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    neighborhoodr-fortgreene:

Bob Bongard “Coming Home”  June 20 - July 16, 2011 at Tillie’sBob Bongard has been a fixture in Clinton Hill for most of his life. As the only child of vaudeville performers, he was given the gift of infinite creativity, first as a jazz musician, comic and singer, and now as a self-taught artist with a singular vision. Using primarily found objects, ink and pen, his work is truly of the street, and features a variety of subjects he knows and loves, including chorus girls, musicians, buildings and gardens. His detailed drawings from memory of famous buildings and local architecture balance obsessive detail with a human quality, garnering fans and collectors around the neighborhood. 
Bob was recently hospitalized, and this benefit exhibition is being presented by a consortium of his local friends and admirers to honor his artistic achievements. All work will be cash and carry with all proceeds going directly to the artist. 
Opening Reception: Wednesday, June 22, 7 - 9 p.m. 
FREE EVENT with special performance by the artist himself

See you there.

    neighborhoodr-fortgreene:

    Bob Bongard “Coming Home” 
    June 20 - July 16, 2011 at Tillie’s

    Bob Bongard has been a fixture in Clinton Hill for most of his life. As the only child of vaudeville performers, he was given the gift of infinite creativity, first as a jazz musician, comic and singer, and now as a self-taught artist with a singular vision. Using primarily found objects, ink and pen, his work is truly of the street, and features a variety of subjects he knows and loves, including chorus girls, musicians, buildings and gardens. His detailed drawings from memory of famous buildings and local architecture balance obsessive detail with a human quality, garnering fans and collectors around the neighborhood. 

    Bob was recently hospitalized, and this benefit exhibition is being presented by a consortium of his local friends and admirers to honor his artistic achievements. All work will be cash and carry with all proceeds going directly to the artist. 

    Opening Reception: Wednesday, June 22, 7 - 9 p.m. 

    FREE EVENT with special performance by the artist himself

    See you there.

    (Source: neighborhoodr-fortgreene)

    Kanye West, Marc Jacobs, and the Whole Art World* Fêted George Condo’s Leering Grotesques at the New Museum
*Also in attendance, some nobody blogger and her +1

    Kanye West, Marc Jacobs, and the Whole Art World* Fêted George Condo’s Leering Grotesques at the New Museum

    *Also in attendance, some nobody blogger and her +1

    Spending this Sunday night with The Bammer and friends.

    Spending this Sunday night with The Bammer and friends.

    Guess the temps weren’t invited. How’s that for charity, current employer?

    Guess the temps weren’t invited. How’s that for charity, current employer?

    Mary Louise Parker hosting a holiday rock show at Bowery Ballroom is the reason for the season.

    Mary Louise Parker hosting a holiday rock show at Bowery Ballroom is the reason for the season.

    The Secret Science Club presents the 5th-annual Carnivorous Nights TAXIDERMY CONTEST, Tuesday, December 7, 8 pm @ the Bell House, $5
From the website:

The contest will be judged by our panel of taxidermy enthusiasts, including Robert Marbury of the Minnesota Association of Rogue Taxidermists; Dorian Devins, co-founder and curator of the Secret Science Club; and beast mistress Melissa Milgrom, author of Still Life: Adventures in Taxidermy plus SPECIAL GUEST: Purveyor of scientific wonders and star of the inimitable new show Oddities on the Discovery Channel, Mike Zohn joins the judging panel and presents an illustrated lecture on (yes!) taxidermy.

See y’all at the dead animal party.

    The Secret Science Club presents the 5th-annual Carnivorous Nights TAXIDERMY CONTEST, Tuesday, December 7, 8 pm @ the Bell House, $5

    From the website:

    The contest will be judged by our panel of taxidermy enthusiasts, including Robert Marbury of the Minnesota Association of Rogue Taxidermists; Dorian Devins, co-founder and curator of the Secret Science Club; and beast mistress Melissa Milgrom, author of Still Life: Adventures in Taxidermy plus SPECIAL GUEST: Purveyor of scientific wonders and star of the inimitable new show Oddities on the Discovery Channel, Mike Zohn joins the judging panel and presents an illustrated lecture on (yes!) taxidermy.

    See y’all at the dead animal party.

    Last night in town. Don’t miss.

    Last night in town. Don’t miss.

    see you there.

    see you there.

    julieklausner:

joemande:

New York: Do yourself a favor and COME TO THIS SHOW. 
Reserve tickets here.


 See you there. Excited!

    julieklausner:

    joemande:

    New York: Do yourself a favor and COME TO THIS SHOW. 

    Reserve tickets here.

     See you there. Excited!

    (via bbook)

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