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TinyVices Curated by Tim Barber

KANSAS CITY, MO.- Urban Culture Project’s Third Friday Art Downtown October 19 features three new exhibition openings mixing local, national and international artists; open studios; and live performance in the Jenkins windows, all in downtown Kansas City.

Tim Barber, a New York-based photographer, started the tinyvices website (tinyvices.com) as an accessible showcase for his own and other photographers' work. This travelling exhibition will include a complex installation of photographs, drawings, and paintings by over 60 of the artists, known and unknown, that are featured on the tinyvices website.

tinyvices is a re-conceptualized web log. It functions as a community publication, an editorial project, an art gallery and archive. The site receives thousands of daily hits, and hundreds of new images are sent in for consideration every month in response to a continuous open call for submissions. Over the past few years, the site has expanded to encompass images from around the world, incorporating a wide variety of subjects and styles. A frequent format is that of the 'travelogue', with Barber and others' photos of everything from cross-country road trips to a visit to the vet. Common to all of the posts is a disarmingly personal perspective. From photos of a day at a baseball game, to a series of drawings by a kid in detention, the site is like a scrap book with dozens of authors.

Contributing artists include: Lesley Arfin, Patryce Bak, Tim Barber, Marc Bell, Jordon Bennett, Boogie, Ali Bosworth, Scott Conarroe, Gemma Corsano, Michelle Cortez, Mark Delong, Vincent Dermody, Chris Dorland, Anthony Easton, Shayne Ehman, Louise Enhörning, James Erdeg, Diego Fernandez, Leo Fitzpatrick, Ryan Foerster, Alessandro Formenti, Jason Frank Rothenberg, William Galindo, Philippe Gerlach, Kava Gorna, William Greiner, Jeffro Halladay, Bala Heller, Eleonore Hendrix, Jerry Hsu, Gordon Hull, Marc Hundley, Sanya Kantarovsky, Ryan Kearney, Thatcher Keats, James Kendi, Richard Kern, Una Knox, Tuomas Korpijaakko, Jessie Kotler, Kim Krans, Gregory Krum, Gary LaChance, Jeff Ladouceur, Fabien Laurent Foureault, Leigh Ledare, Jason Lee, Scott Lenhardt, Gina Liberto, Jimmy Limit, Andrea Longacre White, Ryan MacFarland, Glynnis McDaris, Ryan McGinley, Jason McLean, Jason Nocito, Patrick O'Dell, OODA Group, Christian Patterson, Jaret Penner, Brad Phillips, Ben Pier, Brett Pittman, Caitlin Teal Price, Bobby Puleo, Athena Razo, Kevin Romaniuk, Max Ryazansky, Shay Semple, Aurel Schmidt, Robin Schwartz, Jeremy Shaw, Asha Shechter, Dan Siney, Thomas Stavnes, Jane Stockdale, Peter Sutherland, Jamie Taete, Ah Kee Thiang, Jonathan Thiang, Lucas Thorpe, Kon Trubkovich, Yu Ukai, Brian Ulrich, David Uzzardi, Jaimie Warren, Martynka Wawrzyniak, Jason Wurm.

tinyvices, the exhibition, has been presented at venues internationally since March 2006, including Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City, Mexico; The Gallery Soho, Clair de Rouen Books, London England; colette, Paris France; Studio Bee, Tokyo Japan; The University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh; House of Campari, New York; and Spencer Brownstone, New York.

The exhibition of tinyvices in Kansas City has been made possible with support from the Kansas City Art Institute’s Printmaking, Design, and Photo/New Media departments.



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