I’m more than happy to announce that Be Nice Art Friends is back in business. Thanks friends for your patience through all the technical difficulties, and thanks friends who helped to get us back on track! 🙂
Today you get a little bit of everything to get things rolling! First, some music!
Tuesday tunes on Wednesday:
A lot of great things happening over at GENTLEMAN’S GAME!
They have a new limited series out right now so get them while they are hot!
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Join Field Projects on Wednesday February 5th for the New York launch of Christopher Rodriguez’s book, “Sublime Cultivation”. The event will be running from 6 – 8 pm.
526 w.26 street #807
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Watch these two handsome studs rock the clock at Remix at tomorrow, January 30th at 8 pm! The more the merrier, and the more the more tunes we get to enjoy! 😉
27 Park Place
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Sea Slug : Elysia chlorotica
They look leafy and there’s good reason! These little guys perform a cool trick called kleptoplasty. They utilize the chloroplasts from the algae they eat by absorbing them into their outer membrane. They can then collect the energy of the sun as a source of food…
yeah I know!
Thank you for coming by, and look forward to more updates and news!
Best Wishes and a Happy 2014!,
Join Working Class Gallery as they introduce the works of Brooklyn based artist Ryan Michael Commins at their first ever event at Deluxe Salon in Williamsburg.
October 19, 2013 : Saturday
7:00pm – 10:00pm
211 N. 4th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Had the pleasure of seeing Baba Yaga perform at Good Bye Blue Monday in Brooklyn this passed Friday. These guys can really rock out, bring the funk…and rock your socks off, out the door, and down the block! If you haven’t heard them perform, your missing out. Like them on facebook for more information about upcoming performances and other releases here… BABA YAGA
Happy Sunday folks!
FREEDOM TO LIVE
Opening reception: January 9, 2013 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Address: 220 36th street, suite B-515, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Two blocks from the 36th street N,R, and D trains (second stop in Brooklyn)
“Freedom to Live” proposes a parallel journey by drawing from current cultural oracles of video games, genetic engineering, evolutionary anomalies, and sci-fi to present an array of monsters and hybrids. These depictions raise questions about the possibility of a contemporary hero as interpreted by the art world. “Freedom to Live” will combine the 8-bit pixilated terrain of early video games and mythologist Joseph Campbell’s illustration of the hero’s journey into a “game board” on the gallery walls. While Meuler and Karwacki aim to recontextualize this journey through collaborative works, the viewer is also encouraged to develop his or her own hero’s path.
We hope to see you there, adventure awaits you!
For all of you who are not in the NYC area or can’t make it out, stay tuned. We will be posting (via instagram, facebook [Rachel Meuler & Art Connects New York], and twitter) live feed from the event. All works for sale ranging from 25 to 1500 dollars.
p.s. During our live feed we will be releasing images of a limited edition of 25 collaborative pieces, each 4 x 5 inches at 50 dollars a piece. These select pieces will be available online as well as in the gallery so stake your claim and grab a piece of the adventure!