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A new and innovative form of art space called "graphite." is opening in Williamsburg. As you know, "graphite." is a name based on the core of a pencil. There are two meanings expressed in this name. On one hand, there is an element that provokes a soft sensitivity like the graphite in a pencil. But then when viewed as the light, high-strength component used in composite materials, it suggests an entirely different meaning.

graphite. offers you art in its ideal form.

It defiantly does all that is art. For example, a space can be rented out for one month. Two of the weeks can be used as a creation space, and the remaining two can be used for the show. Or, it can even be used as a pop-up store.

Calling it an "art gallery" may have a cold connotation, giving you an image of a place that is awkward to approach and difficult to enter. However, graphite. is an art space where we want many people to come enjoy themselves. This is a place where energy and intuition are born, where artists and art pieces go on together in collaboration.

It is a place for artists, designers, photographers, architects, musicians, and writers - those who love to create anything and everything. It is a place for an audience to come see, hear, feel, and enjoy what's been created. But most importantly graphite. is a place where we can come paint just a little bit of our future together.

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No shopNo parkingNo restaurant/cafeNo Library/BookstoreNot accessible to disabled persons

Opening hours

From 12:00 to 19:00
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays




Address: 38 Marcy ave., Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: 646-256-7217

On the corner of Hope Street. Subway: G to Metropolitan or L to Lorimer

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