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Doomed Calendar 2015 * Doomed Gallery * Dalston, London, UK


Featuring:  Dugalo Etheredge, Adam Void, William Douglas, Mike Crawford, Karen Isaac, Peter Ryrder, Alexandra Hoehn, Youzi Laurie Mercer, Rafael Fuchs, David Newby, Bruno Lourenco, & Matthijs Diederiks

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December 5 * Clothesline Benefit Art Sale * ABC No Rio * Manhattan, NY

clothesline_14-thumbOn December 5th ABC No Rio will reprise its Clothesline Benefit Art Sale.

As in years past, all work will be presented on clotheslines strung through No Rio's gallery space, and will be unframed, two-dimensional work no larger than 11" X 17".

Affordable works on paper $25 - $50. Proceeds benefit the ABC No Rio Building Fund.

Affordable works on paper: $25 - $50
Past Clothesline Benefit Art Sales were lots of fun, with many surprising things hanging on th

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November 8 * Another Group Show * 17 Frost * Brooklyn, NY

another group showIf you are in Brooklyn this weekend, go out to 17 Frost St. to see Another Group Show. But don't let the name fool you, this is not just another group show. Cassius Fouler's 99 Beers on the Wall will be on display along with works curated by Cassius Fouler and EKG Labs.

Art from Skewville, Darkclouds, Nohj Coley, Trap IF, Amanda Wong, Charlie Ahearn, Giles Thompson, Fresh Paint NYC, Gabriel Specter, Sweet Tooth, Aakash Nihalani, James Wrona, Stikman, Andrew Ohanesian, UFO 907, Droid 907, Judith Supine, EKG Labs, Luna Park, Adam Void, Don Pablo Pedro, Xavier Veal, Paul Insect, and Waylon Tait.

This Shit is Real. Be There.

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October 5 – January 11 * A Nous York, Waz Here * Maison Folie Wazemmes * Lille, FR


Curated by Najib Ben Bella, and Fabien Mikostic Swyngedauw.

With art from: Futura 2000, Ernie Paniccioli, Aurel, Doctor Colors, 4Letters, Isham, Jiem, John Fekner, The Yeah Prod!, Louis Mendes, Object Vagabond, Adam Void, EKG Labs, Carnage NYC, Rat Milk, Etch-A-Sketch, Droid907 and more.

From October to January,the exhibition, A Nous York, will take place in two venues. Photographs, graffiti and abstract installations from New York artists will paint a portrait of hip-hop in the Big Apple.
Part. 1: Futura 2000 & Ernie Paniccioli
The new show at Folie Moulins is reminiscent of the galleries in the wide open spaces of Chelsea. Two legendary artists to inaugurate: Futura 2000 leader of abstract graffiti and Ernie Paniccioli iconic photographer of hip-hop culture.
Part. 2: "Waz Here"
Drawing inspiration from the creative energy of New York, actors from the local graffiti scene invest Folie Wazemmes. Tags, stickers, collage, stencil, photography, installations, zines ... make quilts in a unique stage design, reinterpreting universe street and New York workshops. More than just a reflection of the city, A Nous York offers a portrait of the urban culture and those who live it.
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October 4 – November 7 * Brighton Photo Biennial & Joburg Photo Umbrella * Brighton, UK & Johannesburg ZA

photobookUntitled-29Joburg-Photo-Umbrella-Logo-460x325For this year's Brighton Photo Biennial, Adam Void will be showing works at numerous venues. October 4 - November 7

Photobookshow will be exhibiting Adam Void's Visions of Ghosts along with 59 other artist-made photography books from around the world. @ The Jubilee Library, Brighton UK

The Photocopy Club will be exhibiting work from the Vagrant Space collective, including: Adam Void, Chelsea Ragan, Craig Mammano, Dylan Thadani, and John Fleissner.

The exhibit will feature toner-based photocopy prints of works completed by collectives on the subject of collectives. The works will displayed in public squares at the Circus Street Market in Brighton UK, and at the Mary Fitzgerald Square in Newton, Johannesburg ZA.

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September 26 – 28 * New York Art Book Fair * MOMA PS1 * Queens, NY


If you are in the New York City area next weekend, please go check out the new Adam Void & Wolftits 907 minizine at the EKGLabs / CarnageNYC / SubCulture table during this year's New York Art Book Fair.

Big thanks to EKG for hooking up the table for the zine.

You can get a copy of the minizine free with any purchase from the table, including fine zines such as: Signal #1 by ekg, Sick of Society by Droid 907, or Banksy in New York by Ray Mock. See you at the fair.

Printed Matter, Inc. presents

September 26–28, 2014
Preview: Thursday, September 25, 6-9pm

Printed Matter presents the ninth annual NY Art Book Fair, from September 26 to 28, 2014, at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens. A preview will be held on the evening of Thursday, September 25.

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Second Collaborative Video from Ryan Seslow & Adam Void

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September 12 -14 * The Polaroid Show * Doomed Gallery * London, UK


If you are in London this weekend, go check out The Polaroid Show over at Doomed Gallery in Dalston.

Prints of Polaroids from Adam Void will be featured along side of work from 9 other artists from around the globe, including: ANDREW MILLAR, BEN PALMER, CRAIG MAMMANO, IAN DELEON, INGRID NORDAHL, KATARZYNA RONIEK, MATHEUS CHIARATTI, MICHAEL MCCRAW, and YANN FAUCHER.

Part of the London Analogue Festival, Doomed Gallery celebrates the world of the Polaroid.

We received over 250 polaroid images from 100 photographers from our callout to photographers that wanted to take part in this festival. As well as showing the works via video we have selected 10 of our favourite submissions to exhibit in print.
2 photographers who have heavily used Polaroid within their art will also be exhibiting:

Kevin Mason is a fashion and documentary photographer, whose Polaroid work sprung to life through graffiti culture and then moved on to the beauty of fashion photography and the documentation of life and love.

Joel Chernin is a London based artist whose Polaroid work crosses over into art and design, using instant photography to design album covers, computer games and viral films. He will be talking about his Polaroid camera collection and instant photography work.

Opening: Friday 12th 6pm -9pm / Saturday 4pm-8pm
Talks: Friday 12th 7.30pm - 8.30pm

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September 6 – November 9 * It Narratives: The Movement of Objects as Information * Franklin Street Works * Stamford, CT


If you are in the NYC area visit Stamford Connecticut's Franklin Street Works, and the new show, It Narratives.  The show focuses on Mail Artists and Viral Artists, and the importance of the relationship between physical and digital communication. 50 copies of the new Adam Void minizine, "Mail Art" will be available at the show.

Franklin Street Works presents It Narratives: The Movement of Objects as Information, an exhibition featuring artists’ projects that engage the postal system and its intersections with digital communications media. The artists in It Narratives find forms for everyday experiences of distance and time by reflecting on the way objects move through information networks. The exhibition is curated by New York-based guest curators Brian Droitcour and Zanna Gilbert and will be on view from September 6 – November 9, 2014..

With areas of expertise in mail art (Gilbert) and Internet art (Droitcour), the curators take into consideration how Internet technology and digital forms of commerce have changed the way artists use the postal system to make work. Mail art emerged in the late 1960s as a collective, networked medium. It allowed artists to circulate and exchange works and ideas in a sphere uncontrolled by curators, institutions, the art market, or state censorship. Today, mail is employed less frequently as an artistic medium, in keeping with an overall shift in how information is experienced and exchanged. News and greetings from friends and family have migrated from the postal system to the faster networks of email and social media, yet “snail mail” has not become obsolete. Sending objects over great distances is part of online commerce. Print-on-demand services that allow users to design their own T-shirts, books, or mugs with a few clicks of a mouse connect Internet browsing and data input to receiving objects by mail and handling them in everyday life.

It Narratives: The Movement of Objects as Information takes its title from a prose genre popular in the late 18th century, the “it-narrative.” These were accounts of objects circulating in the structures of emergent industrialized capitalist markets written in the first-person from the perspective of the objects. It Narratives the exhibition updates this concept for the 21st century by presenting artists’ projects that track the movement of objects online and by mail, taking measure of the physical and emotional experiences of time and distance inherent to these networks.

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Sick of Society * DROID 907 * New graffiti/lifestyle zine from the homie

SOS2SOS2_inside1SOS2_inside2If you don't know who DROID 907 is, then you are living under a rock.

DROID is one of the most prolific and personality-filled extreme graffiti writers of our generation.

He's an amazing friend and brother, who has traveled with me for thousands of miles on the road and in the head.

He's also an amazing zine maker. Total quality all the time: action shots, twisted writing, full-scale attack. This monster will tear down the walls.


Available from those quality publishers at: CARNAGE NYC

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