PETER KAYAFAS: TOTEMS @SASHA WOLF.
Opens Wens May 25th 6-9pm.
Stephanie Bernheim: Palm Project @ A.I.R. GALLERY
May 25 – June 19, 2011
Opening Reception: May 26, 6-8 pm
Read Bernheim’s Press Release
Craft Night: Learn How to Make Your Own Terrarium on May 26 @ CITY RELIQUARY.
Craft Night returns to the City Reliquary on May 26. This Craft Night, Anna Grant will be teaching us how to make terrariums. For $5 you will be supplied with a plant, as well as materials to decorate your terrarium. Just be sure to bring your own glass container. And because it is the month of Bicycle Celebrations and Bicycle awesomeness, we will have tiny bicycles.
We’re asking five dollars for crafting supplies. Terrarium-ing will commence at 7pm and will run until 10pm. See you there!
ESP TV 3 Screening Party
Screening party at K &M Bar, 225 N 8th St., Brooklyn NY, 8-11PM
Episode #3 of ESP TV airs Wednesday, May 25th on at 9:30 on channel 57 (Time Warner) / 84 (RCN) / Manhattan Neighborhood Network 3.
Featuring performances by:
Dana Bell’s “A DELICATE BALANCE” w/ Meg Clixby, Kerry Davis and Leah Retherford w/ drumming by Jon Lockie (Sightings)
with videos by: Jordan Levine, Meredith James and Rachel Mason, Aaron Nemec, Jason Underhill, Team Louis V E.S.P. and more!
With your host Sam Mickens (Sam Mickens Ecstatic Showband Revue, The Dead Science, Xiu Xiu)
Alexander Gray Associates is pleased to present the gallery’s second exhibition with the Brazilian artist, Regina Silveira. Since the 1960s, Silveira’s work has defied genre, moving between forms of installation, printmaking, sculpture and photography to explore visual distortion, perspective and scale.
For her exhibition at the gallery, Silveira presents her signature vinyl-decal mural-installations. The main installation, from her celebrated series, Desaparencia, depicts black and white diagrams of artists’ ateliers, graphically suggesting the ghosts of easels, tables, palettes, and other tools of the artist’s studio. In its iteration at Alexander Gray Associates, Silveira’s installation suggests the disappearance of traditional studio practice and location, as well as expectations of creation and alchemy that surround artistic mythology.
JAMES DAVIS @ RARE.
May 26 – June 23