This past Saturday The Hole presented six new works from legendary surfer and artist Herbie Fletcher. A casual mix of models, wave riding legends, and art lovers were in attendance at the opening, as was James Murphy and blast-from-MTV-past Jesse Camp who was overheard talking about Suge Knight’s favorite haunts in LA.
Wrecktangles is on view until February 28th.
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni
Created by Suckadelic and up for auction at NYFA’s Flood the Art Market: Artists Helping Artists Affected by Hurricane Sandy on January 28th.
A cast marble statue of Ai Weiwei on oak base by Elliott Arkin.
AJ Fosik is killin’ it as usual. This show runs until December 8th at Guerrero Gallery in SF.
Idiots. That is the name Dutch duo Afke Golsteijn and Floris Bakker go by.
Revok’s new show up at the Library Street Collective features installation and sculptural pieces made out of scavenged materials from the streets of Detroit. A+.
We recently made the best of an opportunity to test drive the new 2013 Ford Explorer Sport, and took the midsize SUV upstate to Storm King for the afternoon. Ford has a rich history of Arts funding, so we thought it a nice tie-in. We made it to the magnificent sculpture park and back safely and in style, bumping selections from our Sound Advice series on the way. Add in all of this with the bonus of not getting a single speeding ticket during the trip, and it made for a great day.
Adel Abdessemed’s 16-foot tall bronze sculpture “Coup de tête” is now on view in front of the Centre Pompidou in Paris.