, among others. He has curated exhibitions at Field Projects, the Spring Break Art Show, the Gowanus Loft, and the Lower East Side Printshop.
- Visual Arts