From his MEDITALLUCINATION show at V1 in Copenhagen.
Remember when you had to look through encyclopedias to see what places looked like?
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Peter Funch to share his favorite place to eat. Peter is a Danish artist based in New York who “combines perceptive social commentary with a cinematic visual language. His personal work often involves creating new scenarios, especially street scenes, from photographs he has taken on the sidewalk. While initially many of these look like real-time events or captured moments, they are in fact painstakingly constructed from numerous images taken at the same location over several days.” Continue reading for his answer.
Spring is here.
NEON presents a history lesson with great archival flicks.
The story of Slomo, a doctor who left his career behind to rollerblade along the boardwalk in Pacific Beach.
Tokyo Compression by Michael Wolf
Judith Supine on the Queensboro Bridge
The 25-Year-Old at the Helm of Lonely Planet by Charles Bethea
Last year, a media-shy billionaire bought the flailing Lonely Planet travel-guide empire, then shocked observers by hiring an unknown 24-year-old former wedding photographer to save it. Charles Bethea straps in for a bizarre ride as a kid mogul tries to remake a legendary brand for the digital age.
On view at 837 Washington Street through April 4th, 2014
The Puente Hills Thrust Fault runs from northern Orange County through downtown Los Angeles and ends up in Hollywood. A large quake on this fault “could kill from 3,000 to 18,000 people and cause up to $250 billion in damage.”
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Kyle Platts to share his favorite place to eat. Kyle is a London-based artist and illustrator, who has created some of our favorite art comics, including Megaskull and Festival Frenzy. Continue reading for his answer.
AMERICAN HANDMADE PAINTINGS
March 29, 2014 – May 3, 2014
Opening March 29, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Galerie Thaddeus Ropac
7 Rue Debelleyme