Great Jones Space Opens ‘CUT TeeTh’ Art Show Tuesday Night

Posted on: October 22nd, 2013 at 11:22 am by
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If you find yourself out and about on tonight (October 22), you might want to make a stop at Great Jones Space (9 Great Jones Street, #2) for the “CUT TeeTh” art show.

Curated by Rob Aloia and Jay Jefferson, “CUT TeeTh” showcases who and what’s currently making noise in the independent downtown art scene and more.

Works from the likes of former Fuse Gallery owner Erik Foss, stencil artists Icy & Sot, Othelo Gervacio, as well as mixed media contemporary Sara Rahbar, BAST, Elle, Ricky Powell and Leo Fitzpatrick will be on hand. Cro Mags’ John “Bloodclot” Joseph will also be telling stories found in his 2007 autobiography, Evolution of a Cro-Magnon. And the evening’s reception will be hosted by Dominic Chianese, a.k.a. “Junior” from The Sopranos.

Kick off begins at 7pm, with an after party to follow at the newly renovated backroom at Lit Lounge at 11pm.

The “CUT TeeTh” exhibit will be on display through Sunday, October 27. For more, check out Great Jones Space’s official site and Facebook page.

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