Corridor Gallery in Clinton Hill is one of two galleries of the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation (the other being in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan), a non-profit organization founded in 1995 “dedicated to providing exhibition opportunities to the emerging artistic community.”
Two exhibits at the Corridor Gallery have been open since late September and will continue through November 7th, allowing a remaining short window of time to experience these up-and-coming artists.
Mirror Mirror Off the Wall – An exhibition of paintings, sculptures, and other installations by Cecile Chong. “The fantastic scenarios Cecile Chong has produced run the gamut of signature, figurative mixed-media encaustic paintings to more recent sculptures and installations.”
Hardboard Sky – An exhibition of work by Jaye Rhee, including large scale installation and photography. “Jaye Rhee’s presentation of the interchange between real and fake proposes and accentuates themes of self-determination, self-definition, self-reflection, and self-construction.”
The gallery is open Friday and Saturday noon to six, as well as most days Monday through Thursday 10am to 6pm. Call to confirm staff will be available on these days at (718) 638-7041.
Corridor Gallery is located at 344 Grand avenue in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn