Saturday, December 12, 7 - 10pm

Group Show One is the first in a series of group exhibitions in FAMILY's new Back Room Gallery.

Artist Bios:
Ashley Snow Macomber is represented by Kavi Gupta Gallery (Chicago) and has shown at Proyectos Monclova (Mexico City) New Image Art (LA) Deste Foundation Center for Contemporary Art (Athens), White Box Gallery (NYC). She has been included in publications such as Revisionaries, ANP Quarterly Issue #9. Her most recent book is We Are What We Are Not

Kevin Christy is represented by Monya Rowe gallery (New York), and has shown at Jack Hanley gallery (San Francisco), Hope gallery (Los Angeles), New Image Art gallery (Los Angeles), White Columns (New York), Loyal gallery (Sweden), and Space 1026 (Philadelphia). He has a catalogue with Cederteg, and his work was inluded in 'dear new girl, or whatever your name is' by McSweeneys, and is a regular contributor to Stop Smiling magazine. He is a co-founder of the Broken Wrist Project.

Nicholas Haggard has exhibited at Peter Hey Halpert gallery (NYC), Rogues gallery (Portland) and Family (LA). He has a zine with Cederteg, and his editorial work has appeared in Dazed & Confused, Pig, and Sang Bleu

Sarah Soquel Morhaim's films have screened at the Sundance Film Festival, Palm Springs International Festival of Shorts, CineVegas, the San Francisco Cinematheque, Philadelphia Independent, the Austin Film Society and others. Her photography has appeared in Arkitip, and received awards from the National Foundation for Advancement of the Arts
Sunday, December 13, 7pm

Launch of Dear JD Salinger, I Forgive You Signed, Yoko.
New poems by Spencer Moody and Anthony Anzalone.
Published by Teenage Teardrops

Don't worry!
We all know
what you do
not like
about yourself

There will be readings by Spencer Moody, Anthony Anzalone, and Deanna Uribe


Spencer Moody is the vocalist for Seattle-based noise rock group Triumph of Lethargy Skinned Alive to Death. He was previously the vocalist for the Murder City Devils.

Anthony Anzalone is the vocalist for Mikki and the Mauses. He was previously vocalist for the Mean Reds. He maintains the blog:

Deanna Uribe's latest poetry zines include: Grog Head 2, and The Skeleton.