Here’s a run-through of the stuff we’re stoked on for this weekend.
TONIGHT IN NYC:
Tim Barber needs no introduction. A limited number of copies of the show’s catalog Relations published by Yuka Tsuruno Gallery, Tokyo will be available at the opening.
Zak’s an important and integral part of the growing surf scene in New York City. Come out and support his work at his first solo show in Williamsburg.
TOMORROW NIGHT IN LA:
SEANCE WITH WARHOL AT THE UNDERGROUND MUSEUM
Performance artist Jeffrey Vallance, with help from psychic medium ( and astrologist, life coach, TV & party entertainer) Joseph Ross, will lead a seance/audience Q&A with Warhol. Seating is limited so make sure to RSVP to this once-in-a-lifetime event.
Paul Loya’s gallery has a big courtyard in front where the screening will take place. Bring lawn chairs if you’re coming late and blankets. Clara’s Cakes will be selling pastries. BYOB.
SUNDAY IN LA:
HTNP is an ’86 UK fake documentary about the Scottish dancer and choreographer Michael Clark‘s life. The space at 356 Mission is a massive warehouse; bring all of your friends.