WATCH THE VIDEO: Corinne Innis and Xavier Basabe will exhibit work at AOT Project Salon (159 Hope St., 11211). OPENING 9/8 6-9p. ON VIEW THROUGH SEPTEMBER 28th. The exhibition lends its title from the classic Kubrick cult film and was chosen by Innis as a means to express the lack of moral compass demonstrated by Police Officers, and to suggest anticipation as well dispelling the epidemic myth… this is pandemic, and a time for enlightenment.
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Detroit Issues $10K Arrest Warrant for Shepard Fairey! Just back from a Detroit j18 mile bike tour taking in the sights (for sore Detroit eyes) including, Fairey’s gigantic mural!
On Father’s Day June 21st 2-8p please come out and celebrate summer, Dad, and of course Art. FEATURING WORKS FROM THE AOT COLLECTION. NEW WORKS FROM Fred Duignan / Lorenza Sannaii / Ian J. Carr / Sylvie Ball RENOWNED PAINTER Lucio Pozzi ALBERS FOUNDATION Two Time Artist-in-Residence Larissa Nowicki
Bushwick Open Studios 2015 gets a quick AOT Perspective in pictures. The Architecture of Tomorrow—Douglas Turner Follow on Instagram @TurnerDouglas
Over the weekend, Kate and Theo Cerigo produced an A+ pop up painting show of 1980s Lower East Side artists, including their father Simon Cerigo who died suddenly in 2013, Dan Asher (1947-2010), and their mom Nancy Smith. Check out the video at the end!
AOT Project Salon now lives at aotprojectsalon.com
Flux Art Fair debuted at the historic Corn Exchange Building on Wednesday, May 13th—The Architecture of Tomorrow, Douglas Turner
Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosley reacted swiftly, announcing on Friday May 1st that Freddie Gray’s death was a homicide. Depraved-heart murder charges were brought against Officer Goodson, involuntary manslaughter for the other five officers. The Architecture of Tomorrow—Douglas Turner
Reporting on the April 29th Justice for Freddie Gray Solidarity Protest March in NYC #SHUTITDOWN for Baltimore—Protesters splintered off into different groups marching East and West. Video of one of the groups concluding their march at Grand Central Terminal with a peaceful rally and a rendition Bob Marley’s Redemption Song. The Architecture of Tomorrow—Douglas Turner
NYC Rise Up and #ShutItDown for Baltimore April 29 Protest–First Thoughts. The Architecture of Tomorrow— Douglas Turner