From Clayton Patterson's radical guerrilla art to emerging Brooklyn painters and multi-media works, Tillou gallery brings you talent and innovation from a diversity of genres.
Tucked away in a cozy brownstone in historic Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Tillou is the kind of discovery gallery lovers dream of. Featuring works by emerging and established artists, Tillou exhibits flawless taste and fearless curation. Painting, photography, multi-media––all genres, all inspired. Tillou has participated in international art fairs (including Art Basel, ARCO Madrid, Art Chicago, The Armory Show, Pulse NY and Miami, Art Hamptons, Outsider Art Fair, and Volta as well as fairs in Los Angeles, Santa Fe and Guadalajara, Mexico). They have also organized various special projects and independent exhibitions throughout New York City––in Chelsea, the East Village, Lower East Side, Midtown, the Upper East Side, Brooklyn and East Hampton. Check it out. Potato Mike did.
KAJAHL: OBSCURE ORIGINS
curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah
April 22 – June 18, 2017
DOUG HALL, PHOTOGRAPHER
SIMPLICITY OF NATURAL AND URBAN ENVIRONMENTS
KIM KEEVER, PHOTOGRAPHER
BILLOWING BLOSSOMS AND EXPLOSIVE CLOUDS
EDWINA WHITE, WORKS N PAPER
EUGENE VON BRUENCHENHEIN