Safe Gallery

1004 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Saturday & Sunday 12–6PM
Past
An eye that tried so hard to see one particular thing that it ended up forgetting everything else: Curated by Stuart Lorimer
24 July 08 September
2019
Maddy Parrasch & Emma Soucek
19 May 14 July
2019
William Latta & Becca Mann
04 April 06 May
2019
Shaun Krupa: Lost Body
22 February 31 March
2019
Victoria Keddie & Scott Kiernan
18 January 17 February
2019
Robert Nava, Marco Pariani & Lauren Taylor
12 November 25 November
2018
Alex Eagleton: This is Heaven
22 September 04 November
2018
Serban Ionescu & Anjuli Rathod
07 July 08 August
2018
Amanda Friedman & Peter LaBier
27 April 07 May
2018
Nick Poe & Sophie Stone
23 March 22 April
2018
Kari Cholnoky: True Level
16 February 18 March
2018
John Newman: Curated by Dan Nadel
10 January 11 February
2018
Anna Schachte & Ryan Steadman
18 November 17 December
2017
Andy Cahill: Home
14 October 12 November
2017
Billy Grant & Rich Porter
31 August 08 October
2017
Cosmic Joke: Curated by Jennifer Sullivan
10 June 09 July
2017
Daniel Herr & Guy Walker
06 May 28 May
2017
Brian Chippendale & Ioanna Pantazopoulou
25 March 23 April
2017
Andy George Robertson & Clayton Schiff
18 February 12 March
2017
Arielle Falk & Robbie McDonald
13 January 12 February
2017
Fabienne Lasserre & Annette Wehrhahn
12 November 18 December
2016
James English Leary & Aine Vonnegut
29 September 06 November
2016
Dau And Dill: Curated by Eddie Martinez
16 June 17 July
2016
Shaun Krupa & Ben Dowell
13 May 12 June
2016
Kenneth Zoran Curwood & Alex Eagleton
19 April 19 May
2016
Kari Cholnoky & Erin Lee Jones
28 February 28 March
2016
Casino Cabaret: Curated by Melissa Brown
19 February 19 February
2016
Dan Hougland & David Kennedy Cutler
23 August 10 October
2015
Events
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Safe Gallery opened in August 2015, named for the turn-of-the-century vault discovered in its walls. Initially, artist and founder Pali Kashi focused on two-person exhibitions. Kashi intuitively paired emerging artists in a direct dialogue, and these bodies of work would accentuate new elements in the other. The gallery project has developed to include solo exhibitions, performance art, community dinners, and live music.

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