A real cool accompaniment to the New Museum’s 1993 show: Call 1-855-FOR-1993 from any
street urinal NYC pay phone and you’ll get a site-specific recording from a notable cultural figure about what was happening on that block in 1993.
There was hope that Kelefa Sanneh’s profile of the Harlem tailor would bypass the New Yorker’s paywall, however you’ll have to settle for a slideshow instead.
Beginning today and running through March 31st, artist Nick Cave will transform Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Station into a field of play for his colorfully costumed horses. Choreographed Crossings happen daily at 11am and 2pm. Be sure to stop by.
More info at Creative Time
Joshua Liner opens up his new gallery space at 540 W. 28th with a tight group show featuring a bunch of familiar faces, Ed Templeton shows ‘Symptoms’ in Antwerp, Belgium at Tim Van Laere Gallery, and Smash137 is the ‘Public Enemy’ at Galerie Abtart in Stuttgart, Germany.
Jim Mangan opens a show featuring a beautiful series of abstract photographs tonight at Martha Otero Gallery in Los Angeles.
Mr. Green @ Art Basel ft. Rime, Wen, Chocolatte Lady and Mr. Do or Die.
Check the Seventh Letter’s new video Miami Nights, Scandalous Times With Party People after the jump.
One of the many strange delicacies that were served at the 109th annual dinner of the Explorers Club. They ate goat penis as well.
Trustocorp gives new life to an abandoned theme park in California.
“Criminals Blue collar, white collar, you have wronged people. It is to people that you must apologize, not to the state, not to God. Get your misdeeds off your chest! Call APOLOGY *67 (347) 201-2446.”
$139,000. Philadelphia, get yours.
If you read the site, you’re well aware that we put together a “nude” show at Guerrero Gallery last Saturday. What you haven’t seen are pics of some of the ladies (and Tim Diet) that attended the show. So, here you go.
Photos by Joe Russo
If you’re out in SF, Nudes. is on view until April 6th. See it online here.
Our nudes show opened last Saturday at Guerrero Gallery alongside Erin M. Riley’s tapestry-filled Show Me More. We’re pleased to show you images from the show featuring Asger Carlsen, Alfred Steiner, Chris Yormick, Dave Schubert, Eddie Martinez, Eric Beltz, Faile, Geoff McFetridge, HuskMitNavn, Mark Gonzales, Mark Mulroney, Sandy Kim, Stephen Powers, Suzannah Sinclair, Taylor McKimens, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Troels Carlsen, and Victor Reyes.
For info on individual works, contact Guerrero Gallery
Did a little taco tour yesterday with Dave Schubert. Here are some of the highlights.