Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Joyful Tidings And Good Cheer

Inspired by our then-current show Flip, we welcomed The PIMA Group to our gallery for some serious cheer. And, man, did we have a BLAST!

Our visitors raised team spirit by performing to the music of Xanadu and electronic artist Yelle, giving us the strength we needed to keep going through the Bridge Art Fair.

Our thanks to The PIMA Group for joining us, we can't wait to have them back again as soon as possible. Wonder if they can dance architecturally?

Owner Marisa Sage with PIMA's Melissa Putz and artist Nora Herting. Ok!

Visiting Like the Spice may cause euphoria, lightheadedness, rapid heartbeat and confusion

Check out James Kalm's tour of the Bridge Art Fair... which includes our ever-so-clever intern Allison Moore explaining the dreaded Stendhal Syndrome, which can occur when you see too much art. Other highlights include several Williamsburg Galleries, like The Hogar Collection and Front Room. It's an easy way to see what was going on, and short enough that nobody gets sick!

Sunday, March 30, 2008

The New York Times Hearts Bridge Art Fair

The New York Times stopped by The Bridge Art Fair on Friday and took a good hard look around. They seem to have been very pleased, and with good reason! Take a quick look of your own and see what you missed, as well as what's still waiting for you to discover. Remember, Bridge Art Fair is open until 7pm, Sunday night. Come visit, you've still got time!