Brewer’s Mansion is happy to present A Collection of Drawings, a show by Brooklyn street artist Cake, from December 11th through the 21st!
From the artist:
I use anatomy to describe the intricate relationship structures humans have with themselves and others. I frequently take from the pool of human suffering for subject matter and inspiration. When people disconnect from themselves in any way, it will somehow show up in their faces, bodies and gestures. I prefer to make drawings describing those results.”
For the show at Brewer’s Mansion, I will be creating an installation for a selection of drawings completed during my month long stay this past fall at The Fountainhead Residency in Miami.”
More information can be found at cakestreetart.com and brewersmansion.com.
Brewer’s Mansion is located at 55 Waterbury between Scholes and Meserole in Bushwick, Brooklyn. To get here, take the L to Montrose, walk half a block down Bushwick Ave and make a right on Meserole, then walk down a few blocks and make a left on Waterbury (while you’re here, take a walk along our block to see pieces by Clown Soldier, Fernando Mora, Gaia, Giant Robots UK, Rambo, Samson, Sten + Lex, Y’Elle, and more. New stuff goes on all the time).
We’re open from 1 to 7 on weekends, by chance, for special events, and by appointment (call Megan at 917 679 2339).
917 679 2339
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