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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Immortalizing Bushwick

by Paddy Johnson and Michael Anthony Farley on September 26, 2016
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What a week ahead of us. It begins Monday with the first presidential debate, so naturally, we’ve got a conversation with artist and political hound Martha Rosler on Tuesday. Ostensibly, the conversation will cover Rosler’s career, but knowing her, a good portion will be dedicated to discussing the current political climate.

There’s plenty going on between now and Friday, but let’s face it: pretty much everything that falls over the weekend will take a sideline to Bushwick Open Studios. So, kick off your Friday with the beloved indie-pop band Lower Dens at Pioneer works and prepare to spend the rest of your time gallivanting around Bushwick. Expect to see crass real estate dealings and misguided beer sponsored art events, mitigated by inspiring artist-led exhibitions, performances and open studios.

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Project Projects Wins Cooper Hewitt’s 2015 National Design Award

by Paddy Johnson on May 5, 2015
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Big news for the art and design world: Project Projects has won the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for Communication Design. The award is the nation’s highest honor for design.

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A Feng-Shui Master Advises LES Gallery on Redesign

by Paddy Johnson on February 24, 2015
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Three years ago, Project Projects co-founder Prem Krishnamurthy launched P! in an inconspicuous storefront space at 334 Broome. Now, come March 1, 2015, K., a temporary gallery conceived by P! will take over the newly renovated space for six months.

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Moniker Decorates NADA

by Paddy Johnson on December 5, 2014
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Of all the work at NADA P!’s installation with the Amsterdam design collective Moniker, probably stands out the most.

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