"I met Daryl-Ann Saunders when she contacted me to participate in Night Moves, . . . " Maria Passarotti
"NIGHT MOVES", group exhibit/ curator. Safe-T-Gallery and Farmani
Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. March 5-April 11, 2009.
Curated by Daryl-Ann Saunders and Jill Waterman, the photographic works of
thirteen artists who toil under cloak of darkness will be featured in Night
Moves, a group exhibition of night photography, from March 5 through April
11, 2009 in the neighboring spaces of Safe-T-Gallery (Night Moves:
Exploring The Horizon) and Farmani Gallery (Night Moves: Angles of View).
Daryl-Ann's subway work from Shanghai, China will be in the Safe-T-Gallery
exhibit. All are invited to the opening reception on Thursday, March 5 from 6
to 8pm, when many of the exhibiting artists will be in attendance. The opening
reception will coincide with Dumbo's First Thursday Gallery Walk which occurs
the first Thursday of each month.
March 9: a night photography symposium will be held in conjunction with B&H
Photo from 10:30 - 4:30 pm.
March 15 and March 21: the co-curators offer a night photography workshop in
collaboration with Adorama Workshops.
March 29: from 2 - 4:30pm, a gallery talk with the curators and local
artists in attendance will be held in the galleries.
See the links below to view additional information, the press release and
OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, March 5, 2009 from 6 - 8pm.
GALLERY TALK: Sunday, March 29, 2009 from 2 - 4:30pm.
EXHIBIT DATES & HOURS: 03/05 - 04/11/09. Wed to Sat 12-6pm, Thurs
04/02/09 till 8pm.
GALLERY 1: Safe-T-Gallery, Ste. 214. 111 Front Street bt Washington &
Adams Streets, Brooklyn, NY 11201, (718) 782-5920.
GALLERY 2: Farmani Gallery, Ste. 212. 111 Front Street bt Washington
& Adams Streets, Brooklyn, NY 11201, (718) 578-4478.
ARTISTS: John Dowell, Mark Jaremko, Lance Keimig, Toby Keller, Maria
Passarotti, Daryl-Ann Saunders, Lynn Saville, Barbara Yoshida, Steve Duncan,
Helen K. Garber, Robert Vizzini, Jill Waterman, Marc Yankus.
SUBWAY: From Manhattan, take the F subway to York Street, the first
stop in Brooklyn. Exit the station and turn right on Jay Street. Walk downhill
one block to Front Street and turn left. The entrance is on the right side of
the street.See the "Transit Guide" link for additional transportation options.