GRACE EXHIBITION SPACE at FOUNTAIN ART FAIR!!
FOUNTAIN ART FAIR At The Armory in Manhattan Lexington Ave & 25th St
Performances in Booth G104, the Lobby and Outside
PERFORMANCES AT 68 LEXINGTON AVENUE AT 25TH STREET!
Friday, March 8 - Sunday, March 10
SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES
Friday March 8
Booth G104: Alice Vogler 1-7 pm & Mideo Cruz 8-11 pm / Lobby: Whitney V Hunter 1-6 pm
Saturday March 9
Booth G104 Rob Andrews 1 - 5 pm & Ryan Hawk 5:30 - 7:50 pm / Lobby: Hector Canonge 3 - 7 pm / Outside: Matthew Silver 1- 4 pm
Sunday March 10
Booth G104: Glasshouse Project 1 - 7 pm / Lobby: Miao Jiaxin / Outside: Matthew Silver 1- 4 pmFor more info about the performers visit:
ALSO COMING UP: CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE is a series of four hour continuous performances taking place every Saturday.Visit the website for more info:
And don't forget to visit the ALICE CHILTON GALLERY FOR PERFORMANCE ART
The ALICE CHILTON GALLERY is a new gallery specializing in Performance Art with live performances plus performance-related materials: catalogues, limited-edition prints, videos, scores and artifacts
ABOUT GRACE EXHIBITION SPACE for PERFORMANCE ART
Grace Exhibition Space opened in 2006 and is devoted exclusively to Performance Art. We offer an opportunity to experience visceral and challenging performance works by the current generation of international performance artists, whether emerging, mid career or established. Being a Brooklyn loft, our events are presented on the floor, not on a stage, dissolving the boundary between artist and viewer. We believe this is how performance art is meant to be experienced.
"There is no designated stage area, blurring the line between audience and performer, and seating is sparse, as participating in the performance is encouraged. The unknown terrifies you, and yet something, maybe this very feeling, pushes you inside. Welcome to Grace Exhibition Space." Terri Ciccoe. Bushwick Daily January, 2013
"On each night, and in each performance, the human body is redeemed from the mundane and made anew." David Lagaccia, Williamsburg Greenpoint News+Art (June, 2012)