If you haven’t yet made it over to Electric Works to see Jason’s Jagel’s solo exhibit, be sure to swing by this Saturday, Oct 11th. An artist walk through kicks off at 4 pm, and from 6 – 10 pm there’s a book signing party and night of DJ’ing – the inimitable Egon, Kamau Amu Patton, Aaron Terry, Jäges and Ala Ebtekar will be spinning.
Be sure to pick up a copy of 73 Funshine, which by a stroke of coincidence, costs $73 with tax. This artist monograph weighs in at over 200 color pages and is accompanied by a 10” vinyl record with 3 jazz tracks by Madlib. The book focuses on Jägel’s endeavors since 2001, the year that music took hold as a driving force of Jägel’s narrative gouache paintings. Check out pics of the show.