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Café Kiss of the World

Posted by Jon Lapointe on 20 December 2010

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Café Kiss of the World, a newly commissioned installation by artist/poet Haruko Tanaka, opens in the Armory Center for the Arts’ Mezzanine Gallery on Saturday, January 22 from 7-9pm. Born in Queens, New York in 1974 and raised in England and Japan, Tanaka returned to the U.

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Ruins of Daedalus’ Labyrinth

Posted by Jon Lapointe on 20 December 2010

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Ruins of Daedalus' Labyrinth, a newly commissioned installation by multidisciplinary artist Nuttaphol Ma, opens in the Armory Center for the Arts’ Mezzanine Gallery on Saturday, January 22 from 7-9pm. Thai-born, Los Angeles-based artist Nuttaphol Ma combines elements of Greek myth, Western operatic form, and European weaving to create a maze-like installation based on a story of migration and survival in his installation Ruins of Daedalus' Labyrinth.

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Sympathetic Magic: Video Myths and Rituals

Posted by Jon Lapointe on 20 December 2010

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Sympathetic Magic: Video Myths and Rituals, a group exhibition of time based work organized by curator Catherine Taft opens at the Armory Center for the Arts’ main Caldwell Gallery on Saturday, January 22, 2011, 7 - 9pm. This group exhibition dealing with themes relating to myth and ritual, will feature works from 1974 through the present by video artists Neil Beloufa, Nancy Buchanan, Spencer Douglass and Gustavo Herrera, Naotaka Hiro, Ulysses Jenkins, Aaron GM, Cynthia Maughan, Nikhil Murthy, Catherine Ross, Marnie Weber, and Bruce and Norman Yonemoto with Mike Kelley.

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Eclipse Quartet performance at the Armory Center for the Arts

Posted by Jon LaPointe on 10 December 2010

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Celebrated, cutting edge new music ensemble, The Eclipse Quartet will perform a concert of contemporary works for string quartet at The Armory Center for the Arts on Tuesday, January 25 at 8:00PM. Three recent compositions by Meredith Monk, Lois Vierk and Stephen Cohn represent manifestations of different directions which have grown from the second generation of the minimalist movement.

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