After completing his Cycle 9 Mural with Roycer, Jeffrey Gamblero aka Korn was interested in learning more about Centre-fuge and asked co-founders and two-thirds of the curatorial team, Jonathan Neville and Pebbles Russell, a few questions about what Centre-fuge means to them and what the future holds. Jeffrey covered the story on his column, Lofty Goals, for Frank151.
Read the article here or click the image below.
Check out the Frank151 interview from Cycle 5 with Jon and Pebbles too..
YoYoYo!!! Come Get full and drunk this Sunday and feel good about it because it’s for a good cause!!! You may just leave with some ill stuff schwag as well!
Centre-fuge Public Art Project, yea that ill trailer on e. 1st Street in the Lower East Side that’s got some ill art on it, is having a fundraiser across the street at the Tuck Shop, an Australian Meat Pie spot, 68 e. 1st Street on Sunday June 10th. There will be raffles where you have the chance to go home with some ill artwork and other schwag from Centre-fuge artists like Claw Money, Kenny Rodriguez and many others!!!
So stop by and help out a dope project.
Beer and Drink Specials!!! NO COVER!!!
Sunday, June 10th
68 E 1st Street
Hello friends of Centre-fuge,
On the eve of our Fourth Cycle, coming to you next month, Centre-fuge invites you to come help support your friendly neighborhood art project on Sunday June 10th, as we continue to add a dab of color and imagination to your daily lives!
In addition to bringing…
Boys I Know Part II was held in LES (that’s the Lower East Side if you’re confused) and was pretty ill. I won’t have to say too much after you check the pictures! Dopeness!
Boys I Know Part II Opening Photo Recap (Part 1)
The Boys I Know part II opening on Thursday was splendorific! The peoples came out in groups and supported Pebbles and her endeavors! Thanks for making it a wonderful night, hope you guys enjoyed it as much as we did!
Here is a recap of the night courtesy of Kenny Rodriguez!