We are helping sweet Tarot's advocate find this pretty gal a home. Rescued from the streets of Brooklyn, Tarot at one point was the companion of a homeless man. At some point they separated and now Tarot is living in boarding on LI. Tarot is good with dogs male and female but she's more interested in toys! Balls are her joy and will play fetch forever! She has been vetted and spayed. She is about 2 years old and she's a very athletic and solid girl. She would love someone to run or walk with. She has no resource guarding and she's an all around nice girl. We cat tested her and she did decent, she wanted to chase but was over it in a second and back to her ball so slow intro should be ok. Kids 12+. Contact email@example.com and we will put you in touch with her advocate. #adopttarot#blackdogsrule#getabull#chunkymonkey#tongueouttuesday#pitbullsofinstagram#brooklyn#nyc#longisland#running#dogstagram#pibblelove#dogsarefamily#needsahome
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OPENING TONIGH! May 26th, 6-8pm
Correspondence of Imaginary Places
Curated by Alex Wisser, Sarah Breen Lovett, Scott Seabolt, Jill O’Bryan and Kate Ruck
Presented in partnership with @abcnoriozines Cementa17, and ArticulateUpstairs
Correspondence of Imaginary Places (CoIP) is a partnered exhibition between Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space and ArticulateUpstairs in Sydney, NSW Australia. The simultaneous openings of the two events in New York City and Sydney will take place on Friday, May 26 from 6-8p and feature a live link-up and artist talk. A publication documenting the artworks will also be launched at the exhibitions’ openings. Both exhibitions will run until June 18, 2017.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 12-6p at the #cuchifritosgalleryprojectspace within the @essexstreetmarket
Fear of returning, fear of consequences, of routine. It is a circle or rather a cycle. There is life behind closed doors, often inside the apartment, that anchor point where you sometimes have to wait for life to happen, where inaction can awaken anxiety, life slipping through your fingers. And then there's the elsewhere, moments of abandonment while traveling, or when pressed against someone's body. If withdrawal can become hallucinatory, the standard can become a secondary state. #desideriumtremens#35mm in New York city.