We Owe You Nothing

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14th Street at 6th Avenue, New York City, 2009 (from Dear New Yorker), 2009 Photography 13x19in © Joseph Michael Lopez
We Owe You Nothing
Curated by: Carl Gunhouse

19-20 Palmetto St.
Ridgewood, NY 11385
March 2nd, 2013 - March 31st, 2013

other (outside main areas)
Open during receptions and appointments only.


Small Black Door is Pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition curated by Carl Gunhouse entitled We Don’t Owe You A Thing: a group show to opening Saturday, March 2nd from 6 to 9. With a DJ Set by JAMS at 8PM, All are welcome.

Directions: A 5 minute walk from the Forest Ave. M stop (right off the L line).

We Don’t Owe You A Thing focuses on art that reflects aesthetically and intellectually the tenets of a virulent subset of Punk Rock called Hardcore. The show brings together a divergent group of artists who all at one time or another were involved in the hardcore scene. The group’s work, now shares a common thread of being direct, dark, powerful, a tad masculine, DIY, and above all, determined to value personal expression above pleasing others. The show highlights the convergence of two unlikely bedfellows, the Hardcore scene and the Brooklyn art scene.

Participating Artists: Joseph Michael Lopez, Thomas Marquet, Guy Nelson, Jacob Rhodes & Keith Sullivan

We Don’t Owe You A Thing will be open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays between March 2nd and March 31st from 1 to 5pm or by appointment.

With a closing brunch March 31st 3-5PM featuring a reading by Eric Wiess of Rumpshaker Fanzine

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