Showing posts with label Ori Carino. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ori Carino. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

'NYC Out of USA' on Avenue A

East Village-based artists Ori Carino and Leah Tinari are hosting a pop-up exhibit on Avenue A at Third Street in the former Landmark Bicycles space.

The exhibit is called "NYC Out of USA," and it opens tonight at 6 (until 9). EVG contributor Stacie Joy stopped by for a quick look ... she shared these photos showing a few of Tinari's paintings...

Another EVG reader shared these shots of Carino at work in the space...

The pop-up is expected to be open through Friday.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

East Village-based artist Ori Carino unveils Ramones mural in Forest Hills

[Ori Carino with Mickey Leigh]

On Sunday afternoon, East Village-based artist Ori Carino unveiled a new mural at the "Thorneycroft Ramp" in Forest Hills, Queens. The ceremony was part of a day of events organized by the Queens Museum, which is currently showing "Hey! Ho! Let’s Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk."

Carino painted the image of the four Ramones at the ramp based on a 1975 photograph by photographer Bob Gruen.

Presiding over the unveiling was musician and author Mickey Leigh (brother of Joey Ramone), who recalled times spent at the ramp in his 2009 memoir, I Slept with Joey Ramone: "We’d always wind up at Thorneycroft, the apartment complex across the street from John's [Johnny Ramone] building...Invariably everyone would meet up at the Ramp to shoot the shit, pull pranks, hide from the cops, and of course get high."


[Marc H. Miller, curator of "Hey! Ho! Le's Go" and artist-musician Claudia Tienan, partner of Tommy Ramone]

The exhibition "Hey! Ho! Let’s Go!" is on view at the Queens Museum through July 31.

H/T Marc H. Miller and Bowery98 for the information

Sunday, August 23, 2015

A look at Ori Carino's Best Housekeeping murals

[Click on images for more detail]

A few weeks back we noted that Ori Carino was working on a new installation on the roll-down gates at Best Housekeeping on Avenue A at East Second Street… EVG contributor Stacie Joy recently caught up with Carino, who lives nearby on A, for a look at the final product…

Carino said that the panels took approximately three days apiece to do…

You can read more about Carino, an LES native, on his website here.