Friday, October 13, 2006

Bloggers Curate Show In Brooklyn

I wish very much that I could make this opening. The two people who curated this show are the kind of glue that hold real artistic comunities together. They have been blogging long before a dumb person like me could do it and consistantly finding and supporting, often unknown artist's. The chances that this show is not worth seeing are less than zero.

the show opens tonight.Here's the dope from James Wagner's blog.

"Dangling Between The Real Thing And The Sign In The Window" finally opens on Friday [see the link to the left for the press release]. I expect so many gazillions of creative, smart, cute people to head for Dam, Stuhltrager that night that Barry and I will have to retreat to the garden for some air, where Susan Dessel's installation will remain through the run of the show inside. Loren Munk's work will be installed in the front room during the same month. If you can't make it on Friday, please stop in later in the weekend, or on any of the next four. The show closes on the 13th of November. After the opening reception the gallery will be open on Fridays from 3 until 8 and Saturdays and Sundays from noon until 6. You can also make an appointment.

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