• Date

    6 March til 6 April, 2014

  • Location

    220 W. 18th. Street

  • address

    220 W. 18th. Street 10011 New York

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“DISown – Not For Everyone,” is an art exhibition posing as a retail store. Or maybe it’s the other way around. As Karl Lagerfeld for H&M is a diffusion line for fashion, DISown is a diffusion line for art. Set as an examination of taste and consumerism, DISown presents a new model for cultural critique. Presenting products from over 30 world-renowned artists including Ryan Trecartin, Jon Rafman, Bjarne Melgaard, Amalia Ulman, Telfar and Hood By Air (HBA), DISown will be featured in a retail installation by artist Lizzie Fitch. Art collective DIS and curator Agatha Wara present the month long exhibition, starting March 6th at Red Bull Studio New York.

Week Five:

Saturday, April 5th

12:00pm - 8:00pm - Open Public Hours

6:00pm: Live Performance with Prancing Elites, Kelela, Total Freedom, Dutch E Germ


Sunday, April 6th 

12:00pm - 8:00pm - Open Public Hours


2:00pm-3:00pm    LIVE DISown Radio with Finn Diesel - special guest: Maxo

3:00pm-4:00pm    Ital & Halal

4:00pm-5:00pm    Guest podcast: Activia Benz - Ninja Tune affiliate Slugabed’s record label present their latest tunes


Artists represented in exhibit:

Lizzie Fitch, Ryan Trecartin, Amalia Ulman, Bjarne Melgaard, Jon Rafman, Carissa Rodriguez, Simon Fujiwara, Antoine Catala, Daniel Keller, Dora Budor, Frank Benson, GCC, Jogging, K-HOLE, Maja Cule, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Nicolas Fernandez, Nick DeMarco, Shanzhai Biennial, Francis Carlow, Anne de Vries, Timur Si-Qin, Katja Novitskova, Analisa Teachworth, Leilah Weinraub, Christopher Kulendran Thomas and Annika Kuhlmann, Emily Segal, Geir Haraldseth, Toke Lykkeberg, Telfar, HBA, 69, and DIS.

About DIS

DIS is a New York-based art collective composed of Lauren Boyle, Solomon Chase, Marco Roso and David Toro. Its cultural interventions are manifest across a range of media and platforms, from site specific museum and gallery exhibitions to ongoing online projects. Most notably these include, DIS Magazine, cofounded with Nick Scholl, Patrik Sandberg and S. Adrian Massey III in 2010 as a virtual platform that examines art, fashion, music and culture, constructing and supporting new creative practices. Since being founded, the magazine has expanded into an international community of writers, photographers, musicians and DJs. Recent ventures include DISimages, 2013, a fully operational stock photography agency that enlists artists to produce images available for private and commercial use. Across its various endeavors, DIS explores the tension between popular culture and institutional critique, while facilitating projects for the most public and democratic of all forums—the Internet.