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Kathy Grayson’s gallery, The Hole, leads the pack of galleries that have opened up downtown recently. Before a show of paintings by Lola Montes Schnabel (daughter of Julian), she took her act to Miami Beach. The Local followed.
A mosaic of 160 people who make the East Village what it is.
A roundup of this morning’s news, including two new art shows, a new play, photos of the neighborhood in the 80s, an interview with Jimmy from Trash & Vaudeville, and more.
After hosting a dinner party that introduced attendees to the medium of “pour painting,” The Hole will open a pop-up artist cafe, cheekily dubbed Hole Foods.
It’s The Hole’s most ambitious installation yet: With funding from an unlikely patron – Playboy – the Bowery gallery has transformed into a fecund, fragrant landscape complete with a bridge and lily pond in the back corner.
A full recap of last night’s Community Board 3 liquor licensing committee meeting.
The $5 roast beef sandwich will return, but now there may also be seafood from Gloucester, Mass.
Laura O’Reilly and Derrick B. Harden seek to bring The Hole’s art beyond its four walls, starting with a project where the paintings are hidden in plain sight.
Two new curators hope that the large piece of “extreme tagging” on the cement wall at Bowery and Houston will quell concerns about over-sized street art from some members of the community.