Archive for September, 2004
BA? MFA? Eff art school, you can get famous by taking snapshots & showing your privates.
A collection of rare, limited, vintage and artist collaborated sneakers. 57 Thames St., 2nd FL (Corner of Thames and Knickerbocker) Brooklyn (Williamsburg). Opening Reception Friday September 3rd 8PM. Info: www.sneakerpimpsusa.com.
In present day, Second2Last’s art of choice would most commonly be called Hip Hop, but their new album Babble-On, is much more than a musical genre. 217 Bowery Street. Doors open at 7:30-10PM. FREE w/ RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org.
T his improvisational narrative is part mockumentary, part soap opera, part tragicomedy. At a moment when protestors are using their own naked bodies to puncture political complacency, Exit the Apple’s breakthrough film invokes the power of dark comedy to ask vital questions about art, revolution and talk shows. 30 Lafayette Avenue. Brooklyn, NY. Showtimes are 2PM, 4:30PM, 6:50PM, and 9:30PM.
Before getting pushed out of a neighborhood they helped gentrify, this cool shop had been a mainstay for the music nerd and tragically hip. I’m glad they’re back! The new store is an illmatic sensory experience with a wooded forest tree house theme (don’t be afraid to step on the magical stones). 57 Pearl Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn. 8-10PM.
Directed by Shola Lynch this new documentary chronicles Chisholm’s journey from Concord Baptist Church in Bed-Stuy to the Democratic National Convention in Miami. On-site voter registration on opening weekend. 30 Lafayette Avenue. Brooklyn, NY. Schedule.
Come get a look at Hip Hop’s new talents. 327 Bowery, Dumbo, Brooklyn. 10PM.