September 5th, 2014 / 17:38:58
We celebrated the final season of Boardwalk Empire cialisdosage-5mg10mg20mg.com< brought to you by HBO and the limited edition collaboration with Reed Space this past week!
If you had the pleasure of joining us then I hope you’re putting the flask to good use
& rocking the exclusive t-shirt, only available the night viagra sale< of the event!
“NO ONE GOES QUIETLY”
Here’s a look at the night’s festivities!
Many thanks to HEINEKEN US for providing the fun & keeping us cool throughout the evening!
DJ DARVIN SILVA for providing great musical vibes all NIGHT LONG!
Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating!
All photos by Isabel Lasala
June 6th, 2014 / 14:15:13
Thank you to all the good people who celebrated #AUDIOVISION this past week!
We celebrated a dope collaboration between visual artist NATUREL and music from ILLMIND with a special collaboration with STAPLE.
Check out some photos of the gallery and event!
Thank you to Heineken for keeping us cool with the cold brews! (and for all the good folks who partied & had fun throughout the indoor heatwave!)
If you missed your chance to score a one-of-a-kind Naturel art piece, no biggie!
Swing by Reed Space for Prints and T.shirts available in-store!
June 4th, 2014 / 12:44:34
Please join us at #TheReedingAnnex on 6/5 featuring sneaker customizer MACHE
He’ll be talking art, kick and everything else in between!
Seating is very limited!
To reserve a seat: bit.ly/mache65
Catch ya’ there!!
June 2nd, 2014 / 16:25:45
NYC JOIN US TOMORROW NIGHT FOR AN EPIC EVENT #AUDIOVISION
MORE DETAILS BELOW!!
RSVP TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
entrance based on capacity!
A LIMITED-EDITION CUSTOM TEE AND A 12″ x 12″ SIGNED PRINT WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE EVENT!
Catch ya’ there!!
April 12th, 2014 / 15:17:38
Join us today for final day of the Gommi Arcade Gallery!
Open to the public from 12pm-7pm
151 Orchard Street New York, NY 10002
April 10th, 2014 / 16:36:06
PLEASE RSVP: Malcom@gommiarcade.com
for tomorrow’s opening night at Reed Annex
& If you miss out on the fun tomorrow night!
Join us Saturday 4/12 from 12-7pm for the Gommi Gallery shopping experience!
Catch ya there.
September 24th, 2013 / 13:49:12
The Bowery Presents…
Blue Scholars show @ The Music Hall of Williamsburg
Date: Friday, October 4th
We’re are giving away two free tickets (yup, I said it FREE.99) if you follow @Reedspace & @Bowerypresents on Instagram and Facebook!!
Make sure to tag us with a photo on IG & why you should win! Use hash-tags #reedspace #bowerypresents & #bluescholars
April 13th, 2010 / 12:40:42
New New New Just In Just In Just In…
STILL LIVES: Collin Dodgson
23 Photographs, B&W Photocopy on Grey Newspaper 8.5 x 11In.
Stapled Softcover, Edition of 150
Smoke And Fire: Luke Barber-Smith…
5.5″ x 8.5″ – 100 pages, 1-color offset on cream paper, Hardbound with newsprint dustcover.
Each copy includes a 3″x5″ original photo mounted in back cover.
Edition of 100, signed and numbered.
March 10th, 2010 / 15:47:20
The Autobiography of: ANYThing’s/L.E.S’s A-Ron aka A-Ron the DON aka Aaron Bondaroff…
…The book is primarily shots of an entry by MR. Bondaroff at an art show that appeared at the A.S.S. gallery (Asia Son Society) in NYC’s LES sometime last year… If you missed the show to read whats the skinny on the T’s, now you can take his Bio home.
Her’s a taste for now…
– Growing up in Brooklyn with a Puerto Rican mother and Jewish father, both of them New Wave health nuts, Bondaroff’s family was atypical in more ways than one. When he was young, A-ron’s father schemed to make extra money; the whole family sold “blue-green algae” with chlorophyll that was supposed to give you energy. “Kids who knew nothing about the health food game—we had them sold… We came up with a better hustle than the pyramid money scam; we had the super blue green algae!”
– A-ron and his family had trouble with pets. They froze their hamsters and dyed Pepper the dog purple. But A-ron’s biggest problem was with the two Siamese cats; every time he brought a girl up to his room, the cats would sit and stare at the action: “Cats are very sexual like that,” He says in the book.
– A-ron was always causing trouble at the camp he and his sisters attended each summer. One of his punishments for being (admittedly) a pain was clearing rocks off a field all day. Years later, counselors joked that the camp’s new arena should be named Aaron Bondaroff Field—because he cleared the way for it!
-In the ninth grade, his friend’s brother began to DJ at clubs in the city. A-ron was under age, so he would carry the records to get in, nap until people arrived, and then dance for the rest of the night. “[We’d] do this every Thursday. Every fucking Thursday. I would hit the club, get home like 5 AM, and then wake up at 8 AM and go to school. I was living a secret life.”
-After a long night in Manhattan, A-ron and his friends would take cabs back to Brooklyn (and usually cheat the driver by running out on the tab). When the cabbie refuse to take five people, they would stuff a kid into the trunk, until one friend, Salamander, was forgotten. “He ended up at JFK… The driver opened the trunk and Salamander popped out like the Crypt Keeper. He jumped out of the trunk and ran.”
-Though he says he’s always been called A-ron, he added “the Don” to his graffiti tag, and it stuck. Later, friends started calling him the Dirty Rotten Don. “It’s funny when you have a name you start to become that name. Like Dirty Rotten Don. The name started to take over the person. I was getting dirtier and more rotten, but at the same time I was learning how to be a Don.”
-A-ron claims he was always good with word play, so when he started his own brand, it follows that the name would be clever. aNYthing was all about living and breathing the streets of New York. “One day runs into the next—and as demented as it might sound to an average person, it’s still this freedom that we dream about and live, sometimes, in the city, a paradise island of opportunities.”
Take the book home… Take it all in… there.
Art Direction & Design by:Eric Elms
Puplished by: &P (And Press)
March 10th, 2010 / 15:37:27
A Great newspaper print book with each page potentially being it’s own frame-able piece of art. Eric Elms brings a funny yet personal artistic approach to everyday icons to create a whole new desription from his view.
224 pages, 2-color offset on newsprint. Perfect bound.
Elms- “I originally didn’t want to do any of my own books for the launch but I had this idea kicking around for awhile so I decided to get it done. This book is based around Kilroy, a subject that I have worked with before. The idea of where it came from always fascinated me so I wanted to really explore that idea by combining it with everything I could think of.”
1 per page. 220 of them.
…This dude is definitely working.
Printed in an Edition of 1000 copies…
Eric Elms: Published by &P (And Press)