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Penny Arcade

Penny Arcade is a poet, writer and theatre, and performance maker. She debuted at 1968 at 18 in NY’s seminal, queer, rock and roll, political theatre The Playhouse of The Ridiculous, at 19 she was a Warhol Superstar. She occupies a rare position in the American avant garde and is an international icon of artistic resistance.

A Tribute to Steve Dalachinsky

Steve was a force of Nature, driven by compassion & curiosity. He was opened to everything & everyone. He was naked inside & outside with no boundary between.

John Giorno: The Life and Death of a Poet

On October 11th 2019 the pioneering poet, painter and artistic entrepreneur left his body at 222 Bowery, the Queen Anne Romanesque Revival style building built in 1880 as the first YMCA in New York. Giorno lived there since 1962, spread out over three lofts in this building, which was once honeycombed with the studios of countless artists including Mark Rothko and Ferdinand Leger

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