(Andrew Jeffrey Wright Paper Kid)
A solo art show of screen printed show posters by Andrew Jeffrey Wright
Opening Reception Friday Aug. 7th
6pm – 10pm
Posters on view and for purchase. AUG. 2015
2710 W Girard Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Refreshments provided by Crime and Punishment.
After Party at Sarah’s Place
1216 N. 29th St.
With DJs Andrew Jeffrey Wright & Thom Lessner
10pm – 2am
FIVE DOLLAR COMEDY WEEK 3 PRESENTS
THE SHIT & PISS SHOW
Do you like having fun? Do you love the theater? Then this show is for you! Jokes! Dancing! Cinema! Games! And more! All hosted by a human pile of shit and a human puddle of piss.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
10pm / $5
Hosted and created by Andrew Jeffrey Wright
Starring Andrew Jeffrey Wright & Michael S. Watkins
Featuring Body Waste! The Shit & Piss Dancers!
Plays & Players Theater
1714 Delancey Pl.
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MAT TONELLI JAMES JOHN SMALL
JULY 10-31, 2015
JULY 10, 2015
Mat Tonelli and James John Small, both dealing in constructs of moments and the sublime, find new ways to push paint in directions that follow the footsteps of Abstract Expressionists, as well as drawing elements from those considered New European. The two have many dissimilarities in their process and inspiration, but their work somehow intersects at a point, which led them to collaborate not only in a joint show, but in the execution of works of art as well. If you wanted to label these works, you could call it landscape painting; a spontaneous, organic and fitting subject matter they showcase in X CROSS.
The plane we see into on the surface is a moment of tranquility and chaos, a meditation of the awe of man in the natural world. The beauty of landscape, a base for subject matter is the reflection of what is relative to a certain individual.
While Tonelli uses form, color and shape to influence the creation of a scene, Small uses images, whether it be his own or a historical documentation, to direct the flow of his work. Often starting using washes and drips of paint, Tonelli allows the medium to dictate action from the beginning and mechanically fills space with patterns, a perfect counterpart for the tedious carving that Small employs. The two intersect at a point where they are bound to nothing but the aesthetic.
a night of stand-up, short plays, video, music, dance and whatever!
Hosted by Rose Luardo and Andrew Jeffrey Wright!
Featuring Body Dreamz, Amber Nelson, Joe Rumrill, Jessica Delfino, Greg Barris, Mary Houlihan, Murderfist and more!
Videos by The New Dreamz!
With DJs Emilio Airhorn and Kurt Life!
Saturday, June 27, 2015
doors 8pm / comedy 8:30 – 10:00 / dance party 10:01 – Midnight
Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St.
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New mix featuring…
Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Hoodboi, DJ John Brooklyn, Fadsunshine, Gucci Mane, Mark Lord, Polo, Top$, Container, Spinee, Alfred English, and more…
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New mix featuring…
Y2K, Foliedouce, Margaret Antwood, Carnage, Pulse Emitter, Kendrick Lamar, Wilted Women, Empt, NooBap, and more….
R5 is helping with this one… so get tickets here: http://ticketf.ly/1EDCt9M
you can also tell your friends you are going on facebook… people do that… right??
June 5-30TH, OPENING RECEPTION June 5, 7PM-10PM
Space 1026 is kicking off summer with a new exhibition featuring the work of Andrew Nigon and Carmen Tiffany visiting artists from Miami, FL.
No Fear comprises of sculpture, video and prints that are inspiration for punching onward, even in moments of ambivalence.
Inspired by historic fratricidal narratives, Andrew Nigon has created antiheroic wrestlers that fragment their aggression with a reckless assemblage. Plastic body parts made from casts of Nigon’s own body are displayed solely to subvert the figures unbridled malice.
Carmen Tiffany’s puppet play video narrates young characters that might be bullied by Nigon’s fighting brothers. The troupe travels together in a play like adventure on the way to their grown up future. Fulfilling a cycle of destitution the characters accept their fate with a naivety that is both sullen and joyful.
Works grasp tightly as they dangle from the bottom of the social ladder, but as primal behaviors are forced out of a survivalist’s instinct they face a state of a menial existence with abrasive tendencies.