Special Events
 


Saturday, May 1, 2010

$15 in advance and for Hallwalls members, $20 at door

Artists & Models: STIMULUS

Rock Harbor Yard, 57 Tonawanda St., Buffalo

Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS
Artists and Models: STIMULUS

In the past 21 incarnations of Hallwalls' Artists & Models Affair, a multitude of Buffalo sites have served as the locus for temporary artistic expressions and controlled insanity: the Broadway Market, abandoned factories, warehouses, auto showrooms, roller rinks, deserted downtown malls and department stores, the Tri-Main Center, and the Buffalo Convention Center. This year's event—officially, the 22nd version of A&M— took place at Rock Harbor Yard, conveniently located a few minutes from Buffalo State College and Elmwood Village. As always, our site for A&M represents a location, a state of being, a condition, an apparition, a temporary psychosis, an inevitably, a breeding ground for frivolity.

Reviews and Reminiscences:
Buffalo Rising
Memoir and Review by Porsche Jones
Artvoice: 5 reasons Artists & Models is back with a vengeance
Artists & Models on Think Twice Radio











30 Artists' Installations

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  • Alice Alexandrescu, Kyle Butler & Marc Tomko
  • AWK
  • Stephen Ansell & Tammy McGovern
  • Katrina Boemig
  • Michael Bosworth
  • David Butler
  • Buffalo Hackerspace
  • Scott Bye
  • Collective Collective
  • Jax Deluca
  • Aasta Deth
  • John Fink
  • Chris Hausbeck
  • HERO Design
  • Jill Johnston-Price
  • Evelyn Killaby
  • Alison S.M. Kobayashi, Emily Gove & Jennie Suddick
  • Alan Larsen
  • Marty McGee & Mick Gross
  • Jim McLaughlin
  • R.J. Melnyk & Ariane Fulk
  • Lorna Mills
  • Vincenzo Mistretta
  • P.J. Moskal
  • N.J. Parisi
  • Shasti O'Leary Soudant
  • Timothy Scaffidi
  • Gary Sczerbaniewicz
  • R.M. Vaughn
  • Heather Warren-Crow
  • Christopher Young

Live Music

  • Family Funktion & SitarJamz
  • Divi Rome Royal African Sound
  • Orchestra Stimuli
  • MC Wizzalot & Tip Top Hip Hop Orchestra
  • Bev Beverly
  • Strip Teasers (Burlesque)

Sponsors:





Hardcore Tattoo Studio
902 Elmwood Avenue
885-8282


Iroquois Bar Corp.


Steel Crazy




Artists & Models beer line-up from Certo Brothers: Sam Adams Noble Pils, Magic Hat Spring Fever (one keg only!), Magic Hat Odd Notion Wacko (when Spring Fever runs out), Sierra Nevada Glissade Golden Bock, Molson, and Coors Light. (Magic Hat Spring Fever, Sam Adams Noble Pils, and Sierra Nevada Glissade are all spring seasonals. Wacko looks forward to summer.)


Some publications related to this event:
April and May, 2010 - 2010

 
 
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IN THE GALLERY
from Nov. 10, 2017
through Dec. 22, 2017
 

Laylah Ali
Paintings and Drawings


Laylah Ali's work explores power dynamics and interpersonal conflict through compositions that position culturally, racially and sexually ambiguous figures in precarious, loaded, and unexpectedly humorous situations. Ali uses concise—even minimal—imagery that is specific in rendering and intent. While there are narratives in Ali's work, they are stories whose open spaces often give them the atmosphere of fables.