Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition 499 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Founded in 1978, the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition is an artist-run, nonprofit art space located in a Civil…More War–era warehouse on Van Brunt Street in Brooklyn. The 25,000-square-foot gallery hosts regularly scheduled exhibits and musical performances featuring local artists. Visit the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition's website for a schedule of upcoming exhibits and performances.
United Artists Court Street Stadium 106 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11201 United Artists Court Street Stadium is a movie theatre featuring 12 screens showing commercial films. Soda, candy,…More popcorn, hot dogs and nachos are served at the concession stand.
Self Made New York 531 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 Self Made New York is an art collective which allows artists of different disciplines a space to both work and display…More their projects. This concept grays the area separating gallery from workshop. The result is a diverse yet harmonious space where art lovers (and buyers) can gather to enjoy the creativity of these local artists.
Smith Street Tattoo Parlour 411 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11231 This tattoo parlor and its resident artists are the stuff of local legend. Delivering top-notch artwork directly…More to the skin from its extensive database of images wallpapering the shop, Smith Street has developed a loyal following. The artists have their own unique styles, and they also do cover-up jobs.
Brooklyn Tattoo 99 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Brooklyn Tattoo, a tattoo parlor located on Smith Street, is owned and operated by professional tattoo artists Adam…More Suerte and Willie Paredes. Visit Brooklyn Tattoo's website for more information on the studio and its artists. Free consultations are encouraged for potential clients. Appointments are suggested, but walk-ins are also accepted.
Ernest Porcelli Art Glass Studio 543 Union St, Brooklyn, NY11215 Ernest Porcelli is a stained-glass artist that has been creating original artwork and restoring timeless pieces since…More the 1980s. Today, the artist continues to work out his Brooklyn Art Glass Studio with various glass modifying techniques such as painting, acid etching and sandblasting.
Axelle Fine Arts 312 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11201 This large building on Atlantic Avenue, between Hoyt and Smith streets, is home to the corporate offices of Axelle Fine…More Arts, which has galleries in San Francisco, Boston and New York. These exhibition spaces emphasize realist, figurative, landscape and representation paintings, as well as sculpture, by American and European artists. You may go to the official website for more information about artists and events.