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The New Yorker, Nov. 7th, 2011

November 4, 2011

 

 

 

 

The New Yorker has published a beautiful version of Yuval Yairi’s “Agnon’s Library” in this week’s issue.

 

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How much fun does this sound?

November 3, 2011

http://brooklynbybikeperformaride.eventbrite.com/

While public transportation to Red Hook, Brooklyn is known for being difficult, perhaps the best way to get there is by bike!

Brooklyn by Bike is offering a bike tour of the new bike path that travels along the Brooklyn Waterfront ending the ride at Kidd Yellin Gallery to catch Tamar Ettun’s multi-media installation and performance piece Saturday, November 12th.

 

Anita, from Brooklyn by Bike says:

This is a casual ride and a fun oportunity to meet fellow bike loving folks as we check out some lesser known spots in Brooklyn.

 

Event Details:

Meet at Grand Army Arch @ 3:30pm

Free

Paris Photo 2011

November 2, 2011

For those of you traveling to Paris for Paris Photo, keep an eye out for Andrea Meislin Gallery.

Booth A58

Paris Photo Book Signings

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

1 pm

Naomi Leshem, “Sleepers”, “Runways”, Andrea Meislin Gallery– A58

4 pm

Michal Chelbin, Andrea Meislin Gallery – A58

Tal Shochat Exhibition Review – The New Yorker

October 27, 2011

 

GOINGS ON ABOUT TOWN: ART

TAL SHOCHAT

 

 

The Israeli photographer’s pictures have a stylized, storybook quality. Shot against pitch-black backdrops and lit like monuments, solitary trees are isolated from the landscape, emphasizing their power as symbols of abundance, endurance, and fertility. Grapefruit, pomegranate, peach, and persimmon trees, photographed at the peak of their growing cycles, are so laden with fruit that they look artificial. It’s a set designer’s version of Eden—extravagantly bountiful but oddly unnatural. Through Nov. 5.

 

Through November 5

MEISLIN

526 W. 26th St., New York, N.Y.

212-627-2552

andreameislin.com

 

 

Tal Shochat, “In Praise of a Dream” Review – DART

October 27, 2011

Thank you Peggy Roalf, of Design Arts Daily, for a wonderful exhibition review of Tal Shochat’s “In Praise of a Dream.” Follow the link here.

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to see the show, the exhibition has been extended through November 5th. So there is still time!

 

Tal Shochat, "Rimon (Pomegranate)", 2010, C-Print

Tamar Ettun

October 26, 2011

I am excited to announce that Ms. Ettun will be participating in Performa 11 this year. The New York Times mentions her in the Arts Section this week. Tamar Ettun’s installation and performance One Thing Leads to Another occurs inside an overturned hot air balloon where dancers perform tasks abstracted from Homer’s The Odyssey.

 

Tamar Ettun

Performa, One Thing Leads to Another

@ Recess Kid Yellin in Red Hook, Brooklyn

Nov. 12th 3 – 6pm

Free

 

 

As a continuation of the Performa installation, One Thing Leads to Another: Part 2, will be presented at the Andrea Meislin Gallery the following week.

 

Tamar Ettun

One Thing Leads to Another: Part 2

@ Andrea Meislin Gallery

Nov. 19th – Dec. 17th

Opening reception, Nov. 19th, from 4-6pm

 


Gallery Hours during the Holidays

September 30, 2011

The gallery will be closed Saturday October 8th, 2011 in observance of Yom Kippur.

For the rest of October, the gallery will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 10-6pm.

Feel free to call or email should you have any questions.

(212) 627-2552

info@andreameislin.com

 

Happy Holidays!

Andrea Meislin Gallery