Saturday, December 22, 2007

From Dusk ‘Til Dawn

Pedestrians on Roebling Street, just removed from the hip, happening, Bedford Avenue, have been lingering on the sidewalk between South 2nd and South 3rd along with a nightly gathering of neighborhood children. Like the Spice has an exotic visitor, a tiger pacing its barred storefront after dark. Visible from dusk 'til dawn, Like the Spice brings some wildlife to our asphalt jungle in the form of Johnna MacArthur's Pacing, a site-specific video installation in the gallery's newest show: Deer Art: Animal Imagery in Contemporary Art. Like the Spice, which is just as much about community as it is about art, once again entices the average passerby as much as the seasoned connoisseur as we all take delight in glimpsing the tiger for the first time. Whether a surprising discovery during a walk home from running errands, or part of a well-planned evening stroll, Like the Spice gives you another kind of window display to contemplate this holiday season. Check out the opening pics!

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