Saturday, February 27, 2010

Thursday, February 25, 2010

FRIDAY Feb.26th

Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Saturday, February 20, 2010

Feb.23rd and 24th - ART

Kill Devil Hill Presents:
The Doubtful Guest & Tom DeLaney Solo Project

Curated by Ian Cofré

Kate Burnet & Dan Woerner, Nevermind the High Sign, Single-channel video with sound, 8m30s

On view: February 23 + 24, 12:00 - 9:00 PM

Reception: Tuesday, February 23, 7:00 - 9:00 PM

The Doubtful Guest is a group exhibition that borrows its title from the Edward Gorey classic about an unwanted guest that appears on a "wild winter night." The oddity overtakes the space, and though its curious behaviors seem off-putting at first, the residents are forced to become comfortable with it because "to this day, It has shown no intention of going away." The metaphor holds for contemporary art in general, and specifically in this instance, as the show takes over the antique store, Kill Devil HIll in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, outside the familiar art context to present the work of eight NYC-based artists.

The works exhibited here have an immediate sense of domestic bliss that gives way to characteristics of the erratic disarray of the doubtful guest. There is a tension in the selected pieces between the utterly benign and the sinister that aims to reveal the beauty apparent in controlled chaos. There will also be a special performance by Kate Burnet & Dan Woerner, and a site-specific window installation by Greenpoint-based artist, Gabriela Galván.

Participating Artists:

Silvina Arismendi, Erin Beaver, Kate Burnet & Dan Woerner, Christopher Chiappa, Gabriela Galván, Jayson Keeling, Leah Raintree

Project Space:

Tom DeLaney Solo Project

Baby Dinosaurs Vs. Extinction, 2010, Graphite on paper, 15” x 12 ½”

Tom DeLaney (b. 1977 - Tallahassee, FL) is a Brooklyn-based artist who takes visual samples and segments of ordinary life to elevate them into contemplative objects with deft drawing skill. This is Tom's first solo show, presenting recent works and selected pieces from the past four years.

Ian Cofre is a Brooklyn-based, independent curator, working primarily with emerging artists. With the founders of Kill Devil Hill, he recently co-organized The Menus of Chanterelle (2010), a retrospective of the unique menu collection designed exclusively for the pioneering downtown restaurant, Chanterelle, which parallels the last thirty years of contemporary art. Previous shows include Southern Exposure at
Dumbo Arts Center (2009), and The LouvreFRITOS at Cuchifritos Gallery (2008).

Monday, February 15, 2010


HOUNDSTOOTH: POP-UP at Kill Devil Hill

170 Franklin Street

Brooklyn, New York 11222

From Tuesday, February 16, through Sunday, February 21, former Williamsburg fixture HOUNDSTOOTH: FINE VINTAGE FOR MEN will operate a pop-up shop at Kill Devil Hill (170 Franklin Street) in Greenpoint. The shop will be open between noon and 8 p.m. each day.

This six-day appearance will serve as a retrospective of sorts, showcasing never-before-seen pieces from the Houndstooth vault, old favorites on sale for the last time, and even select designer women's pieces from Maria's private collection.

The Houndstooth showroom remains available for private visits by appointment.

Visit for more information. Email to join our email list or to arrange a showroom visit.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

This Weekend! Eat for the love of V-Day!

11TH - 14TH

A duo of
sweet proportions.

The ladies of


take over
Kill Devil Hill
to fullfill your
sweet cravings
Valentines Day.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Subports Tues. Feb. 2nd


You are invited to join us this Tuesday February 2nd, 3-9PM

Kill Devil Hill in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
170 Franklin St., Brooklyn, NY 11222 (nr. Java St.)

Refreshments by Kill Devil Mark | Baked Goods and Snacks by Krupnick&Park | Vinyl Snacks by Other Music