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Let Fury Have The Hour

A new documentary by Antonino D'Ambrosio about the power of art and music to effect social change.

New Work by Andre Feliciano, Everett Kane, Nuno Henrique

New work by artists Andrea Feliciano, Everett Kane, Nuno Henrique

Bundith Phunsombatlert

Bundith Phunsombatlert (Thailand) Asian Cultural Council “As
 an
 artist
 living
 in
 Thailand
 for
 the
 past
 decade
 and
 now
 residing
 in
 the
 US,
 I
 have
 reflected
 on
 ever‐changing 
social, 
economic,
 and political
 situations,
 particularly
 in 
the 
framework 
of 
globalization. 
 I 
seek
 to
 analyze
 and
 synthesize
 these
 issues
 within
 the
 context
 of
 history
 to
 form
 art
 […]

Xtracurricular: Jill Magid

Artist talk by Jill Magid. While on a research trip, Magid witnessed a mysterious shooting on the steps of the Texas State Capitol by Fausto Cardenas. Nothing is known of Cardenas’s motivations, but his gesture of shooting into the sky on the steps of the capitol, where he knew he would be immediately captured, reads symbolically as both tragic and poetic. Magid connects his action to Faust, an obvious but ultimately fruitful and complex avenue of exploration, as Goethe’s nineteenth-century drama traffics in similar themes of tragedy, psychology, and futility.

Lovisa Ringborg

Lovisa Ringborg (Sweden) Hasselblad Foundation Lovisa Ringborg started as a painter and the influence of painting, especially the Flemish and Baroque artists, is evident in her work. ‘In all of my pictures, I have worked in a painterly way, with texture and colours in the photographs. Coming from painting, that’s a natural way for me […]

Hannes Mahlte Mahler: Drawing Centrifuge

A special performance by German artist Hannes Mahlte Mahler in which the artist will draw your wishes. Curated by Jovana Stokic.

Yes, But…

An exhibition of keynote works by Vik Muniz and new works from Alexandra Mota de Aguiar, Mattias Ericsson, Wojtek Doroszuk, and Zhou Tao

Janez Jansa: Name Readymade

A talk by Janez Jansa, one of three artists who changed their names to that of the Slovenian Prime Minister in order to question the nature of identity, ownership and authenticity.

Jean Shin: And we move

Video exhibit by American artist-in-residence Jean Shin. An exploration of the nature of music and the artists who make it.

Daniel Andersson & Tseng Yu-chin

We are pleased to present new work by Daniel Andersson (Finland) and by Tseng Yu-chin (Taiwan), participants of the International Residency Program this year.

2×2: New Randy & Bob Holman w/ Vito Ricci

2×2 brings together two poet/musician duos in a night of New Poetry, Old School styleNew Randy is poet Holly Anderson and musician Lisa B. Burns. Bob Holman, proprietor of the Bowery Poetry Club, collaborates with musician Vito Ricci.

2×2: New Randy & Bob Holman w/ Vito Ricci

2×2 brings together two poet/musician duos in a night of New Poetry, Old School styleNew Randy is poet Holly Anderson and musician Lisa B. Burns. Bob Holman, proprietor of the Bowery Poetry Club, collaborates with musician Vito Ricci.

Snake Alley @ Taipei Cultural Center

Snake Alley @ Taipei Cultural Center on March 19, 6-8pm Location: 1 East 42nd Street NYC 10017 (close to 5th Ave.) Snake Alley is part of Asian Contemporary Art Week which connects leading New York City galleries and museums in a citywide event comprising of public programs such as exhibitions, receptions, lectures and performances. The […]

Alessandro Nassiri – ISE Foundation

ISE CULTURAL FOUNDATION Détourned Menu: Food in the Form of Activism March 07 – April 25, 2008 555 Broadway, 10012, New York, Ny Opening Reception & Performance by Cori Crowley & Bert Bergen Friday, March 7, 6pm – 8pm. Artist by Erik Carver & Howard Huang, The Center for Tactical Magic, Cori Crowley & Bert […]

Rob Kennedy (Scotland)


Rob Kennedy lives and works in Glasgow. His work shifts between sculpture, video and live video manipulation. Rob studied BA (hons) Fine Art at Brighton Polytechnic from 1987-1990.Rob Kennedy's residency at Location One is supported by The Scottish Arts Council.

IXTLAN STOP by Yoon-Young Park

Sep. 11th to November 4th, 2007 Arario Gallery www.arariogallery.co.kr #354-1 Shinbu-dong, Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea Tel : 82 41 551 5100,5101 Fax : 82 41 551 5102 PRESS RELEASE ————————————————————————– IXTLAN STOP Her work is a restructuring of a mysterious event that unfolds in a dreamlike manner, the way a mystery novel develops as the investigator […]

OHW with Nathalie Angles and Miguel Amado

Nathalie Anglès, Director of the Residency Program at Location One, invited guest Miguel Amado (Curator and critic, Curatorial Fellow at Rhizome.org) for a walk-through and discussion of the exhibition. The exhibition featureed new work and installations developed by nine artists who were in residence at Location One in 2006-2007. Representing a diverse range of artistic approaches and many are works in progress.

Nine International Artists Exhibit

June 2nd – July 28th, 2007

Location One presented the second IRP group show of the 2006-2007 season, and featured new work developed by resident artists. The exhibition represented a diverse range of artistic approaches and many are works in progress.

Project Gallery Events & Exhibitions

SELECTED PAST EXHIBITIONS: Main Gallery Exhibitions>> Rudy Shepherd: Portraits July 8-31, 2009 In “Portraits,” American Artist-in-Residence Rudy Shepherd presents a series of recent works that challenge and transcend traditional notions of who and what is a worthy subject of high-art portraiture, e.g., criminals, anonymous Taliban members, black heroes, or houses.The painted portraits in Shepherd’s “Criminal/Victim” […]

Project Gallery Events & Exhibitions

SELECTED PAST EXHIBITIONS: Main Gallery Exhibitions>> Rudy Shepherd: Portraits July 8-31, 2009 In “Portraits,” American Artist-in-Residence Rudy Shepherd presents a series of recent works that challenge and transcend traditional notions of who and what is a worthy subject of high-art portraiture, e.g., criminals, anonymous Taliban members, black heroes, or houses.The painted portraits in Shepherd’s “Criminal/Victim” […]

Bundith Phunsombatlert (Thailand)

Bundith Phunsombatlert (Thailand) In recent years Mr. Phumsombatlert has used printmaking processes in developing three-dimensional objects which are included in mixed media installations. Social issues and a critical awareness of our consumerist society are a dominant feature in his work.

International Residency Program 2005-2006 – Group Show I

On Thursday, February 9th, Location One presented the first of two Spring exhibitions showcasing new work developed by artists from Italy, France, Germany, Korea, and Portugal who are participating in the 2005-2006 International Residency Program. Featured works represent a diverse range of artistic approaches.

Brian Whitman, “Music to Computers”

“Computer music” should not be “fast composition–” a human composer’s belief propagated through their model 1.2 billion times a second, it should be the residuals of a machine’s listening and expressive capabilities.

Brian Whitman, "Music to Computers"

“Computer music” should not be “fast composition–” a human composer’s belief propagated through their model 1.2 billion times a second, it should be the residuals of a machine’s listening and expressive capabilities.

Qing Hua Porcelain (Blue & White)

Qing Hua Porcelain (Blue & White) is a new video/sound installation in which Xu Tan explores the differences in American and Chinese cultural interpretations of what is “real” and what is “fake”. Although each culture distinguishes and classifies “real” from “fake”, neither clearly defines these terms.

Qing Hua Porcelain (Blue & White)

Qing Hua Porcelain (Blue & White) is a new video/sound installation in which Xu Tan explores the differences in American and Chinese cultural interpretations of what is “real” and what is “fake”. Although each culture distinguishes and classifies “real” from “fake”, neither clearly defines these terms.

Qing Hua Porcelain (Blue & White)

Qing Hua Porcelain (Blue & White) is a new video/sound installation in which Xu Tan explores the differences in American and Chinese cultural interpretations of what is “real” and what is “fake”. Although each culture distinguishes and classifies “real” from “fake”, neither clearly defines these terms.

Atsushi Nishijima with Yuzo Sakuraomoto

Subtractive Creation/Visible Sound

A Multimedia Installation by composer and visual artist Atsushi Nishijima

The Themersons + The Remake of Pharmacy

Perhaps the most influential of Polish cutting-edge artists, the Themersons produced five short films between 1930 and 1937 in Warsaw that rank among the greatest of European avant-garde: Pharmacy, Europa, Moment Musical, Short Circuit and The Adventure of a Good Citizen.

RECORDERS

Recorders is an installation where a rotating camera and video projector interact with the visitor in a game of shadows and projection, images and text, narration and space, focus and blur. A pre-recorded conversation acts as voice-over for the entire set-up which is encompassed by a large image that resembles something like bits of information, white noise or a glittery seascape.

Vivisection

The initiation of our film/video program with “Vivisection”, a video installation featuring work by Lisa Bateman, Janene Higgins, Luther Price, Miroslaw Rogala, and Carolee Schneemann.This work will appear in the gallery and will be streamed on our website.