Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Help Me

                   From Help Me

From this Thursday, Nov. 4 through Dec. 18, 2010, Help Me, Found Photos from the Collection of Gillian McCain, curated by Gillian McCain and Megan Cump will be on display at the Camera Club Of New York.  The opening party if Thursday, Nov. 4 from 6- 8 PM.
According the press release--"Forgotten, discarded,  orphaned, lost, stolen, bought, discovered or found; the vernacular images in Help Me are culled from Gillian McCain's extensive collection of photographs in formats including tin-types, cabinet cards, Polaroids and snapshots". Fans of our regular Gillian's Found Photos feature should be sure to check out this show. The Camera Club Of New York is in the Arts Building at 336 West 37t Street  (between 8-9th Ave), suite #206, New York City. Phone info is at 212-260-9927, or click the above link for more info.
Speaking of found photos, we have a few surprises to announce on that front in the next few weeks, keep an eye on this spot.


Joe Bonomo said...

Congrats to Gillian. Wish I could swing a visit. Hope it goes somewhere else (ie, Chicago) after.

Joe Bonomo said...

But hopefully Sante's discussion in December.

Donna Lethal said...

Oh damn! That's an exhibit I only wish I could see - I love these pix.
Children of the corn.

J.D. King said...

Cool man!

Congrats to Gillian

Anonymous said...

Don't forget:::The Jews demanded the Romans kill Jesus, which they begrudingly allowed.
The Gods killed Jesus, for good reason. Christianity was used to destroy the cultures of Europe.
The Jews moved in and offered people a possible alternative. I understand Europeans engaged in ridicule, initiated by the Gods no doubt, for they didn't begin this offensive of Christianity for nothing.
Bad apples everywhere.
Jesus was good, became corrupted, sold the idea of Christianity by the Gods and loved it. Three years later they finished him off.
There might be something here the Gods can use to justify killing me off. If the Romans were actively interested in killing JC is would be more similar, but their position can still happen if the Gods have a good reason. Although there is lots of trash watching whom the Gods don't want to get an idea how to start, if I began to work on my problems eventually I would get to the point where my mistakes have caught up to me and the Gods won't allow any more improvement on the placement in the next life. This is when I would die.
If they could time the two that would be ideal, but again because of all the trash watching they may forego any progress, especially since I spelled it out so completely.
And if you would like to point to the church, the Gods positioning applauds the destruction of black churches, but also it is an evil institution, which may be what redeems me in the eyes of the Gods::::Christianity is responsible for slavery and the blacks who hinge their hopes on Christianity come the Apocalypse will all die because it is an Italian religion.

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