Thursday, August 5, 2010
FEATURING NEW WORK BY BRYN CUIZON AND TOMMY MISHIMA
A certain sort of diligence often springs from deep fixation in order to fulfill passions that cannot be sated by any direct request. Some may successfully contain or even entirely extinguish such inconvenient longing, but others are left only to be prostrate subjects to the wild and lunging flames of their most essential whim -- the beacon of necessity in their very conception.
This event makes a show of two fellows burning and are burnt as such. Come see how they have petitioned the cosmos, by hand, in pronounced and obscure detail. You will find no slick affectation, thin ruse, or callous gimmick in this body. These drawings are not presented as a selection created by groomed two-dimensional selves; they are the hemorrhaging visceral ambitions of two humble servants captured by fixed surfaces.
Try to enjoy this broad platter of intrigue, but none will be promised that they will not leave without a few new disquieting feelings or disruptive fascinations
Bryn Cuizon's work has been featured in/on
Tommy Mishima's work can be seen here
Tommy Mishima's work featured on P.S.1 Studio Visit
Join us on the jinxed day of
Friday, August 13th,, 9-11 PM
292 Ellery Street #4
Brooklyn, NY 11206
*Rooftop action will be in effect, conditions permitting.
**36 lucky attendees will receive a Wild Roses “life-like” flower-in-a-tube!!!**
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
certain primal communion with the seeds of expressive ambition, while also finding a cerebral distance from the all too familiar domestic reality. These tendencies blossom in play, so often sprung from boredom and pubescent discontent, producing works of all mediums(perhaps most iconically in the formation of "the basement band").
This type of wild/wide-eyed and unfettered creative release is the
inspiration for the latest installation of Hiding Gallery's events.
Surrounded by wood paneled walls, the show collects an array of artists who continued to follow through
with the instinctive drive to produce works in any number of forms.
The spread of formats will include a Brion Gysin inspired Dream Machine installation by James Baljo and an animation premier by Joe Jagos featuring the music of Gardens, amidst other surprises.
Granted decent conditions, you'll also be welcomed to enjoy the
rooftop and perhaps even the perils of the sky-high trampoline!
Curated by Joe Jagos and Conrad Keely
Presented by HIDING GALLERY
FREE DRINKS but BYOB ISSS COOL
Opening from 9-11 then hangz outs till ???
292 ELLERY #4 ST BROOKLYN, NY 11206
Below are a few images from some of the artist we are representing.
check back for more links and updated artist list
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Hello everyone. We are preparing for our next show May21st! In order to re-create the days of slacking off in your parents’ basement making adolescent works of art, the gallery will be covered in wood panels and the roof trampoline will be re-opened for the summer. We have a lot of great artist lined up and will post soon what the deal is.
Monday, March 8, 2010
aFTER HOURS mock
Originally uploaded by HIDING GALLERY
FARCED presents movie nights at HIDING GALLERY.
For our first night we will be showing Martin Scorcese's 1985 classic black comedy/thriller film AFTER HOURS.
AFTER HOURS depicts a New Yorker, white collar worker Paul Hackett (Griffin Dunne), who experiences a hellish and seemingly endless night on the seedy streets of New York's SoHo village. Broke, frenzied and at his rope's end he is thrust into the increasingly upsetting and often outlandish lives of a variety of ensemble characters. A sequence of misfortunes, coupled with misunderstandings and tragedies threaten Paul's safety and sanity while he attempts to get back to his apartment, uptown.
Veggie sloppy joes. home made french fries and other surprise snacks will be served from 8-9 to accompany the reoccurring diner scenes in the film.
Movie starts at 9.
FARCED movie night
Watch for more movie nights. FARCED + HIDING GALLERY will be hosting this once a month.
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Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Originally uploaded by HIDING GALLERY
PHOTOS FROM THE SHOW
I took the time to post some photos from the show.
I included pre opening shots along with shots from the opening night.
Thanks again for everyone that came
And once again thanks to the participating artist
Nina Palucci / Joe Jagos
click photos for flickr photo stream