Friday, March 13, 2009

45 Bleecker Opens an Art Gallery

This information comes to us from publicist Susan L. Schulman:

Louis Salamone announced today that the Theatres at 45 Bleecker Street will open a new gallery space in the lobby on March 24th with a display of Sir Shadow’s Line Art.

Sir Shadow is a unique 21st century artist whose style is both exciting and fascinating in its content. His ability to express love, music, poetry, and to create art through the manipulation of one line, creating shapes and forms that dance, sing, and swing with Jazz music that it depicts is sheer genius.

Sir Shadow said: “I call my writing and artwork Flowetry, which is the act of positive thinking in action. This is my contribution towards life and my immortality. This gives me the right to live my moments in peace and harmony.”

The Gallery at 45 Bleecker Street will open with a reception for Sir Shadow on March 24 from 6 to 10 PM. The public is welcome.

The Theatres at 45 Bleecker Street is a multi-use theatre complex with three performance spaces open 19 hours a day, seven days a week. The main space, called The Bleecker Street Theatre, seats between 199 and 330; The Green Room Theatre on the lower level seats between 99 and 155 and The Lobby Café/Gallery can host up to 50 people for readings, workshops, art exhibits, cabaret and special events.

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