Thursday, July 12, 2012

Klughaus & Sacred Galleries

Klughaus & Memes NYC presents, "Oh No He Didn't" a solo exhibition,
by Ricky Powell. Featuring never-before-seen images
from the legendary New York City Photographer.

Klughaus Gallery, 47 Monroe street, NYC.

 Ricky Powell with his transistor radio in hand.

“Oh No He Didn’t!” will feature a carefully curated collection of fifteen old and new Powell images, including photographs of Warhol and Basquiat on their way to their famous Tony Shafrazi gallery show in Soho in 1985, Madonna getting “zooted” with gal pals Sandra Berhard and Debi Mazar in ‘88, New York graffiti dynamic duo ZEPHYR and REVOLT, and a mix of other assorted colorful characters. Rounding out the collection are gorgeous environmental portraits of New York City.

Pierre Gutierrez & Victor Fung Klughaus owners.

Jessica Lucas Gallery Manager.

Ricky with his Run DMC photo.

Limited Edition Ricky Powell T-Shirts by Memes NYC are available.

Klughaus Gallery hours will be extended during the Ricky Powell show. We will be open all weekdays from 1-7pm and weekends from 12-6pm. 

Sacred Gallery

Presents: Martina Secondo Russo & Angie Mason.
Sacred Gallery 424 Broadway, 2nd floor, NYC.
July 7th through August 3, 2012.

Curator of the show, Frankie Velez and friend.

Editor of the Corsair, Ron Mwagaguhunga with Ottilie.

Artist, Angie Mason with one of her paintings.

Angie Mason was born in Northern New Jersey but was uprooted quite often during her younger years. This chaotic, disjointed upbringing helped inform her visual imagination and sensibilities. Currently Angie took root in Northern New Jersey where she resides and works. She is a 1997 graduate of Parsons School of Design in New York City. Her extensive body of work has centered on a visual examination of modern life in a unique and sometimes frightening look through a ‘grotesque folk-pop lens’ of character narratives. Angie has had solo and group exhibitions in both museum and galleries throughout the United States and internationally.

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