I'm sorry, I have to post this:
XXX
(it is dedicated to Kirk Varnedoe - not that I have seen a copy:-)
- selma 10-07-2004 1:58 am

Creative Time invites you to a special screening of this seasonís hottest film: THINKING XXX, by acclaimed photographer and Creative Time Board member Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. A Q+A will follow with adult film star Michael Lucas.

Combining portraits, candid insights from adult film stars, and reflections on sexuality from esteemed authors and leading cultural observers, THINKING XXX is a fascinating behind-the-scenes documentary about the making of Greenfield-Sandersí new book, XXX: 30 Porn-Star Portraits (photographs from this book are now on view at Mary Boone Gallery).

Monday, November 8
Pioneer Theatre
155 East 3rd Street / Avenue A
6:00 - 7:30 PM

This event is presented in collaboration with HBO and our friends at the Federation for East Village Artists. Free reservations are available on a first-come, first served basis. To save a place, please respond to this email or call 212.206.6674 x203.
- selma 11-03-2004 11:15 pm [add a comment]


TGS was my brothers landlord for 10 years on 2nd st btwn 1-a. interesting guy. i loaned him a piece that hung in his studio for several years until it caught fire, the studio that is.
- bill 11-04-2004 1:40 am [add a comment]


Is that that converted church? I went to his studio once, a long time ago, I remember it being a church?
- selma 11-04-2004 1:54 am [add a comment]


tgs studio and home was i think a gothic sty rectory to the church on 1st. im sure your thinking of the same place though. my brother lived a couple of doors down the st towards 1st ave.(i lived there for a year too before moving to hoboken) in between was the a highrise, the max meltzer jewish old folk home. behind them on houston was katzes. that block in the 60's was home of clasus oldenburghs store.
- bill 11-04-2004 2:06 am [add a comment]





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