Event: The Threat of Chance at Ad Hoc Art Gallery

Event: The Threat of Chance at Ad Hoc Art Gallery
Christine Huang
  • 30 april 2008

This new art exhibition at Ad Hoc Art Gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn, takes a look at the ‘temptation of possibility’ – resulting in a pastiche of images and experiences from people standing on the brink of change, hope, or peril. The month-long exposition will feature the works of Josh MacPhee, Billy Mode, Chris Stain and The Polaroid Kidd, as well as various found material and industrial detritus. Inside visitors can also experience a lifesize railroad shanty town (or at least the recreation of one), with photographs from the prolific Polaroid Kidd filling the walls, offering a candid glimpse at boxcar culture. The exposition will run from May 2 – June 1.

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