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Green Lantern Projects: Press, Bookstore, Gallery, & Performance Space

Green Lantern Projects: Press, Bookstore, Gallery, & Performance Space
  Above a Singer Sewing shop, through a non-descript green door, and up a staircase, you will find the home of Green Lantern Projects. Serving as both a domestic and public space, this apartment transforms to become a multi-faceted realm, housing the Green Lantern Gallery, The Paper Cave Bookstore, The Green Lantern Press, and The Corpse Performance Space- all in one. From printing books, to... 

Week Ends, Art Begins || September 9th – 11th

Week Ends, Art Begins || September  9th – 11th
FRIDAY || SEPTEMBER 9th, 2011 Overkill Group Video show with work from Manon de Boer, Candice Breitz, EJ Hill, Diego Leclery and Casilda Sanchez. The Mission Projects 1431 W. Chicago Ave 6:00p – 9:00pm FREE Public School PUBLIC SCHOOL is an Austin-based collective focused on design, illustration and photography. For a group based around creative collaboration, Homework is an opportunity to show... 
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Green Lantern Gallery: An Illuminating Interview with Caroline Picard

Green Lantern Gallery: An Illuminating Interview with Caroline Picard
Robert Smithson once wrote that “A work of art, when placed in a gallery, loses its charge and becomes a portable object, or surface, disengaged from the outside world.” Smithson’s controversial words fail to resonate with many art historians and gallery owners. But the artist may have been on to something when he noted that a work of art often “loses its charge” once... 
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