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Upcoming shows:



Photographer & Musician Barry Stone
(see his show up now at Klaus von Nichtssagend)

Artist Josiah McElheny

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Barry Stone
June 18th, 2024

Barry Stone
Porch Swing Orchestra
Mountains in Stars
Check out the Porch Swing Orchestra series at Co-Lab Projects in Austin, TX
Barry Stone, “Porch Swing Orchestra,” at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery
Yall, this is my first solo show with all work drawn from PSO. There are past PSO pieces printed and framed IRL, images made from mixes of those images directly adhered to the wall, a new sound piece, AND if that weren't enough, a new special lathe-cut record featuring new and unreleased extended pieces created this spring in WEST TEXAS.


Barry Stone
   Barry Stone is a Professor of Photography in the School of Art and Design at Texas State University.
    Barry Stone was born in Lubbock, Texas, and earned a BA in Biology and an MFA in Studio Art in Photography from the University of Texas at Austin.
    His work is represented by Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery in New York and Gaa Gallery in Provincetown MA and Cologne, Germany. He was the founding member of the artist collective Lakes Were Rivers.
    His work has been nationally and internationally exhibited, notably at the Center for Art and Media, (ZKM) in Karlsruhe, Germany, The Lianzhou Photography Festival in China, and with Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery in New York City. Stone is the author of three monographs of his photographs including, Daily in a Nimble Sea,published by Silas Finch which was a finalist for the Lucie Photobook Awards in New York City, shortlisted for the National Gallery of Victoria Cornish Prize in Australia and was chosen a photobook of note for 2017 by Jeffrey Ladd for Photobooks UK and Elizabeth Avedon, Drift, which was reviewed by Collector Daily, and Lost Pines slated for release in the summer of 2022. His photographs have been acquired by many public and private collections including the Cleveland Clinic, Fidelity Mutual Corporation Collection, The Center for Art and Media (ZKM), The Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, The Athenaeum of the University of Georgia, The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University, University of Texas at Austin, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. His work has been reviewed or featured in publications including Harper’s Magazine, Dallas Morning News, Glasstire, Artforum, Artlies, Artnet, Washington City Paper, The New York Sun, TimeOut New York, Texas Monthly, and the New York Times.


Zachary Pace
February 18, 2024



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

1  Here, in My Head - 2015 Remaster, Tori Amos
2  Willie, Cat Power
3  Funkier Than a Mosquito's Tweeter, Nina Simone
4  needy, Ariana Grande
5  fake smile, Ariana Grande
6  in my head, Ariana Grande
7  Searchin' My Soul, Vonda Shepard
8  Tracy, The Cuff Links
9  O-o-h Child, The Five Stairsteps
10  Tell Him, The Exciters
11  Work, Rihanna, Drake
12  Woman, Cat Power and Lana Del Rey
13  Multi-Love, Unknown Mortal Orchestra
14  I Found A Reason, Cat Power
15  Most of the Time, Bob Dylan
16  Cloud Blood, Ani DiFranco
17  Waiting In Vain, Annie Lennox
18  Don't Play That Song, Aretha Franklin


Daniel Boccato
February 4, 2024



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

1  Pump Up The Jam,Technotronic
2  For You I Will, Monica
3  Celso; Hermeto Pascoal, Andre Marques,...
4  Reflection, Lea Salonga, Disney
5  Madalena, Elis Regina
6  Coco do Pneu, Cila do Coco
7  Cravo E Canela, Milton Nascimento, Lô Borges
8  Cravo e Canela, Rogério Boccato Quarteto
9  Smilin' Through, Wayne Shorter
10  A Remark You Made, Weather Report
11  A Love Supreme, Pt. I – Acknowledgement, John Coltrane
12  Mother Stands For Comfort, Kate Bush
13  Blush Response, Vangelis
14  Hornet, Brecc
15  Hey Moon, John Maus
16  The Gunfighter, Harold Budd
17  Go Hard I Da Paint, craxxxsmurf


Happy New Year!
January 7, 2024

Your host went home for the holidays this year, and I’ve been feeling nostalgic. For this show I dug up a double mixtape from 2005: "The Wages of Sin" and "Filthy Lucre". I hope you enjoy these two playlists that are now officially old enough to drink in the EU. May 2024 be worth living through!


The Wages of Sin, 2005

  1. Who Was In Scituate On the 4th of July?, Swirlies, 1998
  2. Lonesome Road, Mr. Airplane Man, 2004
  3. Witchita Lineman, Glen Campbell, 1968
  4. Strange Young Girls, The Mamas & the Papas, 1966
  5. Dirty Water, The Jesus and Mary Chain, 1994
  6. I, Andrew Bird, 2003
  7. Colored Town, The Aluminum Group, 2003
  8. The Book of Right-On, Joanna Newsom, 2004
  9. Countdown, The Black Keys, 2002
  10. Monkey, Low, 2005
  11. Sleep, The Dandy Warhols, 2000
  12. Fear of the South, Tin Hat Trio, 2002
  13. Standing Under Ü, Füxa, 1998
  14. River Man, Nick Drake, 1969
  15. Stay Monkey, Julie Ruin, 1998

Filthy Lucre, 2005 (begins at the 58 minute mark)

  1. Stanley Kubrick, Mogwai, 1999
  2. Hollywood, Cluster, 1974
  3. 14 pints, Tøyen, 2002
  4. Hangin' out, Main Source, 1991
  5. An Honest Mistake, The Bravery, 2005
  6. Rise, Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom, 2005
  7. Pac-Man (original edit), Powerpill (Aphex Twin), 1992
  8. Euroman, J. J. Burnel, 1979
  9. Hot Topic, Le Tigre, 1999
  10. Running Up that Hill, Placebo, 2003
  11. The Weight of My Words (Four Tet Remix), Kings of Convenience, 2001
  12. Busenfreund, Tosca, 2000
  13. Hello Tomorrow, Sam “Squeak E. Clean” Spiegel feat. Karen O., 2005