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The world is flat at the Kentler drawing space

Kentler International Drawing Space presents the work of 19 artists from The Kentler Flatfiles in a show guest-curated by Charlotta Kotik, curator of Contemporary Art Emerita, Brooklyn Museum.

“The Persistence of Line: Selections From The Kentler Flatfiles” runs through July 13 and features the work of artists Ellen Chuse, Ellen Driscoll, Abbygail Goldstein, Joanne Howard, Richard Howe, Nene Humphrey, James Jack, Elise Kaufman, Jiri Kornatovsky, Anne Krinsky, Dawn Lee, Morgan O’Hara, Gelah Penn, Sherae Rimpsey, Claudia Sbrissa, Elaine Smollin, Ilene Sunshine, Alicia Wargo and Martin Zet.

The show will feature a curator’s talk June 28 at 4 p.m. as well as an artist’s reception June 28 from 5-8 p.m. An exhibition brochure with an essay by Charlotta Kotik accompanies the show.

The gallery is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 12-5 p.m. Kentler is in Red Hook at 353 Van Brunt Street; call 718-875-2098.

For more, visit www.kentlergallery.org /pagescurrent.html.

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