a book & record shop
"Not Worth Reading"
An exhibition of some old work and some new work by Matthew Higgs
Opening Fri. June 15, 6-8pm – Continues to July 13
41 Elizabeth Street, just above Canal.
in the front room at Martos Gallery.
hours: Tues.-Sun. 10 am - 6pm
on view May 9-June 3, 2018
extended to June 10th
New montage works and test-pressings with unique cover artwork by the Nurse With
Wound mastermind–the artist's first exhibition in the U.S.
Sun. May 20, 4-6pm
The Masochist #1
Published by RATSTAR and Shoot The Lobster
on view April 12 - May 6, 2018
Archive of posters and a new painting
reception for the artist–Sun. April 15, 4-6pm
on view Mar. 9-April 8, 2018
new wall painting
reception for the artist–Sun. Mar. 11, 4-6pm
on view Feb. 6-Mar. 4, 2018
ARNOLD J. KEMP
new and recent works
INVISIBLE HAND; SLOW SEASON RITUAL DRAWING;
POSSIBLE BIBLIOGRAPHY; REVERSE VACATION
reception for the artist–Sat. Feb. 10, 4-6pm
on view Jan. 9-Feb. 4, 2018
New works by
L i s a B e c k
on view Dec. 1, 2017-Jan. 7, 2018
Two new paintings
MAY 68 at Karma's Book Market, Sat. Dec. 16
on view in Nov. 2017
Amy O'Neill–Virgina Overton
Sculpture and works on paper by each,
on view for the month of November.
on view in Oct. 2017
unique book-works, works on canvas, photographs,
a new video, sculpture, found objects.
on view in Sept. 2017
Woman in the Garden, 2016-17.
Harris Rowland Rowland
We are not painters, 2016
15 x 15 in.
Edition of 4 with I AP plus 1 performance copy
Celebrating their first printed collection of art criticism.
Featuring Andrew Berardini, Aruna D’Souza, Mitch Speed,
Saelan Twerdy, Lauren Wetmore, Sky Goodden, Tausif Noor, and more.
A Return to Art Criticism Vol. 1, 2014–17
Published by MOMUS
Thurs. Feb. 22 6-8pm
Friday, Sept. 8, from 5 to 7 PM
A Collection of Four Exhibitions
Chuck Nanney–Selected Ambient Works, Volume II
Virginia Overton–Why?! Why Did You Take My Log?!?!
Tucson John–Tucson Nights: After Dark in the Naked Pueblo & The Art of
Midnight Films, Free Theater and the Psychedelic Underground San
Published by MoCA Tucson
Thursday, Sept. 28, from 5 to 7 PM
published by Sternberg Press.
with essays by Paul Wombell and Gilles Deleuze
and a conversation between Craig Kalpakjian and Bob Nickas