A look through Salvador Dali’s Les diners de Gala
At 80 years old, Earl Phillips is one of Cleveland’s last remaining sign painters.
Chris Ofili’s new edition on the occasion of “Chris Ofili: Night and Day” at the New Museum is a happy dick on a skate deck.
Jonas Wood’s new exhibition of work at David Kordansky Gallery in LA is MAJOR.
Steve Jobs praises the legendary creative problem solver in this 1993 interview.
A new exhibition in Brooklyn looks at a few examples from the more than four hundred pieces of fold-in art created by the MAD Magazine mastermind.
Aurel Schmidt, Austin Lee, Barry McGee, Bjarne Melgaard, Bruce High Quality Foundation, Christian Rosa, David Pappaceno, David Shrigley, Dennis Hoekstra, Devin Troy Strother, Eric Yahnker, Francine Spiegel, Giovanni Garcia-Fenech, Jim Drain, JIM JOE, Katherine Bernhardt, Misaki Kawai, Paul DeMuro, Takeshi Murata, Theo Rosenblum, and more.
November 13 – December 28th, 2014
New York, New York 10012
Magnum’s “Square Print Sale” features overlooked work by photographic masters like Elliot Erwitt, Bruce Davidson, and Thomas Hoepker. The signed, 6″x6″ time-limited editions are available for $100 through Friday, November 14th at 5pm EST, so get your good gifting on until then.
Baltimore’s painted screens
Last Saturday night on the Upper East Side, Hauser & Wirth presented ‘FREEZER BURN’, a group exhibition put together by Rita Ackermann. Featuring a list of stellar names and artworks, the turnout for opening night was a supreme success. Christos Katsiaouni on hand to document the atmosphere.
By the time that you’ve finished looking through the entirety of this massive group show curated by Ryan Travis Christian, you’ll have more thoughts than you previously had on the quacking creature. Whether those thoughts are good or bad is completely up to you. Just know that there’ll be more.
NCIS: Provence: The Van Gogh Mystery by Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith
For many decades, suicide was the unquestioned final chapter of Vincent van Gogh’s legend. But in their 2011 book, Pulitzer Prize-winning biographers Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith offered a far more plausible scenario—that Van Gogh was killed—only to find themselves under attack. Now, with the help of a leading forensic expert, the authors take their case a step further.
Openings & Parties: “NOT FOR PROFIT” presented by Vito Schnabel and the Bruce High Quality Foundation
Last night, The Bruce High Quality Foundation went all Willy Wonka by opening the doors to their rarely seen headquarters. The occasion was “NOT FOR PROFIT,” a benefit and celebratory evening of live music and performances by Dev Hynes, Ana Fabrega, FAKE INJURY PARTY, Edan, Blazer Sound System and Max McFerren. Attendees drank from an open Vodka Bar provided by Belvedere Vodka, and bought art right off the walls to help raise funds for the BHQFU.
Photos courtesy of BFA
Working primarily with an airbrush in the 1940s, Gerald Gregg designed close to 200 covers for Dell paperbacks at the Western Printing & Lithographing Company in Racine, Wisconsin. Some of his best work comes from the ‘Mystery’ imprint, featured in the gallery above.
The Story of Steve Powers, as told by Steve Powers during his recent Creative Mornings talk.