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New Years Eve 2010
Tickets: $ 100 - $ 125
Boasting a twist on nightlife, GalleryBar opens as a gallery by day, exhibiting works from the art world's emerging and established talents. During the evening, it transitions into a bi-level lounge. Its upstairs gallery lounge can accommodate 150 people while the intimate downstairs living room can host 100 people. Celebrate New Year's and view some art at the same time to ring in 2010.
Oh, and we do have a photobooth to make your NYE a little more fun.
Come celebrate with us as we turn in the New Year 2010
* Open Premium Bar 10-3am
* Champagne Toast at midnight
* Live coverage of the Ball Dropping
* DJ's Spinning Hip Hop, Electro, Classics and 80's
General Admission Tickets - $100 per person
VIP Tickets include Table/Area, Bottles of choice and Champagne per 10 four people. - $125
Also check out Ella Lounge New Years for another one of our celebrations this year!
Our New Year's Art Exhibition
WORKS OF WOMEN
A Collection Of Paintings By Visual Artist Pat Conlon On Display At Gallerybar On The Lower East Side
A Showcase of Iconic Works
New York born visual artist Pat Conlon will make his debut at GalleryBar on the Lower East Side (120 Orchard Street between Rivington and Delancey) with the opening of his new exhibit entitled Works of Women on Wednesday, December 2, 2009 at 6pm. The exhibit, which consists of hand painted depictions of women on used outdoor ad signage, speaks to the artist's fascination with advertising, visual impressions and modern day consumer culture.
Works of Women is made up of a compilation of still images of female subjects at different stages of climax appropriated from the web. The images, painted over used ad signage, were created using billboard-sized pieces of vinyl (30 ft. x 60 ft.) and acrylic based paints. Sections from each ad were pulled over stretcher board in order to paint the images of the women that appear in each work.
Conlon's works, which are large scale images (about 6 feet each) will be on display in the space throughout the duration of the exhibit. Highlights will include #106 which is made up of a piece of vinyl from an ad for "Spiderman 3" as well as #78 which depicts an image of two people kissing over the iconic illustration of the Quicksilver logo. Each work serves to provoke thoughts of consumerism in today's society and is titled by its' corresponding number from the web, which plays on the fact that each of us is solely a number through the eyes of an advertiser. The artist explains "at the end of the day that's what we all feel like, a name and a number."
"Conlon has a genuine knack for selecting direct and powerful icons in his graphic illustrations...The themes range from consumer icons to human sexuality and nature but always keeping a strong keel in genuine experience...So pay attention because none of these drips are accidental" - Renowned artist, Tom Sachs
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120 Orchard Street
New York, New York
Phone: 212 213 2868