Style File Exhibition August 08 2016
Style File Exhibition
Warehouse Gallery | 183 Lorraine Street #5 | Brooklyn, NY 11231
4 Creatives use different pages from the same book to express their own unique style. Check out the book Style File, available on Warehouse, by co-founder Lesley Ware. This is a fun exhibition for us as we are all friends who create in the same nook in Red Hook. Erika makes the cutest things and has been featured in West Elm. Crystal uses a lovely blend of whimsical and sturdy material that delights the eye. Ryan is a designer who has brought to life a stunning set of fashion zodiac signs, and Lesley jumps in the exhibition with a one-of-kind coloring project.
Wednesday August 10th 2016 | 7pm - 10pm
Wednesday October 12th 2016 | 7pm - 9pm
Music by DJ GoodWill
PS: Ryan Spence = @planetlucid
L. Kasimu | Gallery Hours June 21 2016
June 21st, 22nd, and 24th | 3-8pm
More about the L. Kasimu exhibition
L. Kasimu on Lenscratch
A Blackness Continuum May 10 2016
A Blackness Continuum by L. Kasimu Harris
Harris is exploring with the space time continuum, space-time does not evolve, it simply exists, to examine police brutality against black men. Harris contends, through his video, that the time, nor, place or person matters, when it comes to the killing of black men. He uses trees as a portal to transport to these recurring events. Moreover, Harris starts this journey in 1955, the decade when recorded lynching began to taper off and the trees represent that history. But, now, the new lynchings are police killings and the advent of mobile recording devices has made the masses into an audience.
Space-time does not evolve, it simply exists. When we examine a particular object from the standpoint of its space-time representation, every particle is located along its world-line. This is a spaghetti-like line that stretches from the past to the future showing the spatial location of the particle at every instant in time. This world-line exists as a complete object which may be sliced here and there so that you can see where the particle is located in space at a particular instant.
Find out more about the L. Kasimu exhibition x residency here.
Opening Exhibition | Friday May 13th 7-9pm
L. Kasimu April 28 2016
L. Kasimu is an exhibition curated by Kamau Ware featuring the work of New Orleans-based creative L. Kasimu Harris. The exhibition is both a presentation of the photography of L. Kasimu and a residency of his creative process that is influenced by his love for fashion, journalism, food, and music.
May 13th to [extended] to June 24th 2016
Friday the 13th
“War on the Benighted” Opening Reception | 7-9p
Saturday the 14th
SoHo Streetstyle Residency | 3-5p | Jersey Street at Crosby Street
Black Gotham Experience “Caesar’s Rebellion” walking tour story | 7:30-10:30p
Sunday the 15th
Artist Talk x fashion studio shoot + Rooftop Speakeasy | 6-9p
Thursday June 2nd
Gallery Hours | 6-9p
Friday June 24th
Gallery Hours | 12pm - 6pm
Closing Reception | 6-9pm
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WANDER by Geneva L. White November 27 2015
Join us for the closing reception for WANDER on Saturday February 27th 2016 | 6pm - 10pm
There will be a special WANDER photo walk before the closing from 2pm - 5pm. Ticket info.
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January 21st to February 27th
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Debut solo exhibition of photographer Geneva L. White, better known as @genevalw
Artist, Geneva L. White
Curator, Kamau Ware
Clarity by Adrian Franks October 27 2015
Opening Reception Friday October 30th 2015
7:00 - 10:00 PM
183 Lorraine Street | third floor studio #5
Brooklyn, NY 11231
Adrian Franks contemplates how a ubiquitous social object can transmit profound clarity about the ephemeral quality of status.
Artist, Adrian Franks
Curator, Kamau Ware
Eni Collection September 08 2015
Tye Tomon - New York Fashion Week S/S 2015 September 05 2014
It's New York Fashion Week S/S15 and Warehouse is excited to participate with our very own presentation. Tye Tomon is both a launch of our bow tie series, the Tye Collection, and the New York debut of Tereneh Mosley's OMWA+Idia'Dega. Fashion inspired by travel and the spirit of collaboration. Contact us for inquiries and appointments.
Tye Tomon - a fashion presentation
Warehouse Gallery & Studio | 183 Lorraine Street | Brooklyn, NY 11231
Reception Friday September 12th 6-9pm | available by appointment from September 7th - 11th
The Tye collection is a collaborative bow tie series by designer Lesley Ware with creative direction from curator kamau ware. Lesley and kamau have two nephews named Tye and found it a fitting title for the collection. The concept is that each bow tie have its own personality and story, very much like their adorable nephews. The first tie from this collection is “the Portie” which is inspired by the school uniforms worn by the children in the city of Port Antonio, Jamaica, which was pleasantly discovered by the Wares on their summer vacation.
OMWA + Idia’Dega is Indigenous-inspired elegant ethical apparel. OMWA: Olorgesailie Maasai Women Artisans of Kenya and Tereneh Mosley designer of Idia’Dega a US-based eco-fashion line. Ms. Mosley lived in a Maasai community to co-design the Tomon Collection with OMWA. Tomon means 10 in Maa, the Maasai language, the collection is a ten-piece eco-collection for women and men featuring apparel, accessories and jewelry. The collection premiered in Paris this past July.
Sew Fab: Book Preview + Exhibition by Lesley Ware August 06 2014
Saturday August 9th | 6-9pm
Location: Red Hook, Brooklyn
Sweet Lorraine Gallery (same building as Warehouse Gallery & Studio)
183 Lorraine Street Brooklyn, NY 11231
Lesley Ware is making her exhibition debut that is both a preview into her forthcoming book, Sew Fab, and a window into her take on fashion. Lesley is the co-founder of Warehouse Gallery and also known as The Creative Cookie.
Visit the collection.
Saturday August 30th | 6-9pm
FEARLESS by Adrian Franks August 06 2014
Wednesday August 6th | 6-9pm
Location: Bed Stuy, Brooklyn
Civil Service Cafe (our pop-in gallery)
279 Nostrand Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11216
For the past three years, artist Adrian Franks has questioned and celebrated fearlessness through a set of digital silhouettes comprised of both iconic and everyday figures. Striking profiles from the likes of Fela, Shirley Chisolm, to John F. Kennedy and intimates such as Adrian's wife and colleagues have found their image and voice in the collection. The questions Adrian has posed with this visual narration is "Where would we be if these icons gave in to fear?" and "What makes you fearless now?".
This dialogue has found a home online and in several exhibitions in New York City and one traveling group show. Warehouse Gallery has reached into the origins of this creative exercise by selecting some of the original "Fearless" digital concepts which were based on police mug shots of the Freedom Riders of 1961 who were civil activists risking bodily harm to integrate public and private spaces in the south. With this exhibition, Warehouse Gallery asks the everyday figures of Civil Service Cafe, "What fearless actions are you taking today?"
Visit the collection.
Artist & Curator's Talk
Wednesday August 27th | 6-8pm
Sequence II May 15 2014
Warehouse Gallery is pleased to present the second installment of Sequence at our new gallery location at Civil Service on 279 Nostrand Avenue. We'll feature the photography of our very own Kamau Akabueze and kamau ware who debuted their new collaboration at the Sweet Lorraine Gallery in Red Hook this past March. Their double exposure series titled Exposed has been brought to beautiful Bed Stuy to extend our study of sequence in visual storytelling.
Friday May 16th from 7pm-10pm
Sounds provided by DJ Mikey Perez
Complimentary gourmet pizzas made available by our new friends at Civil Service
EXPOSED by KzA and kw March 20 2014
Before we opened our gallery in November 2013, we first operated and still run our studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The Ware couple share this studio space with close friend, Kamau Z. Akabueze, who happens to be kamau ware's best friend and another photographer. For the first time, both photographers and friends are presenting their work as a collective at the Warehouse Studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn in an exhibition titled EXPOSED.
The reception takes place on Saturday March 22nd from 6-9pm. See some amazing art the creative hub behind Warehouse Gallery. Visitors are also welcome by appointment.
Warehouse Gallery will be closed Saturday March 22nd so our creative family can all be present for the EXPOSED reception.
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