The visual artist Isabel Brito Farré is showing over thirty pieces at the B. Beamesderfer Gallery in Highland Park, NJ. The exhibit, entitled “Migratory Work,” opened on December 11 and will close on February 11. Brito Farré hand sews her drawings with thread and also uses graphite and screen printing on paper: it’s a beautiful show about belonging and place that represents years of work, since she moved to the United States from London in 2005. Gallery owner Evan Brownstein (left) with Brito Farré in the photo above. Working with the artist, I wrote and sent out a press release for the show and also transported the art to the gallery from her apartment in Brooklyn!