R A B I E S

Apr 21

nycartscene:

opens Sat, Apr 19, 5-7p:“The Real Estate Show, What Next: 2014” John Ahearn, Stefan Eins, Peter Fend,  Coleen Fitzgibbon, Bobby G, Tom Otterness, Ann Messner and Laurie Arbeiter, and Alan Moore Cuchifritos Gallery, 120 Essex St., NYC (inside Essex Street Market)“An extension of The Real Estate Show of 1979/1980, this exhibition will serve as a living project space, presenting new work that continues to question the impending re-development of the Seward Park Urban Redevelopment Area (SPURA) sites. By addressing certain issues that have both united and polarized the neighborhood over the last 30+ years, the exhibition will encourage artists and community members to become an active part of the conversation by focusing on the particular insights and experimental processes that artists bring to imagining new urban spaces. All of the projects, contributed by former Colab members and participants in the original Real Estate Show, take form through audience engagement, as Cuchifritos becomes a flexible site for the active processes unfolding throughout the duration of the exhibition.” - thru May 18Corresponding Exhibitions:The Real Estate Show, Was Then: 1980 at James Fuentes, 55 Delancey Street, April 4 – 27RESx: The Real Estate Show Extended at ABC NoRio, 156 Rivington Street, April 9 – May 8NO CITY IS AN ISLAND at The Lodge Gallery, 131 Chrystie Street, April 10 – May 11

nycartscene:

opens Sat, Apr 19, 5-7p:

The Real Estate Show, What Next: 2014
 John Ahearn, Stefan Eins, Peter Fend,
 Coleen Fitzgibbon, Bobby G, Tom Otterness,
 Ann Messner and Laurie Arbeiter, and Alan Moore
 
Cuchifritos Gallery, 120 Essex St., NYC (inside Essex Street Market)

“An extension of The Real Estate Show of 1979/1980, this exhibition will serve as a living project space, presenting new work that continues to question the impending re-development of the Seward Park Urban Redevelopment Area (SPURA) sites. By addressing certain issues that have both united and polarized the neighborhood over the last 30+ years, the exhibition will encourage artists and community members to become an active part of the conversation by focusing on the particular insights and experimental processes that artists bring to imagining new urban spaces. All of the projects, contributed by former Colab members and participants in the original Real Estate Show, take form through audience engagement, as Cuchifritos becomes a flexible site for the active processes unfolding throughout the duration of the exhibition.” - thru May 18

Corresponding Exhibitions:

The Real Estate Show, Was Then: 1980
at James Fuentes, 55 Delancey Street, April 4 – 27

RESx: The Real Estate Show Extended
at ABC NoRio, 156 Rivington Street, April 9 – May 8

NO CITY IS AN ISLAND
at The Lodge Gallery, 131 Chrystie Street, April 10 – May 11

xenophone:

gizmodo:
l to r: Alejandro Jodorowsky, Sardaukar warrior, Jean (Moebius) Giraud c. 1974  the greatest science fiction film never made

xenophone:

gizmodo:

l to r: Alejandro Jodorowsky, Sardaukar warrior, Jean (Moebius) Giraud c. 1974  the greatest science fiction film never made

mudwerks:

(via Acidemic - Film: Let the Darionioni Nuovo entrain your Dissonance: AMER (2009))

mudwerks:

(via Acidemic - Film: Let the Darionioni Nuovo entrain your Dissonance: AMER (2009))

arachnidisa:

"mulder and scully pooping in the street" is my favorite kind of x files promotional material

arachnidisa:

"mulder and scully pooping in the street" is my favorite kind of x files promotional material

(Source: hippiesispunkz, via eyethrash)

xo-skeleton:

Japanese sailor, from an article on modern stress in “Sun” magazine, 1967

xo-skeleton:

Japanese sailor, from an article on modern stress in “Sun” magazine, 1967

(Source: yimmyayo)

(Source: weirdfishe, via rushofnostalgia)

Apr 20

aubreylstallard:

Robert Mapplethorpe, Self Portrait, 1983

aubreylstallard:

Robert Mapplethorpe, Self Portrait, 1983

(Source: polyeucte-de-melitena, via 801d)

[video]

Inner Self

Inner Self

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