Headlining Norte Maar’s big Beat Nite after party will be light installation by Brooklyn based artist Julia Sinelnikova. Say hello to Heath at the door grab a beer from Brooklyn Brewery then enjoy Julia’s elaborate light installations inspired by supernatural imagery while you dance the night away to the tunes of DJ jojoSOUL Julia’s installation will remain on view at the Vazquez (93 Forrest Street) for Armory Weekend, Saturday, March 7 and Sunday, March 8, 2-7pm.
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Bushwick’s premiere non-profit arts organization, Norte Maar, presents its 12th installment of Beat Nite, Friday, March 6. Heralded as the most underground, exciting, and fiercely independent, Beat Nite is a late night Bushwick-wide gallery night. This edition is curated by critic Ben Sutton and features a range of the alternative and established. Don’t miss the art and the after party hosted by The Vazquez.
Norte Maar is pleased announce its participation in Exchange Rates: an exposition, Oct 23-26. It will feature three internationally recognized galleries at two locations in Bushwick,
Norte Maar is pleased to announce its new fall season of exhibitions, events, and performances. Here is a quick go to guide for all of Norte Maar’s exciting fall season in Bushwick and beyond.
Writer David Levesley reports on the return of Beat Nite, how it continue to keep Brooklyn at the very center of art world conversation, and interviews the guys of Signal, one of the most compelling and new art spaces featured in Beat Nite 10.
Bushwick, Brooklyn–Jason Andrew and Norte Maar bring back the late night in Bushwick with the tenth edition of Beat Nite featuring just 10 art spaces selected by guest curator Austin Thomas on Friday, February 28.
Last Friday, throngs took to the streets once again for the ninth edition of Beat Nite, featuring just 10 galleries and art spaces selected by guest curator of the night James Panero, art critic and Executive Editor, The New Criterion.
Navigating tight quarters is second nature for any New Yorker. We bunk-up in studio apartments, do the sardine dance in subway cars, and barrel down the maddening sidewalks of Midtown. Last Friday in Bushwick was no different, and as Beat Nite: Limited Edition unfolded, droves of people filed in and out of some of the city’s tiniest—yet perhaps most spirited—art spaces.
“It had to be one of the most memorable moments I have experienced in the neighborhood,” proclaimed Jason Andrew, the architect of the night. “From the terrific curation of the spaces, to all the spaces pulling together to help promote the night, to all the amazing people that attended, the night was just terrific. And then to have us all come together for the afterparty with PassKontrol, it was all quite special.”
Don’t know where to start your Beat Nite wanderings? While all of the 10 participating art spaces are sure to deliver a festive Beat Nite, here’s a few happenings not to be missed. So pony-up Bushwickers, order an absinthe cocktail or two, and get busy with the late night side of Beat Nite!
Jason Andrew + Norte Maar bring back the late night in Bushwick with a limited edition of Beat Nite featuring just 10 art spaces selected by guest curator for the night, Julian Jimarez-Howard of Outlet Fine Art.
Beat Nite: limited edition will be held Friday, February 15. All participating spaces will be open 6-10pm followed by a huge after party at the newest bar/cabaret Bizarre where our local band PassKontrol will get our walking feet dancing.
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