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Friday, April 1: Svetlana Jovanovic's WAITING

on Mon, 03/07/2016 - 16:45

Image Credit: Svetlana Jovanovic. Letting Go. 2015. C­print. 20x30 inches

Brooklyn, NY – ​Svetlana Jovanovic, an international photographer renown for her psychological and uncanny interpretation of female identity, will participate in a one­night photography exhibition curated by The Espejo Organization for the Arts in Brooklyn. A celebrated Serbian­Dutch photographer who has worked with the United Nations and completed art projects around the world, Svetlana Jovanovic has been published by Vogue Italia, New York Arts Magazine, Beautiful Decay and many other art publications.

Saturday, March 26: Marking Time, Shifting Space by Victoria Manganiello

on Mon, 03/07/2016 - 15:45

Marking Time, Shifting Space: New Work by Victoria Manganiello

Curated by Audra Lambert

“Only through our awareness of change and the possibility of loss can something like awareness of cultural heritage grow up. So there is no cultural heritage without the non-place.” 
Pascal Gielen, The Murmuring of the Artistic Multitude 

Marking Time, Shifting Space consists of (1) large scale installation and (8) woven paintings indicating an evolution in recent work by artist, Victoria Manganiello (b.1989). Referencing the manual presence the artist exerts throughout the hands-on process of weaving

Friday, March 25: Congressional District Voodoo

on Mon, 03/07/2016 - 15:23

Congressional District Voodoo

Friday March 25th at 8pm 
Donations welcome at the door

Sugarlife brings you a one-night only participatory ceremony/performance using musical narrative as Voodoo, providing a gateway into the frozen hearts and deadened minds of our elected representatives.

The evening will involve a singalong and skewering of life-size effigies of a select few despicable elected officials.
Sugarlife is a New York based Franco/American/Japanese oddball performance group.