"Distance", an exhibition of collages by the late Brian Huff.
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 4, 1pm
Open hours: Thursday, November 2nd to Sunday, November 5, every day from 1 to 6pm.
This exhibition brings together a collection of collages by artist Brian Huff that draws us to examine our imagined memories of childhood and explore the distance that we can feel with them.
Accompanying the exhibition is the public event on Nov. 4th at 12pm, friends from the neighborhood and family from Connecticut will host a reception and share memories of the artist
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Brian Huff was an artist, writer, barfly and most important a "lover, not a fighter" based in Brooklyn. After completing a degree in Arts Administration at Wagner College, Brian ventured first to Williamsburg and then settled in Crown Heights. He worked for 8 years in the development office at Carnegie Hall. For many years he exclusively put his best writing on Yelp, reviewing bars and restaurants all over the city. He rented a studio space in the neighborhood where he made some art and smoked many cigarettes, he later made most of the pieces on the show at his apartment on Park Place. He regularly showed his art at New Haven Open Studios. This is his first Brooklyn show.