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Editors’ Picks: Fall/Winter 2007

A couple of events that are on our radar for the end of this month and in October through Dec, This time we’ve group events by category…

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NY Art Book Fair by Printed Matter

First off is the return of Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair THIS FRIDAY thru SUNDAY! This year there will be over 120 international publishers as well as various events… book signings by Meredith Minter, Sam Prekop of The Sea and Cake, Dexter Sinister will be launching “Appendix Appendix”, Kasia Korczak & Payam Sharifi will be signing “10th Century Road Maps and 21st Century Disaster”, a surprise performance presented by Performa, as well as the booths of Butt Magazine/Jop van Bennekom, LTTR, The Journal, Dot & Quotes/Red 76, This year there will also be a couple of film/video screenings, an installation by Lawrence Weiner, and an exhibition of over 150 books by Martin Kippenberger entitled “Refocus, Re-title, Release: the Books of Martin Kippenberger”. On the closing day Lovely Daze will be hosting performances by Bec Stupak and Crystal Understanding. Lots’ to do there & it’s all FREE, so check the website for more details..


Sept 28-30
Frid Sat 11-7 Sunday 11-5pm


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Code Unknown  by Michael Haneke

Also next week, starting October 3rd there will be a comprehensive presentation of Michael Haneke’s films & television productions at the MoMa. As a bonus Haneke will be present to introduce the screenings of Code Unknown (October 13) and Funny Games (October 15). Some of our favorite films are the ones that draw a parallel between the intimate domestic dysfunctional little world with larger human catastrophes, like Caché, Code Unknown, Benny’s Video. If you haven’t seen the original version of Funny Games (1997) in a big screen here’s your chance.

Michael Haneke’s Film/Video retrospective
at the MoMA (NYC)

October 3–15, 2007

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Paul Noble 2008

Paul Noble has some new drawings and sculptures up at Gagosian gallery in Chelsea. Meanwhile Darren Bader has curated Wu-Tang Googolplex, an exhibit that is literally plastered on top of the past Patrick McMullan show at GBE@Passerby, more info on the project website newyorkisdead.biz Also Paul Chan will be one of the many distinguished artist and writers at BAMCafe’s 3 part discussion series “Between the Lines: Emerging Voices in American Literature and Film”. “Between the Lines” will be pairing reading w/ screening from people who are “reshaping the creative conscience of the United States.”

Between the Line at BAM
October 10 -John Wray, Wells Tower, Meehan Crist,Brent Green, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Mac Premo
November 14-Peter Orner, Samantha Hunt, Andrew Neel and Elizabeth Neel, Paul Chan
December 6 – Ander Monson, Diana George, Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts, A.L. Steiner and robbinschilds, Stephen G. Rhodes.

dot to dot, new work by Paul Noble
Sept 20 – Oct 27
Gagosian Gallery
555 West 24th Street
New York, NY 10011

Wu-Tang / Googolplex Show (Congress)
Sept 26 -Oct 13th / Wed. – Sat. 1-7pm
436 west 15th Street, NYC, NY

Between The Lines @ BAM
3 part series.. Oct 10, Nov 14, and Dec 6
Brooklyn Academy of Music w/ A Public Space

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Animal Collective by Adriano Fagundes

Finally, we’ll end this email on a music note. The Lights, Lichens and Matteah Baim, are playing at the Silent Barn in Brooklyn (a Todd P event) this Friday Sept 28th, Animal Collective w/ Tickley Feather will be at Webster Hall this Sunday Sept 30. If that show is sold out they will also be playing Monday but with Vampire weekend instead of Tickley Feather :(

Lights / Matteah Baim / Lichens
Friday, September 28th 8pm – All Ages
At The Silent Barn
915 Wyckoff Ave
Silent Barn on myspace
Todd P show info

Animal Collective w/ Tickley Feather
at Webster Hall NYC
Sept 30th Sunday
Animal Collective on Myspace
Tickley Feather on Myspace

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That’s all folks, we’ll keep you posted if any new events pop up!!

Oh, one last thing I forgot to mention, Vice completed their documentary Heavy Metal in Baghdad, but we’ll have to sit tight before it premiers at theaters as I can’t seem to find it on youtube anymore :( . Check back to their website for more info on Heavy Metal in Baghdad.

Editors @ petite Mort


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