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12.04 2008

Mummer Pile: Clothing Swap & Fabric Printing

Nooner to 5pm

The Vaudevillain’s New Year’s Brigade will be sewing, printing, swapping clothing all afternoon. Bring unisex clothes for trading and altering.

Reuse in full effect.

11.21 2008

’20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,’ and Below That, the Basement

Adam Wallacavage in the NY Times.

> My Home, My Self: Photography as Art Project

> Photoshoot

11.19 2008

Jacob Marcinek is older.

> He knows how to screenprint too.

11.19 2008

Auction Time!


First Friday in December, stop by the gallery and preview art auction items. Visitors in the gallery and online can place bids on our eBay auction that will run throughout the following week.

> Read the full bio of our Auction Time hosts

Rose Luardo: QVC Audition from Rose Luardo on Vimeo.

> Rose Luardo for real

11.17 2008

Blog Bumps

“Over at Space 1026, there’s a girl-group art collective from Providence, RI, Dirt Palace, strutting its collaborative art-making and installation chops. As in all the collaborative installations that sweep through Space 1026, this one had its highlights. The best in this exhibit, Secret Rooms of the Dirtpalace – Volume 3, was a quilt draped on a sofa that lives in the exhibition space at 1026. The quilt was covered with sparkly breasts–or maybe the little mounds of Dots candy on a scroll of paper. Either way, they looked like you could actually sit on them without pain–kind of those funny, fashionable shoe insole bumps—for the whole body.”

> Read the full review on Art Blog

11.04 2008

Did you vote today?

VOTE FOR CHANGE

11.03 2008

1026 ANNUAL ART AUCTION: Jason Hsu Poster

1026′s Annual Art Auction is coming up in the beginning of December. You can participate by donating or buying work.

Schedule of Events
December
5th: SUBMISSION DEADLINE & Art Auction Preview from 6 to 10pm
5th – 11th: Art Auction Preview and eBay auction (we will continue to accept donations)
12th: Art Auction from 7 to 10pm
14th: eBay Auction ends at 7pm

Learn More About the ART AUCTION

10.31 2008

Times are tough for the freelance film producer

Ted Passon’s car is mangled mess of shattered glass and broken dreams.

PLEASE HELP!
My name is Ted. Philly flipped my car. I hope they can help fix it. It happened after the world series at Broad and Ellsworth St. at approx. 1:30am. Please help if you can. If 300 people (ideally those on Broad St. who got to enjoy the flipping spectacle) give $10.00 each I’m sure I could get a new car. Whatever you can offer will be much appreciated.

Help him here:
http://phillyfixmycar.blogspot.com/

He too is turning to the web.

10.30 2008

#1

Snax, Bill and Aryon on Broad Street after the Phillies won the World Series.

Aryon is a faker. Bill is a fan.

We’re #1.

This happened to Ted’s Car.

My name is Ted Passon. Philly flipped my car. I hope they can help fix it. It happened after the world series at Broad and Ellsworth St. at approx. 1:30am.

Please help if you can. If 300 people give $10.00 each I’m sure I could get a new car. Whatever you can offer will be much appreciated.

Donate to Ted at:
Philly Fix My Car

Phillies win! Trees lose!

Avenue of the Torn Up Tree Planters.

Video of the fire that Snax is number oneing in front of.

10.29 2008

AUCTION TIME: 1026 Art Auction PREVIEW

December 5th from 6 to 9pm

Stop by the gallery and preview art auction items. Visitors in the gallery and online can place bids on our eBay auction that will run throughout the following week.

AUCTION TIME: Live Call In Show from 7-9pm
Mary Beth Flannery and Eduardo Luardo come from a retail and performance art background. They are longtime fans of home shopping as they were both extremely overweight for several years and couch-ridden. They will be hosting a very special hour of Space1026 Shop From Home, “AUCTION TIME!” this December 5, 2008.

They started the show, “Auction Time” after a stint on The Antique Road Show where they were humiliated after bringing what they though was an authentic alicorn (unicorn horn).

They live and work in Narberth, Pennsylvania with their 3 cats, Chairman Meow, Col. Otis J. Whiskerson and Lord Alfred Powerbottom and their many collectible dolls.