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Artists Meeting Presents Being & Event, a night of performance at Postmasters


Artists Meeting Presents:
Being and Event
A Free Night of Performance
Live at Postmasters Gallery

459 West 19th Street, New York NY

Sunday June 26th - starting at 8pm.

Artists Meeting and Postmasters Gallery invite you to attend the collectives latest multimedia performance showcase investigating the borders of performance art. Being and Event refers to the book of the same title by philosopher Alain Badiou. With special guest artist MC Al Lupiani, Artists Meeting loosely addresses his theories in two types of performances. The overarching questions are, what constitutes being and what constitutes an event in the 21st Century.

On the being side are performances by Maria Joao Salema, Don Edler, Paulina V. Ahlstrom and Abigail Weg. On the event side are performances by Sofy Yuditskaya, Olga Lysenko & Fernando Sanabria, Lee Wells, Victor Sheely, David Henry Brown Jr., Douglas Kelley, GH Hovagimyan, Raphaele Shirley, the Nsumi Collective with Dungeon Master and surprise special guests.

This will be Artists Meeting's fourth multi-media performance event at Postmasters and follow up to the 1st YouTube Slam, Triptych Party, Weirder The Better, and A-List Cannibal Cage Match.

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Note: There is a suggested donation of $10 to Artists Meeting to fund continuing events. 

For more information contact:


Postmasters Gallery 

459 West 19th Street
New York NY 10011

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Postmasters Gallery opened in East Village in December 1984, moved to Soho in 1989 and in September 1998 the gallery relocated again to a large ground floor space in Chelsea. During its 25 years Postmasters has shown young and established artists of all media, actively seeking new forms of creative expression and show them in a context of painting, sculpture and photography. The artworks are generally content oriented, conceptually based, and - most importantly - reflective of our time.