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Dear Rabbit fans, We are finally closing our Animation series this week!
For the finale Rabbit is screening ROBOT CARNIVAL, a unique collection of Japanese short animations by artists considered the rising stars of anime in the late 80s. This rare and wondrous compilation was a high-budget project centered around the themes of robots, electronic music and incredibly intricate artwork.
Bring all your friends! Bring all the booze you can! come cozy up in the couches... and it's FREE!
No Animation series could be complete without a good screening of japanese anime. Here you are Rabbit fans, a classic from the East, Katsuhiro Otomo's AKIRA, the post-apocalyptic sci-fi manga masterpiece!!
Bring the beers, bring your beautiful faces and those of your friends for a warm night!
We’re really pumped to feature the following 10 artists, creating diverse works across the genres of painting, drawing, sculpture and video, culled from a pool of applicants in our seasonal open calls. These submission-based shows are consistently surprising and introduce us to artists we likely would not have met otherwise, and we discovered some very special works to show you this Thursday evening.
VIKA ADUTOVA / AL BAIO / ANDREW BOVASSO / MARCY CRUTHIRDS / SARAH KELLY / EUN GYEONG KO / DAVE RITTINGER / JOHN PAUL MORABITO / MEL XILOJ / ARIN YOON
This week at rabbit, we are continuing our animation series with a special set of short animations by various Russian and Czech directors. With work dating from the 60s up till the 80s most of them were made public only after the cold war. To name a few we will be screening work by Andrei Khrzhanovskiy, Fedor Khitruk, Yuri Noshteyn, Jan Svankmajer... and more.
Hope you can join us for this insightful look into the Soviet avant-garde cinematic artistry! As always it is a FREE event open for everyone! Bring all the drinks you want!
note: the event starts at 8pm but the screening usually starts