Exhibited a collaborative piece with Angeline Rivas under, Rivas & Tullie.

ART MACHINE
ALIFE AT THE HOLE

Curated by Kathy Grayson
FEBRUARY 10 – 22nd, 2011
Opening: FEBRUARY 10, 6-9PM

The Hole and ALIFE are pleased to present ART MACHINE, a special project at the gallery February 10 – 22nd, 2011. In this show, we present a huge artist vending machine filled with special products and artworks from $5 and up, all the way to the thousands.
From special personal artist memorabilia (“artist’s panties”) to customized products (“artist bicycle”), to actual artworks (mini painting and mini sculpture!), to limited edition products (T-shirts of G-Shock watches) this machine will vend out items by over fifty artists in our ALIFE and Hole joint communities.

Check out our website for details on these items: http://shop.theholenyc.com

Alife
André
Bast
Bec Stupak
Bojo Lawrence
BRIAN KENNY
Brigitte Engler
Charles Shedden
Chris Beeston
Clayton Patterson
Craig Costello
David Shrigley
Dearraindrop
Dr. Revolt
Eric Haze
Evan Gruzis
Fools Gold Records
FriendsWithYou
Goeff McFetridge
Gorey
Ivan Sabekst
Jack Greer
JD Samson
Jesse Edwards
Karen Black
Kasper Sonne
Kathy Grayson
Kembra Pfhaler
Kenny Scharf
Malcolm Stuart
Matt Leines
Neckface
Oscar Sanchez
Palma Blank
PJ Linden
Rashid Karim
Ricky Powell
Rivas & Tullie
Romon Yang “ROSTARR”
Ryan McGinness
Shepard Fairey
Slava Mogutin
Soba Eshima
Stefan Bondell
Steve Ellis
Suckadelic
Taylor McKimens
The Crystal Pharoah
The Hole
Todd James
Ulli Rimkus (Max Fish owner)
William Leroy (Billy’s Antiques and Props on the Bowery)

First come first serve, bring your credit card, and take home a cool art object before they are all snapped up.
ALIFE is a lifestyle concept based on and in downtown New York City. It is focused on art and creativity with a strong penchant for originality, even if that means stealing it. Alife’s mission is to showcase, elevate and perpetuate the downtown culture from which it is born. Alifenyc.com more info: arnaud@alifenyc.com

Kathy Grayson, owner of The Hole, curated her first show in 2003 because of a zine the ALIFE guys carried in their pop up shop at Deitch Projects, 2002. She has always wanted to pass on this fantastic resource to other aspiring curators who might be looking for that next amazing underground artist featured in this project.