Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Just a little reminder that Meghan LeBorious
will be at Mixed Greens tomorrow night for a Closing Performance
of Emptiness & Its Implications
Meghan LeBorious @ Mixed Greens
Thursday, March 22nd
We'll see you there.
TAGS: performance / windows
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Mixed Greens is pleased to announce that in conjunction with her window drawing installation Emptiness & Its Implications
, Meghan LeBorious
, will enact a closing performance
utilizing salt, chandelier crystals and light.
The performance will take place only on Thursday, March 22nd, from 7-8pm.
Download a press release
for the window installation here
Please contact me (courtney[at]mixedgreens[dot]com) with any questions regarding the event. Hope to see you there!
TAGS: performance / window
Thursday, February 03, 2011
As promised, the info for the Flick Football Tournament
, featuring Team Captain Mark Mulroney
, will commence this Friday at Partners & Spade
Word is out, thanks to Daily Candy
Put those seventh grade tabletop skills to use during artist Mark Mulroney’s pint-size, pre-Super Bowl gathering.
Take a break from playing to admire relics of paper seasons past. (We’re impressed by the Billy Graham-inspired “Flick Thee Satan Back to Hell” record.)
Fri., 6-9 p.m.
Partners & Spade, 40 Great Jones St., b/t Bowery & Lafayette St. (646-861-2827). Admission is free. To sign up, e-mail email@example.com.
TAGS: event / mixedgreensartists / performance
Monday, October 25, 2010
The three year lawsuit between Joe Simon and the Andy Warhol Foundation
and its Authentication Board is over
. I find this story very upsetting for two reasons: 1. Mr. Simon certainly presented an awful lot of material that supported the validity of his claim, and 2. I think there should be more attention given to the fact that Authentication Boards often operate with what might be considered a great conflict of interest: it's not uncommon for these board members to in fact be collectors of that same artist's art work, and as an "authenticator" they also control the artist's market (and therefore value). Hmm...
Eau de Cat Pee?? Kiki Smith's new perfume
Laura Hoptman is back at MoMA
for this flattering feature