Thanks everyone for coming out to our Brooklyn loft party for our 2 year anniversary party. The pics tell the whole story!! xoxox
Photographs by Matthew Lebaron, Richard Weaver & David Bechtel.
See you on New Year’s Day!!
Just in case you missed all the amazing photos from our last SPANK ACTIONS event in BK, some new flicks from Steve of theARTcorps of the balloon battle projection madness and all the hotties there last time! Get advance tickets now or get them at the door Saturday night, party info below…see you there!
Photos by Matthew Lebaron
Wow. Spank at PS1 was everything we hoped for, thank you to Chris and Agnes B for inviting us to play and a huge XXOO to the Pixie Harlots for their concept go-go, it was beautiful and shocking and perfect and to Big Art Group for the gorgeous op-art spinning wheels! You guys made this a real SPANK party. Kissez to all that came, Christy and W. Jeremy from House of Stank, Marcos Chin and Mikee, Paul Ohan, Del Marquis, Jools, Jason, Jeffrey, Pretty Boy & Dinky Dazzle, CK, Wil Fisher and Nolan, Leo, Carry Curren, Dan and Chris, Xavier, Theo Kogan, Will Hooks, Dan Cacioppo and Chauncey, Kevin Tachman, Joe Usher, Bryan of Automagic, Beaver, and hopefully you!
Photos by Matthew Lebaron with additional shots by Jemma Nelson. Video to come by Francis Legge
We’ve been going to this outdoor summer music / art series at MoMA’s Long Island City branch since it began long long ago, so we are honored to have been asked to play there this summer. They always have outdoor sculpture created just for the Warm Up series; this year the whole thing is covered in monster fur. You have been warned.
Come early to avoid the lines!! We do sets from 3PM – 4PM and again from 5PM – 6PM. Concept go-go by The Pixie Harlots, wow!! Expect some other SPANK surprise shenanigans as well, you know how we do! Presented by Agnes B (xoxo)
July 18th Agnés B. presents…
SPANK DJs SeanB and DJ Will
Xeno & Oaklander
Doors: 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Location: P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center is located at 22-25 Jackson Avenue at 46th Avenue in Long Island City, Queens, across the Queensboro Bridge from midtown Manhattan. It is easily accessible by subway. Take either the E train to 23 Street-Ely Avenue (note that the V train does not run on weekends); or the 7 to 45 Road-Courthouse Square; or the G to Court Square or 21 Street-Van Alst.
$10. MoMA Members and Long Island City residents get one free entry plus one guest entry.
Additional info here:
Check some pre-press from the Village Voice: click here