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Emily Sundblad: Dichterliebe/Divine Bitches

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Featuring texts by Emily Sundblad and Juliana Huxtable (and some others taken from online porn sites), Dichterliebe/Divine Bitches is an erotic and elegiac collage operetta punctuated by original songs, lieder from Robert Schumann’s song cycle Dichterliebe, and current hits rearranged (by Pete Drungle) as classical choral compositions. Accompanied by Ken Okiishi, Sundblad and Huxtable appear with an expanding cast of women of different ages and backgrounds. A set and stage environment will be designed by Klara Liden. Organized by Tim Griffin and Katy Dammers.

This is Dichterliebe/Divine Bitches' third installment. It was originally conceived as a work in progress for The Kitchen in April 2015.

September 16, 8pm
September 17, 8pm
Tickets $20

Please note that Julianna Huxtable is only performing on Saturday, September 17. 


Limited-Edition Print and Poster in conjunction with Emily Sundblad: Dichterliebe/Divine Bitches by Cjasa von Zeipel

On the occasion of performances by Emily Sundblad: Dichterliebe/Divine Bitches on September 16–17, 2016, Cajsa von Zeipel created this limited edition print and poster. Proceeds from the sale of these limited-edition works will support artists whose groundbreaking, genre-defying work appears at The Kitchen throughout the year.

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PRINT:
Cajsa von Zeipel
Untitled (Emily Sundblad: Dichterliebe/Divine Bitches), 2016
Print image: Ninja Hanna, 2016.
Archival photographic print on Kodak Endura paper
16 x 20 inches
Unframed
Edition of 50, with 5 Aps
Print editioning by Laumont
Courtesy of the Artist
$200 + tax
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-SALE 

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POSTER:
Cajsa von Zeipel
Untitled (Emily Sundblad: Dichterliebe/Divine Bitches), 2016
Poster images: Ninja Hanna, styling by Christopher Insulander, 2016.
70 lb White Ultra Smooth Text
36 x 24 inches
Edition of 100, with 5 Aps
Poster editioning by Linco Printing
Courtesy of the Artist
$20 + tax
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-SALE

A limited number of posters signed by Cajsa von Zeipel are available
$75 + tax
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-SALE

Posters and prints are available for sale online at The Kitchen’s Store. Editions will be sold in the order inquiries are received. We cannot guarantee a particular number within the run.

Work are only available for pre-sale at this time. Starting Monday, September 19 appointments to pick up works at The Kitchen during normal business hours (Monday-Friday from 11am-6pm) can be made with Katy Dammers. We reserve the right to not release a work unless an appointment is made in advance. Works are available for domestic shipping as per further details on the Square store. International buyers should contact Katy Dammers directly to inquire about availability and complete purchases. For more information contact Katy Dammers at katy@thekitchen.org or by calling 212-255-5793 ext. 21.


Emily Sundblad: Dichterliebe/Divine Bitches is made possible with endowment support from Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust, annual grants from The Amphion Foundation, Inc., The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Howard Gilman Foundation, and The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation; and in part by public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Photo: Rachel Chandler

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