Please join us on Saturday, November 23, 2013 from 3pm - 5pm for the opening of Petrella’s Imports : Internet Protocol at the eastern steps of the Pulitzer Fountain across the street from Apple’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue, NYC (Fifth Ave@59th St).
Works by David Brooks, Eric Mack, Sydney Shen, Dwyer Kilcollin, Daniel Lefcourt, Elizabeth Jaeger, Gina Beavers, Emily Ludwig Shaffer, Virginia Poundstone, Kizu Magazine, Evita Yumul, Francesca Capone, Gregory Kalliche, Sterling Wells, Erica Sarlo, Jojo Li, Ah Hole Ah Hole, Alex Decarli, Dora Budor, Essex Olivares, Amanda Dandeneau, Andrew Norman Wilson, Joshua Citarella, Kevin Zucker, Liam Turkle, Maja Cule, No Work, Andrew Ross, Clay Schiff, Arts & Sciences Projects, and Chris Rice will be exclusively accessible via geolocation at this site. Works will subsequently be released to the internet at large on December 1st.
Created by Anne Libby, Elise McMahon and Sophie Stone, Petrella’s Imports takes an interest in content distribution in the contemporary. The Petrella’s app, available at petrellasimports.net, can be added to the home screen of your mobile device. The app is designed to distribute a running inventory of free artist publications.
Land Marks, Letha Wilson, Hassla, 2013.
Nikholis R. Planck.
Against Architecture, Vol 1, Tokyo. Louis M. Schmidt, 2013.
Not Yet in Ruin, James Bouche, Springsteen Gallery, Baltimore, 2013.
Sebastian Black & Robin Cameron, Bodega Press, 2013.
Pennant Banners, Ryan Compton, offsite installation, Paint it Black, Guest Spot @ the Reinstitute, Baltimore, November 2013.
Seeking comfort in an uncomfortable chair. Bruno Munari.