Jessica Bradley Art + Projects is pleased to announce Daniel Barrow’s solo exhibition, “Good Gets Better”, opening on November 20, 2010. The opening reception will be held on Saturday, November 20 from 3 to 6 pm, with the artist in attendance. The exhibition runs through to December 23.
I will be performing EVERY TIME I SEE YOUR PICTURE I CRY at the MACM on November 17th at 7:30 PM. One night only. Limited seating!
Rencontre avec artistes et performance
Une rencontre avec les artistes Brendan Lee Satish Tang, Brendan Fernandes, Patrick Bernatchez ainsi que Emily Vey Duke et Cooper Battersby aura lieu le mercredi 17 novembre 2010 à 17 h, animée par Sarah Fillmore, commissaire de l’exposition. La rencontre se déroulera dans les salles mêmes de l’exposition et se feront en anglais sauf celle de Bernatchez qui sera en français. Suivra à 19 h 30 une performance d’environ une heure de l’artiste Daniel Barrow dans la salle BWR. L’entrée à ces deux activités est gratuite.
I will be performing next weekend (October 23rd) at the British Film Institute’s London Film Festival. Tell your UK based family and friends. Details here.
I will be exhibiting 2 projection installations at the Musée d’art contemporain in the PRIX ARTISTIQUE SOBEY 2010 exhibition. The opening is happening on October 8th. Details here. I will be performing later the same night at the DARE-DARE fundraiser. I will also be performing EVERY TIME I SEE YOUR PICTURE I CRY at the Musée d’art contemporain on Wednesday, November 17th – also in conjunction with the SOBEY exhibition.
I will be participating in FOXY PRODUCTION’s summer group show PENCIL. The opening is happening this Thursday, July 1st. Details here.
I am once again short listed for the Sobey Art Award. 🙂
Please think about buying my new book NO ONE HELPED ME. It’s been a long time in the works but I’m really happy with it. It’s a hard-cover, full-colour publication featuring a catalogue of my recent drawings, a READ & LISTEN story complete with a 7″ record (voice by Daniel Barrow, music by Amy Linton of The Aislers Set – B side by The Ballet) and original essays by Jon Davies and Steven Matijcio. Online orders are being taken NOW. There are only 500 copies so don’t wait! Canadians should order it from ART METROPOLE. More info HERE. American orders can be made directly through me. It’s $50 in either country.
Hey everyone! I recently finished a couple of projects that make great Xmas presents for under $20!
I created all of the artwork for The Ballet’s new album BEAR LIFE. (www.myspace.com/sissypopband) The CD comes with a pretty magic wand that activates a cute 2 frame animation that is paired with each track. I also tell a sad story on track 5. For ordering details, click here.
Another great holiday gift idea is the Winnipeg Babysitter DVD. Order online.
Daniel Barrow’s Winnipeg Babysitter has been alternately described as a curatorial, performance, and a documentary project, and now finally Winnipeg’s public access history has been archived on a DVD, featuring early performances by Guy Maddin, Marcel Dzama, Neil Farber, The Cosmopolitans, Magic Mike, Natalie and Ronnie Pollock, and many more.
In the late 70s and throughout the 80s, Winnipeg experienced a golden age of public access television. Anyone with a creative dream, concept or DIY politic would be endowed with airtime and professional production services. Winnipeg Babysitter traces unique vignettes from a brief synapse in broadcasting history when Winnipeg cable companies were mandated to provide public access as a condition of their broadcasting license. Because the local public access archives were destroyed in the mid-90s, programs could only be found in the VHS collections of the original producers. In cases when these producers did not save their own work, curator Daniel Barrow had to rely on television collectors, fans and enthusiasts. In this regard, Winnipeg Babysitter is an archival project that restores a previously lost history.
Do not miss your chance to purchase a copy of this very limited edition DVD. ONLY $20
I recently posted my first photobooth gallery (to the immediate left). I play on photobooth a lot and have also started making photobooth videos. I was a participant in an online art exchange over the last six weeks and nearly everything I made for the show involved photobooth. You can see all that on the replyall.ca site.