tagged with: Lisa Levy

Everything is Going to Be OK - OUR KICKSTARTER SURPASSES GOAL, WHICH IS EXCELLENT. WE STILL HAVE ALL PLEDGE LEVELS AVAILABLE!

June 9th, 2012 • Paul H-O
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WE DID IT AND EVERYTHING ROCKS! WE ARE STILL RUNNING AN AFTER KICK WITH ALL REWARDS INTACT SO IT'S NOT TOO LATE - BACK US AND GET ART, FILM, MUSIC AND AMAZING HEALTH IF YOU CAN FIND A GENERAL PRACTITIONER. ALL THE REWARD PLEDGE LEVELS ARE INTACT ON THE EVERTYTHING IS GOING TO BE OK - THE MERCER ST. MEDICAL CASE.

GEO LOCO – THE REIMAGINED LANDSCAPE – GROUP SHOW

October 30th, 2011 • Paul H-O
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Here's the card. The line-up. The locator map. Curated by Henry Sanchez and including Phil (Brainpan) Beuhler, Carla (RunningDear) Gannis, Eve Andrea Laramee, Eto Otitigbe, then around the block to Curator Sanchez. Mash that landscape, boys and girls! Now if the L rain is running on Saturday the 5th... The equivalent of a good review is 'preview', and I say do the preview, so do it.

GalleryBeat Live @ The Brooklyn Museum, Yo

September 28th, 2011 • Paul H-O
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Time: Thursday, October 6 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Location: Brooklyn Museum in the Rubin Pavilion (the glass entrance that is fabulous)

200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/calendar/event/4728

With guests Ann Carr, Dr. Daryl Isaacs, Sanford Biggers, Spencer and Kristin Tunick, and Robin Cembalest. Hosted by Paul H-O and Lisa Levy. Music and entertainment will be provided by Pat Daughtery

Cooking with GalleryBeat is a live talk show mixing freeform conversation and performance from art to astrophysics. The taping is live and then slow-burned for broadcast on GalleryBeat.net to click start New York’s fall art season. The show is hosted by Paul H-O, creator of GalleryBeat TV, along with co-host Dr. Lisa Levy, the popular, self-proclaimed conceptual psychoanalyst. Produced by Paul, Lisa and Samantha Schlaifer.

This event is co-produced by BM’s Press Relations and Curatorial Departments with special thanks to Director Arnold Lehman.

Piece of Mind Cake

May 17th, 2011 • Paul H-O
Serendipity, cohesion, and conceptual width. Until May 28 at Elga Wimmer PCC 526 West 26th Street #310 New York, NY 10001   ARTISTS:  Gabriel Barcia-Colombo, Melanie Bonajo, T.R. Ericsson, Faith Holland, Yeji Jun, Lisa Levy, Sono Osato, Carrie Mae Rose, Jason Swift, Jil Weinstock http://www3.fitnyc.edu/artmarket/pieceofmind/pr.html What happens when a fresh faced group of twelve F.I.T. graduate student curators spend a year combing the New York art base  more »

Judy Rifka Wrecks Hotel Room - GBM Exclusive

March 6th, 2011 • Paul H-O
WHEN ART STARS TRASH - Where: DUAL @ POOL Art Fair @ The Gershwin Hotel NYC Did art star Judy Rifka have it in for Billy The ArtStar? (BTA) There is conjecture on the subject when during yesterdays press interview with BTA. As he was talking about his new work all attention was suddenly diverted as Rifka began taking the room apart. Can Judy play nice with others? Dr. Lisa Levy gives analysis for GalleryBeat at the scene, DUAL. Camera by Paul and Hosted by Lisa and Paul - Dual curated by Savannah Spirit  - All Rights Reserved GalleryBeat and Paul H-O 2011.

Dual @ Pool Art Fair

March 5th, 2011 • Paul H-O
If Facebook is Any Indication... DUAL - curated by Savannah Spirit. Artists include BTA, Chambliss Giobi, Max Langhurst, Christopher Lee, Tara Meisenheimer, John D. Monteith, Judy Rifka, Sadie Weis, Agnis Zotis, Frantic F Emme (performance) In the battle of the art fairs this weekend I wouldn't even dare to put odds on anything other than to say the Gershwin Hotel has a head start on eccentric. It is a genuine oddity and a throwback to another decade from the last century. In the location (7 E 27th St. NYC) just look for the red building with huge white horn shaped things protruding from the  more »

I Like the Art World and The Art World Likes Me

March 5th, 2011 • Paul H-O
GalleryBeat Media Report:  GO SEE THE SHOW OPEN UNTIL MARCH 5
Curated by Eric Doeringer, this artist manque group show (look it up) delivers a number of blows against the Empire. Exhibited in the less spacious gallery it inhabited in Chelsea, even the non-profit Elizabeth Foundation in it's present space serves as a gritty reminder that all is not well in the art world masked in image maintenance. They could use some shades, that would help. The show itself is hilarious and informative while exhibiting an excellent skill set of art that dares to critique artist and the establishment the artist so dearly wants to be part of, maybe.
EFA Project Space, 323 W 39th St. NYC  Part 1 Hosted by Paul H-O and Lisa Levy assisted by Phil Beuhler. GalleryBeat. net is  almost non-commercial, we'd like to change that.