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Artist and New Yorker Michael Alan has been turning humans into art pieces for over a decade in his now-famous Living Installation series. Part draw-a-thon, part performance art, the exhibition space turns into a figure drawing party that involves a lot of artists, naked models and paint. ANIMAL has written about the shows on more […]

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If you have never been to Michael Alan’s Draw-a-thon, then you haven’t sketched nude, neon-painted and prop-smothered models stalking around warehouses or stuffed into his Brooklyn studio sink and acting possessed. And you really should, because it’s fun. Meanwhile… […]

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The Times took a look at a recent Draw-A-Thon Theater, publishing a gallery of portraits and talking with artist Michael Alan, the driving force behind the performance, as “his cohort of artists and actors wriggled and writhed with clockwork precision” while the “paintbrush-wielding audience struggled to capture their moves.” The next performance art drawing session […]

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Drunken butlers, naked maids and dead whores would ordinarily be cause for alarm. But at the Gershwin Hotel on Saturday, they’re just cause to break out pens and pencils and start drawing. The latest edition of Draw-a-Thon Theater is set to take over of the hotel this weekend with its unique blend of live performance […]

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