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I NEED YOUR SKULL

(je reporte le comunique de presse de l’expo “I need your skull” @ la MF Gallery de Brooklyn) )

I NEED YOU SKULL
at MF Gallery: 213 Bond St. Brooklyn, NY
Opening Party: Saturday May 22, 2010
MF Gallery is excited to present our newest show: “I Need Your Skull”, In this show, over 30 international artists were asked to present a piece depicting a human skull… All the money raised from sales of the skull art will be used to build a giant skull on the facade of the MF Gallery building.

Skulls have long been used in art as symbols of mortality, religion, eternal life, rebellion, fear, poison and more. The skulls in “I Need Your Skull” are realized in a variety of different styles and mediums. Photo realistic skulls, gruesome skulls, cartoon skulls, psychedelic skulls, dark skulls and colorful skulls. From morbid to cute, 3D or flat, these skulls are made in a variety of materials from marble to paper; and were created by a group of diverse artists, some who use skulls as the subject matter for their normalwork, and some who were asked to create a skull piece just for this show.

The artists include: Jenny Bird Alcantara, Annie Aube, Nicoz Balboa, Dave Brockie, Candy, Fernando Carpaneda, Gene Coffey, Matt Dickson, Dennis Dread, Kirsten Flaherty, Heather Gargon, Christina Graf, Guicho, Death Head, Scott Holloway, Lance Laurie, Abe Lincoln Jr., Mike Maas, Drew Maillard, Sarah Antoinette Martin, Angie Mason, Dennis McNett, Rodrigo Melo, MCA, Munk 1, Gilbert Oh, Chris Peters, Porkchop, Ed Repka, Lou Rusconi, Frank Russo, John Russo, Martina Secondo Russo, Chad Savage, Anna Semenova, Joe Simko, James Wrona, Genevive Zacconi & More…

Our dream for the new MF Gallery in Brooklyn (A.K.A. The “Fortress MF”) has always been to adorn the facade with a 20 foot 3-D skull. Made of fiberglass or a similar material, it will be reminiscent of an old Spook House ride, and would make The Fortress MF an unmissable Brooklyn Landmark! This is a big project that has been in the planning stages for a long time, but one that we have not yet been able to realize due to time and monetary constraints.

“I Need Your Skull” will help to make MF Gallery’s Giant Skull Project a reality! All of the proceeds from this show will go towards building the giant skull. As a part of this show, we will be revealing concept sketches for the construction of the “Fortress MF Skull” for the very first time!

Please join us for a rock n roll Opening Party on Saturday May 22, from 7 to 10 pm. Many of the artists will be present, and refreshments will be served. Admission is free and open to all ages. The art in “I Need Your Skull” will be on view until June 20, 2010 and will also available for viewing and purchasing online at: www.MFgallery.net. Come buy some skull art and help us build our giant skull… We Need Your Skull!!!

MF Gallery is located at 213 Bond Street, between Butler and Baltic Streets in the Gowanus area of Brooklyn, NY. Take the F or G to Bergen, (Exit at Bergen and Smith, walk 2 blocks east on Bergen. Turn right on Bond. Walk south on Bond for 3 blocks.) the A to Hoyt/ Schermerhorn, (Exit at Schermerhorn and Bond. Walk South on Bond for 8 blocks.) or the R to Union. (Exit at Union and 4th ave. Walk west on Union for 3 blocks. Turn Right on Bond. Walk North on Bond for 4 blocks.)

For more information, to request high resolution images or to set up interviews, please contact Martina Secondo Russo at info@MFgallery.net or (917)446-8681.

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SAMEDI’ 6 Septembre, une expo pour saver les baleines à LR

Le samedi 6 septembre commence l’expo WHALELESS.

(Chris Bonobo)

(Ciou)

(David R. Choquette)

(Sergio Mora)

(Jenny Bird)

(Ryan Myers)

et d’autre encore (and many more!) pour l”expo à thème sauvons les baleines à la TRUE HATE ART GALLERY de La Rochelle en collaboration avec le groupe WHALELESS: association italienne qui à comme but de sauver les baleines avec l’art que l’on aime bien.
Après une expo WHALELESS à la STRYCHNIN GALLERY de Berlin et à celle de Londres, voilà que cette expo arrive au bord de l’océan, à La Rochelle.
Dans les murs rouges de la TRUE HATE ART GALLERY des artistes du monde entier: de l’Italie à l’Amérique en passant par la chine, le canada, la Hollande et l’Espagne, se rencontrent pour participer un peu plus activement pour empêcher la disparition des baleines car, écoutez bien, les bénéfices de cette expo iront à une association de sauvegarde des baleines !

Nicoletta Zanchi

LISTE des artistes WHALELESS:

France :

Amandine Urruty (momotte. maisondrole.
com)

Ciou (ciou.
fr)

Chris Bonobo (myspace.
com/chrisbonobo)

Karotte (myspace.
com/katacumbalips)

Mat Vullo (mateovullo.
com)

Mme Gruiikkk (gruiikkk.
org)

Italy :

Anna Tufano (myspace.
com/piratesforeverandever)

Cesko (finterspoone. wordpress.
com)

Elena rapa (elenarapa.
com)

Giuliano Sale (myspace.
com/giulianosale)

Marco “About” Bevivino (marcobevivino.
com)

Maurizio “Bombo” Santucci (bomboland.
com)

Morg (morg.
it)

Nicoz Balboa (nicozbalboa. free.
fr)

Olimpia Zagnoli (olimpiazagnoli.
com)

Silvia Argiolas (myspace.
com/silviaargiolas)

Silvia Idili (myspace.
com/silviaidili)

Spain:

Sergio Mora (sergiomora.
com)

Holland:

Lina Stigsson (myspace.
com/linastigsson)

Belgium:

Peggy Van Reeth (peggy-v.
net)

China:

Kokomoo (myspace.
com/kokomoo)

Usa :

Bethany Marchman (myspace.
com/bmarchman)

Jenny Bird (jennybirdart.
com)

Ryan Myers (rmyersart.
com)

Frank & Martina Secondo Russo (www. mfgallery.
net)

Canada :

David R Choquette (myspace.
com/davidchoquette)

Mimi Traillette (myspace.
com/mimitraillette)

Jean “Turf One” Labourdette (turfizm.
com)


TRUE HATE ART GALLERY
2 ter rue des Carmes
17000 La Rochelle
france

website:
www. truehateartgallery.
com
myspace:
myspace.
com/truehateartgallery