Thursday, November 28, 2013

Ian Dreiblatt, Anna Gurton-Wachter and Tamas Panitz

Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 2pm

The Gallery at R&F Handmade Paints
84 Ten Broeck Avenue Kingston, NY 12401

A $5 donation is suggested. For directions please visit R&F’s website.

Ian Dreiblatt is a poet, translator, legal commentator, & musician.  His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Lungfull!, Web Conjunctions, The Agriculture Reader, Harp & Altar, Sink Review, and Pallaksch. Pallaksch., and his translation of Gogol's The Nose is forthcoming from Melville House Books.  He's currently working on a manuscript of poems conceived in relation to the writing of Osip Mandelstam, and another on the misconduct of the NYPD.  He lives with Anna Gurton-Wachter in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
Anna Gurton-Wachter is a poet, photographer, and student of library science and history. Her long poem: CYRUS is currently available as a chapbook from the Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs. She lives in Sunset Park where she parks her sunset.

Tamas Panitz was born Csongor Külina and lived as such for several weeks in Budapest, Hungary. He is a poet and student of Written Arts at Bard College.  His first book, provisionally titled Blue Sun is forthcoming with Inpatient Press.
In the Gallery at R&F:
The Gallery at R&F is pleased to present a solo exhibition of paintings by Visiting Artist, Lisa Kairos. This exhibition will be the artists’ first show in the Hudson Valley, and will be on view from December 7th, 2013 – January 18, 2014. Please join us on Saturday, December 7th, from 5-7 pm for an opening reception and gallery talk by the artist. This event is free and open to the public.

Cartography for Daydreamers alludes to the associative-mapping aspect of the art of Lisa Kairos, who explores dynamics between materialism and transparency, weight and buoyancy, construction and organic growth. Kairos creates floating narratives of decentralized imagery suspended in layers of transparent beeswax. Instead of being about a specific moment in time, these paintings are sensory landscapes, pools of accumulated memory and perception.


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