Satoru Eguchi – Daymare Hangout: 3A Gallery
June 11 to July 9, 2017
Photo by Jeffrey Sturges
Press Release

Kate Harding – Uphill Downhill Conversation, (Sister): 3A Gallery Annex
June 11 to July 9, 2017
Photo by Jeffrey Sturges
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Josh Thorpe / Joe Beginner – Willows and Palms: 3A Gallery
April 30 to May 28, 2017
Photo by Jeffrey Sturges
Press Release 

Tracy Dillon Timmins – Into The Fold: 3A Gallery annex
April 30 to May 28, 2017
Press Release 

 


 

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Mud of Murk, Patrick Jackson and Asha Schechter:
organized by Trevor Shimizu
Opening reception: January 24th, 2016  6-8pm,
A next day of the big snow

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‘WORLD PEACE HAPPENS ONE HEART AT A TIME’

PAUL MCMAHON: PERFORMANCE OF ORIGINAL SONGS: Tuesday, December 22nd, 6-8pm

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Must see:

Paul McMahon

44
Paul McMahon

September 11 – October 31, 2015
Opening Reception Friday, Sept. 11, 6-9pm

321 Gallery is pleased to present 44, a solo exhibition featuring 44 works by Paul McMahon, the artist’s first solo exhibition in Brooklyn, New York. A new artist’s book featuring works on paper by McMahon and text by Anthony Haden-Guest will accompany the show.

The objects in this exhibition were created over a 44 year period, from 1971 through to the present, and include painting, sculpture, video, musical recordings, and works on paper. In the early 1970s, McMahon began organizing exhibitions, parties, and rock shows in Cambridge, MA and New York City, playing a vital role in bringing together artists in the post-Conceptual and pre-Pictures generation. During the 1970s, McMahon created a diverse body of work addressing corruption in government, the art world, and pictures themselves. In later decades, he continued producing work as live performances and video, satirizing politicians and the advertising world, often from a shamanic orientation.

Paul McMahon (b. 1950, San Diego, CA) is a musician, artist, writer, producer, curator, minister, and part-time mailman. From 1972-75, he organized over 30 conceptual and performance art shows at Project Inc., his independently run temporary art space in Cambridge, MA. He has played in bands such as Daily Life and A Band, performed parodic routines in shows such as I’m With Stupid at the Kitchen (1977), and duelled one-liner jokes dressed as a giant potato on national TV against Soupy Sales. McMahon’s work has been shown in select group and solo exhibitions including The White Room at White Columns (NYC, 1987); The Pictures Generation, 1974-1984 curated by Douglas Eklund at the Metropolitan Museum (NYC, 2009); All Suffering Soon To End! at Callicoon Fine Arts Gallery (Callicoon, NY, 2009); Stairway to Heaven at Susan Inglett Gallery (NYC, 2010); and Made in Rosendale at Roos Arts (Rosendale, NY, 2011). McMahon has released ten albums of original music, published two books of humor, and performed as the Rock’n’Roll Therapist since 1980. He received a fellowship in New Genres from the National Endowment for the arts in 1990 and the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard acquired the Project Inc. archive in 2010. McMahon graduated with a BA in Fine Art from Pomona College in 1972 and received an MS in Art Education from Mass. College of Art in 1975. He had a Kundalini rising experience in 1988, and in 1993 the Goddess spoke inside his head and told him that he is King of the Universe. He is the proprietor of the Mothership, an everything center in Woodstock, NY, where he lives and works with his twin girls.

Anthony Haden-Guest is a British writer, reporter, cartoonist and performer. He was born in 1937 in Paris, grew up in London and lives in New York. His books include True Colors: The Real Life of the Art World, The Last Party: Studio 54, Disco and the Culture of the Night, and two books of cartoons and rhymes, The Chronicles of Now and In The Mean Time.

321gallery.org | 321 Washington Avenue | Garden Level | Brooklyn NY | 718.930.0493 | Saturdays 12 – 5 pm

 

 

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Jef Geys: Some Paintings from Belgium

March 26th, 2015 – July 23rd, 2015

 

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We Are all Cats at Karma International,

Dan Graham Charlyn Marshall(Cat Power), Thurston Moor's cat meet Dan's cat 1993

 

 

Trevor Shimizu, Shimon Minamikawa, Frank Stürmer, Wineke Gartz,

Dan Graham, Paul Mcmahon, Daniel Brant, Mieko Meguro

 

18 april – 23 may 2015
opening 17 april, 6 – 8pm
karma international: Hönggerstrasse 40, CH – 8037 Zürich, Switzerland

http://www.karmainternational.org/infoglueDeliverWorkinglive3/

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Dan Graham Collection view:

November 19th, 2014 – February 14th, 2015

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Bye Bye Cats, Bye Bye Isabel, August 16th, 2-5pm

Bye Bye now, See you again...

This is the last day of the “We Are All Cats”  show ,and also the last week that dear assistant, Isabel, will be here, before she sets off abroad. I would like to celebrate her departure, pray for her to have good luck and to come back to New York safe and sound. Please stop by, and share some toasts with us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New at the Met: The Roof Garden Commission:

Dan Graham with Günther Vogt

The Roof Garden Commission: Dan Graham with Günther Vogt will be on view from April 29 through November 2, 2014 (weather permitting).

http://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-museum/press-room/exhibitions/201