Family outpost in Thirty Days Project

We are happy to announce our month-long NYC popup space that'll run April 8 – May 7. It's a component within the project called Thirty Days NY with Absolut Vodka and TBWA/Chiat/Day. We are working on a 4200 sq foot Tribeca storefront where we’ll be hosting a Family Bookstore, an ‘artists in conversation’ series, live bands, performances, author readings, an art exhibition, and art project space. The interior is designed by Ben Jones. All events are free and open to the public.

70 Franklin Street (between Church & Broadway)
New York, NY 10013
April 8 - May 7

We are fixing this old place up now...

Artists In Residency:

Meryl Smith
April 8 – May 7

Aska Matsumiya
April 8 – April 17

Mathew Thurber
April 21 – 24

Sumi Ink Club
May 4 – 7

We'll be letting everyone know the final lineup tomorrow (hopefully)!

EVENTS - All begin 7pm - More to come!

April 8 – Opening party. King Kong exhibition opening.
Live sets by
Eric Copeland (Black Dice)
Brian Degraw (Gang Gang Dance)
Aska (The Sads)
Accompanied by psychedelic light show by Joshua White and Gary Panter

April 10 - Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore perform live as
Mirror/Dash. Signing of the brand new Sonic Youth art book SENSATIONAL FIX, and KIM GORDON: THE NOISE PAINTINGS.

April 11 – Comedy by Fred Armison + Andrew Jeffrey Wright

April 12 – Aaron Rose presents rare and unseen short films and VHS tapes

April 13 – Author Readings by A.M. Homes, Hugh Nissenson, and Sean Wilsey

April 18 – Flicker - Films on a Screen
Short, unseen 8mm films presented by Lance Bangs

April 20 – Albert Maysles in discussion with Peter Sutherland

April 24 – Lee Ranaldo & Alan Licht perform Text of Light

April 25 – Tim Barber's Mystery Night

April 27 – Charles Willeford symposium: Lawrence Block, Jesse Pearson, Dan Nadel, and Sammy Harkham. Launch of brand new re-issue of Willeford’s I Was Looking for a Street, co-published by Family and Picturebox

April 29 – Patrick Smith premiers new animated artwork

May 5 – Art Spiegelman in conversation with Ken Jacobs

May 6 – Performance and screening by Shana Moulton, followed by performance by Lucky Dragons

More info coming...

posted by kramer at 2:44 PM

Blogger James Henry Dufresne said...

"GodDAMN!" (said with a mouth full of Raisin Bran.)
Come to Oakland.

5:04 PM  

Anonymous Steven said...

this is going to be absolutely amazing.

5:00 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW. this is seriously amazing.

7:04 PM  

Blogger Daniel Locke said...

Wow this looks very cool. You guys should come to Brighton (UK). I guess that might be a bit of a big ask though.

4:28 AM  

Blogger thurston said...

we destroy the family

9:15 PM  

Anonymous Brion Nuda Rosch said...

Hot SHIT (said with a lip full of dip)!!!

12:58 PM  

Anonymous Marc Joseph Berg said...

This is going to be really great.

9:24 AM  

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