Showing posts with label 95 Avenue B. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 95 Avenue B. Show all posts

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Pop-up gallery at 95 Avenue B through March 21



The recently renovated space at 95 Avenue B between East Seventh Street and East Sixth Street will be home to the Mary Sky pop-up gallery through March 21.

The show here is titled Online Resource... here's more about it via the Vermont-based Mary Sky website:

Online Resource is an exhibition existing in both web and live formats, the first of its kind. The web exhibition is permanently on view at the portal below and onlineresource.co.uk

A wholly unique exhibition will be on view in the gallery for ten days only. The gallery show features "gifs brought to life" in paint and multimedia.

The opening was last night (sorry!) ... the exhibit officially opens today...

Gallery Open Hours: March 12-21, 11 am-9 pm
Artist Talk: Sunday March 13, 3 pm-4 pm

As we understand it, the space here is still for lease. The building went through a gut renovation last year. Part of the building was formerly home to Tu Casa, the recording studio that had been around since 1972.

Updated 3/13

There will be another exhibit in the space from March 25-28. Find details here.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Construction watch: 95 Avenue B



Just checking in on the gut-renovation progress at 95 Avenue B near East Sixth Street... the scaffolding and construction netting recently came down...



The ground-floor (and basement) remains on the rental market. Here's how it's being pitched via Suzan Penzner:

Rare opportunity to rent prime avenue store in the heart of Alphabet City. Approx. 15ft of frontage with excellent visibility from the corner of 6th Street. Space will be delivered in shell condition.

Building undergoing extensive renovations, including new storefront and upgraded electric. Dry use.

Here's a look at the storefront rendering...



The rent is available upon request.

Part of the building was formerly home to Tu Casa, the recording studio that had been around since 1972. A lengthy list of musicians have played here through the years, including Butch Morris, Black Flag, the Bush Tetras, Dee Dee Ramone and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, to randomly name a few.


[EVG file photo from June 2013]