DSNY (December Store)

DSNY is An Artists' Multiples and Small Works Pop-up Store curated by Sörine Anderson and Vanessa Albury. All works are $100 or less. We are inspired by Fluxus stores, the amazing artists in our community and the belief that anyone should be able to afford an art collection. Contact us for more information about the project or to purchase works.

Here’s a better view of some really great pieces from MATERIAL Press’ Limited Edition Project…

MATERIAL Press is run by LA-based artists Ginny Cook and Kim Schoen and features artists’ writings. Their next printed edition is in the works.

Clockwise from the top left:

Duncan Wooldridge’s “One of Five” 2007, silver gelatin print photogram from an edition of 5 for $100

Esther Teichmann’s Untitled from “Mythologies” 2009, C-print. We have #3 of 5 for $75.

Max Maslansky’s “The End (after Caspar Friedrich and Oliver Stone’s Wall Street)” 2009, inkjet and watercolor on paper. A unique work for $75.

Visit MATERIAL Press at www.materialpress.org.

Stephan Apicella-Hitchcock’s photo pun, Blow Out, 2011

Framed for $100 and, new next week, unframed for $25.

Check out Stephan’s work on his site: www.muzukashiihito.com

Stephan Apicella-Hitchcock’s photo pun, Blow Out, 2011

Framed for $100 and, new next week, unframed for $25.

Check out Stephan’s work on his site: www.muzukashiihito.com

John Brooks’ drawings as wintertime greeting cards

Unique with envelope, $10 each

Messages inside the cards pictured from top to bottom and left to right:
“May your winter be Bieber-pure.”
“Cold is gold.”
“Meet me by the docks. We’ll wait for the winter ships to come in.”
“May the Gods be good to you this year. May your gifts be big and strong.”
“Don’t tell my children, but Jesus bores me.”

John also has new work posted on his website:
www.johnedwardbrooks.com

Jennie Hagevik Bringaker’s performance piece with her turtle friend.

Pay what you will to witness the performance via live video feed on Sundays. We can accept paypal payments for access to Jennie’s performance link.

More of Jennie’s work: http://jenniehagevikbringaker.com/home.html

Jennie Hagevik Bringaker’s performance piece with her turtle friend.

Pay what you will to witness the performance via live video feed on Sundays. We can accept paypal payments for access to Jennie’s performance link.

More of Jennie’s work: http://jenniehagevikbringaker.com/home.html

The December Store at .NO Gallery is pleased to present performances by Jason Martin (at 3:00pm) and Rachel Mason (at 4:30pm) this Saturday, tomorrow, as well as “The Sky Needs You Too,” a video by Ronnie Bass.

We hope you can join us!

(Left to right: still from Ronnie Bass’s The Sky Needs You Too, Jason Martin’s Power Animals and Rachel Mason in performance)

Jeremy Olson’s 3d anaglyphs

Red/cyan paper glasses are included for 3d viewing

$25 each


Meredyth Sparks is a contributor to LABOUR and we have the first issue…

Edited by Melissa Gordon and Marina Vishmidt

LABOUR is the first project resulting from an ongoing series of discussions among female artists in New York, Amsterdam and Berlin that took place in 2010-2011.  Though the subject, format, contributors and editorial team will change with each subsequent issue, LABOUR attempts to address the many facets of the (feminized) artistic producer.  Contributions to this issue include Nina Power on Women’s Work, Avigail Moss on What We Talk About  When We Talk About Painting, Marina Vishmidt on Working Artists in the Greater Economy, Lisette Smits in conversation with Meredyth Sparks on The Female Dandy and Kaisa Lassinaro interviews director Lizzie Borden about Born in Flames.  Also included in this issue are artist projects by Henry VIII’s Wives, Emma Heddich and Rachel Bradly with Jessica Wiesner.

Meredyth Sparks is a contributor to LABOUR and we have the first issue…
Edited by Melissa Gordon and Marina Vishmidt
LABOUR is the first project resulting from an ongoing series of discussions among female artists in New York, Amsterdam and Berlin that took place in 2010-2011.  Though the subject, format, contributors and editorial team will change with each subsequent issue, LABOUR attempts to address the many facets of the (feminized) artistic producer.  Contributions to this issue include Nina Power on Women’s Work, Avigail Moss on What We Talk About  When We Talk About Painting, Marina Vishmidt on Working Artists in the Greater Economy, Lisette Smits in conversation with Meredyth Sparks on The Female Dandy and Kaisa Lassinaro interviews director Lizzie Borden about Born in Flames.  Also included in this issue are artist projects by Henry VIII’s Wives, Emma Heddich and Rachel Bradly with Jessica Wiesner.

New this week at the December Store…

BEC by Beth Coiner. Hand-crafted jewelry inspired by the sea, nature and the body. Beth uses a lost wax casting process using repurposed raw materials.

Auger Shell Earrings $100

Shark Tooth Ring  $85

Rose Thorn Necklace $90

We have each style in rings, earrings and necklaces. The shark tooth necklaces is a favorite. BEC also send us some seed bead necklaces with charms and lovely little bows-on-chain necklaces.

Check out her lovely work at www.allthingsbec.com