Artbreakhotel Gallery presents ‘8 FIGURES’ by Ivey Balderson

Artbreakhotel Gallery invites you to 8 FIGURES, exhibition of new works by Ivey Balderson

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Mike Tyler’s ‘Black Night, Black Knight’

In his new book, Black Night, Black Knight, Tyler’s poems evoke a time when phone booths still existed, you could smoke on planes, and Richard Nixon had just died—inspiring the shortest poem in the book: “Good.” Infamous for breaking his arm during a particularly tumultuous reading, Tyler’s writing is fueled by a red-hot, molten exchange with his audience and his contemporary hallucinatory and sharp-edged phrasing give a direct experience of a moment in poetic time that The Village Voice says “pulses with the same euphoric heartbeat that made Rimbaud the proto punk rock hero.”

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IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK:  Mad Meanderings Through The Carlton Arms Hotel.

The Carlton Arms Art Project presents IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK: Mad Meanderings Through The Carlton Arms Hotel. Six new rooms will open on Friday, March 18th from 6 to 9 pm

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Dual Exhibition ‘TABLEAU & AUSPICIOUS’ by Brian Dowdall and Alison Spiesman

Artbreakhotel Gallery at The Carlton Arms Hotel presents dual exhibition T&A Tableau And Auspicious by Brian Dowdall VISIONARY and Alison Spiesman CONTEMPORARY. March 11-19, 2016.

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Open studio with artist Hope London

OPEN STUDIO with artist Hope London at the Carlton Arms Hotel. Friday, February 26th, 2016 5-7PM.

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Meet & Greet with artist Brian Dowdall and Alison Spiesman

MEET AND GREET with visionary artist Brian Dowdall and Alison Spiesman working on a new room at the Carlton Arms Hotel. Friday, January 29 2016 Noon-4PM.

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“Ghosts” by Helen Oliver Adelson

The Carlton Arms Hotel is pleased to present ‘Ghosts’, a solo exhibition of paintings by Helen Oliver Adelson. ‘Ghosts’ consists of a selected group of recent works that examine the artist’s exchange of energy with her subjects and depicts the tension between presence and absence in her portraiture and architectural landscapes. Her paintings are as much about the figures and places they portray as they are about the negative space, the void surrounding them. HOA’s landscapes are places looking back at us whilst her portraits express a person’s inner landscape, questioning what’s behind the mask/facade.

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