Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer and Bruce Hainley discuss Lee Lozano.

This conversation took place during the book launch for Lee Lozano: Dropout Piece by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, at Ooga Twooga / 356 Mission.

March 30, 2014

Los Angeles, California

Please join us this Friday April 18 as Oliver Payne presents a rare screening of Tape Crackers. Director Rollo Jackson videotapes his friend, Jungle music enthusiast and nutcase Michael Finch, talking about his large collection of tapes recorded from pirate radio stations in ’90s London. Finch’s oral history of Jungle music is interspersed with anecdotes about the stations, DJs, MCs, cassette tapes (the first time round), and clubbing in his Moschino jeans.
 

Tape Crackers is one of the best films I have seen in years. Quite simply, a more honest portrait of the pirate radio scene in London does not exist. I screened it once in NY and a wealthy young antiques dealer was bored to tears and walked out, whereas Cory Arcangel stayed all night and absolutely loved it. Make of that what you will. Informative, funny, joyful, grimy and unashamedly in love with life - Hold tight and keep it locked. —Oliver Payne

 
Check out a ’90s Jungle pirate radio mix here and a trailer for the film here
 
Tape Crackersa film by Rollo Jacksonrun time approx. 80 min
Doors 7:00 PMScreening 8:00 PM sharpRefreshments will be served.
 
This screening is held in conjunction with an exhibition by Oliver Payne downstairs at 356 Mission on view through May 11, 2014

Please join us this Friday April 18 as Oliver Payne presents a rare screening of Tape Crackers. Director Rollo Jackson videotapes his friend, Jungle music enthusiast and nutcase Michael Finch, talking about his large collection of tapes recorded from pirate radio stations in ’90s London. Finch’s oral history of Jungle music is interspersed with anecdotes about the stations, DJs, MCs, cassette tapes (the first time round), and clubbing in his Moschino jeans.

 

Tape Crackers is one of the best films I have seen in years. Quite simply, a more honest portrait of the pirate radio scene in London does not exist. I screened it once in NY and a wealthy young antiques dealer was bored to tears and walked out, whereas Cory Arcangel stayed all night and absolutely loved it. Make of that what you will. Informative, funny, joyful, grimy and unashamedly in love with life - Hold tight and keep it locked. 
—Oliver Payne

 

Check out a ’90s Jungle pirate radio mix here and a trailer for the film here

 

Tape Crackers
a film by Rollo Jackson
run time approx. 80 min

Doors 7:00 PM
Screening 8:00 PM sharp
Refreshments will be served.

 

This screening is held in conjunction with an exhibition by Oliver Payne downstairs at 356 Mission on view through May 11, 2014

Alex Katz: Five Hours

This short video shows Alex Katz in the process of painting “January III” accompanied by the music of Meredith Monk

Advance Screening of MOON DUST

A film by Scott Reeder

April 4, 2014

356 S Mission Rd

Open this week by appointment or by chance

356 Mission will be open this week by appointment only or by chance. If you’d like to schedule an appointment send an email to info@356mission.com Regular hours will resume Wednesday, April 16.

This Sunday April 13 we will be open from 4pm-10pm for the opening of an exhibition by Alex Katz, with a solo performance by Meredith Monk.

If you would like to attend the Meredith Monk performance, please email rsvp@356mission.com to help us plan for seating.

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Reception for Meredith Monk &
Exhibition preview for Alex Katz

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Meredith Monk solo performance

7:00 PM - 10 PM
Opening reception for Alex Katz at 356 Mission
Refreshments will be served
DJ Jessica Espeleta
No RSVP is necessary for the reception

See you soon!

Interview between Laura Owens and Alex Katz, 2006

Published in Laura Owens, 2006, by Kunsthalle Zurich and JRP Ringier

Alex Katz

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Alex Katz at 356 Mission
April 13 - July 6, 2014
Los Angeles

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Alex Katz - artist website

Alex Katz at 356 MissionOpening reception 
April 13, 7 PM - 10 PM
With refreshments and DJ Jessica Espeleta

Alex Katz at 356 Mission
Opening reception 

April 13, 7 PM - 10 PM

With refreshments and DJ Jessica Espeleta

Meredith Monksolo performance
April 13, 4 PM

Everyone is invited to attend this free event. We ask that you email RSVP@356mission.com to let us know you’re coming so we can ensure we have enough seats for everyone. 

This event begins with a reception for Meredith Monk and the opportunity to see Alex Katz’s new exhibition at 356 Mission. Performance will begin at 5:30 PM.

356 S. Mission RoadLos Angeles California

Meredith Monk
solo performance

April 13, 4 PM



Everyone is invited to attend this free event. We ask that you email RSVP@356mission.com to let us know you’re coming so we can ensure we have enough seats for everyone. 



This event begins with a reception for Meredith Monk and the opportunity to see Alex Katz’s new exhibition at 356 Mission. Performance will begin at 5:30 PM.



356 S. Mission Road
Los Angeles California

Photos from

Book release for Lee Lozano: Dropout Piece by Sarah Lehrer Graiwer

March 30, 2014

356 S Mission Rd