Boveda is playing a set at an art exhibition.
November 13, 2010 – January 13, 2011 Opening November 13th, 7 – 10pm
113 Leroy Street NY, NY
Bank Iran is pleased to present “BEDLAM”, an inaugural group exhibition in the new Bank Iran space.
An old new 8000 sqft space in the West Village, Bank Iran partially opens it’s doors and concrete and lending. Bank Iran includes the studios of Kathryn Lynch, Philippe Arman and Carlos Little and artist in indefinite residence John Furgason, as well as an exhibition space.
Several artists have submitted to BEDLAM: Nichole Van Beek and Kora Manheimer paint keratin, Serban Ionescu and Jim Dreitlein devise an air raid, Eric Fertman plants a blue forest, Max Miller mixes vegetable starch with paper water, Patricia Gaeta installs a curtain wall, Kimberly Reinhardt brings a subway car, Jeremy WillIams puts light in a box, Carlos Little makes masks with crumbs, David Sena makes Swiss cheese, Anthony Titus paints a window, Erin Krause keeps a secret, John Furgason turns the lights off, Philippe Arman brings ice from Iceland, Rebecca Haskins paints a sculpture garden, Laura Napier calculates MTA fair hiking boots, Cy Amundson discovers alien fossils, Kathryn Lynch goes to the dog park, Antonio Serna makes some Pruno, Jeremiah Stewart turns the floor into the wall and Boveda play the forecast.
“BEDLAM” is organized by Carlos Little. Also exhibited are new works by Little & Sena, Little & Furgason, Little & Ionescu, Little & Moore and Little & Serna.