Tuesday, September 27, 2011

JIMMY TROTTER : THE SWEETEST KILL. opens thurs. oct. 6, 2011


MULHERIN POLLARD Projects
End of Freeman Alley off Rivington between Bowery and Chrystie
187 Chrystie Street
New York, New York 10002
  
www.mulherinpollard.com

Friday, September 16, 2011

OUR YASU

OUR YASU

a site-specific installation & 
collaborative works by

JIHA MOON & RACHEL HAYES

Opening Saturday September 17 (7-9pm)
  Show runs September 17- October 29, 2011




ADA Gallery: 228 West Broad St.
Richmond, VA 23220

The Sweetest Kill : new work by Jimmy Trotter & group show DAYDREAMING ANIMALS!

OPENING THURSDAY OCTOBER 6TH , 6-9PM
AT 
MULHERIN + POLLARD
located at the end of Freeman Alley between Chrystie & Bowery Sts. at Rivington
NYC

also showing & opening in October
 
Daydreaming Animals

Lori D, Jad Fair, Goodiepal, Jakob Boeskoev, Casey Farnum, Able Brown, Nathanial Russel, Chris Kerr, Neil Farber, Michael Dumontier, Cricket Raspet, EEF, Bruno Meyrick-Jones, Nicholas Kuszyk
 
don't miss our FUN opening




Daydreaming Animals

OPENING Thursday October 6th (6-9pm) 
Daydreaming Animals
Lori D, Jad Fair, Goodiepal, Jakob Boeskoev, Casey Farnum, Able Brown, Nathanial Russel, Chris Kerr, Neil Farber, Michael Dumontier, Cricket Raspet, EEF, Bruno Meyrick-Jones, Nicholas Kuszyk


at MULHERIN POLLARD

Saturday, September 10, 2011

We will never forget you George


George Kuchar
left
us
this
week.


George
was
a
meteorologist
professor
food lover (not a foodie)
friend
actor
director
bike rider
"storm couch potato" or "storm squatter"
lover
photographer
drawer
painter
son & brother
editor
and
overall
beautiful
person.
he LOVED to put people together.
he loved making us laugh.
he LOVED film.
he LOVED soundtracks! ( that was really his only music )
He loved pot-stickers.
I could go on & on & on some more. 
Life won't be the same without George, and it's nothing but a tragedy that cancer has taken him too soon. But I don't think anyone ever could have left a mark as indelible as George has. With no money, and nothing but his spirit & hard, hard work, George changed the world.
We will never forget you George.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

George Kuchar passed away last night. We're going to miss you George.


Here I am shooting a bit of video of George during Art Basel week 2009 which he made into a diary, Artstar. I can't believe George is gone. George was my professor, my artist and my friend of 23 years. I met George the fall of 1989 when I moved to San Francisco to attend SFAI. His class was called AC/DC Psychoteleplays. or Psychotropics.. i can't remember exactly but it sounded more fun than Painting 2 or Life Drawing. and it was. In fact, I like many others, couldn't stop "taking his class". During grad school for painting and beyond, I kept finding myself hanging out at Studio 8. I'm happy to have been one of George's many"actors".
And now, having been George's art dealer for the past few years, I can't tell you how much fun we've had together. And I'm so proud of the wonderful exhibitions that we have coming this year and next, which fortunately he knew about, He was very excited and proud of what was happening with his drawings and paintings.
Oh man, I'm so sad. We will miss you George. Always & Forever.