Getting Miseducated with BHQF at Brucennial 2010

A lot of free Miller High Life was served and the empty cans ended up on this machine that could have been a work of art.

poster for

"Brucennial 2010: MISEDUCATION" Exhibition

at 350 West Broadway
in the Soho area
This event has ended - (2010-02-26 - 2010-05-22)

In Main Article 3 Photo Reports by misaki matsui 2010-03-04 print

Despite the heavy snow and slush, it was so crowded on the opening night of Brucennial, many guests had to wait on a long line outside before getting in. A lot of free Miller High Life was served and the empty cans ended up on this machine that could have been a work of art.

Coco Dolle

Pastel artist, Zaria Forman in front of her drawing.

Julian Schnabel in front of his painting.

On the left, Alberto Mugrabi and Vito Schnabel on the right.

Natalie Shook's work made of several paintings sliding like a puzzle.

Tore Wallert

Misaki Matsui

Misaki Matsui. misaki matsui is a photographer, born in Kobe, Japan. She started her career as a marketing planner at an advertising agency in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan. She now lives in Brooklyn and specializes in portraiture and landscape photography. » See other writings

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