Former auto-chop shop at 247 E. 2nd St . . . 

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. . . transformed into a community garden and arts space!



Check back regularly for updates about LPV’s 2015 season. If you’d like to rent the garden for private events, or wish to volunteer time, talent, and resources, you can reach us at lepetitversailles@alliedproductions.org.

If you want to pitch a show/exhibition/anything, you can fill out our new LPV Events Google Form and tell us your idea, the artistic disciplines it involves, and any other information that will help us place your show into our season!

May  2015
  • LES HISTORY MONTH - Fourth Arts Block
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: June 1, 2015 - 12:00 am
    Starts: 2:00 pm
    Ends: May 10, 2015 - 5:50 pm
  • Y'ART Sale - Leslie Lowe & Various Artists
    Starts: 12:00 pm
    Ends: May 16, 2015 - 5:00 pm
    Location: Le Petit Versailles Garden, East Houston Street, New York, NY 10009, United States
    Description: Join us at Le Petit Versailles for a Y’Art Sale lovingly put together by our very own Leslie Lowe, and featuring a springtime cornucopia of artists!

    UPDATE! - As the Y'ART SALE winds down, stay for a steamy and political set of readings by London artists Huw Lemmey, Onyeke Igwe, and Ed Lehan. More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1419301518390252/


    Richard Armijo -- Painter (very private) sometimes writer of poetry and free narrative who has had a relation with ABC No Rio and galleryonetwentyeight since their beginnings over thirty years ago. i am from california, my family from the new mexico and then later arizona territory.

    Mary Campbell -- Through the creation of collage, installation and performance art I explore the intersection of ritual and public interaction. Working as an individual artist and also as a performer/organizer of Day de Dada (a NYC fluxus based, dada inspired Performance Art Collective) and as part of the international contemporary Fluxus community I have a varied art practice.

    Jenny Gonzalez-Blitz -- Painter, cartoonist, singer, performance artist, madvocate, ranter & rat afficianado (with cats as well.) Husbands & Wives with Mallets & Knives.

    Leslie Lowe -- Long-time friend, collaborator, and member of Allied Productions, Inc and Naked Eye Cinema, Lowe is a painter, filmmaker, and reader of the hidden energies that surround us.

    Daniel Roberts -- For more info check out: https://www.visualaids.org/artists/detail/daniel-roberts

    Angela Rogers -- Angela was born in 1963 in Marmet, West Virginia and grew up in Salisbury, North Carolina. She is a self-taught artist, singer, poet, and performer who lives in Manhattan and attends the HAI studio program. Her haunting, figurative, visionary paintings are influenced by her southern Gothic childhood and lifelong interest in the occult. Besides creating childlike, yet frightening, imaginary worlds on wood and canvas, Angela is the co-founder, singer, and lyricist for the Gothic blues act Lone Vein. She has also been a respected reader of tarot cards with a devoted following of customers. In addition to divination, Angela also reads young adult fiction on recorded books and has received awards, notably best actress, for her sensitive narrations of stories about troubled girls.

    Sally Young -- Sally Young is a Mixed-Media artist, originally from the Cass Corridor in Detroit. She has lived and made art in the East Village for the past 35 years. Sally is also a community gardner and knows how important it is to have electricity in your garden. My website is: sallyonegun.squarespace.com.

  • LONDON STORIES: Readings by Huw Lemmey, Onyeka Igwe and others.
    Starts: 4:00 pm
    Ends: May 16, 2015 - 6:00 pm
    Description: Le Petit Versailles is excited to present Huw Lemmey, Onyeka Igwe and other readers, all artists and/or writers from London, England. They'll be joining us to read words on sex, love and politics in the UK.

    The reading will happen during the tail-end of our SPRINGTIME Y'ART SALE, curated by friend of LPV Leslie Lowe. More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/975967222413595/


    Huw Lemmey is an artist and writer based in London. He writes on digital culture, sexuality and politics for Rhizome, The New Inquiry and The White Review, and blogs under the name @spitzenprodukte at libcom.org. Lemmey’s most recent book, CHUBZ: The Demonization of my Working Arse is the following: “we are in the middle of a brutally dry and hot London summer some time after 2011 — some time, that is, after the mass riots of August 2011, which are still fresh in the minds of the author and his fellow Londoners. It could easily happen again. Chubz, the eponymous protagonist of the book, states it plainly in the first pages: “I didn’t want a job this summer, I wanted to fuck, and I wanted stuff to kick off. I felt angry, too, right.” (flashartonline.com)

    Onyeka Igwe is a documentary filmmaker from London. She came to filmmaking from a radical political activist experience, hoping to develop a filmmaking practice as a way of doing politics. Onyeka's filmmaking is dominated by interest in identity, politics, culture and place. She has been supported by the BFI and the European Cultural Fund and has screened at festivals and galleries across the UK and Europe.
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: May 31, 2015 - 12:00 am