Kanye West - New Slaves
Kanye West Premieres His New Video Around the World in an Unconventional Way…
See full list of times and dates below for “New Slaves” premiere coming to an edifice wall near you.
London: Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th May
9-10pm Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
11.45-12.45 Camden Stables
1-2am Chinatown, Soho
12.45-2am Tate Modern
Sat 10.15-11.30pm Truman Brewery, Brick Lane
Sat 11.45-12.30pm Shoreditch High Street Station
Sun 10:30-11.30pm Shoreditch High Street Station
Chicago: Friday 17th & 18th Saturday
9pm – 9.15pm: Northwestern University – Davis Field Central St & Ashland Ave, Evanston
9.50pm – 10.05pm: Wrigley Field – Clark St & Addison Ave
10.35pm – 10.45pm: Chicago History Museum Clark Street & North Ave
11.15pm – 11.25pm: Wicker Park North Ave, Milwaukee Av & Damen
12:15am – 12:30am: University of Chicago (Music Dept) E 59th St & S Ellis Ave
12:55am – 1:05am: Field Museum Of Natural History 1400 S Lake Shore Dr
1:50am – 1.55am: 505 N Michigan Ave
New York: Friday 17th & 18th Saturday
11:00pm - LaFayette St. & Howard St. SoHo
11:45pm - West 14th St. & 10th Ave. Meatpacking
12:15 - FIT 27th St & 6th Ave
12:30am - Columbus Circle Museum of Design & Arts
1:15am - Louis Vuitton - E 57th St & 5th Ave
1:30am - Prada W 56th St & 5th Avenue
Sydney: Saturday 18 May
10:15 - 10:45pm Anzac Parade & Fitzroy St,Moore Park NSW 2021, Australia
THE WAR OF ART: An Artist Fundraiser
The War of Art is an artist fundraiser Benefiting an exhibit at the University Museum of Texas Southern University. Funds raised will be used for the creation of new artworks for the exhibition Coming Through The Gap In the Mountain on an Elephant: A New Worlds Fair, Curated by Artist Robert. Guests to the fundraiser will have an opportunity to support this exhibition through donations and the purchase of works by curator artists from the exhibition.
Coming Through the Gap in the Mountain on an Elephant
A New Worlds Fair
CTGME is an experimental exhibition at the University Museum of Texas Southern University, featuring installation, performance and mixed media works by select Houston artists. This show has been initiated by artist Robert Pruitt but is a highly collaborative venture between all the artists involved. CTGME is pulled from a lyric of Hip Hop artist Brother J of X-Clan, and conjures up images of Hannibal and his elephants riding to meet the Romans in Battle. The title serves to reference historical ideas of value, migration, and shifting concepts of power. To that end this exhibition will attempt to replicate components from early 20th century World Fairs. Each participating artists creates their own pavilion showcasing innovative ideas of power, identity, worth.
The artists selected for this exhibition are Regina Agu, Gregory Michael Carter, Nathaniel Donnett, Robert Hodge, Autumn Knight, Rosine Kouamen, Lovie Olivia, Philip Pyle II, Sehba Sarwar, M’kina Tapscott, Michael Kahlil Taylor, and Monica Villarreal. All of these artists radicalize art making by centering their own histories and cultures in their art practice. This exhibition seeks to concentrate these very different but related practices into the middle. Through a program of collaborative projects this show seeks to un-other the other, and bring the margin to the center.
This Exhibition opens Saturday, June 22nd, and will run until August 24th. There will a group performance on opening night and will involve some audience participation. There will a series of programmed events, each led by and focusing on one of the exhibiting artists. Please Join us.
The TARDIS Console Room through the Years
The Doctor. In the TARDIS. Next stop—everywhere.