Jonny Negron

Thanks to this newly published book through PictureBox, I’ve been introduced to the work of Jonny Negron. The best way to describe Negron’s art is if you took Robert Crumb, dropped him in on the border of Bushwick with a stack of King magazines, Japanese comics, and art supplies and told him to get to work. The results are colorfully addictive.

Pick up Negron on PictureBox’s website

Punk: An Aesthetic

For the most part, if you’re reading this website, you get it. So it is a no-brainer that you will appreciate this new title published through Rizzoli that’s edited by Johan Kugelberg and Jon Savage. Heavily illustrated and featuring rare artifacts from the origins of the punk movement, Punk: An Aesthetic is a necessary addition to that already top notch bookshelf of yours.

Available here

Dog Show

A series from way back in 2004 by Aurel Schmidt.

Enya Bakunova

Photographed by Jonathan Leder in Bearsville, NY.

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Installation View: Eric Yahnker – “Virgin Birth ‘N’ Turf”

I’m pretty sure this is the last weekend to see Eric Yahnker’s awesome show at The Hole.

Babes of Yore: Victoria Principal

Victoria Principal is an American actress best known for her work on Dallas.

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Installation View: D.F.W. (Down For Whatever)

CLASSIC presents this group show as part of Arts Le Havre 2012 – Contemporary Art Biennial.

Featuring: Ken Kagami, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Julien Couic, Barry McGee, Jesse Geller, Isaac T. Lin, Dan Murphy & Jacob Ciocci.

On view until October 26th 2012.

Arts Le Havre
Musée Maritime et Portuaire
Quai Roger Meunier – Hangar 1
76600 Le Havre

Couple Jam

Photographer Hal’s series of  photos of Tokyo club kids squished into bathtubs.

via, beautiful decay

Lindsay Roan

Photographed by Jonathan Leder in Bearsville, NY.

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Openings & Parties: Hearsay at Half Gallery

From the street to the sidewalk to the storefront, a corner of the Lower East Side was mobbed last night for the opening of Jay Miriam, Jeanette Hayes, and Jemima Kirke’s group show “Hearsay” at Half Gallery. Inside the gallery, the ladies presented new paintings that were strong enough to balance the beauty that surrounded them.

Photos by Christos Katsiaouni

A View From The Top: The Transamerica Pyramid

Anyone who has ever been to San Francisco has seen the Transamerica Pyramid. You can’t miss it. Unfortunately for the public, gaining access to the building the and the remarkable views it affords is near impossible. Recently though, Colin M. Day was able to get inside the building and make it all the way up to the top of the spire, which is a full 17 flights of stairs (approx 100′) above the 48th floor conference room where the trip up begins. Here are some photos from his experience which he likens to being “in a greenhouse high above the city.”

One-of-a-Kind Half Cabs

Steve Caballero put together this auction of custom Half Cabs to benefit ASkate, a non-profit organization that introduces autistic children to skateboarding. Artists include Caballero, Shepard Fairey, Chris Pastras, Andy Howell, Jimbo Phillips and many others.

See everything up for auction here.

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