ART BATTLES POPUP GALLERY NYC
Thursday January 12th - Saturday Jan. 14th, 2012
6pm - Midnight Daily
ArtBattles returns to New York after a tour through France and Spain with the ArtBattles Pop Up Gallery NYC. The gallery is open for free to the public for a limited time from Thursday, January 12th through Saturday, January 14th and located at 159 Bleecker St. in the West Village.
This exhibition of one of a kind originals will feature a live and silent auction starting at exclusive pricing that can only be found at the ArtBattles Popup Gallery. ArtBattles will not only showcase large-scale works created by rising stars and painters from the US, France, and Spain, but also Live Art and a video installation. Art enthusiasts will be able to learn about the artists’ process, history and style. This unique collection of work represents a range of painting from fine art to street art that will be showcased in a floor to ceiling exhibition of epic scale.
"We are excited to bring back a collection of work that accurately reflects the unique artistic cultures found all over Europe and the US. These pieces, which were made in a series of battles over a course of 6 months, show the dynamism of live art today. It's fresh, it's frenetic, it's liberating," said Sean Bono, founder of ArtBattles.
ArtBattles Pop Up Gallery brings famed European artists to the New York stage. All featured works were painted live, on stage, in front of hundreds and sometimes thousands of viewers. ArtBattles curated all 300 pieces from the most innovative artists who participated in these international, competitive, creative presentations in 2010 & 2011. All pieces are available for sale on site and can also be found in the ArtBattles Gallery.
US: Andre Trenier, Max (Mega 330) Bode, Zito, Don Rimx, Max Neutra, Michael Pukac, Beast, Ben Angotti, Sean Bono, Lexi Bella, Marthalicia Mattarita, Dirty Duke, Yatika Starr Fields, Kevin Ragnott, Gia Gutierrez, Erin Cadigan, Gregory Siff.
Spain: El Niño de Las Pinturas, Kram, Japon, 3TTMan, Paria,Daniel Thomas, Pichi & Avo, Sakristan.
France: Deuz, MattB, Kouka, Shane, Skio, Titi from Paris, Michael Beerens, Monsta, Move.
Artist canvas will be supplied by Frederix for Live Art each day of the Art Battles Pop Up Gallery. Exhibition space has been provided by PopUpSpaceNY.
ABOUT ART BATTLES
ArtBattles was created as a reaction to the growing Graffiti culture of the 1990s and early 2000s colliding with Fine Art School sensibilities and taste for healthy competition to perpetuate an artist’s talent and reputation. This has grown to be a study of artist’s relationship to viewer and the “Contest Consciousness” of pop culture today.
For further information regarding Art Battles and the Art Battles Pop Up Gallery NYC,please contact Sean Bono at email@example.com.
159 BLEECKER STREET
The 2011 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST
Friday, January 7th & Saturday, January 8th
Arts Presenters Showcases (APAP)
2011 NYC Winter Jazzfest Showcasing Artists:
Aaron Goldberg Trio
Aethereal Bace – 3rd Eye
Amir ElSaffar's Two Rivers
Anat Cohen Quartet with Jason Lindner
Andrew D’Angelo’s AGOGIC
Ben Perowsky's Moodswing Orchestra w/ TK Wonder
Orrin Evans Captain Black Big Band
Charles Gayle Trio
Chico Hamilton & Euphoria
Chris Lightcap’s Bigmouth
Chris Speed’s YeahNO
The Curtis Brothers Quartet feat Giovanni Almonte
Dan Tepfer Trio
David Weiss and Point of Departure
Don Byron's New Gospel Quintet
Donny McCaslin Trio with Uri Caine
Eric Legnini / Krystle Warren
Igmar Thomas & The Cypher
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
Jacob Garchik Trio
James Carney Group
Jamie Baum Septet
Jason Lindner's NOW vs NOW
Jen Shyu & Jade Tongue
Juan-Carlos Formell & Johnny's Dream Club
Kenneth Whalum III
Kirk Knuffke Quartet
Marcus Strickland Quartet
Maurice Brown Effect
Mike Pride’s From Bacteria To Boys
Miles Okazaki / Damion Reid / Guillaume Perret
MILK & JADE by Dana Leong
Nels Cline's Stained Radiance
Nguyen Le Trio with Rudresh Mahanthappa
Noah Preminger Group
Pilc / Moutin / Hoenig
Proverb Trio featuring Dafnis Prieto, Kokayi & Jason Lindner
RedCred featuring John Medeski, Ben Perowsky and Chris Speed
The Respect Sextet
The Robert Glasper Experiment
Sameer Gupta's Namaskar
Shane Endsley & The Music Band
Sofia Rei Koutsovitis
Source w/Abdoulaye Diabaté
Steve Coleman and Five Elements
Vernon Reid's Artificial Afrika
JD Allen VISIONFUGITIVE: Conducted by Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris
New York, November 3, 2011 – Brice Rosenbloom of BOOM Collective (formerly boomBOOM Presents) is proud to announce the 2011 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST lineup. The festival is to be held on January 7th & 8th, 2011 in New York City. The NYC Winter Jazzfest will take over threeWest Village venues, (le) Poisson Rouge, Kenny's Castaways and Zinc Bar on Friday January 7th, and five venues, (le) Poisson Rouge, Kenny's Castaways, Zinc Bar, Sullivan Hall, and Bitter End on Saturday January 8th. This marks the seventh year of the annual NYC WINTER JAZZFEST, and our continued mission to showcase top quality jazz and experimental music.
The 2011 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST will feature over 60 different jazz groups during the Arts Presenters (APAP) conference. Similar to past years the festival will provide an opportunity for artists to showcase in front of presenters, promoters, talent buyers, educators, musicians and avid fans. Over 5000 arts professionals will be in New York City for the annual Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) conference from January 7-11. As there will be hundreds of showcases scheduled throughout the weekend around the city both at the Hilton Hotel and in alternative venues, Winter Jazzfest offers APAP conference attendees, and the general public, the opportunity to experience the best of today's new live jazz and experimental music in club venue settings. Once famed as the focal point of New York City's rich jazz and live music scene, Bleecker Street and the Village provide for an ideal festival experience with jazz and experimental music groups performing all night at five of the neighborhood's esteemed venues within close proximity of each other. On this night the 2011 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST will continue to redeem the rich jazz heritage of the Village and again will bring jazz fans back to Bleecker Street. The 2011 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST includes over 60 of today’s most interesting jazz groups from New York, Brooklyn, Chicago, New Orleans, Philadelphia, France, Holland, Israel, Germany, Cape Verde, Mali, Cuba, Argentina, England and more.
Currently new jazz groups are under represented, yet they are culturally essential to the continued development and future of jazz and the cultivation of new audiences for jazz. Jazz artists need support and exposure to the significant institutional booking forum that the Arts Presenters conferences represent. Winter Jazzfest is pleased to offer a forum for presenters and music enthusiasts to experience and support the future of jazz. The 2011 Winter Jazzfest appreciates generous support from The Cultural Services of the French Embassy.
The 2011 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST will again feature showcases with guest curators Meghan Stabile of Revive Music Group and Adam Schatz of Search & Restore. In line with the mission of Winter Jazzfest, Stabile and Schatz continue to invigorated NYC's jazz scenes in their own ways by promoting and supporting young and deserving new jazz artists while bringing increasingly growing audiences to the music. Kenny's Castaways will stage the Search & Restore showcase while Sullivan Hall will house the Revive Da Live showcase.
The 2011 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST welcomes all Arts Presenter conference badge-holders to RSVP and reserve a single Full-Festival Pass to the 2011 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, RSVP required. Only 2011 APAP Conference attendees are able to RSVP.
Single-Day Festival Passes are available to the General Public for $25
Two-Day Full-Festival Passes are available to the General Public for $35
Revive Da Live
Since 2006, the anthem of "Revive Da Live" has rung loudly in uniting prolific, groundbreaking, gifted and versatile hip hop artists & contemporary jazz musicians in combined effort to educate and inspire broader audiences about the depths and origins of today's popular music. Revive Music Group serves as New York’s leader in conceptual and never-before-experienced live music productions—for a jazz and hip-hop celebration giving a unique aural exhibition of the undercurrents connecting the genres and ultimately fans of multiple generations. http://revivalist.okayplayer.com
Search and Restore
Search & Restore is a non-profit organization founded by Adam Schatz, dedicated to sustaining and expanding the audience for new jazz music inNew York City and beyond. From a series at the legendary Manhattan Knitting Factory, to the first ever Undead Jazzfest, Search & Restore has been presenting mind blowing double-bills and festivals for public consumption, with artists such as Kneebody, John Hollenbeck, Jim Black's Alas No Axis, Darcy James Argue's Secret Society and many many more. Visit and donate to their current massive Kickstarter project to document the scene for the next year at http://www.HelpJazz.com
ART BATTLES POP UP GALLERY! JANUARY 12-14! 159 Bleeker St. NY NY
300 Pieces, 30 Artists, 3 Countries!
All the work created in 2011 Art Battles from NY-France-Spain!
Buy a piece of live art history and come see the party! Its gonna be epic!
art battles free event open to the public
A sort of anti-art fair, the Degenerate Craft Fair features over 75 artists, designers and their work. Just in time for holiday shopping, most of the items offered will cost less than $50.
The 2011 Degenerate Craft Fair
159 Bleecker Street
Between Sullivan and Thompson Streets
Take the 4, 6 to Bleecker Street or
A, B, C, E, F, M to West 4th Street
December 10th 12pm to 9pm
Opening night reception from 6pm to 9pm
Featuring music and free beer.
Beer has been lovingly provided by Brooklyn Brewery
December 11th 12pm to 6pm
First 50 visitors receive a tote bag full of goodies!
_It’s that time of year again, Pop Up Flea time. Come December 2nd, 3rd and 4th we will be holding the fourth edition of our menswear market of desirable new and vintage goods — and all are welcome. We’re excited to release the brand line-up soon, but until them know that we are going to have a lot of the great folks from previous PUFs, and a bunch of great new labels. This could be dangerous — hide your kids, hide your wallet, hide your wife.
159 Bleecker Street, NYC
December 2nd, 3rd & 4th.