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Closing this Sunday, its now or never to be fully emerged in yasiin beys latest studio recording. Visit link in bio to book your tickets to hear Negus, which will not be released in any digital or analog mediums, and be sure to snap a picture before entering like recent visitors @recordconnect @gya.si @art.kito @dregottheblues @umheybrooke @lucky_peters @kixdavies @streetzkd @lil_hulk_12 and @mackattack007. Tag your photos with #mybkm for a chance to be featured next!
Today Kehinde Wiley’s triumphant Napoleon Leading the Army over the Alps (2005) comes home to Brooklyn with its nineteen-century source, Jacques-Louis David’s Bonaparte Crossing the Alps (1800–1). Seen together, the works by David and Wiley reveal how race, masculinity, power, and representation layer onto portraiture and shape the writing of history. See Jacques-Louis David Meets Kehinde Wiley now through May 10. #davidxwiley⠀ ⠀ Kehinde Wiley (American, born 1977). Napoleon Leading the Army over the Alps (detail), 2005. Oil on canvas. Brooklyn Museum, Partial gift of Suzi and Andrew Booke Cohen in memory of Ilene R. Booke and in honor of Arnold L. Lehman, Mary Smith Dorward Fund, and William K. Jacobs, Jr. Fund, 2015.53. © Kehinde Wiley ⇨ Jacques-Louis David (French, 1748-1825). Bonaparte Crossing the Alps (Bonaparte franchissant le Grand-Saint-Bernard) (detail), 1801. Oil on canvas. Collection of Château de Malmaison. (Photo: Courtesy RMN-GP)
Only 5 more days to experience #yasiinbey’s Negus! More expansive than a one-time, static recording, Negus is a collaborative listening installation that reimagines the possibilities of hip-hop as an art form. Click link in bio to get your #yasiinbeybkm tickets before this unique exhibition closes on Sunday, January 26. ⠀ yasiin bey (American, born 1973). Alämayyähu and yasiin (details), 2015. Courtesy of The Third Line. © The Third Line
On February 4, the directors of three major metropolitan museums—Nathalie Bondil (@mbamtl), Kaywin Feldman (@ngadc), and Anne Pasternak (Brooklyn Museum)—come together to discuss the changing role of museums in the twenty-first century and the need to create inclusive spaces for social good. Moderated by @iamalisonstewart of @wnyc and organized in partnership with @arttableinc and @artnet. Admission is free, but please RSVP via link in bio. 📷 @kolinmendez
Exciting things are in the works over in Williamsburg. Stay tuned to find out what @JR and @lot_ek have in store for the artist’s latest public mural happening in tandem with JR: Chronicles here at the Museum. #jrbkm 📸 @marc @lucas_scherrer_production, courtesy © JR-ART.NET⠀⠀
Registration for spring family art-making is here! In Meet the Museum, learn how artists use exciting materials with your toddlers ages 2–3, and discover all sorts of lines in our galleries. Or, in Family Art Magic, travel the world without hopping on a plane! With your kids ages 4–6, look at art from ancient Egypt to Asia and experiment with different art mediums each week. Tap link in bio to learn more! #bkmeducation 📷 Natalie Holt
Our astrology-themed dance party is this Friday! Hosted by @chiquitabrujita and @alicesparklykat, the evening features music by @bubble____t, @iamelsz, and @whoiszenobia, as well as a signature cocktail by @moodringnyc, gallery tours, tarot readings, and a special market featuring local healers and apothecaries. Link in bio for tickets. Advance tickets are required, and sales close at noon on Friday. 📸 Alyza Enriquez
Whats your favorite artwork in the Museum? Let us know by tagging your photos with #mybkm. You may even end up on our feed like recent visitors @minh.ee.k @ayo.by.joy @elawrenceofbk @sydleyy @ceolsige_ @wkrantz @realestjreid @charlotte.hoogenboom @patricia_labor_of_love and @monsterudita
Over the past two decades JR has emerged as one of our most powerful storytellers and connectors of diverse worlds and communities. Working at the intersections of photography, social engagement, and street art, he creates site-specific public interventions that bring together varied groups of individuals to counter representations in the media and engage with critical social issues around the globe. Dont miss JR: Chronicles, the artists largest solo museum exhibition to date. #JRBKM⠀ ⠀ Video footage courtesy © JR-ART.NET
Its the ONE WEEK countdown to Dance Party: Whats Your Sign?, our astrology-themed dance party hosted by @chiquitabrujita and @alicesparklykat. On Friday, January 24, set your intentions for 2020 with a night of DJ sets by @whoiszenobia and @bubble____t, live music by @iamelsz, and astrology-themed gallery tours. Then, decompress from the dancefloor with a signature cocktail by @moodringnyc, tarot readings by local practitioners, or shop our special market offering a selection of herbs and medicines from New York–based healers and apothecaries. ⠀ Tap link in bio for tickets! Advance tickets are required, and sales close at noon on Friday, January 24. 📸 Alyza Enriquez
👋 St. Louis! Liz Johnson Artur: Dusha opens today at @camstl and will be on view until April 19. Dusha, the Russian word for soul, showcases the Russian Ghanian artist’s intimate pictures, videos, and sketchbooks compiled over more than 30 years. The artist’s images capture the beauty and unique stories of people of the African diaspora from her travels across North America, Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean. If you have a friend in St. Louis who you think will enjoy this show, tag them below and tell them to check it out! #BKMTours⠀ ⠀ Liz Johnson Artur (born Bulgaria, 1964). Black Balloon Archive, 1992–ongoing. Chromogenic photograph. Courtesy of the artist. © LizJohnson Artur
The Japanese call these mythical beasts “Korean Lions” but the origin of this pairing of guardian animals is more likely Chinese. There is a tradition that the beast with the open mouth is saying “Ah” while the one with the closed mouth is saying “Mm.” These sounds represent the beginning and end of all things because they are the first and last letters of the ancient Indian language, Sanskrit. So these Korean lions lived in Japan, but their ancestors were Chinese, and they’re speaking an Indian language. All of this reminds us of how inter-connected Asian cultures were even in a very early period. For this and other stories of international exchange in Asia, check out the new #ArtsofAsia galleries. ⠀ ⠀ Koma-Inu (Mouth Closed); One of Pair, early 13th century. Hinoki (cypress wood) with traces of polychrome. Brooklyn Museum, Purchased with funds given by Mr. and Mrs. Milton F. Rosenthal and Dr. and Mrs. Robert Feinberg, A. Augustus Healy Fund, Frank L. Babbott Fund, and Designated Purchase Fund, 85.171.2. Creative Commons-BY
Our Winter Camp is perfect for kids ages 11-13 looking to explore, expand, and express their creativity during four days of art-making inspired by JR, Kehinde Wiley, and Jacques-Louis David. Develop painting skills from the ground up, starting by stretching a canvas, and experiment with acrylics. Then, go behind the camera in our photo studio and around the Museum. Visit link in bio for more information on registration and scholarships. 📷 Conrado Johns #bkmeducation
"My 31 years at the Brooklyn Museum have been amazing. My godmother who was also employed at the Museum encouraged me to seek employment here. I enjoy working here, it’s my home away from home. Everyone here is like my second family. Storm on the Rocky Mountain by Albert Bierdstadt is my favorite artwork. I enjoy looking at it because my view of it keeps changing all the time.” — Nadine, Security Supervisor @brooklynmuseum #BKMWAY 📷 @jonathan_dorado
OY its 60 degrees out! Take a stroll through our outdoor spaces and bask in the unseasonably warm NYC sun this weekend. Be sure to tag your visit with #mybkm for a chance to be featured like @ilonazam @santcasanova @dianitosoto @a.verycoolkid @dueywitdabigbooty @art_ltc @daviduccio_nyc @jamesgaddy3 @patrishlionel @april8nyc. #oyyo