OUT FOR PRIDE:
DANCE ON THE PIER 23
SUSANNE BARTSCH & KENNY KENNY
invite you to
I DO / I AMSTERDAM
a wedding extravaganza
master of ceremonies : MICHAEL MUSTO
SUNDAY JUNE 28. 2009
10:00 PM - until
COMP COCKTAILS 10 - 11:00
VANDAM VODKA SPECIAL ALL NIGHT (VODKA W. MIXER OF YOUR CHOICE )
DJ: JOHNNY DYNELL
SHOW: BRIDES & GROOMS ARE US
BEST BRIDE or GROOM PRIZE $ 150 & A BOTTLE
special performance by: TIGGER!
EVERGREENS: DIRTY MARTINI, AJOSHUA, CHUCK ATTIX, LAVINIA & BRANDON
DOWNSTAIRS: DESI MONSTER & LADYFAG
EARLY DISCO DJ SET: SAINT BUCK
150 VARICK ST @ VANDAM
CLIMAXXX: They Gay Pride Closing Party with Junior, Ruben and Razor & Guido! Monday morning @ Mr. Black!
7 DEADLY SINS: PRIDE
THE KIKI TWINS will premiere their video for GEOMETRY IN MOTION followed by a live performance.
For all that are unable to come, the video will be uploaded on our facebook and youtube pages soon.
The PRIDE edition of this massive monthly dance party series celebrating each of the 7 DEADLY SINS is here!
Hosted by Naked Boy News J.Son with music by DJ Drew G, hot go-go boys, and live performances by She-Dick and The Kiki Twins.
Join us as 7 DEADLY SINS celebrates what is surely the most loathsome sin of all: PRIDE. $1 cocktails until midnight. 21+only. Cover:$15
17 Irving Place at 15th Street
THE HOUSE OF FIELD INVITES YOU TO OUR JUNE 26 BOAT PARTY !!!
THIS WILL BE A FANTASTIC VOYAGE WITH A LIVE HAIR SHOW AND SPECIAL PERFORMANCES.
THREE LEVELS OF FUN ON THE 'QUEEN OF HEARTS"
YOUR DJ'S MICHAEL MAGNAN AND MATHEOS
OFFICIAL AFTER PARTY AT MR.BLACK (FREE ADMISSION FOR VOYAGE PASSENGERS ONLY !)
LIMITED TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE STORE OR ON THE WEBSITE.
PATRICIA FIELD 302 BOWERY, NEW YORK, NY 10012, 212-966-4066
Herman Bas: New large-scale paintings by the 31-year-old subject of a Brooklyn Museum retrospective. These paintings are larger and more epic than many of his earlier portrait paintings. Highlight: the sprawling, gothic Ubu Roi, based on the absurdist theater of Alfred Jarry, with a few Hans Christian Andersen references strewn here and there.NYMAG
At Lehmann Maupin Gallery 201 Christie St. NYC Thru 7/10
Wednesday, June 24th, 2009 10pm-4am
REDness & Ejoe present
Soulgasm NYC @ Sin Sin 85 2nd Ave. NYC
w/The Wizard DJ Brian Coxx
The Soulgasm Lounge presents PRIDE
w/DJs Nita & Gant (Tubway, Mr. Blacks)
Three Charles Ray installations, each created in the late eighties and new to New York, and all brilliant examples of post-minimalist/conceptual sculpture. NYMAG
At Matthew Marks Gallery
523 W.24 th ST. NYC Thru 6/27
It's hard to believe, but
is Fabulous at FOUR years old,
and we are saying goodbye!!!!!
Our Momentus Birthday Extravaganza,
and FAREWELL FETE
Thursday, June 18th,
at Happy Ending.
It is going to be gigantous!
Come kiss goodbye your two resident Mp3j's:
"TELFAR" and "TIMMY D"
bringing you superfun party jams for more than 4 years.
FREE BIRTHDAY TREATS AND TOAST AT 1 AM!!
2-4-1 wells and beer from 11-12,
and drink tickets all over the place!
@ 320 Broome Street NYC
This witchy artist coaxes dudes to perform strangely provocative rituals on camera, gives others pinups of herself to fondle, and lies on the floor of disheveled rooms, murmuring seductive come-ons. (She also talks young women out of their clothes).NYMAG
At Leslie Tonkonow Gallery 535 West .22nd Street NYC Thru 7/24
As part of Los Angeles-based gallery LAXART's LAPD (LA Public Domain) series, subtitled "Artistic and Curatorial Interventions in Experimental Contexts," curator Lauri Firstenberg offers East Coasters a look at a new series of paintings by Thomas Lawson. As Dean of the School of Art at Cal Arts, Lawson encounters — and employs — a range of media beyond painting in the pursuit of his emotionally and politically charged projects. In New World, however, the focus remains on paint, as Lawson uses his unique style of rough-hewn, pattern-based imagery influenced by illustration, photojournalism, and commercial tropes that illuminate darker aspects of pop culture.
– Shana Nys Dambrot FLAVORPILL
Thru July 26 @ Partecipant Inc. 253 East Houston Street NYC
J Henry Fair at Gray Krauss LLP 207 W.25th St. NYC Thru 6/27
The photographer J Henry Fair seeks out beauty in the worst places on Earth. His aerial photographs of strip-mined mountains and similarly devastated slices of the environment (like Cover-up, from 2005) turn poisoned places into real-life Rothkos. Implausibly, they’re being shown not at a gallery but at a Chelsea law firm, Gray Krauss LLP, that’s inaugurating an exhibition series of its own (NYMAG)
Marilyn Minter Green Pink Caviar: New photo-realistic paintings and painterly photographs by the queen of carnal art that renders beauty grotesque and vice versa. The painting Pop Rock is Minter’s largest work yet: In it, models “paint” with their tongues, pushing and slurping on candy as Minter photographs them through glass.(NYMAG)
At Salon 94 Freemans Gallery 1 Freeman Alley, NYC Thru 6/13
Slava Mogutin is a New York-based Russian author and artist who works across different mediums, including photography, video, text, installation, sculpture and painting.Slava Mogutin is an artist whose work has emerged from a confluence of cultures and histories and conjuring volatile erotic phenomena from these clashing orders of representation.
Gucci announces its support for HOME, the film environment, unique in its genre, directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, produced by Luc Besson and sponsored by the group PPR, whose Gucci brand is a part.
In homage to the film, Frida Giannini, Creative Director of Gucci, has
designed a T-shirt in limited special edition that will be sold in
select Gucci stores worldwide. Frida has designed the T-shirt
using 100% organic cotton, natural dyes and packaging
recyclable. Available at the Gucci stores in NYC on Madison and 5th Avenue
Jonathan Monk at Casey Kaplan Gallery 525 West 21 Street NYC Thru 6/30
SPUNK (Art) MAGAZINE:
Spunk is a 5.5 inch by 8.5 inch, black and white, self-cover, gay-ish art journal. It features original artwork and memoir-style writings revolving around the arts.
Our City Dreams by Chiara Clemente
The director follow five recounts famous artiste who have chosen
New York City as a place of their work: Swoon, Ghada Amer, Kiki
Smith, Marina Abramovic, Nancy Spero. The island of Manhattan is the point
for the physical and mental journeys of the five protagonists who
speak of their work and themselves in a movie
manages not only to grasp the extraordinary nature of their lives, but also to
to reflect on the power of human art in the relationship with a place.
Last night at The Standard Hotel in New York City, there was the official presentation of the new book from "table", produced by Visionaire 56 Solar in collaboration with Calvin Klein Collection. Inside black and white photos, taken by top photographers: Mario Sorrenti, Ugo Rondinone, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Richard Burbridge, David Sims, Yoko Ono ... etc, etc ... The Visionaire Volume 56 Solar, in special edition of only 3000 copies, has the peculiarity that the photos in black and white, exposed to UV rays of the sun, and transform images in vivid colors on. The book will be sold at $ 250, up to exhaustion.
THIS A WEB OPENING ! ON JUNE 1ST LOG ONTO www.gramercygallery.net to see the presentation of 20 pc illustrations of GO MISHIMA. You don't have to be physically in NEW YORK.
Thanks to Martin Spero.