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NEW YORK – Boris Brenman's solo exhibition, FACE/OFF opens at Rabbithole Projects in Brooklyn on September 28, 2012 as part of the Dumbo Arts Festival. Brenman’s enigmatic but powerful paintings merge fictional narratives and the possibility of an alternate universe with a brazen honesty in portraiture.
The works in FACE/OFF reveal a satirical, no-holds-barred approach, whether it is a humorous glorification of Russian President Vladimir
Linton Smith and Devin Starks: the young jazz duo swept us away as they performed alongside Larry Jordan's animated master experimental work from a set of shorts dating from the 50s till the 80s. And then Peter Greenaway followed... zebras, amputees, siamese twins, time lapses of animal decomposition... the usual good stuff..
This July Rabbit Movie Night will be screening the strangely beautiful "A Zed and Two Noughts" by controversial British director Peter Greenaway, opened by the "The Smith/Sternberg Duo".
THE SMITH/STERNBERG DUO
consists of Linton Smith and Joanna Sternberg. Smith is a trumpeter from New Orleans and Sternberg is a bassist hailing from New York. The group plays jazz music and has been playing together for a year now.
A ZED AND TWO NOUGHTS
Peter Greenaway's 1985 film is a multi-layered satire playing with the idea of ZOOs, siamese symmetry, Darwin's evolution and
Rabbithole Gallery is pleased to present BEARING WITNESS, an exhibition by artist Ivania Guerrero.
ARTIST. SCULPTOR. Ivania Guerrero was born in Nicaragua in 1978. At the age of five she, along with her mother and siblings, migrated through the dangerous Mexican-US border to Miami. Her work is inspired by childhood fears of war from a 1979 Nicaraguan uprising that forced her father to flee from political persecution and live in exile in the U.S.