1. #dailyoperation #nicecollabs

    #dailyoperation #nicecollabs

  2. austinkleon:

    The notebooks of Mitch Hedberg

  3. 29 May 2013

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Artist Discussion: Maria Calandra’s Pencil in the Studio
Please join us for an informal artists’ discussion about Maria Calandra’s Pencil in the Studio. It will include a group of the artists featured in the project: Michael Mahalchick, Jess Fuller, Mike Olin, Elisa Lendvay, Lauren Luloff, Christine Heindl and Erik den Breejen. And Maria Calandra! It will be moderated by curator Jon Lutz.
In other news, Maria’s exhibition was covered in the Wall Street Journal and The New York Sun:
Wall Street Journal: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324102604578493261895227262.html
The New York Sun:http://www.nysun.com/arts/inside-the-artists-studio/88308/
Pencil in the Studio by Maria Calandra is a selection of the drawings that have been featured on her blog, also titled Pencil in the Studio. The show coincides with the two-year mark since the blogs’ conception and will be the first time they have been seen in an extensive survey. The exhibition opens Saturday, May 18th from 6 to 9 pm and will be up through late June.
With Pencil in the Studio, Maria Calandra discovers another way to look at the role of the studio in an artist’s development. Featuring the studios of some of the most dynamic emerging and established artists working today, her drawings are focused on being anthropological studies of her contemporaries. She usually spends an entire day with them drawing, observing, talking and writing. Not only does she render their works, supplies, and source materials, but she also hones in on what makes each of them naturally distinctive. Paintings in progress are stacked on paint cans, brushes are scattered about, pets hang out, and detritus piles up. It’s a humble exploration and exoneration of the present and a sweet vision of the studio as a location for the practice of success and failure. 
The artists that she has featured in the series thus far: Andy Cross, Ariel Dill, Chris Martin, Christine Heindl, Chuck Webster, Daniel Heidkamp, EJ Hauser, Elisa Lendvay, Erik den Breejen, Inna Babaeva, Ivin Ballen, Jay Gaskill, Jess Fuller, JJ Manford, Joe Ballweg, Jon Lutz, Joshua Abelow, Jovi Schnell, Joy Curtis, Karla Wozniak, Katherine Bradford, Katherine Newbegin, Kees den Breejen, Kelly McRaven, Keltie Ferris, Lauren Luloff, Liz Ainslie, Matt Jones, Marnet Larson, Michael Berryhill, Michael Mahalchick, Mike Olin, Rob Nadeau, Ron Amstutz, Sarah Mattes, Tamara Gonzales, and Vince Contarino. 
Maria Calandra lives and works in Brooklyn. She is a graduate of the Cornell University MFA program and has exhibited with Norte Maar, Daily Operation, DNA Gallery, Shoot the Lobster and Storefront. 
See Pencil in the Studio online at: pencilinthestudio.blogspot.com.
Sardine is located on the ground floor of 286 Stanhope Street between Wyckoff and Irving Avenues in Bushwick, Brooklyn, one block from the Dekalb L train and near the Knickerbocker M. For more information, please visit sardinebk.com. Contact: Lacey Fekishazy and Jon Lutz at sardinebk@gmail.com.

Friday night!

    sardinebk:

    Artist Discussion: Maria Calandra’s Pencil in the Studio

    Please join us for an informal artists’ discussion about Maria Calandra’s Pencil in the Studio. It will include a group of the artists featured in the project: Michael Mahalchick, Jess Fuller, Mike Olin, Elisa Lendvay, Lauren Luloff, Christine Heindl and Erik den Breejen. And Maria Calandra! It will be moderated by curator Jon Lutz.

    In other news, Maria’s exhibition was covered in the Wall Street Journal and The New York Sun:

    Wall Street Journal: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324102604578493261895227262.html

    The New York Sun:http://www.nysun.com/arts/inside-the-artists-studio/88308/

    Pencil in the Studio by Maria Calandra is a selection of the drawings that have been featured on her blog, also titled Pencil in the Studio. The show coincides with the two-year mark since the blogs’ conception and will be the first time they have been seen in an extensive survey. The exhibition opens Saturday, May 18th from 6 to 9 pm and will be up through late June.

    With Pencil in the Studio, Maria Calandra discovers another way to look at the role of the studio in an artist’s development. Featuring the studios of some of the most dynamic emerging and established artists working today, her drawings are focused on being anthropological studies of her contemporaries. She usually spends an entire day with them drawing, observing, talking and writing. Not only does she render their works, supplies, and source materials, but she also hones in on what makes each of them naturally distinctive. Paintings in progress are stacked on paint cans, brushes are scattered about, pets hang out, and detritus piles up. It’s a humble exploration and exoneration of the present and a sweet vision of the studio as a location for the practice of success and failure. 

    The artists that she has featured in the series thus far: Andy Cross, Ariel Dill, Chris Martin, Christine Heindl, Chuck Webster, Daniel Heidkamp, EJ Hauser, Elisa Lendvay, Erik den Breejen, Inna Babaeva, Ivin Ballen, Jay Gaskill, Jess Fuller, JJ Manford, Joe Ballweg, Jon Lutz, Joshua Abelow, Jovi Schnell, Joy Curtis, Karla Wozniak, Katherine Bradford, Katherine Newbegin, Kees den Breejen, Kelly McRaven, Keltie Ferris, Lauren Luloff, Liz Ainslie, Matt Jones, Marnet Larson, Michael Berryhill, Michael Mahalchick, Mike Olin, Rob Nadeau, Ron Amstutz, Sarah Mattes, Tamara Gonzales, and Vince Contarino. 

    Maria Calandra lives and works in Brooklyn. She is a graduate of the Cornell University MFA program and has exhibited with Norte Maar, Daily Operation, DNA Gallery, Shoot the Lobster and Storefront. 

    See Pencil in the Studio online at: pencilinthestudio.blogspot.com.

    Sardine is located on the ground floor of 286 Stanhope Street between Wyckoff and Irving Avenues in Bushwick, Brooklyn, one block from the Dekalb L train and near the Knickerbocker M. For more information, please visit sardinebk.com. Contact: Lacey Fekishazy and Jon Lutz at sardinebk@gmail.com.

    Friday night!

  4. 19 May 2013

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Please join us for POSITIVITY LIGHTNING ROD SUMMIT, a very special night of musical performance by Ben Seretan. 
There will be 2 shows with limited space: @ 7:30 PM and 9:30 PM. PLEASE RSVP! Send an email to sardinebk@gmail and let us know that you’re in. $5 suggested donation.Ben Seretan is a performing musician living in Brooklyn. He plays the electric guitar, sings, and performs “long music” - warm, improvised clouds of swelling tones that fill a room. His latest recording is called New Song.http://www.benseretan.com/

    sardinebk:

    Please join us for POSITIVITY LIGHTNING ROD SUMMIT, a very special night of musical performance by Ben Seretan. 

    There will be 2 shows with limited space: @ 7:30 PM and 9:30 PM. 

    PLEASE RSVP! Send an email to sardinebk@gmail and let us know that you’re in. $5 suggested donation.

    Ben Seretan is a performing musician living in Brooklyn. He plays the electric guitar, sings, and performs “long music” - warm, improvised clouds of swelling tones that fill a room. His latest recording is called New Song.http://www.benseretan.com/

  5. Maria Calandra. Preview of her show Pencil in the Studio. Opening tomorrow at Sardine.

    Maria Calandra. Preview of her show Pencil in the Studio. Opening tomorrow at Sardine.

  6. 13 May 2013

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Maria Calandra Pencil in the Studio
Sardine is pleased to present Pencil in the Studio by Maria Calandra. This exhibition is a selection of the drawings that have been featured on her blog, also titled Pencil in the Studio. The show coincides with the two-year mark since the blogs’ conception and will be the first time they have been seen in an extensive survey. The exhibition opens Saturday, May 18th from 6 to 9 pm and will be up through June 16th.
With Pencil in the Studio, Maria Calandra discovers another way to look at the role of the studio in an artist’s development. Featuring the studios of some of the most dynamic emerging and established artists working today, her drawings are focused on being anthropological studies of her contemporaries. She usually spends an entire day with them drawing, observing, talking and writing. Not only does she render their works, supplies, and source materials, but she also hones in on what makes each of them naturally distinctive. Paintings in progress are stacked on paint cans, brushes are scattered about, pets hang out, and detritus piles up. It’s a humble exploration and exoneration of the present and a sweet vision of the studio as a location for the practice of success and failure.
The artists that she has featured in the series thus far: Andy Cross, Ariel Dill, Chris Martin, Christine Heindl, Chuck Webster, Daniel Heidkamp, EJ Hauser, Elisa Lendvay, Erik den Breejen, Inna Babaeva, Ivin Ballen, Jay Gaskill, Jess Fuller, JJ Manford, Joe Ballweg, Jon Lutz, Joshua Abelow, Jovi Schnell, Joy Curtis, Karla Wozniak, Katherine Bradford, Katherine Newbegin, Kees den Breejen, Kelly McRaven, Keltie Ferris, Lauren Luloff, Liz Ainslie, Matt Jones, Marnet Larson, Michael Berryhill, Michael Mahalchick, Mike Olin, Rob Nadeau, Ron Amstutz, Sarah Mattes, Tamara Gonzales, and Vince Contarino.
Maria Calandra lives and works in Brooklyn. She is a graduate of Cornell University MFA program and has exhibited with Norte Maar, Daily Operation, DNA Gallery, Shoot the Lobster and Storefront. 
See Pencil in the Studio online at: pencilinthestudio.blogspot.com.
Sardine is located on the ground floor of 286 Stanhope Street between Wyckoff and Irving Avenues in Bushwick, Brooklyn, one block from the Dekalb L train and near the Knickerbocker M. For more information, please visit sardinebk.com. Contact: Lacey Fekishazy and Jon Lutz at sardinebk@gmail.com.

    sardinebk:

    Maria Calandra Pencil in the Studio

    Sardine is pleased to present Pencil in the Studio by Maria Calandra. This exhibition is a selection of the drawings that have been featured on her blog, also titled Pencil in the Studio. The show coincides with the two-year mark since the blogs’ conception and will be the first time they have been seen in an extensive survey. The exhibition opens Saturday, May 18th from 6 to 9 pm and will be up through June 16th.

    With Pencil in the Studio, Maria Calandra discovers another way to look at the role of the studio in an artist’s development. Featuring the studios of some of the most dynamic emerging and established artists working today, her drawings are focused on being anthropological studies of her contemporaries. She usually spends an entire day with them drawing, observing, talking and writing. Not only does she render their works, supplies, and source materials, but she also hones in on what makes each of them naturally distinctive. Paintings in progress are stacked on paint cans, brushes are scattered about, pets hang out, and detritus piles up. It’s a humble exploration and exoneration of the present and a sweet vision of the studio as a location for the practice of success and failure.

    The artists that she has featured in the series thus far: Andy Cross, Ariel Dill, Chris Martin, Christine Heindl, Chuck Webster, Daniel Heidkamp, EJ Hauser, Elisa Lendvay, Erik den Breejen, Inna Babaeva, Ivin Ballen, Jay Gaskill, Jess Fuller, JJ Manford, Joe Ballweg, Jon Lutz, Joshua Abelow, Jovi Schnell, Joy Curtis, Karla Wozniak, Katherine Bradford, Katherine Newbegin, Kees den Breejen, Kelly McRaven, Keltie Ferris, Lauren Luloff, Liz Ainslie, Matt Jones, Marnet Larson, Michael Berryhill, Michael Mahalchick, Mike Olin, Rob Nadeau, Ron Amstutz, Sarah Mattes, Tamara Gonzales, and Vince Contarino.

    Maria Calandra lives and works in Brooklyn. She is a graduate of Cornell University MFA program and has exhibited with Norte Maar, Daily Operation, DNA Gallery, Shoot the Lobster and Storefront. 

    See Pencil in the Studio online at: pencilinthestudio.blogspot.com.

    Sardine is located on the ground floor of 286 Stanhope Street between Wyckoff and Irving Avenues in Bushwick, Brooklyn, one block from the Dekalb L train and near the Knickerbocker M. For more information, please visit sardinebk.com. Contact: Lacey Fekishazy and Jon Lutz at sardinebk@gmail.com.

  7. 8 May 2013

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    Janine Polak, Dry Run 1-8, 2013, collage on paper, 17 x 11 in.

    Now available @ Sardine. $120

  8. This is a live rendition of Jonathan Richman’s “Just for Fun” off of his album “Having a Party with Jonathan Richman.” You can hear the original here: http://youtu.be/q_65Djo-3gM

  9. sardinebk:

Janine Polak’s “Straight up, Bend”

    sardinebk:

    Janine Polak’s “Straight up, Bend”

  10. Janine Polak, Shoulder Touch, 2013, Plaster, silk, 14 x 7.5 x 7.5 in.
See her show by the same name…now up at Sardine in Bushwick.

    Janine Polak, Shoulder Touch2013, Plaster, silk, 14 x 7.5 x 7.5 in.

    See her show by the same name…now up at Sardine in Bushwick.