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The past 3 weeks in one post:


My favorite print right now.

SPACE IS THE PLACE #1
"Soundtrack for a Lapdance"
A private performance in a confidential location, by J. Morrison

Ryan, James Morrisons boyfriend:

Abbie left us tissue paper to give James. He performed 16 solo pieces in one evening. "Soundtrack for a Lapdance" was a solo performance for one. 16 friends came.
The list:
I made a hat:
We wait for our turn, Juan made a fan:
I really like Ryan's cardigan. 

It snowed for the last itme, thank god.

It was a mini-blizzard.




Went to An Choi. A Vietnamese restaurant that our friend Dennis helped start. Pho, Vietnamese sandwiches, spring rolls. Delicious.




Hired a new in-house tailor for Houndstooth. She's there Tuesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. or by appointment.



We painted our store:





Went to a behind the scenes tour of the Armory show a few weeks back.



The Contemporary part of the show was HUGE.




Andy Goldsworthy. My new/ old favorite. I see my sound pieces when I look at this. 





The Starin Twins with a piece that when translated means the Sun Godess. It was amazing to watch it. It went "super nova" a few days later.





Our group consisted of a lot of curators and art historians. Our biggest discussion of the day was the next "level" of art within the gallery world. The 4th dimension as some art historians called it. Hm.




My favorite work in the Modern section. Studio La Citta had a wonderful exhibit focused on Italian artists that worked after WW2. It was brilliant.



Nick Cave. Not THAT Nick Cave.
In Pier 92, the Contemporary section:

Made of bubble gum wrappers, etc. i would wear one of these in a second.









JON KESSLER! My favorite.

A bronze trash bag. 
Margaritas after:



A close-up of one of my favorite shirts I wore for Brazil night. 







A rare glimpse at people on the other side of the club.


SPACE IS THE PLACE #2

Duo private performance in a confidential location, J. Morrison w/ Maria Chavez

This is the only photo I took. It's me peeking at the people gathering in the "reception" area. Our door was locked. No one could get in until it was time to begin. You can see more photos of the evening here: 

 
A performance at my store the next day.

Michael Thieke, Kai Fagaschinski, Richard Kamerman, Reed Evan Rosenberg and myself:




The sun rising:

Donna looking cute with my favorite sequin top I got at Fil de Joie in Williamsburg. I love that store.

Masala, a friend of Donna's at her birthday party. She had a Cuban 4 piece band perform. It was the hotness. Made me excited for summer. Good call Masala.





We did a champagne toast.

Yeah, that pretty much sums up that night:


I made a necklace. It's easy! Just get a bunch of short chains and connect them all together. Get them knotted up, which is super easy, then let the big knot hang at the focal point. Presto!




Our store display last week. The big green this is a Japanese fishing net from the 1940's. It has some silk in it and has never been used. It's gorgeous.



A customer wearing a suit recently purchased at from us. He has a blog as well (EVERYONE DOES!) www.manpurse.wordpress.com.




Ren Mele a curator at the opening for Alexander Zakharov @ the Mimi Fertz Gallery in SoHo. 



Donna also has a show in Soho on Broadway, between Prince and Spring called, Global Fabrics Common Threads:

www.iseny.org


A fashion show for one of our customers, we missed it but heard it was great.


Then to a place that Donna told me about, Vanessa's Dumplings. Cheap and delish.



SPACE IS THE PLACE #3
"Soundtrack for the Apocalypse"
A private performance installation in a confidential location:


Ryan's outfit was ready for spring:



It was really great.


Me as a ghost.




My outfit that night.



Now I have found some old performances that were video recorded that I post soon. I just need a copy of final cut pro or something similar and I'll get on it.

xo

WHEN AND WHERE I'LL BE 2010

May 15 2010

Brecht Forum with Gene Coleman

Brooklyn, New York, US



May 18 2010

Outpost 186, May 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Boston, Massachusetts, US



May 19 2010

Strange, May 2010 Tour with Seeded Plain

Portland, Maine


May 20 2010

L’Envers, May 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Montreal, Quebec, CA



May 21 2010

May 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Toronto, CA



May 22 2010

Dreamland Theater, May 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Detroit, Michigan



May 23 2010

Robinwood Concert House, May 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Toledo, Ohio


May 25 2010

Enemy, May 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Chicago, Illinois


May 26 2010

Sugar Maple, May 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Milwaukee, WI


May 27 2010

The Ritz Theater, May Tour 2010 w/ Seeded Plain

Minneapolis, MN



May 28 2010

Ames
Progressive, May 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Ames, Iowa



May 29 2010

Bemis Center, MAY 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Omaha, Nebraska



May 30 2010

Clawfoot House, May 2010 Tour w/ Seeded Plain

Lincoln, Nebraska



Jun 13 2010

Whitebox Gallery

NYC, New York



Jul 1 2010

Whitney Museum, Christian Marclay Retrospective w/ Marina Rosenfeld

NYC, New York



Jul 2 2010

Whitney Museum, Christian Marclay Retrospective w/ Elliot Sharp

NYC, New York



Jul 3 2010

Whitney Museum, Christian Marclay Retrospective w/ Elliot Sharp

NYC, New York



Jul 4 2010

Whitney Museum, Christian Marclay Retrospective w/ Elliot Sharp

NYC, New York



Jul 9 2010

Whitney Museum, Christian Marclay Retrospective w/ Marina Rosenfeld

NYC, New York



Jul 11 2010

Whitney Museum, Christian Marclay Retrospective w/ Alan Licht and Lee Ranaldo

NYC, New York

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