‘The Good, The Bad.’ by Gary Silipa
November 5 – December 21, 2014
Salon 94 Bowery
New York, NY 10002
Robert Voit’s large format series humorously highlights the odd, oversized attempts to hide cell phone towers in plain sight. The series is on view at Clamp Art through November 15th, 2014.
Future Relic 02, the second chapter of Daniel Arsham’s Future Relic series. Starring James Franco.
100% of the profits from the sale of Cody Hudson’s limited edition Public – Supply notebook will go to supporting creative work in Chicago public schools.
Broomberg & Chanarin pay homage to George Henein and the Egyptian Surrealist Movement. The title “The Prestige of Terror” comes from the name of a pamphlet that Henein created shortly after the dropping of the atomic bomb.
The unexpected math behind Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”
photo by Clément Pascal
The British artist/humorist has a new edition available through Dundee Contemporary Arts
For his latest exhibition Likelihood of Confusion, former intellectual property lawyer and full-time artist Alfred Steiner subverts pervasive logos using meticulously drawn objects and the Freudian method of free association.
On view at Joshua Liner Gallery through November 15th, 2014.
SimplifyThatShit is a collaborative drag and drop project by Tim Nolan and Jen Lu that derives file data from an image to create random modern art by simplifying the picture to its core geometric elements.
Banksy gives Vermeer’s masterpiece a 21st century update in what some could see as the beginnings of his visibility campaign in anticipation of HBO’s upcoming special.
We’ve been fans of the Deadbeat Club since we first encountered their zines from what seems like years ago. With a one-night only event happening tonight (10/17), we asked some of the members of this tight knit photo crew to talk about each other’s pictures. Here’s are the results, beginning with Dennis McGrath’s take on Ed Templeton’s photo, above.
Dreaming about an upstate retreat for your artistic endeavors? Don’t mind using an outhouse close to where the dead are buried? Maybe you’re inspired by the spirit of old Methodist church hymns? Or could it just be that you’ve always wanted a functional bell tower? Whatever the case, here’s a 2500 sq. ft. drafty old church for sale in the Catskills. The address is 40 Sack road, so you best bring the blunts…
An evangelical booklet for the promotion of the humanities by Mark Mulroney. Available by mail-order here
For those in SF, Mark has a new show opening at Ever Gold this Saturday, October 18th, from 7-10pm
“Macbeth,” a Toiletpaper project for the Metropolitan Opera by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.