In our latest live music experience at 255Canal, improvisation and spontaneity opened room to an evening of simultaneous experiences. The audience was absorbed by the intimacy of the space, Leah Seigel’s melodies and the tunes of Achilles Kallergis Quintet.
This special evening was once more triggered by LiYLR (Live in Your Living Room), a concept from the Netherlands that is now also based in NYC thanks to the collaboration of Kenichi Yoshioka.
If you are interested in hosting a music event in your living room, please contact: email@example.com.
Video by Martina Grilec & Warren Chow www.formedfromnothing.com
There was time for some great laughs with comedian Adam Strauss, the sweetness of TotallyWicked cupcakes www.totallywickedcakes.com and the closure of Rita Sa Entangled exhibition.
Thank you for the great evening. Hope you all enjoyed it.
Pictures by Martina Grilec
After the success of our 1st music event we are pleased to invite
you to “Live in Your Living Room” Part II at 255Canal.
This time we will be hosting 2 bands.
New York based Jazz player and composer Achilles Kallergis and guests
We look forward to seeing you.
255Canal was pleased to open a first solo exhibition in the United States with
Portuguese artist Rita Sá. ‘ Entangled’ features three distinct
projects involving painting and video that deal with various
changes on social interactions within these new environments. Separate experiences are reflected through different works: Vincent Parollo, Emo & Tick and Instances of Commediation.
Do Stop By until Nov. 6
A year after “My American Uncle” exhibition at 255Canal, Spanish artist Antonio Ortuño brings “My American Uncle” to Time Square.
On October 6 and 7 a selected group of talented New York based Spanish artists took over Times Square Plaza, featuring the newest trends on Contemporary Spanish Video Art Installations and Performance. The works immerse themselves into Times Square´s vibrant environment becoming part of its characteristic breathtaking visual presence.
Antonio Ortuño connected his images and stories from Spain bringing a
new perspective from their experience living in New York.
As the artist says “Dreams run high in New York.”
On Display from September 24 – November 24, 2010 @ Exit Art 475 Tenth Ave New York, NY