Fun Friday Night Seeing Art on the Bowery

LuloffHad fun seeing art last night with Kyle, and the city was surprisingly quiet, especially for a Friday. The subways, sidewalks, and galleries were not so crowded, which made getting around in the cold and ice almost a piece o’ cake.

The exhibit I tweeted about by Laurel Luloff was a highlight of the art we saw. Her paintings are a breath of summer, with several of them hung as floating, transparent, colored sails. We also enjoyed the mouse drawings of Jashin Friederich. The show is up through March 1, at The Hole, 312 Bowery. Here are the pictures I took, including one of Kyle and Luloff, plus info on Skit, curated by Tisch Abelow, the other exhibit currently at the gallery.

4 replies
  1. Tom Leland says:

    Reading The Fourth Angel, by John Rechy, a receipt falls from the pages: dated 9/9/83, Under Cover Books; the other book the person purchased that day (ISBN was on receipt) was Delcorso’s Gallery

    • Philip Turner says:

      Thanks for letting me know, and glad to have my old bookstore referenced here. A second-hand book you bought, or a copy that someone you knew passed down to you? Did you shop at Undercover? I worked there that year, left the stores in ’85. If you were a customer, I may’ve answered your queries.

  2. Lauren Luloff says:

    Thanks for posting! Great pictures- I’d love a copy of higher res. if you care to share!!! So nice to meet you and Kyle.


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