SEPTEMBER 4 – OCTOBER 4, 2008
Got a nice email surprise from Paul Schiek last night.
Opening tonight at Stephen Wirtz Gallery in San Francisco is the thing about you is you will end up like me. The show sounds pretty impressive as ” the gallery has been rendered entirely white—floor, ceiling, and walls—resulting in an environment that feels unbound and separate from time and the physical world outside, even as it presents a stark distillation of the artist’s relationship with that physical world. A small selection of black-and-white photographs hang from the walls, and stacks of newly released, self-published photography books by the artist emerge organically from the gallery floor.”
Somebody take pictures for me.
Judith Supine, photographed by Jake Dobkin
photo by toaminorplace
Banksy has been getting busy in the Big Easy (Say that fast 10 times). Jonnodotcom has a great flickr set of them all.
I am working on a new project for the site and am in need of a NY-based photographer (or person who likes to take pictures). It really won’t pay at all, but should be a lot of fun and maybe down the road I can pay you. One requirement: You need to be very personable.
For more info, contact me here.
SleeveFace apparently just got a book deal. I had never heard of it before. More proof that the internets are gigantic.
As most of the modern world knows by now, the Democratic National Convention is in Denver this week. Unveiled Sunday at the Manifest Hope show at Andeneken Gallery was Shepard Fairey’s latest work involving Presidential Candidate (& muse/source of revenue for many artists/designers) Barack Obama.
A great looking piece.