A DOWNWARD SILENCE
HEARD BELOW A GRADUAL FLOW
WHAT MERCY IS FOUND IN VEIN PROMISES
A GRADUAL MOMENT TRIGERS THE FALL
A SCENE BLOODY WITH WARS BLACK AS COAL
A SINGLE SOUND…Continue
Added by Mercado on August 31, 2011 at 10:30pm — No Comments
(Please be aware that this Podcast Contains strong language)
In episode 60 of Janey Godley’s podcast the chatty duo take on Wotton Bassett and their thoughts on grief tourism; they debate the real issues behind propaganda and the war. Ashley gives us some creepy real life facts of strange couples and Janey name drops Bill Murray and explains her special dance moves.
The comedy duo discusses their favourite moments of Celeb Big Brother and…Continue
Added by Janey_Godley on August 31, 2011 at 6:20pm — No Comments
On TV as a kid I thought they existed until an adult showed me thaT television is real but not Unicorns
and that God was real but not Unicorns
war was real but not Unicorns
Rape was real but not Unicorns
Murder was real but nOt Unicorns
Sexual abuse was real but not…Continue
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Sandy Litchfield conflates imagery of urban scenery with natural landscapes, working with cutouts and collaged compositions to supplement her paintings. Sandy has an MFA from the University of Massachusetts and is an alumnus of the Skowhegan residency program. She divides her time between NYC and Massachusetts.Continue
Added by Brooklyn Art Space on August 30, 2011 at 1:46pm — No Comments
Info as well at http://ny.galeriazero.info * As many artists are on holiday and others preparing their works, the
info about the works is not yet available. Hope to send this all soon.
A press release
"Meeting in Brooklyn"
With this exhibition we propose a meeting of artists from different origin and a meeting specially with the public of New York. We have made a selection out of many…Continue
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I lay on the floor and think of
the past and
doubt my place
in the present and
wish that there were
answers written in
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SUGAR brings together various artists dealing with both the literal and figurative implications of the idea of sweetness: its potential for pure goodness, a saccharine cloying, or insidious evil. Each work in SUGAR manifests a variously shifting dialectic between the sweet and the rotten. …Continue
Added by Brooklyn Art Space on August 29, 2011 at 12:36pm — No Comments
Just back from London and I have to say I love the Soho Theatre more than ever, now it has moved downstairs to the cabaret space. I did miss Edinburgh Fringe which I unexpectedly fell in love with all over again by NOT doing a one woman show. I am sure I have bored you all about my happy time at Edinburgh.
London was buzzing last week and I did miss all my comedy buddies and the vibe of the fringe, but I do also adore Soho and its unique blend of madness. I saw my favourite…Continue
Added by Janey_Godley on August 28, 2011 at 6:50pm — No Comments
In the heart of Beirut, "Chance"... for Change... for Hope!
It was Jean Fares Couture "White Soul" gown, worn by the celebrity Paris Hilton in Cannes, at "Chance", Beirut. An event dedicated to support Children with Cancer and to help them continue their treatment with a smile!
Committed to its Corporate Social…
Added by Norma Fares on August 27, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments
CAN TRUTH BEEN SEEN ON A SIMPLE PHRASE
CAN LIGHT REFINE IMPERFECTIONS
WHAT ARGUMENTS ARE DISCUSSED IN THE MELODIES OF MEN
CAN THE SOUL CHANGE THE VoLUME DRAWN FROM THE SOURCE OF THE ANIMAL
IS THERE A POSSIBLE APPEARANCE THAT URGES THE STARS TO DEVOTE…Continue
Added by Mercado on August 26, 2011 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Yep, been about a month since I blogged and am blaming the Edinburgh fringe. I know! I didn’t even do a show this year, for the first time since 2002 I never actually put on a comedy show, I merely hung out and boy was I surprised. Firstly, I never realised how many people I dislike and can avoid easily and cannot believe how many people I now love and made new friends with. I had more productive meetings, castings and gigs NOT doing a fringe!
I got to hang out with Steve O…Continue
Added by Janey_Godley on August 26, 2011 at 4:09am — No Comments
CALL FOR ART: 50/50 (DEADLINE October 10th, 5pm)
Proceeds of any given piece exceeding the 100 dollars will be split 50/50 between the artist and B.A.G. to be used in the upgrading of our facilities, hosting community programs and lectures, and offering discounted studio space to artists in our residency programs.
If you are interested in donating your artwork, please email up to three images of your artwork to:…Continue
Added by Brooklyn Art Space on August 25, 2011 at 3:20pm — No Comments
(Please be aware that this Podcast Contains strong language)
In episode 59 of Janey Godley’s Podcast the Mother is away so the daughter can play. While Janey performs at the Soho theatre in London Ashley introduces two of her best friends, Victoria and Bobby, to Podcasting and what ensues is probably one of the most disgusting moments in this podcast’s history.
Urban legends are dissected while the possibility of mind reading through…Continue
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The Intersection Of Then And Now. A Series. #5
This is the fifth painting in a new series that resurrects forgotten, old photos and brings them back to life with painting. These photos are of complete strangers…Continue
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This is a triology of poems on the German philosopher Martin Heidegger from Meßkirch who was the Rector of the University of Freiburg during the Third Reich but was lated rehabilitated.Satish Shroff brings to you his thoughts during these historical days in his three poems..
Added by Satis Shroff on August 21, 2011 at 1:39pm — No Comments
“Introductions” Call for Art
Brooklyn, NY, [8/18] – You’ve just graduated from art school. You have your degree. Now you want to get your work shown in a gallery. Here is your chance.
BAG is looking for art school grads and giving them a chance to show their work in our gallery space, along with our recent graduate residents. Applications are now being accepted until November 14th. The show will be up December 17th, 2011 through January 3rd 2012, as a way…Continue
Added by Brooklyn Art Space on August 19, 2011 at 1:34pm — No Comments
The Intersection Of Then And Now. A Series. #4
This is the fourth painting in a new series that resurrects forgotten, old photos and brings them back to life with painting. These photos are of complete strangers…Continue
Added by KEEMO on August 19, 2011 at 1:31pm — No Comments