In two weeks, on March 15th, BNG is teaming up with friends at Acme Archives and the fine folks at Syndicated Theater to present their next screening. But first, there are some rules: The first rule of Bottleneck screenings is: you do not talk about Bottleneck screenings!
Just kidding, tell everybody! We’re thrilled to announce that they will be screening Fight Club. David Fincher’s film about consumerist culture, anarchy, and stripping away the layers of societal residue through ritualistic fighting is an absolute cult-classic, and they’re absolutely proud to be presenting the movie and a phenomenal print by Tomer Hanuka to accompany the screening.
Here are the details for the event:
- Tickets for each of the screenings, 6:30PM & 9:35PM, will be available for purchase on their homepage today
@ 12PM ET!-SOLD OUT- There is a limit of 2 tickets per person and all sales are final.
- The screenings will be held on Wednesday, March 15th, at Syndicated Theater, located at 40 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY.
- Each ticket is $75 and includes a variant edition of Tomer Hanuka’s Fight Club print (Ed. of 100), admission to one of the film’s screenings, and a complimentary themed cocktail.
- You must be present at the night of the screening to pick up the variant print, these will not be shipped. Tubes will be handed out at the close of each screening.
- If you purchase two tickets, you must arrive with a +1 to receive two tubes, otherwise you will only be handed one tube.
- The regular edition of Tomer’s Fight Club print will be sold at the theater from 6PM – 9PM the night of the screenings. You DO NOT need to purchase a screening ticket to buy the regular edition of the print–everybody can purchase one while supplies last.
All remaining prints will go on sale on their site on Thursday, March 16th @ 12pm eastern.
Tomer’s print design will be revealed on March 14th via their social media channels, so please follow them for all details.
About Tomer Hanuka
Tomer is an award-winning, New York Times best selling illustrator and cartoonist. At age twenty-two, Hanuka moved to New York City. Following his graduation from the School of Visual Arts, he quickly became a regular contributor to many national magazines. His clients include Time Magazine, The New Yorker, Spin, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, MTV, and Saatchi & Saatchi. He is the winner of multiple medals from the Society of Illustrators and the Society of Publication Designers as well as American Illustration and Print magazine.
Located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, Bottleneck Gallery is a contemporary art space founded by Joe Bouganim, Josh Harris and Arseny Libon. The gallery’s main focus is to support all emerging and established artists and in turn donating a portion of the proceeds from our solo and group exhibitions to a variety of charities.
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