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apexart: Let It End Like This - 9 Mar 2011 to 14 May 2011

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9 Mar 2011 to 14 May 2011
Gallery hours are Tues - Sat, 11-6

apexart
291 Church Street
NY 10013
New York, NY
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Artists in this exhibition: Steve Almond, Elna Baker, David Barringer, Chris Bower, Olaf Breuning, Chickenjohn, John Davison, Zach Dodson, Owen Egerton, Miriam Elia, CM Evans, Ben Fountain, Jena Friedman, Amy Fusselman, Aaron Garretson, Billy Giraldi, Drazen Grubisic, Julius Kalamarz, Jonathon Keats, Joseph Keckler, Etgar Keret, Sean Landers, Tao Lin, Sam Lipsyte, Sarah McNally, Dinaw Mengestu, Rick Meyerowitz, Quenton Miller, Eugene Mirman, Moby, Ruth Nickens, Susan Orlean, John Osborne, Andre Perry, Shya Scanlon, Beau Sia, Abraham Smith, Shawn Smith, Jill Soloway, Jesse Thorn, Mo Willems, James J. Williams III, Evie Wyld, Todd Zuniga, Alan Zweibel


Let It End Like This

curated by Todd Zuniga

Opening reception: Wed., March 9: 6-8pm

Pre-opening panel moderated by Todd Zuniga with Elna Baker,
Jena Friedman, Aaron Garretson, Rick Meyerowitz: 5-6pm

Featuring work by:
Steve Almond, Elna Baker, David Barringer, Chris Bower, Olaf Breuning, Chickenjohn, John Davison, Zach Dodson, Owen Egerton, Miriam Elia, CM Evans, Ben Fountain, Jena Friedman, Amy Fusselman, Aaron Garretson, Billy Giraldi, Drazen Grubisic, Julius Kalamarz, Jonathon Keats, Joseph Keckler, Etgar Keret, Sean Landers, Tao Lin, Sam Lipsyte, Sarah McNally, Dinaw Mengestu, Rick Meyerowitz, Quenton Miller, Eugene Mirman, Moby, Ruth Nickens, Susan Orlean, John Osborne, Andre Perry, Shya Scanlon, Beau Sia, Abraham Smith, Shawn Smith, Jill Soloway, Jesse Thorn, Mo Willems, James J. Williams III, Evie Wyld, Todd Zuniga, Alan Zweibel


Let It End Like This asks the question, "What will they say about you when you're gone? What would you say about yourself?" It will feature obituaries created by a unique blend of over 40 people. The exhibition, curated by Todd Zuniga (Opium Magazine, Literary Death Match), challenges participants to name their future by showcasing a fact-and-fiction sequence of regrets, failures, successes, last words and everything in between, in wildly diverse forms, as they not only examine what it will mean to die, but what it means to be alive. A preview: author Ben Fountain has created a small coffin filled with pictures of his life. Comedian Jena Friedman has produced a video in which she's interviewing people on the street, asking if they remember the comedian Jena Friedman. John "Chickenjohn" Rinaldi has asked friends, enemies, stalkers, fans and family members that he hadn't spoken to for over a decade, to write what they really thought about him in a book (which he promises not to read).

Exhibition on view: March 9 - May 14, 2011



apexart
291 church street
new york, ny 10013
t. 212.431.5270 f. 646.827.2487
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