524 Court Street Brooklyn, New York 11231 (entrance on Huntington)/ Gallery Hours: Fridays and Saturdays 12-6PM and by appointment/ Smith and 9th F&G train/ Contact David Dixon at CathouseFUNeral@gmail.com or 646.729.4682

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Cathouse Proper is a second Cathouse for art and culture located at the nexus of the art-burgeoning Carroll Gardens /Gowanus /Red Hook area of Brooklyn, and is a much different kind of space than Cathouse FUNeral. Whereas FUNeral is housed in an ex-funeral home in East Williamsburg – where the gallery itself is reconfigured to fit each show and remnants of its history are preserved – Proper is the consummate, very well appointed, approx. 18x18x18' perfect white cube that demands to be respected. Designed and built by artist Ethan Ryman to display one work of art at a time, it is at his behest and his 524 Project Space that Cathouse is organizing a series of exhibitions that focus on a single work by a diverse array of artists. We call these one-work solo exhibitions "solo-solo shows".

 

 

-Daniel Swanigan Snow, 'Day and Night', solo booth #4 at Outsider Art Fair, January 19-22, 2017. Metropolitan Pavillion, 125 West 18th Street.

-November 17, 8PM, Book Release party and reading for Ranbir Singh Sidhu's novella Object Lessons (in 12 Sides w/Afterglow), published by Run/Off Editions (2016), the author will be present. Open to public, free admission: Ranbir Promotion!

-November 19, 8PM preview screening of Jackson McCoy's 16mm feature film American Letters (2016), the filmmaker will be present. Open to public, free admission.

-Screening of Danilo Correale's "THE GAME" (2015, 71 min) Friday, June 24, 8PM free admission, limited seating.

-Screening of Camel Collective's 'Something Other Than What You Are' (33 min) & 'The Situation' (9 min) Sunday, June 12, 8PM, free admission, limited seating, RSVP to studio@camelcollective.org

 

2. Michael Ashkin: DISMAL DREAMING, April 22 - June 5, 2016

and also at Cathouse FUNeral through May 1.

-Michael Ashkin performs "were it not for" at Cathouse Proper, Saturday, May 21, doors at 7:30, performance at 8PM **free admission

 

1. Michael Ryan: Brooklyn Institute of Fashion and Curatorial Studies, February 27 - April 9, 2016