Tuesday, June 26, 2012
June 28 – August 3, 2012
Opening Reception Thursday, June 28, 6 – 8pm — numberthirtyfive gallery
141 Attorney Street (between Stanton and Rivington), New York
Culturehall 4th birthday after party — 151
151 Rivington Street, (between Suffolk and Clinton), New York
This summer, Culturehall is pleased to join numberthirtyfive gallery in New York to present Hidden in Plain Sight, an exhibition presenting the work of Jon Bocksel, Joy Drury Cox, Stephanie Prussin, and Elliott Wright. Curated by David Andrew Frey, the selected artworks explore foundational systems that shape the everyday but which largely remain invisible through ubiquitousness.
Artists participating in the exhibition are featured members of Culturehall, an online resource for contemporary art. Additional images and information regarding the artists are available online through their Culturehall portfolios.
Numberthirtyfive is located at 141 Attorney Street between Stanton and Rivington on the Lower East Side in New York City. Summer gallery hours are Tuesday - Friday, 12 - 6 pm and by appointment. Please contact Brad Silk or Cindy Rucker at 212.388.9311 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Friday, June 22, 2012
Girls Who Smoke, a short film directed and co-produced by Tawny Foskett, screens on Sunday, June 24th and Thursday, June 28th at The Picture House in Pelham, NY. Filmed on location in Asbury Park, the film is adapted from Jenifer Hixson's story originally told at The Moth and later on This American Life. According to the director, Girls Who Smoke "has a slice-of-life, realistic feel, and is a simple story; essentially a long walk home by our main character, Jenny, and set against the background of domestic abuse, the working class and small town America."
Most members of the creative team are women, including the award-winning German cinematographer Sanne Kurz, producer Laurie Rud, associate producers Melissa Levins and Tawny Foskett and art director Irina Arnaut.
Kristin Taylor (Jenny) and Loren Lockwood (friend) star as the girls who smoke. From spending the day with her new friend, Jenny learns that her life may not be as bad as she thinks and finds strength within herself to make big changes.
The 15-minute screenings precede the Sunday 6:30pm and Thursday 7:30pm showtimes of feature film Damsels in Distress, also starring female leads.
Monday, June 18, 2012
My review of America through a Chinese Lens, a group exhibition curated by Herb Tam at the Museum of Chinese in America, was published today on ArtSlant. Please see: How Do I Fit Into This?
The exhibition is on view through September 10th.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Culturehall's New Artists Feature, Spring 2012 highlights work by Jesper Norda, Florine Demosthene, Joshua Citarella, and Yoshi Kametani.
The next juried application opens mid-June.