September 13, 2004
There is an event/party this Friday evening held at the Tobacco Warehouse in Dumbo, and sponsored by Art and Commerce. There was a competition for photographers and three of my pieces were accepted for this exhibition. There will be 50 other photographers included in this show, and I am expecting great work. The show will be up for a while, but the opening event with food, booze, DJ's, outdoor benches etc... will take place this Friday night. If you are interested in coming to the opening, please send me your snail mail address ASAP, so I can send you a physical invite. You will need this to get in the door, and, as it stands now, I only have a limited amount. Each invite will represent you plus one guest...
August 25, 2004
Wanna dress up and come out to wine and dine and view some art at an elegant location this Thursday evening.... I hope to see you there, but will surely understand if you can not make it - it is a bit pricey...being a benefit auction and all. See invite below: Frère Independent's 2004 Sensitive Material-Benefit Party Art Exhibition, Silent Auction, Raffle Champagne by Moët & Chandon Thursday August 26th from 7pm to Midnight New York Academy of Sciences 2 East 63rd street at 5th Avenue Admission: $50 in advance. $55 at the door Raffle ticket: $60 in advance. $65 at the door, includes admission Tickets may also be purchased at the event, however space is limited. Free Flowing Champagne by Moët & Chandon...
July 15, 2004
For any of you in Seattle, I have some (older) work up in the Group Show below at Photographic Center Northwest. The opening is tomorrow night. I think it looks pretty interesting and wish that I could make it, but alas, I can not. Can you? Photographic Center Northwest presents Steve Rubin, Bubba and His Great Uncle "Six Pack" Sammy Visual Proof, 9th Annual Photographic Competition Exhibition Juror: Roy Flukinger, Senior Curator of Photography & Film, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin Exhibition dates: July 16 - September 5, 2004 Artists' Reception: Friday, July 16, 8 - 9:30 pm at PCNW Thomas Loeb, Girl with Scorpion Lecture with Roy Flukinger at the Seattle Art Museum, Friday, July 16, 6:30 pm Lecture Title: "Out of Texas: Photography's History as Reflected in the Collections of the Harry Ransom Center of The University of Texas" Tickets: $8 Regular, $6 students, PCNW & SAM members & 9th Annual participants...
June 15, 2004
I'm leaving tomorrow morning for LA to help Swift Gallery start hanging my First Solo Show. I know many of you are not in the LA area, but I wanted to notify you anyway, just cause I'm looking forward to it very much. Check info below: Please join us for Swift Gallery's inaugural exhibition, presenting Sarah Small's photographic series "I Spy". "I Spy" opens Saturday, June 19, 2004 at 6 p.m. and will kick off the Swift Gallery free launch party. The show will continue through July 17, 2004. Swift Gallery is a non-profit exhibition and performance space for provocative art and culture, located at The Brewery complex in downtown Los Angeles. Please check out www.swiftgallery.org for more information. Event details: Saturday, June 19, 2004 6pm-8pm: artist reception 8pm-2am: opening party (Dj's :Blair, Cihan, Djemel) Free event/free drinks Swift Gallery (@ The Brewery) 676 South Avenue 21, Suite 200 Los Angeles, CA 90031 Phone: (213)403-0166 See you there!
May 01, 2004
This show includes a variety works that incorporate an array of mediums such as, painting, mixed media, silkscreen, printmaking, photography, video, installation, drawing and sculpture.
Featuring Dora Meshbane, Myke Dye, Elisa Velazquez, Nicole Fournier, Richard Martinez, Steven Lewis, Sarah Small, Joel Stoehr, Jason Snell, Keith Campbell, Glenn Bassett, Ana Weiss, Sajjad Hossain, Lissa, Evan Forsch and Mark Shaw.
Exhibition: May 1st - May 31st
Opening Reception: May 1st from 8-10PM
Times: Grand Central Bar is open daily: M-F 4PM-4AM and Sat.-Sun. 10:30AM - 4PM.
Address of venue with cross streets: 659 Grand Street between Manhattan Avenue and Leonard Street in Williamsburg.
Nearest subway: L train to Grand Street.
Telephone: 718.387.5515
Admission: FREE
March 25, 2004
Here is the information about the Group Show and Party this Sat night in Time Square. I will have a bunch of work up. About 20 new prints I've made for me, as well as a ton of recent work I've shot for the NY Post. I'm real curious to see these two totally different breeds of work combined together on one wall. (What I have made for the day job vs. what I have made for myself). Also, if I have photographed you in the past year, there is a chance you will be hanging on the wall. Come on Over. Drink some booze, peek at pictures, some paintings, live music, and buy some little $2-10 mystery goodies if you please. Specifics Bellow: Spit And Duct Tape collective, the kids are bored, and spaceworks @ the tank are proud to present: The Day Job: An Art and Live Music Event...
February 21, 2004
I got some excerpts (1997-2004) from my Polaroid project all big and beautifully scanned and printed at Clockwork Apple Gallery, which is in the Meatpacking District at 32b Gavensvoort (and Little W 12th). The group show is called "Self Inflicted Photographs", and will be up until March 13th.
February 21, 2004

On Thursday, March 4th, 6-8, I will have a very small piece hanging in a very large group show at A.I.R. Gallery in Chelsea. 511 West 25th street suite 301. Show is called Generations '04 and features all women artists. Up until March 26th.

October 21, 2003

I have 14 little tiny framed photos in a show that opens on Saturday... (sneak preview: one of them is of a mermaid eating a corndog).

July 01, 2003
Check out the new issue of Psychology Today Magazine (Simpsons on the cover) because it showcases thousands of my pictures (literally) on just two pages. You gotta see it to believe it...
May 08, 2003
Here is the info about the PopcornRoom Photo Show: The opening reception will take place on Saturday May 17th from 6-8pm. Anastasia Fite Gallery Director thepopcornroom 402 5th Street (between 5th & 6th Ave.) Park Slope, Brooklyn NY, 11215 www.popcornroom.com 718.369.3219 more details about the popcorn room if interested: the popcorn room is the first and only fine art gallery of its kind to open in Park Slope, and is relatively well known as the storefront with huge windows filled, from floor to ceiling, with popcorn! Now curious locals and tourists alike will get to see for themselves that the "Room With Popcorn" is actually filled, not with popcorn, but art. Film Director/Editor [Naqoyqatsi] Jon Kane took over the space three years ago for use as an over-flow editing room for opticnerve(tm) [his design/film production company]. The popcorn was originally installed in the windows to diffuse the light...
September 09, 2002

I will have work in LadyFest East's upcoming show held at Pratt. (Sat. Sept 21st 3-6pm, Pratt Institute, 200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn.)

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