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  • Parties of six or more Jay Batlle at Norfolk Library

    Aug. 4th 2013 – Sept. 4th 2013 Reception: August 4th 4-6pm Norfolk Library 9 Greenwood Road East Norfolk, CT   The Norfolk Library presents “Parties Of Six Or More,” a summer exhibition of Jay Batlle’s restaurant stationery drawings. This group of framed watercolor and ink drawings documents the epicurean adventures of the bon vivant artist.…

  • Dead Inside A group sculpture exhibition with Jay Batlle curated by Max Wolf and Meghan Carleton

    23 July – 31 August 2013 Bleecker Street Arts Club 305 Bleecker St. NY NY 10014 – US Artists include: Amanny Ahmad, Jay Batlle, Jerry Blackman, John Chamberlain, Tom Forkin, Kayla Gibbons, Al Hansen, Paul McCarthy, Krisha Murari, Adeline de Monseignat, Tal R, Sterling Ruby, Shelter Serra, Agathe Snow, Odessa Straub, John Szlasa, May Wilson,…

  • Q&A: Artist and Chef Jay Batlle on Pop Art and Food By Alex Greenberger for Artspace

    By Alex Greenberger Gourmet food might not be the first thing that comes to mind when dicussing classic works of art, but practicing chef and artist Jay Batlle is quick to draw the connection between the two. Throughout his colorful, occassionally satirical critiques of the hedonistic fine dining culture, Batlle depicts the luxurious atmosphere cultivated…

  • Konversationsstücke A lonelyfingers Finds collection

    By: Daniel Barroca / Jay Batlle / Jarosław Fliciński / Jessica Gispert / Manuel Graf / Owen Gump / Diango Hernández / Rita McBride / Anne Pöhlmann / Glen Rubsamen / Tom Sloan / Monika Stricker We can certainly live without objects, but it is unclear if we would be able to remember without having…

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    Pussy Riot A lonelyfingers Finds collection

    Riots improved a bit since the assassination of Julius Caesar. As you probably know that day of 44 BC in Rome an incensed mob took firebrands from the pyre and attacked the houses of Brutus and Cassius, as well as killing Helvius Cinna… Riots and Non-Violence Resistance Protests (NVR) only share few behaviour patterns; they…

  • Jay Batlle

    Born in 1976. Lives and works in NYC and the Gers, France. 1996-98 UCLA, Los Angeles, CA Bachelor of Arts Artist’ website ➚ More info at: NYEHAUS, NY / Clages, Cologne / 1000 Eventi, Milan Awards and residencies 1997 Levinson Scholarship. / 1998-00 De Atelier’s 63, Amsterdam, Holland Studio Fellowship Program Selected solo exhibitions (2012…

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    Milk Can Escape A lonelyfingers Finds collection

    In 1901, Harry Houdini introduced his own trademark, the Milk Can Escape. In this act, Houdini was handcuffed and sealed inside an over-sized milk can filled with water and make his escape behind a curtain. To represent the heightened drama, Houdini invited members of the audience to hold their breath for the duration of the…