Fundraiser, Print Show, New Gallery Opening in Brooklyn
Don’t miss the opening and fundraiser tonight of Brooklyn’s newest gallery, called 99%. The silent auction will feature new prints by Swoon (left) and Gaia (right) as well as Bast, Chris Mendoza, Cycle, Dennis McNett, Doze Green, Ellis G, Eric White, Esao Andrews, EZO, Ian Kuali’I, Imminent Disaster, Jeremiah Ketner, Jose Parla, Kenji Hirata, Lady Pink, Martha Cooper, Martin Wittfooth, Maya Hayuk, Mel Kadel, Morning Breath, Nathan Lee Pickett, Orlando Reyes, Rage Johnson, Ricky Powell, Rostarr, Ryan Humphrey, Skewville, Tara McPherson, Tono Radvany, Voodo Fe, Xiaoqing Ding, Yuri Shimojo
For more info go to http://www.ninetyninegallery.com/
Collabo With Blu and Os Gemeos for Crono festival in Lisboa (Portugal)
Guy Denning and David Walker Show Tomorrow
The Village Voice said it’s good and that’s all that matters. More info about the Guy Denning and David Walker show at Brooklynite here.
GUY DENNING • DAVID WALKER
June 12 – July 10
Musical Guest: DJ REKHA
Happy World Cup!!!! Here is Tsatsulow,the Best Soccer Freestyler in the World
FIGMENT on Governors Island – Interactive Art for Everybody (Free Free Free)
The Figment Festival on Governor’s Island boasts so many live arts and activities for free this weekend that it is guaranteed to relax and exhaust you simultaneously. A number of street artists are going to be there performing live, as well as a number of interactive installations and performances to challenge and titillate.
Governors island continues to expand and grow, and FIGMENT this year is no exception. Check the ferry schedule (free). There are ferries from Brooklyn again this year. Visitors are encouraged to bring bikes and food.
Figment all Weekend http://figmentproject.org/2010/events/figment-nyc-2010-event-projects-artists/
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