Emily Segal: “Suzannegeiss.net” for Suzanne Geiss Company
July 15 – July 22
Suzanne Geiss Company presents suzannegeiss.net, a series of online artist projects. Each week the domain suzannegeiss.net will be handed over to a diferent artist or group. The content of the site will be dictated by each collaborator for their given week – the gallery having no part in the design or content. This project takes a look at the multifaceted use of the web in relation to artistic practice. Emily Segal is a writer and artist New York. She is the cofounder of the trend forecasting report K-HOLE and a strategist at the branding firm Wolff Olins.
And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music at Friedman Benda
July 16 – August 17
Opening: July 16, 6-9PM
515 West 26th Street
From the outgoing and flamboyant to the introverted and lonesome, the show assesses the culture of nightlife – its customs and expectations – through the art it has provoked from the 1970s to the present.
Group exhibition curated by Thorsten Albertz. Artists include: Nan Goldin, Natalie Frank, Andreas Gurksy, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rosson Crow, Agathe Snow, Bill Beckley, Andy Warhol.
“Spectrum Suite” at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery
July 18 – August 16
327 Broome Street
Organized by Ned Colclough. Artists include: Elaine Cameron-Weir, Laeh Glenn, Anya Kielar, Hanna Sandin, Patricia Treib, Betty Woodman.
Emily Ludwig Shaffer
Imagery taken from AH HOLE AH HOLE and Petrella’s Imports
Courtesy The Suzanne Geiss Company, NY.