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July 13th, 2012 • Paul H-O
The Spencer Tunick Installation shoot for EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE OK - THE MERCER ST. MEDICAL CASE. It was produced by GalleryBeat's Kickstarter Project as a pledge level offering. It was a HAPPENING yo.
Eden has no shame.
It happened July 1st, at 4PM at the Mercer St. Medical office under the guidance of Dr. Daryl and Emily Isaacs. A blazing hot Sunday afternoon in the heart off Soho New York. The road to OK Street had enough potholes to have the producers scrambling for anxiety medication, as the 'office' was hysterical about mobs of naked anarchists running amok in the pristine new facility. This is the stuff of documentary movie making. Control. The feeling that one doesn't have it will create drama, maybe we need the drama, I know someone needs it. A good story needs it. So we have it, but it's love and guts that succeed the day.
To the Models, who not only are backers and believers of family medicine, but the family medicine, and the GalleryBeat crew that all came together with humanity, just as we came into the world; butt naked.
The Tunick Experience Crew included Kristin Bowler Tunick, Alyssa D'Anna.
The GalleryBeat Crew included producers Ken Kambara, Sono Osato, plus Ron Rocheleau, Tamara Weg, Lauren Zallo, Alec Isaacs, Savannah Spirit, and Paul H-O. The top two photos are by Lauren Zallo and Paul H-O and the second two are by Savannah Spirit. More stills included below by artist Savannah Spirit. All rights reserved by Savannah Spirit and Paul H-O, 2012.
May 4th, 2012 • Paul H-O
Art by J. Fiber, close up, ink on paper. Cloud Nine is open until May 13
Anyway, I was at this opening (I'll have to borrow someone's snap since I didn't take any of the opening) and this show is called CLOUD NINE and it's at this Billyburg gallery, The Front Room, and it's crowded as shit, hot, the beers gone and I get introduced to this artist, Disney Nasa Borg, (?), and he's a surfer but he looks like he's from Road Warrior. So we're gabbin' about cold water when this angry little thing in glasses places herself in the middle of us, like a ref, looks up and says "excuse me but can I see the art?" and bulldozes her way to the big life size collage of a naked fat dude in a room encrusted with fast food wrappers. (by Cham Giobbi) She was a pisser that one. Why at an opening that is so damn crowded in a small room? It's not like I haven't seen it before but there is that simmering aggression of the desperate under appreciated artist that flowers in unlikely places. I appreciate her segway - so I went to the show the next day when the gallery was relatively quiet.
Photograph by Jung Nam Leemore »
January 5th, 2012 • Paul H-O
The long simmering appetizer video, Cooking with GalleryBeat @ The Brooklyn Museum, Part 2 (shortie V.) with Robin Cembalest is the Chief Editor of ARTnews, the oldest and largest circulation art magazine in the world as she speaks of the history of art media, art, and her adventures chasing down stories. This dish also comes with teaser spots of GB guests Mrs.& Mr.: Kristin Bowler and Spencer Tunick, Ann Carr from the Web Series THE ACTRESS, Sanford Biggers and his big show at The BMuseum, and Dr. Daryl Isaacs, Head Physician of Mercer St. Medical. The show was taped in front of a live audience in the space-age wing of the museum, and it sounds like it. Hosted by Paul H-O and Dr. Lisa. For the full interview refer to CWGB@BM Part 2 full length. http://youtu.be/6TkF-QYLSr4 And thanks for watching, you rock!All Rights Reserved H-O GBM 2011
November 28th, 2011 • Paul H-O
The GalleryBeat live talk show, COOKING WITH GALLERYBEAT, avoided the skillet again by not cooking with strange fruit. We performed at the Brooklyn Museum's architectural futurama, the Rubin Pavilion on October 6th, 2011 as part of the museum's Thursday Night Series. Guests for this show were Mercer St. Medical's Dr. Daryl Isaacs, ArtNews Chief Editor Robin Cembalest, Upright Citizens Brigade's Ann Carr, World artist man/wife team Spencer and Kristin Bowler Tunick, and BM's main event artist, Sanford Biggers.more »
November 7th, 2011 • Paul H-O
Popular Doctor for New York's Creative Community Gets Booted by Greedy Landlord
My version of Dr. House is real. New documentary at square two is in reality in pre-production, a drama with 27 hours of real-time video about Dr. Daryl Isaacs, the uniquely brilliant and prolific internist, gives me his story of the struggle with the American medical establishment fix - all specialists and no GP's. He demonstrates in check form the insanity of "for profit health insurance' companies", Isaacs' massive patient load, and the surprising facts behind his inclusion in the hit film - SUPERSIZE ME, by then documentary director, Morgan Spurlock.
The Mercer Street Medical Case begins as a New York real estate nightmare, because Daryl Isaacs loses the lease on his medical practice and must move by the end of May. It was April and I began shooting the more »
September 28th, 2011 • Paul H-O 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.
September 28th, 2011 • Paul H-O