Fan at Chaos in Tejas 2012 photo by Harriet Roberts
Six photographers "who journey where no lens is safe" will showcase their work at HOTSHOTS, a photo show at Dixon Place (161A Chrystie St) that opens on May 2nd and ends a month later. They are BV contributor Harriet Roberts, occasional BV contributor Tod Seelie, Rosalie Knox, Colin Michael Simmons, Walter Wlodarczyk, and Rebecca Smeyne (who has also shot for BV). The free and open-to-the-public opening reception will include live music from The Jennifer Blowdryer Band & Moonshine Shorey with Sean T. Hanratty.The photo show is opening in conjunction with "Dixon Place's show The Talking Band's: The Peripherals, a rock musical opening May 3" More details are below.
The previously mentioned 120dB concert photo exhibition, which moved from a Brooklyn location to Cake Shop features shots from BV contributors Jessica Amaya, Amanda Hatfield, Leia Jospe, Samantha Marble, Gabi Porter, Tear-n Tan, Abbey Braden, Maryanne Ventrice, Devyn Manibo, Diana Wong and Dana (distortion) Yavin is ongoing (hopefully). Flyer below...
The Gallery at Dixon Place presents HOTSHOTS
Opening Reception Wednesday, May 2nd, 9-11pm
Featuring live music by The Jennifer Blowdryer Band & Moonshine Shorey w/ Sean T. Hanratty
161A Chrystie St btw Rivington/Delancey
Dixon Place is pleased to introduce its new in-house exhibition space, The Gallery at Dixon Place. The gallery's inaugural show, HOTSHOTS, opens Wednesday, May 2nd, and features six photographers who journey where no lens is safe to bring you all of the blood, guts and glitter of live rock 'n' roll.
The group exhibition, curated by Jacquelyn Gallo, focuses on the theatrics and spectacle of live performance, and is presented in conjunction with Dixon Place's show The Talking Band's: The Peripherals, a rock musical opening May 3.
Exhibition on view May 2 - June 2, 2012, Mon - Sat 6pm - midnight
For press inquiries contact Jacquelyn Gallo 239.691.5880 email@example.com
Colin Michael Simmons