April 29 - May 28, 2017


Yevgeniya Baras, Mike Cloud, Zachary Wollard
Curated by Kara Rooney

Opening Reception : SaTURDAY, APRIL 29, 5-8pm

Panel Discussion: THURSDAY, MAY 18, 6pm



Coming next in the Main Gallery: Weightless,
a multi-media exhibition of new work by
Dan Carlson. June 23 - July 15.


April 29 - May 28, 2017

The Battle Days

Alex Sewell
Curated by Marine Cornuet

Opening Reception : SaTURDAY, APRIL 29, 5-8pm

Panel Discussion: Saturday, May 13, 4pm



Coming next in the Plus/Space: Heartbeats,
an installation by Columbia Fiero.
June 18 - July 16.


Meridith McNeal, Roman Window Telephone

Meridith McNeal, Roman Window Telephone



The View From Here

06/01 - 06/15
An exhibition of paintings by Meridith McNeal.

Vocals in the Dark

06/09, 1-6pm
A sonic experience by Muriel Louveau, in the Plus/Space.

The Crown Heights FILM FESTIVAL

The festival accepts online applications of short films below 10 minutes from May 1st to August 1st. 

Check our calendar for more upcoming events>>


A series of outdoor exhibitions on the 500ft-long plywood wall that protects the construction site adjacent to FiveMyles.
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01/12 - 03/15
Faces, self-portraits by the students at the International high school at Prospect Heights

Enrique Figueredo

10/16/15 - 09/11/16
09/11/16 - 01/04/17
If I Could Build Anything I Wanted  II  Figueredo's new hand carved plywood panels that depict an imaginary carousel.

Mariano Gil

05/14 - 06/30
Virtuosi, four colorful collages of animal musicians

Jess Frederick

01/12 - 03/15
Sight, a giraffe portrait.
04/01 - 09/20
Animal portraits


09/01 - 12/30
Animal masks , a series of photographs.

Barbara Norman

04/01 - 06/01
It's a Wonderwall, a series of large photographs.

Meridith McNeal

06/05 - 7/20
Garden Door, a large painting of an open, sunny garden door.

Students of Erasmus Hall High School

07/05 - 09/20
Drawings about what the student's ideal city would look like.

This project is made possible in part thanks to the generous support of the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation.