Alternative Press 25th Anniversay Exhibition



Thursday, October 21st through Saturday, October 23rd.
Noon to 6pm each day.
Free and open to the public.

Sloan Fine Art is pleased to host the Alternative Press 25th Anniversary Art Exhibition. For this special, three day exhibition the gallery’s project room with be transformed with photographs, milestones and memoirs from the Alternative Press archives while the main gallery highlights original artworks from artists/musicians who have been featured in the magazine over the years.

The artist list for the exhibition includes: Adam Jones (Tool), Andy “The Butcher” Mrotek (The Academy Is…), Anthony Green (Circa Survive), Black Francis (Pixies), Camille Rose Garcia, Colin Frangicetto (Circa Survive), Derek Hess, Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance), Greg "Craola" Simkins, Joby J. Ford (The Bronx), John Baldwin Gourley (Portugal. The Man) & Austin Sellers, Jordan Buckley (Every Time I Die), Justine Frischmann (Elastica), Kaves (Lordz Of Brooklyn), Elizabeth McGrath (Miss Derringer), Marilyn Manson, Matt “Portland” Hay (Nora), Marc “Porter” McKnight (Atreyu), Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio), Morgan Slade (Miss Derringer), Pete Wentz (Fall Out Boy), Shawn Harris (Maniac), Shepard Fairey, Shirley Manson (Garbage), Tim Armstrong (Rancid) and Travie McCoy (Gym Class Heroes).

Alternative Press a.k.a. AP was started 25 years ago with the goal of being the definitive source for the underground music scene. From its early days as a four-page fold-over fanzine distributed at punk-rock shows, to the ambitious production values and international distribution it enjoys today, AP has been consistently on the forefront of breaking new artists. Beyond the magazine, AP has successfully expanded its brand through The AP Tour, Altpress.com, programs for national music tours, retail music guides and more. AP continues to offer fans insight into the latest trends and the hottest bands first.

Sloan Fine Art is located at 128 Rivington Street on the Lower East Side of New York City. The exhibition will be on display Thursday, October 21st through Saturday October 23rd. Gallery hours are noon to 6 each day.

Images, left to right:
Marilyn Manson, "Baby's on Fire," 2010, watercolor on paper, 30" x 22"
Shirley Manson, "Peking Noodle (Ode to Louise Bourgeois)," 2010, knitted on canvas, 6" x 6" x 2"