The New York Observer / "Williamsburg Grows Up"
Black & White Gallery
483 Driggs Avenue, Brooklyn, New York
Through Jan. 23, 2011
Black & White Gallery is only eight years old, but that's a generation in Brooklyn gallery years. Moreover, it's loyal to its roots. Originally based in Brooklyn, then opening also in Manhattan, the gallery closed its Chelsea space in April 2010 and is back home on Driggs Avenue. Founding director Tatyana Okshteyn is still there, too. The gallery has a group show opening this weekend that features Colette, Alicia Ross and Natsu, among others.