Stene Projects at VOLTA NY
Presents: Fredrik Hofwander
John E Franzén
Noah Lyon will be exhibiting new work with Stene Projects Stockholm, SE booth #9 along with Per Wizén, Anna Finney, Glen Rubsamen, Suzannah Sinclair, Luke Stettner, EvaMarie Lindahl, Jone Kvie, Hanna Sjöstrand, Johannes Heldén, John E Franzén, Sylvan Lionni, Noah Lyon, Maja Rohwetter, Gustaf Nordenskiöld, Filippa Barkman, Fredrik Hofwander, Per Fhager, Russel Nachman, Raymond Pettibon, Elin Elfström
MARKET 2011 äger rum den 18–20 februari på Konstakademien i Stockholm. (more…)
Postcards from the Edge!
Hosted by CRG Gallery
548 W 22nd St, New York
Saturday, January 8, 2011 from 10:00 – 6:00
Sunday, January 9, 2011 from 12:00 – 4:00
PREVIEW PARTY: Friday, Jan. 7, 2011 from 6 to 8 p.m.
The Last Zine Sezession.
Sunday, December 12th, 2010
Perla Mode, Zürich, Switzerland
from 12 am till 12 pm.
Noah Lyon will be representing Retard Riot, signing zines and selling buttons at the Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival presented by Desert Island, PictureBox and Bill Kartalopoulos. featuring Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Bill Griffith, Brian Chippendale, Anders Nilsen, Mark Alan Stamaty, Renée French, and many more!
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church
275 North 8th Street
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
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Saturday, December 4, 2010 from 12:00 – 9:00 pm
Visit us on the 3rd floor of PS-1. We’re at table #HH15.
Admission is FREE!
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…and check out the Noah Lyon paintings in “Your Last Chance” at the Straight to Hell outpost #HH10
Currently on view at Stene Projects:
Olafur Eliasson (Denmark/Iceland)
John E Franzén (Sweden)
Fredrik Hofwander (Sweden)
Jone Kvie (Norway)
EvaMarie Lindahl (Sweden)
Noah Lyon (USA)
Raymond Pettibon (USA)
Per Wizén (Sweden)
In the main gallery – Filipa Barkman and Tove Kjellmark – Some Kind of Monsters
October 7 – October 30, 2010
Thu to Fri 12.00–17.00
or by appointment
Lives and Works in Berlin: Head Shop/Lost Horizon at Exile
During a recent visit to Exile Gallery, I spoke with guest curator Billy Miller about his concurrent shows Head Shop/Lost Horizon, which were a part of Exile’s annual Summer Camp Series. We chatted around a courtyard table, as a giant tarp made of discarded umbrellas loomed over us, engulfing the whole hof in cheap, translucent color and swaths of frayed paisley. (more…)