Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Correction and a Banana

Langdon wrote to let me know that I need to add one small correction to my previous post: The space where the Langdon is showing is "actually the Kantor/Feuer window, which is not a direct extension of Zach Feuer's solo project gallery (even though he's the boss of all of it)."

I have no idea who these Kantor/Feuer people are and if I were them I'd want to be associated w/ Ms. Graves but hey-- what do I know? Gee real estate in NY must be pretty expensive...

The Langdon did send along some pics of her window:

In other news, I went to a great lecture by the Guerrilla Girls last night at Longwood. Despite founding member Frida Kahlo saying "bitch" a million times and scaring some of my unbelievably pure students, I think a good time was had by all and we definitely learned a few things.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Kate MacDonnell, Migrating (2006)

I'd be remiss to not mention, brag or announce that two very good people, friends and artists have openings this weekend. First up, Kate MacDonnell, fellow SAMETIME7:15-er, neighborhood high-school friend, incredibly thoughtful, astute, talented, and compassionate human being is having an opening at Civilian Art Projects in Washington, DC tomorrow night. Kim and I will be there, hope you are too.

Civilian Art Projects
406 7th Street NW Washington, DC 20004-2260
March 21-April 26

The amazing, enviable, and recent SAMETIME7:15 star Langdon Graves' opening is actually happening as I write this so this won't do much to get you to the opening but you can go check out her work 24 hours a day for the next month. She's showing in the window space at Zach Feurer Gallery. I don't know about Langdon but I love my work to be able to be seen as people are driving by...

259 10th Ave. Btwn W25 and 26 Sts
March 20-April 22

My mom's maiden name is Sturniolo which is a name akin to the word Starling in Italian. Indeed they/we are a chatty bunch...