Don't miss this EXHIBITION curated by Rupert Goldsworthy OPENING this Thursday Dec 9th, 2010, 5-9pm:
— with a special screening of Brian de Palma's underground cult classic, “PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE”
Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery is pleased to present "SECRETED OTHERNESS: THE RETURN OF THE REPRESSED" a temporary group exhibition/salon in a pop-up space on New York's Lower East Side, located on the third floor of 191 Chrystie St. The exhibition is a three-day event, opening Thursday, December 9th from 5-9pm and running through Saturday November 6th. The exhibition will be open Fri-Sat from 12-6pm, and by appointment.
The show features seven artists, five of whom have a long connection with the gallery over its fifteen year on-off existence as an artist-run project between New York and Berlin. "SECRETED OTHERNESS: THE RETURN OF THE REPRESSED" includes installation, film, performance, drawing, painting, printmaking, posters, and photography.
NY-based filmmaker and artist Ned Ambler shows two new drawings and an artist's book, NY-based sculptor Chris Bogia shows a photo-installation, NY-based British painter Rupert Goldsworthy shows a hand-painted wall-size poster and a new artist's book, NY-based Scott Hug will show a print on fabric. Legendary NY performance artist Judy Nylon will make a photo installation. East Village legend Walter Robinson shows a new painting on canvas, and the historic Bristol musician/theorist Mark Stewart will show a poster.
There will also be a screening of Brian de Palma's 1974 rarely-seen cult classic “PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE” starring Paul Williams, on Thursday December 9th at 8pm, during the opening.
For further information about this exhibition, please contact the gallery by telephone at 347 583 756, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or check the gallery's website www.rupertgoldsworthy.com. After the opening, the exhibition will be open December 10th-11th, Fri-Sat from 12-6pm, and thereafter by appointment.See More