12,597 watercolor paintings made into a 35 minute film by Anders Ramsell.
In related news: 5 Pointz got buffed last night
Nobody listens to it.
In this project titled ‘Listen and Repeat’ by Rachel Knoll, a megaphone affixed to a tree in Washington “uses text to speech capabilities to recite tweets composed with the tag ‘nobody listens’ from the social media website Twitter.”
For our series, “Flash Us,” we ask some of our favorite tattoo artists to create a design based on a classic theme—naked ladies. Last week, Charley Gerardin sent us a design, and this week Philippe Fernandez sent us the above. Philippe works at AKA in Berlin, and you can follow him here.
Cornelius Gurlitt hoarded art treasures his father obtained under dubious circumstances in the Nazi era. The reclusive 80-year-old has given SPIEGEL the first interview since news of their discovery broke two weeks ago. He says the pictures are the love of his life and must be returned.
Two reasons to celebrate tonight at 41 Montrose (at Lorimer) Brooklyn, NY.
A Ryan McGinley mug, X-Mas Tree ornaments by Nate Lowman, a grumpy cat t-shirt from Andrew Kuo. All these and more are available through RxArt, with 100% of the sales proceeds benefitting the non-profit organization.
Published by PictureBox, Wes Lang focuses on a decade’s worth of the artist’s work on paper. Featuring texts by James Frey and Arty Nelson, the book is a must have for fans old and new.
On 27th street, PK SHOP launches their holiday store with limited art, home and design multiples and editions from Lady AIKO, Julia Chiang, Mark Ryden, Shelter Serra, Nir Hod, FriendsWithYou, Kenny Scharf, Will Ryman, Walton Ford and Buff Monster. On 25th street, Marlborough Chelsea presents Double Hamburger Deluxe (pictured), a group exhibition based around the massive Warhol painting Double Hamburger, and down on 21st street, Liz Magic Laser has a live performance at Paula Cooper that starts promptly at 7pm.
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni
In this new series, “Collector’s Edition,” we ask people about their personal art collections—from the first piece of art they ever bought to what they want to acquire next. Last time we spoke to Greg Hervieux, and this time we reached out to Roger Gastman, who has published more than 30 art and culture books, was a supervising producer on BANKSY’s Exit Through the Gift Shop, and co-curated Art in the Streets at MOCA. Roger is also the creative director and founder of the media agency R. Rock Enterprises, and is the executive producer of The Legend of Cool Disco Dan.
Continue reading to learn about what Roger collects.