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November 27, 2010
On Saturday, November 27th the Capital Disctrick Kings and The Marketplace Gallery cordially invite you to MESH. An event for socialites, artists, electronic music enthusiasts, DJ’s, producers, promoters and all around positive people.
Your sonic puppeteers for the night:
GUNDUP: CDK, NRI, Dirty whiteboy records, Queens NYC.
-Ill nasty breaks you’ve never heard of.
Robin Moreau: www.selectrhythms.com
-An Albany house heroine!!
Deep Children: http://www.mixcloud.com/deepchildren/
-Baltimore club, uk house, dubstep, funk, wonky bass.
Soul Controller: Unicorns and sex elf, bust yo guns son.
-Dope classic and timeless house music.
Siz and Vic: CDK, NRI, Dirty whiteboy records.
-Special tag team set for this event!! Albany staples in dance music.
This event was created to bring together the people that make our lives enjoyable. The earlier time is designed for the more “experienced” crowd who love the music but can’t be out until 4am. Come and support the people who make up the culture we love to be a part of. See everyone there!!
-Vic, Capital Disctrick Kings.
November 22, 2010
|“READY or NOT…” art event
The Marketplace Gallery
40 Broadway suite#23
Albany NY 12202
November 12, 2010
A group art show of variant artists exhibited at the 320 Studios
14th floor, 320W 37th st, Manhattan, NY, 10018
The Show will be held in November,
5pm-1am on Thursday the 11th
and 5pm-1am on Friday the 12th
The Contrast Art Show is an art exhibition which puts together a
variation of artists, artistic movement groups, and several upcoming
galleries in an attempt to show the rising trend of art in New York
City. The participants include members of groups such as: the Pudding
Factory Art Collective, The New York Art Page, The Art Society for the
Advancement of the Spine, the Marketplace Gallery and The American Art Gallery; all together coming in at upwards of 30 artists.
Helping to oversee the exhibition will be John Stavros the Owner of PMP Studios at his new event space 320 Studios, an old friend of Andy Warhol’s and the first art director/promoter of studio 54. On his part Mr. Stavros will exhibit The Sergeant Pepper Lonely Hearts dolls, the only set of four dolls existing in the United States; as well as never before seen works by Antonio Lopez. Additionally, a live body painting session will be presented by Ocean Clark, adding to the kick off for the show.
November 10, 2010
The Marketplace Gallery
40 Broadway, suite#23
Albany NY, 12202
“All Business” art event
Al Ackerman-Scott Michael Ackerman
All Photos by Frank Whitney ASMP
“CONTRAST” art event
14th floor, 320W 37th st.
Manhattan, NY, 10018
-Thursday the 11th-5pm-1am
Friday the 12th-5pm-1am
The Marketplace gallery will be representing the artists,
Scott Michael Ackerman
Gregory Maxwell Dunn
Jackson Quinn Gray
The Contrast Art Show is an art exhibition which puts together a variation of artists, artistic movement groups, and several upcoming galleries in an attempt to show the rising trend of art in New York City. The participants include members of groups such as: The New York Art Page, The Marketplace Gallery, The American Art Gallery, and more. All together coming in at upwards of 30 artists.
November 9, 2010
Sean Rowe will be making his triumphant return to The Marketplace Gallery on the first Saturday on the 4th of Dec.
This will be an extraordinary experience for all involved.
For songs and reviews;
November 1, 2010
The 30th of OCT was an amazing event for 40 Broadway. Slick Fitty opened there doors for the Hallows Eve and the Marketplace Gallery had Dj OFI laying down an amazing set throughout the event. Very special guests RAILBIRD performed one of the greatest sets of music I have heard any band deliver in a long time, The night truly came alive with there captivating set. It was an event to behold.
We will also have the Coffin King Results by days end, thank you to all that voted!
Photos by Michael P. Farrell