Monday, January 24, 2011

Public Image play Dublin - June 10th

PiL will play their FIRST EVER show in Dublin, Ireland on Friday, June 10th at the city's Tripod venue
Tickets go on general sale this Friday, January 28th.

See Tripod website for venue and ticket info.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Ari Up memorial - Vivien Goldman and Friends Host Punky Reggae Party in Brooklyn, Jan 16

To honor of the memory of the legendary ARI UP - lead singer of the pioneering girl punk band THE SLITS, True Warriors and more, Vivien Goldman, Dunia Best & Aram Sinnreich (Agent 99 / Brave New Girl) and friends are throwing a PUNKY REGGAE PARTY. Participating artists include original and current members of The Slits, including
Tessa Pollitt,
Hollie Cook -- daughter of Paul Cook - (drummer Sex Pistols)
Neneh Cherry
Felice Rosser (Faith),
Qmaxx (The Slackers / The Bandroidz),
Bruce Smith (Public Image Ltd).,
Honeychild Coleman (Badawi / Apollo Heights / The Slits / Pollen),
Judy Nylon (Snatch / Pal Judy)
and many luminaries from the punk and reggae worlds backed by The True Warriors performing classic Slits hits and dancehall originals by Ari Up and the True Warriors.

$15 advance / $20 day of show / 18 and Over

For more info:
Music Hall of Williamsburg

Get your ticket here

Marcia Resnick - Come see this Photo show NYC Jan 14th

Marcia Resnick is having a photo show at Deborah Bell Photographs Gallery

OPENING Thursday, Jan.13, 6-8PM
511 W 25th Street,
Suite 703,
The show will be on view Jan. 14- Feb 26, 2011.
The Gallery phone number is 1 212-691-3883.

Bad Boys is a photographic collection of punks, poets and provocateurs by Marcia Resnick (American, b. 1950) that studies the various ways in which power and maleness manifested themselves in New York City in the 1970s and ‘80s. It explores aggression, fame, sexuality and the ironic gamut of interpretations for the word “bad,” from “evil” to “naughty” to “cool” to “good,” and extends the meaning of the word “boys” beyond that of male child. These visually evocative portraits of “enfant terribles” include Divine, Johnny Thunders, Jean-Michel Basquiat, John Belushi, Quentin Crisp and others whose clout add to the mythology of their “badness.” All photographs in Bad Boys are vintage silver gelatin prints and have never before been exhibited as a group.

Resnick’s photographs are in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; George Eastman House/International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Santa Barbara Museum of Art; Tampa Museum of Art; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; the collection of Hallmark Cards, Kansas City; The Jewish Museum, New York; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam; and numerous private collections.

Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday from noon-6pm. An illustrated brochure is available.