Here’s the gang hanging out on the stoop at 4th Street Photo Gallery in, what, 1994? just talking art. There’s the timestamp, Sep.24.1994. Hammons, Herb Gentry, a couple of folks I don’t recognize. From just before Phat Free/Kick The Bucket!
Herb Gentry: “Listen, if you’re an older guy, you should be ahead of that by now.
Hammons: “Not necessarily.
HG: Well, where’re you gonna be?
DH: You can be anywhere. You can be wherever you want to be. This is one of the last places that anything still should go. And it still goes, but nobody’s going with the anything. Everyone has slipped into some category-some formula. And they’re waiting for their formula to show up on the chart. And it ain’t gonna show up.”
At long last, the Grey’s digital exhibition of selections from the NYU Fales Library archives with Danny Tisdale’s Transition, Inc.,
performance event material in conjunction with “Radical Presence” is now online (see link below)! Continue reading
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Guests hanging out for the Music Is Life event at the Red Rooster with founder Harlem World Magazine founder and CEO Danny Tisdale. Continue reading