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!
Rob and Adia work on moving a half ton of gravel for Adia's in-process installation. Be sure to visit us this Thursday, Feb. 23rd, at 6pm for the opening of Adia Millett's exhibition, Portraits of An Escape at Mixed Greens.
We're in the midst of installing Adia Millett's exhibition (opening next Thursday, February 23rd! 6pm @ Mixed Greens!). And we're also prepping for the following shows (new work by both Kimberley Hart and Jenna Spevak). Above is a sneak preview into what Jenna's working on for her show.
Join us on the 23rd for the opening of Portraits of An Escape.
The Pit is shouting out to Active Space for their commitment to artists: studio spaces, exhibitions, and all things Bushwick. Be sure to check out their upcoming exhibition, "Sleeping Without Dreaming," new work by Criminy Johnson (a/k/a QRST) opening February 24th (7-10pm)
Sleeping Without Dreaming
@ Active Space [566 Johnson Ave.]
February 24 - April 20, 2012
Tomorrow is your last chance to catch End of Days at Mixed Greens!
Featured Artists: Jessica Cannon, Bonnie Collura, Erin Dunn, Susan Hamburger, Valerie Hegarty, Patrick Jacobs, Brian A. Kavanaugh, Sophia Narrett, Hilary Pecis, Seth Scantlen, Melanie Schiff, and Dana Sherwood
The NYPL has created an entire website, entitled Stereogranimator, devoted to animated gifs made from Stereographs, or twin photographs separated by a distance of mere inches. The purpose behind such a merge is to give the effect of 3-dimensions. But this strikes me as simply seizure-inducing. Thoughts?
Congratulations are due to the VIP Art Fair for a MUCH improved 2nd round at their online venture. The navigation is cleaner, the videos smoother, and while I haven't attempted any chats, I'm guessing that functionality is much improved too. The zoom feature is simply out of control. You can zoom for days.
SHOUT OUT to Limoncello gallery (London) for doing it yet again. They take The Pit award for best booth. Limoncello has presented a seriously witty display. In lieu of artworks, they've presented a series of photographs of artist's studios (seen above). The detail photos help you pick out which of the objects in the fray are actually for sale.