June 17, 2010

Tribeca Tornadoes

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the calm before the storm. photo credit: ulysses pizarro, janna olson

Huge thanks to Cubic Zirconia and Nick Hook for a great Tribeca pop-up show! Tuesday night just over 200 people funneled into Damon Dash's DD172 gallery/performance space which, tonight, is host to the launch of "Joyride," the 10th Anniversary Bicycle Film Festival.

CZ tore it up down under while the art above ground peaked the atmospheric charge - Julian Gilbert's photos from the road, Ulysses Pizarro's Inner City Avant Garde street art and TINSQUO's own Joan of Arc Riding My Little Pony debuting with the 7-month Tornado Series. Everybody pulsing to Vin Sol beats and the gale force, live debut of Black & Blue navigated the aftermath with dizzied smiles.

Props, too, to Sammy for tech assistance and general coolness.

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Posted by janna at June 17, 2010 04:47 PM
Comments

Congratulations Mark and Janna!
"Tornadoes" looks terrific in that space. I hope some people were blown away. The details show a remarkable dynamism in the individual brush strokes and the whole mosaic must amplify the effect! I will do some whirling to try to get into the mood though I am hundreds of miles away. In fact my ladies, dogs and I huddled in the lowest-level bathroom recently while tornado sirens blew. All is well now.
Gust on...
Denis

Posted by: Denis Kelly at June 18, 2010 07:39 PM