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08.02 2010

END OF DAZE Opens Friday.

Space 1026 is excited to present End of Daze, an exhibition of new paintings, drawing, sculptures and videos curated by Alex Ebstein of Baltimore’s Nudashank Gallery. Featuring work from Seth Adelsberger, Jordan Bernier, John Bohl, Caitlin Cunningham, Shaun Flynn, Lesser Gonzalez, Chiara Keeling, Robby Rackleff and Jimmy Joe Roche, End of Daze brings together a selection of work that emerges from the falling haze of a waning psychedelic experience. The images retained are those that quickly melt and dissipate as the room stops spinning and reality comes back into focus. Collectively, these reconstructed kaleidoscopic geometries are odes to a utopian escape from Baltimore’s apocalyptic, post-industrial landscape.

Please join us for an opening reception Friday, August 6th from 7 – 10 pm.

More HERE.

08.02 2010

“Video Free-for-All”

hosted by Hair and Diamonds. Bring your DVD to screen (maximum 10 minutes per person) to help create an ongoing image-stream. Get seen.

07.30 2010


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07.28 2010


Space 1026 presents:


A night of interactive video comedy and power point comedy at Space 1026!

Joanna Quigley and Bobby Gonzales
Meg and Rob
Jacob Marcinek
Eric Osterman
Will Dean
Michael Gerkovich
Joe Stakun
Hillary Rea
Malwina Andruczyk
Dave Dunn
Isaac Ramos
Rose Luardo, Thom Lessner and Andrew Jeffrey Wright!

If you don’t know what interactive video comedy and or power point comedy is you will find out this Saturday night! That is if you come to the show.

Saturday July 31st
8pm – 10pm

Space 1026
1026 Arch St., 2nd fl.

07.28 2010

2 Nights of Skate films about NY City

Wednesday, July 28th,7:30 pm
Special Screening
in Honor of Andy Kessler

Deathbowl to Downtown: The Evolution of Skateboarding New York City

Dir. Coan Nichols and Rick Charnoski (2009)
87 min.
Deathbowl to Downtown documents the shift in skateboarding primacy from the parks and the pools of sunny California in the 70’s to the gritty streets of New York in the 90’s. This transition also foretells the recent hybrid uptake of skateboard culture in Harlem and other communities of color.
Panel Discussion and Reception to follow!

Thursday, July 29th, 6pm
Screening in Honor of Harold Hunter
Skating @ Lenox Ledges (110th and Lenox)
Followed by an 8pm screening at Maysles Cinema

Legends Never Die
Harold Hunter Tribute

15 Years of NYC Skteboarding ( 95’-’10) by R.B. Umali.
In the Streets – Steve Marino
55 Nights on Your Couch – 5boro
Reception to follow!

Maysles Cinema
343 Lenox ave
bet 127&128th st
$10 Suggested Donation

07.27 2010

HARBORCOAT PRESS, new releases

Two new images from Leah Allen and Daniel Danger, published and printed by Harborcoat Press.  For more info on the artists and prints please visit, or if you are interested in owning on, check out our store.

07.24 2010


BODEGA, a just-launched exhibition and performance space in Philadelphia.  A performance series over two nights, Etage will take place July 31 at 8pm, and August

07.23 2010

I just fucked up a bunch of prints

07.20 2010

Sublime Frequencies

So I meant to post these a while ago, but the website was being worked on at the time.

The wonderful folks from Sublime Frequencies stopped at the space to show there latest videos from Africa! The footage was really transporting and it was a wonderful experience just getting a glimpse into another world. If you ever have a chance to watch a screening I highly recommend it.

You can see a trailer for Olivia Wyatt’s film here. And it looks like they have a kickstarter project page to raise money for a trip to Sudan.

07.18 2010

Double complete rainbow!!

“…too much, what does it mean???”