January 2009 Archives


Large poster of Hindenburg during the first ballot of the Reich presidential election, March 13, 1932

I am really enjoying looking through the images provided by the German Federal Archives to Wikimedia Commons. Look at that building! We can barely get anything that modern in New York in 2009!

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louise fishman angry bertha

Louise Fishman, Angry Bertha, 1973, acrylic on paper, 26.5 × 40.25 inches

Next weekend, the Chelsea Symphony (we think they're awesome) is honoring artist Louise Fishman for her 70th birthday. The program includes a new work by Aaron Dai based on a text by poet and former presidential candidate Eileen Myles inspired by Louise's "Angry Paintings".

[photo by James Wagner]



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You've read about Andy's work on both of our blogs, so now is your chance to see the paintings in person.

English Kills Art Gallery (Bushwick)
January 10 - February 15, 2009
Opening: Saturday, January 10, 6 - 9PM

Pocket Utopia, not far from there, also has an opening.

[image from gallery web site]

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Judith Bernstein at Dinter Fine Art


Judith Bernstein
11 × 14 inches, 2008
charcoal on paper, 11 × 14 inches

This was my favorite image from the sexy show How To Cook A Wolf: Part One at Dinter Fine Art. I'm embarassed to say I didn't really know Judith Bernstein's work before, but now I will watch for her! Check out her entry in the Brooklyn Museum's Feminist Art Base.


This looks like a great weekend of performance, curated by Chase Granoff and Chris Peck:

LAPS: Live Sh-- Alternative Presenter Fair

Saturday January 10 6-10pm & Sunday January 11 4-8pm

FREE admission, homemade chocolate chip cookies and cheap drinks!

The Chocolate Factory Basement
5-49 49th Avenue
L.I.C., NY 11101

Live Sh-- invites a number of independent presenters (including performance series, record labels, galleries, and collectives) to share video and documentation from their associated artists in a casual fair format. The event will include informal discussions with presenters from around the country, including institutionally-affiliated guests. LAPS is a direct response and alternative to APAP (Association of Performing Arts Presenters).

LAPS will likely include the following:

Ana Keilson / the zine
Chocolate Factory
Daghdha Dance Company
EkS Scena
Evolving Ear
International Festival
itch journal
Lucky Trimmer / Clint Lutes
MGM Grand
Outpost for Contemporary Art
Show Box
and more...

[photo courtesy of Live Sh--]

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