Tagged: the sacred comic book

Calendar. 02.18.10.


The Sacred Comic Book, by Charles Nicholas Sarka, at Jack the Pelican Presents in Brooklyn, opening this Saturday at 7pm — in what will be the gallery’s last show. (Image courtesy of Jack the Pelican.)

  • In NYC: Announcing Magnan Metz, a group show (featuring a big-ass painting by my WNYC/Tino Sehgal bud Susanna Heller), at Magnan Metz, opens Friday at 6pm. Holla!
  • In NYC: Anthropogeomorphology Today, a lecture by Matthew Coolidge of the Center for Land Use Interpretation, at the Higgins Hall Auditorium at Pratt, on Monday, Feb. 22 at 6pm.
  • In Washington, D.C.: Drag: Jason Horowitz, at Curator’s Office, opens Saturday at 6pm.
  • In Ft. Lauderdale: Diane Arrieta gives a talk at Girls’ Club as part of the Artists in Action series, this Saturday at 1pm.
  • In Cincinnati: Shepard Fairey, Supply and Demand, at the Contemporary Arts Center, opens Saturday.
  • In S.F.: Paper! Awesome! at Baer Ridgway, opens Saturday at 4pm.
  • In S.F.: Episco Disco at Grace Cathedral, this Saturday at 7pm.
  • In Kirkland, Wash.: BrüTübe: All’s Fair in Love and War, an evening of curated YouTube videos and beer, at the Kirkland Arts Center Gallery, this Friday at 7pm. (See the Center’s BrüTübe page here.)
  • In L.A.: I Can’t Feel My Face, the collection of Susan Hancock, curated by Kaws, at Royal-T, opens Sunday at 6pm.
  • In L.A.: Here/There: Edel Rodriguez at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, opens Saturday at 7pm.