Eleesa Dadiani, the gallery’s director, says:
“The only element that unites the 10 featured artists is that they all paint in oil. In bringing together these wildly disparate voices, the presentation celebrates that medium in all its myriad forms, while affirming its enduring potency and capacity to delight and surprise.”
A new exhibition of William S Burroughs original art entitled ‘Animals in the Wall’ opens tonight
Salon 94+Visual Aids team up for a one-off event the 25th of July to celebrate life of legendary photographer Jimmy DeSana
For ‘Party Picks and Love Stories’ Salon 94 is teaming up with Visual AIDS for an archive salon as part of its NOT OVER series.This archive salon brings together Joy Episalla, Bryn Kelly, Laurie Simmons, Jack Waters, Carrie Yamaoka and guests to share memories and histories of artists, like Jimmy DeSana whom we have lost to AIDS, and to discuss the contemporary impact of the ongoing AIDS crisis.
The work of artists, writers, musicians and dancers who acknowledge the need to reach a heightened or ‘altered’ state of mind in order to create their work is the subject of ‘Voodoo – Hoochie-Coochie and the Creative Spirit’, at Riflemaker from 20 January 2009.
Riflemaker 79 Beak Street, London W1 Tuesday 9 December 2008 – Saturday 17 January 2009 Press and private view: Monday… Read More