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THE COMMUNITY SERVICED:
12 public space Showpaper newspaper boxes
Sunday November 14, 2010 at 7pm – 10pm
at The Showpaper 42nd st Gallery
217 East 42nd st (btwn 3rd and 2nd ave)
Amy Smalls and Dennis Franklin
Maggie Lee and Jennifer Shear
Oliva Katz and Keith Pavia
Peter and Andrew Sutherland
DARKCLOUDS and SADUE
FARO, GROSER, and COOLCAT
GEN 2 and OZE 108
GOYA and NSK
NET and DROID
VUDU and INFINITY
WOLFTITS and CAHBASM
Curated by: Andrew H. Shirley
“The Community Serviced” showcases 12 uniquely produced Showpaper newspaper boxes designed by 24 artists. After the opening night, the works will be placed around the city to serve the community both as public art pieces as well as an expansion of Showpaper’s distribution network of their bi-monthly publication.
On Sunday November 14, 2010 at 7pm please join us at 217 East 42nd st (between 3rd and 2nd ave) for the send off of these public works of art.
Charlie Ahearn and Parakeets will be providing music.
Showpaper is a non-for-profit organization committed to establishing a greater network of emerging young artists and musicians throughout the tri-state area. In conjunction with providing a database of more than 50 show spaces for young performing artists and a comprehensive listing of over 300 all ages music events every two weeks, each issue has a full color print by a current and upcoming artist.
JOE AHEARN | Showpaper
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