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A mosaic of 160 people who make the East Village what it is.
The founder of the art space, Steve Cannon, says negotiations are coming to a close.
At 23, Jessie Mac is one of New York’s youngest curators. Tonight at 9 p.m., her third show at Gathering of the Tribes, ’93 Til Infinity, closes with a party featuring a screening of Captured, the 2008 documentary about Clayton Patterson.
The papers were served yesterday, but a case between the art space’s founder and landlord is still pending in State Supreme Court.
The art space’s fight against its landlord rages on.
Meanwhile, the art space is hosting a new exhibition, “Exquisite Poop: Blind Reproduction.”
Inside the opening of an exhibition to raise money for Steve Cannon’s legal battle against the landlord who is attempting to push him out of his apartment and art space, Gathering of the Tribes.
The latest East Village gallery openings, including openings at TT Underground, The Hole, Fuse Gallery, Gathering of the Tribes, and Milavec Hakimi Gallery.
A new owner of the building would presumably stop Steve Cannon’s pending eviction and pave the way for more Gathering of the Tribes events.
Ruth Spencer Steve Cannon, founder of Gathering of the Tribes. Tribes is fighting back. The landlord attempting to evict Gathering of the Tribes has no right to do so, and actually owes the founder of the quirky arts group at least $8,400, a new lawsuit alleges. In December, Lorraine Zhang, the landlord of 285 East […]
A quick history of Gathering of the Tribes, which is facing possible eviction.
The eviction order has been served, but two parties are scheduled for this month at the embattled art space.
Readers have reacted to the possible disappearance of two neighborhood longtimers – Polonia and A Gathering for the Tribes – with pity for the tenants and the landlords.
After defying his landlord’s repeated requests to stop holding events at A Gathering of the Tribes, Steve Cannon,who founded the homegrown gallery in 1991, has received a notice ordering him to vacate his East Third Street live-work space by Feb. 1.
The landlord says she’s had enough, and that the events at Gathering of the Tribes must end immediately.
And in the meantime, a preservationist group has pressed for the building to be granted landmark status.
A new exhibit at A Gathering of the Tribes is inspired partly by the Third Street gallery’s blind owner, Steve Cannon.
A look at the latest exhibit at A Gathering of the Tribes, inspired in part by the owner’s blindness.
An exhibition is inspired by the blindness of Steve Cannon, a local legend on the poetry scene.
The Local attends the creation of the latest issue of “What Happens Next,” an assembly magazine made up of poems, collages and drawings and which is produced at Gathering of Tribes.