TONIGHT: Time & Place

May 21, 2011 ·
Filed under: 11211, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn 

This item comes courtesy of the New York Shitty inbox. This evening Pandemic Gallery in Williamsburg’s very own Southside will be having an opening reception for their latest show: Time & Place. You can get more information (and peruse the roster of artists) by checking out Pandemic’s web site.

Time & Place
May 21, 2011 starting at 7:00 p.m.
Pandemic Gallery
37 Broadway
Brooklyn, New York 11211

Miss Heather

From The New York Shitty Photo Pool: Identity Theft

April 16, 2011 ·
Filed under: 11211, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn 

identity thief installation

This image comes courtesy of Luna Park and is part of a show which opens tonight at 7:00 p.m. at Pandemic Gallery! You can get the full skinny by clicking here.

Miss Heather

FRIDAY: Indentifiable Reality

December 14, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11211, Street Art, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn 

This item comes courtesy of the New York Shitty inbox. This upcoming Friday, December 17, at 7:00 p.m. Veng will be having a reception for his paintings at Pandemic Gallery. Check it out!

Identifiable Reality: works by H. Veng Smith
Opening Reception: December 17, 2010 7:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Pandemic Gallery
37 Broadway
Brooklyn, New York 11211

You can get more information about this event at the Street Spot and watch an interview with Veng via the Brooklyn Street Art’s blog by clicking here.

Miss Heather

FRIDAY: “Sew Draw”

November 10, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11211, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn 

This item comes courtesy of Megan who writes:

Miss Heather,

I attach a press release for our next exhibition.  It promises to be a stunner; both of these artists work at a prestigious gallery in Manhattan, and they should draw an interesting crowd.  We’d love to get the word out to your readers.

Here’s a little information about the featured artists, Richie Lasansky and Allison Read Smith from the aforementioned press release:

Born in La Paz, Bolivia, while his parents were in the peace corps, Lasansky’s interest in drawing and art stems from an age when he could first hold a pencil. His parents being music and dance performers, he traveled around with them, constantly drawing everything he saw. For a while he thought his interest in animals would lead him to a career in science. After graduation from Hebron Academy, he studied biology at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., but upon graduation, moved to Iowa to study printmaking formally with his grandfather – Mauricio Lasansky. He spent eight years in this apprenticeship…

Allison Read Smith was born and raised in Memphis, TN and has lived and worked in NYC for the past twelve years.
Merging Southern storytelling with the more brisk pace of New York she has generated a body of work that uses pedestrian materials, such as newspaper, magazines, postal stamps, cardboard, and rubber. For this exhibition she relies mainly on roofing rubber to generate a cartoonish, malleable dark humor….

You can get (much) more information by pointing and clicking your way over the Pandemic’s web site. Check it out!

Sew Draw
Opening Reception: November 12, 2010 7:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Pandemic Gallery
37 Broadway
Brooklyn, New York 11211

Miss Heather

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