An Encounter with Nick Cave

Posted by The G on March 29, 2013 under Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.

Nick Cave and Geoffrey Dicker

Nick Cave and Geoffrey Dicker

Nick Cave, not to be confused with another Nick Cave, is in New York to play 3 sold out shows at the legendary Beacon Theatre.  Across town, the other Nick Cave is showing an exhibit at Grand Central Station.  I can honestly say that I’ve met both Nick Caves and they are both super cool.  I love both of their art so much.  Nick(s), thanks!!!

“Heard NY” by Nick Cave at Grand Central Station

Posted by The G on March 27, 2013 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Nick Cave.

Nick Cave at Grand Central Station

Nick Cave at Grand Central Station

Nick Cave, not that Nick Cave (however, that Nick Cave is performing in New York this week as well), has a new and very brief exhibit in New York’s Grand Central Station called “Heard NY.”  Only up for the week of March 25 – 31, 2013, you can see some of Nick Cave’s latest works in Vanderbilt Hall.

Nick Cave

Nick Cave

Nick Cave

Nick Cave

Nick Cave -"Heard NY" at Grand Central Station

Nick Cave -“Heard NY” at Grand Central Station

 

 

 

“Ever After” and “For Now” by Nick Cave

Posted by The G on September 12, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | 2 Comments to Read

Photos by G.  Art by Nick Cave.

Nick Cave - Ever After at Jack Shainman Gallery in NYC (and Mary Boone Gallery) through October 8, 2011

The only thing better than a new exhibit from artist Nick Cave is 2 exhibits by Nick Cave.  New York galleries Jack Shainman and Mary Boone are concurrently running exhbits by Nick Cave. At Jack Shainman Gallery, you’ll see “Ever After” and at Mary Boone, you’ll see “For Now.”  Nick Cave has made a name for himself by designing “soundsuits” made out of various materials.  In these two exhibits, you’ll see everything from hair to kazoos.  You will also be wowed by the technique and the patience it must have taken to put these detailed outfits together.

 

Nick Cave (at Mary Boone)

“Ever After” shows at Jack Shainman Gallery (located at 513 West 20th Street) in Manhattan through October 8, 2011.

“For Now” shows at Mary Boone Gallery (located at 541 West 24th Street) in Manhattan through October 22, 2011.

See more photos as well as a picture of my encounter with Nick Cave after the jump.

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