110 North 1st Street, Brooklyn
Curated by Scott Hug
K48 magazine is proud to announce the opening of our “Kult 48 Klubhouse,” curated by Scott Hug. We have temporarily taken over the Deitch Projects Brooklyn space on North 1st Street at Berry in Williamsburg. Our opening party will take place on Friday, November 21, 2003, from 6 PM to midnight. There will be art installations by Michael Magnan, Daniel Joseph, Timmy Dowling, Andrew Guenther, Mike Paré, Matthew Jackson, Justin Samson, and many others, plus performances by Phiiliip and Avenue D! The new issue of K48 will be available for a special price of $10.
The exhibition will take the form of an abandoned house in the country. A cult of rebel artists has occupied the disused space for meetings and secret rituals in the romantic spirit of joining together to fight the evil forces of corporate oppression. “Kult 48 Klubhouse” will operate as a creative hideaway for multidisciplinary artists and their comrades. A place to hang out and socialize, organize protests and project utopian fantasies. We will provide a social structure for a growing community of collaborative projects. There’s a stage for bands to rehearse and perform. Future performances by new talent will be announced during the duration of our stay at Deitch Projects.
The show will also feature provocative works by several artists, including Mary Nicholson, Tyson Reeder, Chris Verene, Paul P., Jocko Weyland, Suzanne Ackerman, Dearraindrop, Matthew Brannon, PFFR, Keith Mayerson, Peter Coffin, Slava Mogutin, Sam Gordon, Tracy Nakayama, Billy Miller, Bengala, David West, Frank Webster, Bruce LaBruce, Devendra Banhart, Rachel Howe, Banks Violette, Ian Cooper, Scott Treleaven, Arnoud Holleman, Michael Meads, Giles Miller & Anna Sew Hoy, Jesse Bransford & Lorenzo De Los Angeles, assume vivid astro focus, Jeff Davis, Hanna Liden, Grant Worth, Robert Kitchen, Paul Brainard, Serge Kliaving, Hiroshi Sunairi, Kathy Grayson, Jeremy Yoder, Amy Steiner, Rosson Crow, Lucky DeBellevue, Jake Ewert, Stephen Stolicker, and others. Our combined efforts will be a strong voice against the ever-pervasive Imperial Administration. Keep up the good fight!
—from the press release
March 8 - 11, 2018
We will present a special solo project by the artist JR.
Image: JR, Migrants, Walking New York City, 2015
April - May 2018
18 Wooster Street
76 Grand Street
New York, NY 10013
Monday – Friday
10 AM – 6 PM
Tuesday – Saturday
Noon – 6 PM
The gallery reopens with People in April 2018.
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