Posts Tagged ‘Warren Street’

Joe Putrock, the Mayor of Warren Street

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

You’ve seen his photographs in Metroland.
You’ve seen his photographs in the Times Union.
You’ve seen his photographs on gallery walls.
Yes, Joe Putrock‘s photographs sometimes seem to be everywhere.

Joe Putrock

Joe Putrock

And now you can also see them at Carrie Haddad Photographs in Hudson. The exhibit – which also features the work of Melinda McDaniel and Arnold Kastenbaum – opens today and will remain on view through Sunday, October 11.

The opening reception for the show takes place from 6-8pm Saturday, September 5, and Putrock has decided to make a whole night of it.

Following the reception at the gallery, Putrock will dash across Warren Street to Jason’s Upstairs Bar, where he’ll slip behind the drums to play with his band, the Charlie Watts Riots.

That’s right, a little bit of intimate, small-scale photography and a little bit of crank-it-up, blast-it-out rock & roll. Joe Putrock, you’re the Mayor of Warren Street – at least for a night.


Signs of the City

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009
Closed, never to reopen (Warren Street, Hudson, NY)

Closed, never to reopen (Warren Street, Hudson, NY)

Hanging Out In Hudson, May 17, 2009

Monday, May 18th, 2009

Giant sheet music at Vince Mulford Antiques:

Mare Vaccaro’s photographs at Posie Kviat, on their first day of business, at 437 Warren Street:

A tiny horse puppet at the Hudson Valley Arts Center, 337 Warren Street:

A giant horse at Waiting, a storefront guerrilla exhibition space open weekends for the rest of May at 703 Warren Street:

Hands and brushes in the front window of Fern:

Art on the walls of the Red Dot, ready for the 9th annual Art for AnimalKind Benefit on Tuesday June 9:

Martha Redivivus and Seth Horatio Buncombe of Thingama*jigSaw between sets at Musica

Jim Gaudet and the Railroad BoysCaffe LenaThe Cock'N'Bull RestaurantHolly & EvanCartoonist John CaldwellAdvertise on Nippertown!Artist Charles HaymesAlbany PoetsLeave Regular Radio BehindBerkshire On StageHudson SoundsThe LindaRamblin Jug Stompers