Posted in music | pictures on January 27, 2009

photos by Tim Griffin

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

"On January 27th, 2009, The Lomographic Society is opening a Lomography Gallery Store in New York City (41 W. 8th St, Manhattan). The Store will be the biggest and most exciting international destination for all your Lomographic needs. The New York Store is the newest addition to the other worldwide Lomography Stores in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Paris, Beijing, Seoul, Madrid, Barcelona, Sydney, Santiago de Chile and Vienna.

Located in the bustling, historic Greenwich Village neighbourhood of Manhattan, the Lomography Gallery Store New York will provide the whole range of Lomographic products and services, a wide range of analog photography products, and most exciting of all - the special and limited edition cameras only available at Lomography stores."

To celebrate the opening, a party was held in the store last night (1/26) with special musical guest A Hawk and a Hacksaw. More pictures from the event below...

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

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A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

A Hawk and A Hacksaw

AHAAH's budies Beirut were also playing a show the same night in Brooklyn, as was the violen-playing Andrew Bird over at Music Hall of Williamsburg.

A Hawk and a Hacksaw also recently played a show at Mercury Lounge.

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Comments (2)

wow. nothing but crickets. :)

Posted by Anonymous | January 27, 2009 5:47 PM

I taped their performance. One video is up, another is on the way:
http://vimeo.com/3001874

Posted by Ray | January 29, 2009 4:49 PM

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