GET FIVE CENT COFFEE AT NYC's NEWEST AND SMALLEST ART FAIR
"Guest of Cindy Sherman," the critically acclaimed documentary that wends through the New York City art scene, sponsors the launch of New York City's tiniest and only mobile art fair, The Coffee C'Art. This micro-fair, which takes place inside of a working New York City coffee cart, will be held on Saturday and Sunday, March 7th and 8th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Visitors can find The Coffee C'Art parked on the southeast corner of 54th Street and 12th Avenue, directly across from the Armory Show's Pier 94 entrance.
The Coffee C'Art is an artistic collaboration developed by film producer Christopher Trela and artist Mame McCutchin. This pioneering yet diminutive art fair will feature McCutchin's quirky and warm drawings.
The first 1,000 visitors to The Coffee C'Art will each receive limited edition custom-printed "Guest of Cindy Sherman" coffee cups designed by artist Walter Robinson. Robinson, current Editor of Artnet.com magazine, was also a correspondent for legendary public access cable show “Gallery Beat” in the late 1990s and is featured in Guest of Cindy Sherman. Anyone who mentions “Gallery Beat” at The Coffee C'Art will receive a free cup of coffee! This is what the cup will have on it.
"Guest of Cindy Sherman" is directed by Paul H-O (co-host of Gallery Beat as well as being Cindy’s ex-boyfriend) and Tom Donahue and features interviews with Cindy Sherman as well as John Waters, Eric Bogosian, Danny DeVito, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Molly Ringwald, Carol Kane among others. The film will open in theaters on March 27, 2009.
Special thanks to Matt Choi for designing all of the The Coffee C'Art graphics and logos below.