Love is in the air and I’m slowly crawling out of the cave of my extended winter hybernation: just in time for two much anticipated events.
The first is Single Fare 3, the third installation of the series brought to you by Michael Kagan and Jean-Pierre Roy, which invites artists to imaginatively transform a utilitarian New York City MetroCard into a pocket-sized work of art. The show opens at 6pm (tomorrow) February 13th at RH Gallery.
Then, starting at 9pm at Kraine Gallery , Dina Brodsky and Bonnie DeWitt bring us “Ladies” a show comprising artwork by all women: a little Galentines treat just in time for February 14th.
Thankfully, Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow. Early Spring? I say, bring it on.
The Knife released a short-film by Marit Östberg for the first single off their forthcoming album Shaking The Habitual which is full of themes that we know so well from the brother-sister duo. Anti-establishment, political, anti-hate, pro-LGBT are fully prominent, especially now that they have reached critical mass and exposure; they have a larger platform to express their views and make a statement. They’ve already announced their European tour dates on their website http://theknife.net with US dates to follow soon.