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Art shows from Bike Blog friendly Artists


I probably should have posted this earlier but bicycle culture photographer Tod Seelie, has his photos on display at the Cinders Gallery in Williamsburg.

The show is titled: Slow Dancing to Slayer, and runs through August 9th.

Here is a press release from the Men’s Style.com

written by: MATTHEW SCHNEIER
Photographer Tod Seelie has shot for such up-and-coming publications as The New York Times and New York—not to mention for Rogan and Loomstate—but he’s never had a solo gallery show in the five boroughs. That changes tonight: Slowdancing to Slayerfeatures images from Seelie’s various journeys—rafting down the Mississippi with art collective The Miss Rockaway Armada, touring with the hipster-heavy F*ck Yeah Fest, and stopping off everywhere from New Orleans to L.A. in between. Perhaps the exhibit will even answer that immortal question: How exactly does one slow dance to Slayer, anyway?
Through August 9 at Cinders Gallery, 103 Havemeyer St., Brooklyn, NY, (718) 388-2311, cindersgallery.com

Here are some pictures and write up from the opening night party on July 17th
from Fecal Face.com.

Tod’s blog is suckapants.com where you can find amazing pictures from the “Fuck yeah fest tour,” which Tod has been documenting featuring bands like: Dillinger 4, Matt and Kim, Team Robesppierre and punk rock legends the Circle Jerks.
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And for a show we haven’t missed:

Artist Swoon is presenting:

switchbacksea
from the website-
Swimming cities of Switchback Sea is a flotilla of seven intricately hand crafted vessels that will navigate the stretch of the Hudson River between Troy and the New York harbor this August 15th – September 7th. Imagined as a hybrid between boats and bits of land mass broken off and headed out to sea, the Switchback vessels will make stops in towns along the river bringing performances and music. Over the course of three weeks they will make their way toward their home port – an invented landscape tucked into a niche along the East River in Long Island City, Queens.

1 comment to Art shows from Bike Blog friendly Artists

  • Team

    yo\

    i went to show

    photos were like 200 bux frmaed, thats some inexpensive orig awesome art,
    kudos to seelie for keepin it affordable
    ( may get slack for that $ being affordable, but every other show iv gone to this al art has been 2-3 g’s

    -this message sent from my ASSBERRY