Peace @ Sideshow Gallery

James Kalm has done it again with two great You Tube videos documenting one of the largest open call art exhibits in the NY area at the small Sideshow Gallery in Williamsburg. The show, now in its seventh year evolved out of a small open call Christmas show, it now includes works by around 300 area artists and takes two weeks to install.

One of the nicest aspects of the show is that it usually includes a cross section of works by both unknown, little known and well known artists like Larry Poons, Chris Martin and Bill Jenson. Its chock full of a lot of great stuff, often hung too high to look at.

2 Comments so far

  1. Joelen Mulvaney (unregistered) on January 30th, 2008 @ 4:41 pm

    Fabulous film, Kalm. "Have You Been to Jail for Justice", the drawing I sent from Vermont, is inspired by the "Raging Grannies" members arrested at the Barre, Vermont recruitment center for sitting in against wars and recruiting young men and women by telling them lies. Ages of the grannies…78, 81 and 90. thanks for your GREAT work – Peace, Joelen


  2. Joelen Mulvaney (unregistered) on January 30th, 2008 @ 4:41 pm

    Fabulous film, Kalm. "Have You Been to Jail for Justice", the drawing I sent from Vermont, is inspired by the "Raging Grannies" members arrested at the Barre, Vermont recruitment center for sitting in against wars and recruiting young men and women by telling them lies. Ages of the grannies…78, 81 and 90. thanks for your GREAT work – Peace, Joelen



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