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Thu May 16th: Screening "Branded to Kill" by Seijun Suzuki

on Tue, 05/07/2013 - 22:36

 

Rabbit movie nights are felling a bit nostalgic, so we are going back to the way we used to do it. This next Thursday May 16th, we're doing a FREE screening BYOB! Bring your favorite drinks and snacks. Just like the old days. Don't miss this!

 

8:00 PM 

BRANDED TO KILL, 1967

is a unique rendering of the Yakuza (gangster) genre, part film noir, part surreal satire, this movie is known for it's rather hard to follow storyline, and avant grade qualities which gained it's place into the Japanese New Wave movement. 

 

The story follows Goro Hanada in his life as a contract killer.

Thu May 2nd: DIEGO MEJIA "Five Nights With Sandy"

on Tue, 04/30/2013 - 17:39

RABBITHOLE PROJECTS is proud to present

"FIVE NIGHTS WITH SANDY"

An Exhibition by DIEGO MEJIA

Curated by Nyahzul

THURS May 2nd Opening Reception 6-10PM

Artist Diego Mejia was born in 1976 in Queens, New York. He and some friends from school started doing graffiti when he was young giving birth to his love of art. As a child, he was constantly doodling on paper, fabrics and walls. At age 15, he moved to Colombia, South America to live with his grandmother.

VIDEO: The Hare Club

on Sat, 04/13/2013 - 21:57

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Thu Apr 11: Rabbit Tales presents IN THE HOLLOW

on Fri, 04/12/2013 - 19:32

Fergus J Walsh, from Hy-Brazal
 
Please join us for 
IN THE HOLLOW
Rabbit Tales: Reading and Salon Series 
Curated by Kate Hill Cantrill

Featuring presentations by 
 
FERGUS J WALSH - claymation video
GERALDINE JOSEPH - reading
CRAIG WEBSTER - short film
ELIZABETH J HILL - artist talk
 

Fergus J Walsh  is a puppet designer, builder and performer from Ireland, currently working in New York City. He creates puppets from many materials, matching the material to the requirements of each particular project. He is currently an artist in residence at the Museum of Arts and Design on Columbus Circle.

Thu Apr 4th: PAOLA NUÑEZ SOLORIO "Serenade For New York"

on Tue, 04/02/2013 - 01:12

RABBITHOLE PROJECTS & MANO A MANO
Mexican Culture Without Borders are proud to present

"SERENADE FOR NEW YORK" An exhibition by PAOLA NUÑEZ SOLORIO

Curated by Nyahzul

THURS April 4th Opening Reception 6-10PM

SPECIAL PERFORMANCES BY

Mariachi Tapatío de Álvaro Paulino
Mariachi Real de México de Ramón Ponce

Paola Núñez Solorio is one of the most dynamic visual artists working today. Immigration, tradition and solitude are some of her recurring themes. Núñez Solorio has the exceptional ability to capture candid moments and expressions that translate these intense emotions through her images.

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