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From December 6 through 9, Miami Beach, Florida, will host the 11th edition of Art Basel, the most prestigious art show in the Americas. More than 260 leading galleries from North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa will take part, showcasing works by more than 2,000 artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.In addition to the official events of Art Basel in Miami, there are loads of parties going on throughout the city, including a Kurt Cobain tribute at Gusman Center for the Performing Arts on December 6 that includes an appearance by Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore and a 15 minute live dance performance based on the "Smells Like Teen Spirit" video. More info is here.
The exhibiting galleries are among the world's most respected art dealers, offering exceptional pieces by both renowned artists and cutting-edge newcomers. Special exhibition sections feature young galleries, performance art, public art projects and video art. The show will be a vital source for art lovers, allowing them to both discover new developments in contemporary art and experience rare museum-caliber artworks.
Other music artists playing shows during or around Art Basel include Chromatics, Prince Rama, Nicolas Jaar, Purity Ring, Twin Shadow, Brenmar, Animal Collective, Flying Lotus, Dan Deacon, Hundred Waters, ITAL and Jacuzzi Boys. Paper Mag has a pretty good guide to some of it.
If you're going to Miami, we'd like to point out that BrooklynVegan photographer Dana (distortion) Yavin will be showing more than 26 prints of her mostly-BrooklynVegan concert photography (including Morrissey, Iggy Pop, Pearl Jam, Fiona Apple, Snoop Dogg, Madonna and more) in two different galleries, LMNT and OVERTURE, from December 4 - 9. A flyer for the show below has more details.
photos by Amanda Hatfield; words by Bill Pearis
Screaming Females/Hunters/Heliotropes, 92YTribeca, 8/16/2012
BrooklynVegan photo exhibit "480 Pixels" opened last night, Thursday (8/16) at 92YTribeca and we threw a party that went a little beyond your typical box wine opening, with Screaming Females, Hunters and Heliotropes playing. It was truly a memorable -- and seriously rocking -- evening.
This was my first time seeing Heliotropes and Hunters and really liked both. A confident rock band through and through, and with big riffs and close-style harmonies, Heliotropes dip a little into early '90s Seattle but they own it. I'm not sure how much of the crowd knew them before their set, but everyone I talked to was really impressed. Catch Heliotropes again at Rippers in Rockaway Beach on September 2 and when they headline Glasslands on October 2 with Cloud Eater, Grandfather and Fan-Tan.
Hunters, meanwhile, are a little more in punk and post-punk territory with platinum pink haired singer Isabel Almeida a natural frontperson, wailing into the mike while tangling it's cord around her and often writhing on the floor. You can't take your eyes off her. Her personality matched well with the band's in-your-face sonic assault, led by guitarist Derek Watson, that was short, sharp and danceable. And loud.
This all had the crowd primed for the evening's main attraction who did not disappoint. A veteran of BV events, Marissa Paternoster (who also has art displayed as part of our show) is a double barrel threat of serious guitar shredding and a set of pipes that validate the band's name. There was a bit of a pit going for Screaming Females which probably doesn't happen often at the venue, given the evening began with an announcement to please put our cellphones on vibrate. If we hadn't, Screaming Females' sonic attack was shaking them for us. Screaming Females' next NYC show is Riot Fest on September 8 at Williamsburg Park with the Descendents, Gogol Bordello, and more.
Big ups to BV's Chris La Putt who put the whole thing together. If you weren't able to go last night, '480 Pixels' will be up at 92YTribeca through September 6. As good as the pictures on display look here on the site, it's something else entirely to see them big in high resolution. Definitely stop by if you can. UPDATE: These are the summer hours:
Monday, 8/20: open 8am-3pmMore pictures from the show, below...
8/21- 8/24; 9/4-9/5: 8am-8:30pm
9/3: Closed for Labor Day
Closed on Sats & Suns.
Andrea Estella at Bowery Ballroom w/ Twin Sister in 2011 (more by Jessica Amaya)
Andrea Estella of Twin Sister will be displaying her artwork at Superfine (126 Front St in Brooklyn) where Twin Sister played their first show, from July 31 to August 20. The opening reception will be held on August 2. You can check out some of Andrea's artwork at her tumblr. The flier for the show is below.
Speaking of musicians who have art on display in NYC, as mentioned, Marissa Paternoster of Screaming Females will have her photography on display at the BV photography exhibit, which runs from August 16 to September 6 at 92YTribeca. Screaming Females also play opening night.
Flier for Estella's show is below.
Screaming Females in 2009 (more by Leia Jospe)
We at BrooklynVegan are excited to announce the opening of a gallery show called '480 Pixels - An Exhibition of BrooklynVegan's Music Photography,' which will feature work by BV photographers. The gallery opens at 92YTribeca on August 16 and runs through September 6, and is free to the public. For many of these photos, the gallery will be the first time that they have been publicly displayed at a size larger than 480 pixels, the standard width for photos on BV.
On the opening day, there will be a free opening reception at 6:30 PM and a BV-presented show on the 92YTribeca mainstage at 8 PM with Screaming Females, Hunters, and Heliotropes. Tickets for the show are on sale now.
The list of BV photographers whose work will be on display at the exhibition is below. Marissa Paternoster of Screaming Females will also be showing a few pieces of her artwork at the exhibition.
The show is one of many scheduled for Screaming Females, who come to Brooklyn this summer for Riot Fest Brooklyn which goes down at Williamsburg Park on September 8. They also play C.L.I.T. Fest in NJ this weekend. All of their dates are listed below.
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 Morrison Hotel Gallery says:
We are very excited to present Jesse's amazing Kurt Cobain photographic collection at our SoHo Gallery on April 5th. While earning a degree in economics at the University of Michigan, Jesse Frohman picked up a camera and never put it down. When he returned to New York, he had no formal training or experience, but he did have a portfolio of platinum prints, which caught the interest of legendary photographer Irving Penn, who hired Jesse to manage his studio.The exhibit will be open to the public from April 6th through Aprol 23rd at the 124 Prince Street gallery.
It was an incomparable apprenticeship. To the techniques and aesthetics he learned from Penn, Jesse added his own sensibilities of strength, dignity and quiet energy, all of which are evident in his pictures.
Jesse has photographed countless celebrities and still lifes. In addition to his work for magazines, advertising, and recording companies, he has been commissioned to create two award-winning books. His work is also in many private collections.
Jarvis Cocker, Mike Nouveau and others will DJ, along with a live set by the Virgins, at the opening night afterparty at Tribeca Grand, a Grand Life hotel.
In related news, Courtney Love is planning on auctioning off some paintings made by Kurt Cobain (if she's alllowed), and "Clint Eastwood's 'A Star is Born' Remake is Really About Kurt Cobain" (via).
Kurt Cobain's life ended on April 5, 1994.
BrooklynVegan is honored to often showcase work by some seriously talented photographers, and now you can get a detailed look at some of their work in a much bigger format.
120 dB will showcase the concert photography of long time female contributors like Leia Jospe, Amanda Hatfield, Dana (distortion) Yavin, Jessica Amaya, Samantha Marble, Diana Wong, Maryanne Ventrice (who curated the show), Gabi Porter, and more at Fort Useless starting on January 27th (36 Ditmars Street in Brooklyn).
"120dB. The level of sound intensity at every concert. The level of passion and perseverance echoed back by every one of these photographers. The sheer level of artistic energy and audience engagement that resonates loud and clear in their each and every shot."The opening reception kicks off at 6PM and lasts until 10PM and is FREE/open to the public. Come out and celebrate the work of these talented individuals.
photos by Ryan Muir
The first concert at the new Brooklyn Bowl will be O'Death, Justin Carter, Eamon Harkin and Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt on Friday, July 10th. Tickets are on sale now. You may remember that O'Death's June 13th Northside Festival show, which ended up happening at MHOW, was originally scheduled for the venue. More pictures from that show below...
photos by Ryan Muir
A lot of photographers were in the house at the beginning of the BrooklynVegan Northside show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Friday (6/12). So not surprisingly I have this second set of pictures from the event (the first set was by Chris La Putt).
If you still haven't seen her, there is now yet another chance. In just 8 days from this posting (I really hope she isn't flying back and forth to Iceland every single time), Olof will be back in NYC to open for Blonde Redhead at the free 'Celebrate Brooklyn' show they're playing at the Prospect Park Bandshell on June 26th. I'm sure it will be her biggest audience yet (I was at her South Street Seaport show, and the early afternoon audience was not big).
More of Ryan's pictures of this show below...
We're proud to present the first-ever BrooklynVegan photo show in conjunction with the first-ever Northside Festival.
The photo show will take place at Music Hall of Wiliamsburg in Brooklyn (the north side). Forty-nine photos that were taken for, and have appeared on, BrooklynVegan.com will be blown up and on display at the Williamsburg venue from Friday, June 12th through Sunday, June 14th. That time-frame encompasses four live shows:
You can check out the photos @ these MHOW shows
June 12 - BrooklynVegan showcase (Vanderslice/TMOE/Olof/TBA)
June 13 - O'Death + The Extraordinaires + Shellshag (afternoon)
June 13 - Asobi Seksu + Cymbals Eat Guitars + Elika (night)
June 14 - Bill Callahan + Sir Richard Bishop
All four shows can be entered with a Northside badge and/or a general admission ticket. Northside badge holders who didn't plan on coming to any of the Music Hall shows, but want to see the photos, should feel free to use their badge to stop by the venue just to see the pictures before moving on to their next Northside destination.
The cheapest and guaranteed option for seeing the pictures will be Saturday afternoon. For $10 at the door, you get three bands (O'Death, The Extraordinaires & Shellshag) and the pictures. This is also during the time when Bedford will be closed to cars - even more reason to visit the neighborhood over the weekend.
The very cheapest way to see the pictures is to win a ticket to one of the shows. We'll be running contests all this week.... starting now with THREE FREE Northside Badges for three lucky winners (who are 21+ - badge rules, not ours). Each badge is valued at $45. Details on winning one are at the very bottom of this post.
Appropriately, our Friday night music showcase (one of two we're doing for Northside - the other is the metal one) will coincide with the kick-off of the photo show:
Friday, June 12, 2009 @ Music Hall of Williamsburg$15.00 tickets are still on sale for this show, and of course you can get in with your Northside Badge (capacity permitting) (P.S. it will be one badge out, one badge in throughout the night).
BrooklynVegan Northside Festival showcase
7-8:00 - photo show reception. $3.00 drink specials.
09:00 -- TBA band
09:40 -- Olof Arnalds
10:15 -- The Tallest Man on Earth
11:20 -- John Vanderslice
Photographers represented in this show are Ryan Muir, Chris La Putt, Leia Jospe, Lori Baily, Tim Griffin, Bao Nguyen and Natasha Ryan. If your favorite BV photog is missing, it's only because we wanted to keep this first effort relatively small. Stay tuned for future events, more pictures, and more photographers.
Photo printing was made possible by AdoramaPix.
A sneak peak at some of the photos appearing in the show, the flyer, and contest details, below...