Thursday, May 03, 2007

Taliah Lempert show updates/ news;

I've said many times in the past that Taliah Lempert is one of my favorite artists and I truly love her bicycle paintings. If you are anywhere near one of her shows, I highly recommend you check it out.

Here's the info;

May is Bike Month in NYC and there’s a lot going on.

I’ll be painting at the Bike NY festival,

If you’re riding, look for me at the end,

I’ll be in the Commerce Bank Tent.

I’m super excited to be having a show at my favorite community museum,

The City Relilquary.

The City Reliquary Presents Paintings of Taliah Lempert

Runs from May 5-June 10th, open Saturday and Sunday, 12noon to 6pm

There’s an opening reception on Thursday, May 10, 7-10pm.

It’s going to be fun, so come if you can!

I also have work in two group shows.

The first one, Why I Ride

Opens tonight, May 3 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm at several Lower East Side venues.

My work is at NYC Velo at 64 Second Ave.

The second group show is called Joy Ride

It opens Thursday, May 17th from 6-12 and runs through the 21st,

open daily from 12-7 At Fountain Head Films, 33 W 17 St., near 5th Avenue.

Joy Ride is part of the Bicycle Film Festival, which is going to be great!

The City Reliquary and the Bicycle Film Festival are having cycling related street fairs. I’ll have a booth at both fairs with prints, drawings and a bunch of stuff

The City Reliquary’s Bicycle Fetish Day is on May 26th from 12noon – 6pm

On Havemeyer Street between Hope and Grand Streets.

The Bicycle Film Festival’s Street Party is Saturday afternoon, May 19th on Second Street at 2nd Avenue.

and finally, my annual class, Drawing the bicycle, is on May 29th, 6:30-9:30pm.

It’s free, but space is limited, so if you want to come, sign up soon!




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1 comment:

James said...

Makes me wish I was going to NY for ICFF this year. I was there last year at this time and I still missed her show in Brooklyn though. One of these years I make it to one.