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Carly Sioux. | Broken Angel.

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Share This.Making her film directing debut, Sioux presents us with Broken Angel, an avant-noir film that is deliciously disorienting and ingeniously off its rocker. It’s a pleasure to watch an artist grow. We’ve followed Carly Sioux‘s career for some time now and when we heard that she was working on her first film, the anticipation was unbearable. The Brooklyn photographer’s photographic work possesses a gritty aesthetic and devil may care overtone that makes Read More

P339 Gallery. | Survival of the Fittest.

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Share This.Survival of The Fittest premiered last Friday at P339 Gallery and featured the works of sculptor Noa Bornstein and painter Daniel Clurman. The opening reception was well attended and drew an impressive crowd before the event officially commenced. Visitors of all ages mingled with life-sized sculptures of animals, paintings of contorted yogi men in American Apparel underwear, and of course there was the staple of all gallery openings: free Read More

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ March 15th, 2013. – March 28th, 2013.

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Share This.With Women’s History Month in full swing, ladies have taken over Quiet Lunch Magazine! Male staff members have been forced into slavery, and this issue is officially a “No Boys” zone. Our first annual Lady-Like Issue features an at home interview artist Shantell Martin. Anik Boucher gets her Carmen San Diego on in an introduction to her travel diary, D’Austraile Avec Amour. Carly Sioux stops by for old time’s sake, Read More

BushLick: Brooklyn’s Golden Age.

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Share This. Brooklyn’s Golden Age is the world’s smallest inside joke. What looks like the amber glow of nostalgia-in-the-making is really the piss-yellow stain left by life mocking its own existence. It’s the epitome of ironic indifference, grandiose and self-referential, because there is no manifesto, only i. Dumbstruck, like a fly on the wall glued to its own death, dreamers flounder here in their own self-regarding endgames in soiled back-alley Read More

BBQ Films Presents: Zoolander & The Derelicte Fashion Show.

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Share This.BBQ Films Presents: The Derelicte Fashion Show by Carly Sioux                      

North America & Color War at Glasslands Gallery.

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Share This.North America & Color War at Glasslands Gallery. by Carly Sioux.        

The Stationary Set at Webster Studio.

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Share This. The Stationary Set. Live at Webster Studio. by Carly Sioux.

Bryant K ‡ The Down Town Swinger and the Cosby Kids at Nublu.

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Share This.Live on Film: Bryant K with the Cosby Kids at Nublu.‡ by Carly Sioux    

Painting with Light.

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Share This.Painting with Light. by Carly Sioux *All Single Frame Shots* “Song #32” by Albert McKay

Barking Glass.

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Share This.Barking Glass “Metamorphosis” by Phillip Glass. by Carly Sioux