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Upcoming shows:



12/11: queer artist, filmmaker, and editor BOBBY ABATE *postponed from 11/13 due to COVID

postponed: painter EMILY MAE SMITH


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November 13, 2022
Candystore Returns!


Complete playlist below; tracks in yellow were cut for time.

  1. Orange Colored Sky, Nat King Cole, 1950
  2. The Purple Bottle, Animal Collective, 2005
  3. Aviva, Anna Oxygen, 2003,
  4. Blue Mirror, Jack Ladder, 2018
  5. The Red Shoes, Kate Bush, 1994
  6. At Least the Sky is Blue, Ssion with Ariel Pink
  7. Whites Not My Color This Evening, Cherry Glazerr, 2014
  8. Yellow in Green, Jockstrap, 2018
  9. Orange Moon, Erykah Badu, 2000
  10. Black and Blue, Louis Armstrong
  11. Cool Blue Stole My Heart, Joan Armatrading, 1975
  12. Yellow Roses, Dolly Parton, 1989
  13. Blood Red Sentimental Blues, Cotton Jones, 2009
  14. Blue Trash Mattress Fire, Sleigh Bells, 2017
  15. Black Cherry, Goldfrapp, 2003
  16. Bright as Yellow, The Innocence Mission, 1995
  17. I’m a Rainbow, Donna Summer, 1996

Candystore was a 2018-2019 artist-in-residence with Shandaken: Governor’s Island and a 2018-2019 fellow in the Queer | Art | Mentorship program. In 2019, she-he was one of four recipients of the Shannon Michael Cane Award from Printed Matter, which allowed shimher the opportunity to produce and self publish her debut, *SOLD OUT* book of poetry, Hi Angels: Poems by Candystore, which then begat the 2020 extended version, Hi Angels: DELUXE—also sold out, sorry.

Candystore’s writing and art have been published in PAPER Magazine, Phile Magazine, Riot of Perfume, Precog Mag, RFD, and others. She-he has performed abroad and around New York City, most notably at MoMA PS1 (though it was only in the book store) and Dixon Place (but in that weird area between the bar and the bathroom). Candystore also performs every time she-he uses a public, "binary-themed" restroom. In shimher spare time, Candystore creates and produces a highly chaotic, raunchy TV project and live stage show called Pubic Access. She-he loves dick and lives in Brooklyn, NY with a snake named Mascara.


October 30, 2022
*+_ halloween spectacular _+*



Complete playlist below.

  1. Waiting For A Surprise - Original Mix, Red Axes feat. Abrão
  2. Livin’ in the Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moon Light, Tiny Tim
  3. Number 33, Jan & Lorraine
  4. Teddy Bear’s Picnic, Henry Hall & The BBC Dance Orchestra
  5. A Million Dreams Ago, Raymond Scott
  6. Nightmare, Artie Shaw
  7. Yellow, Ken Nordine
  8. Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now; Patience & Prudence, Mark McIntyre Orchestra
  9. God Is Alive Magic Is Afoot, Buffy Sainte-Marie
  10. Watching the Willows Burn; Jack Name, Aoife Nessa Frances
  11. There Was a Pig Went Out to Dig; Traditional, The Revels Children and Chorus
  12. Season of the Witch, Lana Del Rey
  13. Castin’ My Spell; Johnny Otis, Marci Lee
  14. She Wolf, Shakira
  15. Spellbound, Siouxsie and the Banshee
  16. The Black Madonna, Theatre of Hate
  17. We’re So Happy, The Danse Society
  18. Deiche, Sex Gang Children
  19. Main Titles (Overture), Louis and Bebe Barron
  20. Giant Footprints in the Sand, Louis and Bebe Barron
  21. Dark Star, John Carpenter
  22. Betrayal (Sorcerer Theme), Tangerine Dream
  23. Blade Runner - End Titles, Vangelis
  24. Rain in the Third House, Tangerine Dream
  25. Suspiria - Originale, Goblin
  26. In Heaven (Lady in the Radiator Song); David Lynch, Alan R. Splet
  27. The Exorcist: Main These: Tubular Bells, Geek Music
  28. Alone, Colin Newman
  29. Scotty Trails Madeline, Bernard Herrmann Orchestra
  30. Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, Z. 860: Funeral March I; Henry Purcell, Baroque Brass of London, Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, Timothy Brown
  31. Helen’s Theme; Philip Glass, Michael Riesman, The Western Wind
  32. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565: I. Toccata; Johann Sebastian Bach, Simon Preston
  33. Lazyboat, Triosk


October 16, 2022
Matt Saunders

 

Complete playlist below; tracks in yellow were cut for time.

  1. Baltimore Fire; Charlie Poole, The North Carolina Ramblers
  2. Princess Ida or Castle Adamant / Act 2: 12. The World is But a Broken Toy; Arthur Sullivan, Thomas Round, Leonard Osborn, Jeffrey Skitch, New Sympony Orchestra, Isidore Godfrey
  3. I Never Wanted to Love You;William Finn, March of the Falsettos Original Broadway Cast
  4. Hole, Smoke
  5. Awake, Smoke
  6. Berlin, Lou Reed
  7. Schöner fremder Mann, Connie Francis
  8. Each Man Kills the Things He Loves, Ingrid Caven
  9. Java Jive, The Ink Spots
  10. Coffee Cigarettes and Tears, The Larks
  11. I Drink, Charles Aznavour
  12. Whiskey, You’re the Devil
  13. Bloodshot Eyes, Wynonie Harris
  14. Einstein on the Beach: Knee Play 2; Philip Glass, Michael Riesman, Philip Glass Ensemble
  15. Style It Takes; Lou Reed, John Cale
  16. Opera magnifica, Goblin
  17. She’s Your Lover Now, Bob Dylan
  18. Baltimore, Nina Simone
  19. Rückert-Lieder: Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen; Gustav Mahler, Jessye Norman, Irwin Gage
  20. Memories are Made of This, Peer Raben
  21. Dracula’s Theme (End Titles), Caludio Gizzi

Matt Saunders is an artist whose work moves between painting, photography, and short animated films. He has exhibited widely, including solo exhibitions at Tate Liverpool, St. Louis Art Museum, and the Renaissance Society (Chicago), along with solo gallery exhibitions with Marian Goodman and Blum&Poe, and group exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MassMOCA, Whitney Museum, Sharjah Biennial, Deutsche Guggenheim, and SF MoMA, among others. He lives between Berlin, New York, and Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he is Professor of Art, Film and Visual Studies at Harvard University.

Installation image:
Matt Saunders, Raft, 2022
2 channel video installation on custom screens; 16 min. 25 sec., looped
(photo:Charles White / JW Pictures)



October 2, 2022
Nathlie Provosty


Complete playlist below; tracks in yellow were cut for time.

  1. Spring Is Coming With a Strawberry in the Mouth, Roger Doyle
  2. Rainbow Serpent, Gryphon Rue
  3. A Raga Called Pat - Part IV, John Fahey
  4. Lullabies... Mother Sings... Father Plays..., Roberto Musci
  5. Being It, Arthur Russell
  6. Bye Bye Butterfly, Pauline Oliveros
  7. In Flight Suspension, Pauline Anna Strom
  8. Partita for 8 Singers: 3. Courante; Caroline Shaw, Roomful of Teeth, Brad Wells
  9. Eight Hour Religion, Gray
  10. Spill The Milk, Eartheater
  11. In Sie Hinein, Fanal
  12. Strider’s World, Omar S
  13. Cricoid Pressure, Rrose

Nathlie Provosty (b. 1981, Cincinnati, Ohio) is a visual artist based in New York, whose work is engaged with materiality and perception. The artist uses subtle, highly tactile qualities of oil paint that oscillate visually and conceptually due to the painting's multi-referential imagery, physical interaction with light and the environment, and continuous spatial shifts. Her first one-person exhibition in New York opened in 2012 at 1:1, an experimental artist-run gallery in the East Village. She has since exhibited nationally and internationally, including solo presentations at the Risorgimento Museum in Turin, Italy (2018-19), A Palazzo Gallery in Italy, and Nina Johnson Gallery in Miami, among others. Group exhibitions include the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, CA (2020), the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2019), Kunsthall Stavanger, Norway (2018), Colby Museum of Art, ME (2017), and the Washington University Museum, DC (2017). In May 2022 Hassla published an artist book by Provosty titled [a partial list of falling], which coordinated with a solo exhibition at Nathalie Karg Gallery in NY (2022), her fourth exhibition at the gallery.