Joe Coleman News

Joe Coleman Film Screening and Book Signing December 12

Thursday, December 12th 6 - 8 pm

Eight years in the making, How Dark My Love is a film that documents the story of artist and muse, at the core of which smolders an enduring love story between Joe Coleman and Whitney Ward, husband and wife of 20 years. Near complete, excerpts will be screened at the gallery for the first time followed by a book signing with the artist.

RSVP: info@edlingallery.com

Joe Coleman and the Shadow Self will be on view through December 21st.

New York Night Train's 14th Annual Haunted Hop

On Halloween 2019 Joe will perform with King Khan and many others. More info: http://www.newyorknighttrain.com/

Joe Coleman & The Shadow Self Celebration

New York Night Train and Scenic present
JOE COLEMAN & THE SHADOW SELF CELEBRATION
SUNDAY, OCT 27, MARKET HOTEL 8PM

Joe Coleman and the Shadow Self Exhibition opens Oct 25

Joe's solo show at Andrew Edlin gallery opens October 25 and runs through December 7 2019.
This is the first Coleman exhibition in New York City in almost a decade and will feature new works.

More info HERE

Joe on Mike Safo podcast

Joe sat down with Mike Safo, host of the “Mike Safo” podcast and Joe's good friend, true-crime writer, Harold Schechter for a few drinks and a few laughs. It’s a long form conversational hangout podcast where he sits down with athletes, authors, celebs and fascinating people.

LISTEN HERE

Outsider Art Fair, NY

Andrew Edlin Gallery will be presenting three paintings by Joe Coleman at the 2019 Outsider Art Fair in New York City.

The paintings are: Memories of a Sideshow Geek, Circus, and Adam Parfrey: A Feral Man in a Feral Land. The last is fresh off the easel.

Jonathan Shaw VIP book launch

Meet Jonathan Shaw and Joe Coleman at Jonathan's VIP book launch, The Slipper Room NYC Nov 1, 2018 more info HERE

Performace at Le Guess Who

Joe will perform as part of the Le Guess Who? performance series in November 2018 in Utrecht Holland.

More HERE

Joe Lecture at Miskatonic Institute - Sept 11 2018

In this unique live conversation moderated by film writer and producer Heather Buckley, Joe Coleman will investigate a series of films and the ways that concepts of high and low art intersect in and around them. The first will be Gerald Kargl’s Angst (1983) and JohnParker’s Dementia aka Daughters of Horror (1955) —exploring the serial killer story. Godard’s Alphaville (1965) and Ed Wood Jr.’s Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959) —a comparison of cast and similar iconography over both works.

July 12 Event in Brooklyn

The Doorway to Joe: The Art of Joe Coleman
Thursday, July 12, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

A Conversation with the Artist

Renowned iconoclast and painter Joe Coleman sits down for a conversation with Harold Schechter, professor of American literature and popular culture at CUNY’s Queens College. The reception will include an exclusive sneak peak of the upcoming feature documentary about Joe.

This program is presented in partnership with Morbid Anatomy.

$15 for members of Green-Wood and BHS / $20 for non-members.