DADDY’s for sale at the AMP pop-up shop!!
Curated by Kim Light, Nayla Hadchiti, Maya Karanouh, Hannah Algee
Kim Light / Lightbox
300 East 57th Street, #14F
New York, NY 10022
Monday, December 14, 2009, 6-9pm (one night only)
The first full length trailer for Bruce LaBruce’s upcoming film L.A. Zombie starring Francois Sagat, including music by France De Griessen.
Daddy, THE SHOP will open in Berlin very soon!
Location: 26, Schlesische Strasse Berlin 10997, next to Peres Projects Berlin (Gallery 2)
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 11-6 pm
For Sale: DADDY Magazines and Peres Projects Publications and many, many more things.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
some of yoo, yoo ask photos opera i did in paris last week
so here is some foo yoo, from act 1, which debuted in the gallery and throughout different venues in paris
act 8 debuts in galerie thaddaeus ropac oct 22nd at 8pm if yoo bee in paris then too
tank yoo and i sea
ps. i also added extra photos of my parents who were in this opera because they used to act in chinese opera company in beijing long ago
Like all good artistically inspired projects, Rainoff developed organically. Decisions made over pints at the local grew into an independent publishing and distribution house with an impressive roster of local artists and international publications.
Rainoff publish books filled photographic works by local artists Sam Ash and Samuel Hodge. Labours of love they spend hours curating, compiling and presenting to the world at large. They distribute the oblique Daddy magazine and the recently launched, much heralded Mountain Fold Music Journal. They open curated bookshops, give them eponymous names, only to close them again two weeks later. That was always the plan, you see? There will be more, they assure us.
Printed Matter’s New York Art Book Fair
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, Queens, New York
Project Room Second Floor
October 2 - 4, 2009
Peres Projects and Daddy The Magazine are pleased to present a special project room featuring artist’s publications and editions by Terence KOH, Bruce LaBruce, Dash SNOW, and much more.
We thought it would be important and helpful to have an open memorial exhibition for Dash’s community in New York City. We are asking Dash’s community of friends to participate in an exhibition that would include photographs or video of Dash; works of art made for Dash or in memory of him; a small group of works by Dash in various media (just for exhibition); and an open wall where friends or admirers from the general public could write, paint, or paste something up on the wall. The outside of the gallery will feature a large recreation by his friends of his tag.
We anticipate opening to the public as early as Tuesday, July 21 at the 76 Grand Street gallery of Deitch Projects. The show would remain on view through mid-August. If you would like to participate in this exhibition by lending or creating artworks, please contact Kathy Grayson at Deitch Projects: 212 343 7300, email@example.com. We ask artists/friends who want to participate to bring artworks by the gallery beginning this Saturday, July 18th through Monday July 20th to begin installation that Tuesday. Artists are welcome to bring additional works anytime, however, that can be installed during the run of the show as well. All are welcome. Please pass this on to people you think would like to know about it.
Peres Projects is devastated by the news of Dash Snow’s most untimely passing and extends deepest condolences to all who had the privilege of knowing him. Dash was the gentlest of souls and one of the most sensitive artists of his time. He found beauty where most would not know to look. We are forever grateful for all that Dash leaves behind, both in the body of artwork he created and of course also in the extraordinary family he so dearly loved. We will treasure his life always.
Please extend all wishes to:
c/o Peres Projects Los Angeles
2766 S. La Cienega Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CA 90034
c/o Peres Projects Berlin
Schlesische Str. 26
10997 Berlin Germany
is proud to announce
Our new publication Pretty Telling I Suppose by Samuel Hodge is now available!
The book is 72 pages, hardcover, cloth bound, foil stamped, full colour offset and features a foreword by Gert Jonkers.
We will be holding a celebration in honour of this publication on Wednesday July 1st, 2009.
This will also be the inauguration of our ‘Curated Temporary Bookstore’.
The store will be open for two weeks and feature titles from selected Australian and International publishers.
It is located at 25/114 Burton Street, Darlinghurst.
ELEVATOR TO THE GALLOWS
Julieta Aranda, Tjorg Douglas Beer, Tobias Bernstrup, Marc Bijl, Monica Bonvicini, Nin Brudermann, Erró, Arfus Greenwood, Gregor Hildebrandt, Christian Jankowski, Terence Koh, April Elizabeth Lamm, Annika Larsson, Sara Lunden, Josephine Meckseper, Klaus Mettig, Olaf Metzel, Christopher Miner, Eric B. Mitchell, Katharina Sieverding, Orson Sieverding, Pola Sieverding, Franz Stauffenberg, Costa Vece, Thomas Schütte, Agathe Snow and others
The installation ELEVATOR TO THE GALLOWS is positioned in the freight elevator of the building.
The Elevator will be turned into an installation, a mix between KOROVA MILKBAR, MERZBAU, Daniel Spoerri`s TOPOGRAPHY OF CHANCE and Louis Malle`s ELEVATOR TO THE GALLOWS.
Twenty people at a time can experience a 10 to 15 minutes fake-ride with the elevator.
The artists have developed works for the elevator.
All works are numbered.
A small brochure features all works.
Reference: Daniel Spoerri`s Topography of Chance is based on numbered leftovers on a breakfast table in Spoerri`s hotel room one morning in Paris. He creates a story by putting together anecdotes about the people behind the things having been left on the table. The story turns around the everyday life poetic in the banal little stories and shows the relation between Daniel Spoerri, Emmett Williams, Dieter Roth and Robert Filliou.
One could call it a monument to the beauty of simplicity, true poetry and friendship.
Terence Koh will be playing records between the rides between 7 pm and 8 pm on the evening of the 23c of june.
548 West 22nd Street,
New York, NY 10010