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RE-OPENING CLAYTON GALLERY & OUTLAW ART MUSEUM

161 Essex Street btwn Houston & Stanton | New York, NY 10002 | Nov 14, 2016 | 7 pm
Open by appointment only after the opening | Call 212-477 1363

INFORMATION

Elsa and Clayton PattersonThe Clayton Gallery & Outlaw Art Museum is re-opening on November 14th and we are celebrating with a reception from 7:00 - 10:00pm at 161 Essex Street.

The Clayton Cap, founded in 1986, by Clayton patterson and Elsa, Rensaa, changed forever, the style and the look of the American baseball Cap. Their store also included the Outlaw Art gallery. Over the years, they exhibited their own art, as well as, the work of a diverse range of artists including Dash Snow, Taylor Mead, Boris Lurie, Charles Gatewood, tattoo artist Spider Webb, Baba Raul Canizares, Jerry Pagane, Baldo Diodato, Manwoman, Cochise, Peter Missing, Jim Power, Elsa Rensaa, Efroim Schneider, Tom deVita, Bill Heine, Anne Ardolino, and Art Party Pravda and others.

After nearly 10 years of being closed to the public, the Gallery opens it's doors again with the same dynamic team who brought you the $16 Burger Show, This first show will display original Caps and artwork from Patterson's extensive archive. The storefront will showcase the first 10 designs from the Clayton Cap Reissue project as well as original patches, books, and prints.

The opening will mark the first day of a long term plan to keep the gallery and storefront open to the public as a resource to learn about the neighborhood, Patterson and Rensaa's artwork, and a glimpse into a community that continues to work together amidst the continuing changes that surround this historical building and it's contents.

PRESS REPORT:

Clayton Patterson Welcomes the Public to His ‘Outlaw Art Museum’
on Essex Street After 10-Year Absence

Published in: Bowery Boogie on November 9th, 2016 by Elie
http://www.boweryboogie.com/2016/11/clayton-patterson-welcomes-public-outlaw-art-museum-essex-street-10-year-absence/
Clayton and Elsa Patterson at Otlaw Art Museum, New York

Clayton Patterson is reopening the namesake Outlaw Art Museum to the public after ten years on the sidelines. The gallery, located on the ground floor of his home/studio at 161 Essex Street, will splash with an event dedicated to Patterson’s revived “Clayton Caps.”

The new show bows November 14 (7pm) with the help of the same team behind Patterson’s “$16 Burger Show” pop-up a couple years ago. (This was his farewell when he initially announced a move to Austria.)

After nearly 10 years of being closed to the public, the Gallery opens it’s doors again with the same dynamic team who brought you the $16 Burger Show. The first exhibit will display original Clayton Caps and artwork from Patterson’s extensive archive. The storefront will showcase the first 10 designs from the Clayton Cap Reissue project as well as original patches, books, and prints.

According to the email blast, the relaunch at 161 Essex marks the “first day of a long term plan to keep the gallery and storefront open to the public as a resource to learn about the neighborhood, Patterson and [wife Elsa] Rensaa’s artwork, and a glimpse into a community that continues to work together amidst the continuing changes that surround this historical building and it’s contents.”

Clayton caps

Patterson and Rensaa invented the Clayton Cap back in 1986 by embroidering images, words, and his signature around the cap. The initial fourteen designs (including the most famous skull-and-devil) were first available from the storefront at 161 Essex Street, and eventually spread through the Eighties creative underground.

taxi blackdevil whitetaxi yellow
skull blackskull whiteskull red
see more on page https://dameht.com/collections/clayton-caps
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