Come Out & Play

June 4 - 14, 2008

291 Church St. New York, NY 10013

6 days of projects organized by Azeb Worku Sibane, Vicky Shick, Daniel Seiple, Sheree Rose, Radhika Subramaniam, and Shelly Silver

See each project page for times and details (links below).

download press release pdf   wed, june 4: performances at 2:30, 4:30 and 7:00pm
The Devil's Scarf and The Lion's Whiskers
Traditional Ethiopian Fairy Tales
apexart’s current international resident Azeb Worku Sibane, Addis Ababa, engages the audience in stories originating from her native Ethiopia.
Click here for details.   fri, june 6: 11am - 7pm
Jocasta preview
Vicky Shick curates excerpts projected on the walls from Elise Kermani's film, Jocasta, along with objects in the gallery space by Barbara Kilpatrick.
Click here for details.
  sat, june 7: 11am - 7pm
Love Thy Neighbor
Berlin-based artist Daniel Seiple curates Love Thy Neighbor, including works by Peter Fend, Robert Longo, Michael Smith, and Lester Miller.
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  wed, june 11: 11am-6pm and 6:30-8pm
Sheree Rose, companion and dominatrix of Bob Flanagan shows unseen segments of and talks about Sick: The Life & Death of Bob Flanagan, Supermasochist. Preceded by daytime film screenings.
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  thu, june 12: 11am-6pm and 6:30-8pm
Abecedarium for Our Times
Radhika Subramaniam launches an Abecedarium for Our Times - a chapbook for re-visioning our words and our world with contributions from 26 writers and artists.
Click here for details.
  sat, june 14: 11am-6pm and 6:30-8pm
response: in complete world
New York video artist Shelly Silver organizes a day of activity around issues of individual and collective responsibility, which includes a preview of her soon to be finished film in complete world.
Click here for details.

all events & programs are free


apexart's exhibitions and public programs are supported in part by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Edith C. Blum Foundation, Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, and with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts.