Photos by Kristy Leibowitz
According to Geoscientists, Mount Hekla in Iceland is ‘bulging.’ By monitoring the expanding surface via GPS, the scientists have determined that there is more magma under the crust than in 2000 when it last erupted and that it ‘could erupt soon’. Which means that if you have to go to Europe, get there fast and be ready to stay.
photo by Axel Kristinsson
Jacob Ovgren is one of the main artists behind Polar Skateboards in Europe. In his current show SEX (Sick Emotions X-ibit) at Beach London, he extends his graphic drawings onto paper and explores awkward moments of humanity in his own fun way.
J.Crew tapped Casey Neistat for a video involving their Ludlow Traveler Suit. The result of which has come in the form of Casey Neistat’s 17 Tips to Travel With Style, and as expected, he goes everywhere and does everything… in a suit.
Chocolate fried chicken and sides including “white-chocolate mashed potatoes and bacon biscuits”
Erik Brunetti & Jesse Edwards in a show presented by Vito Schnabel & PM Tenore at 43 Clarkson Street. Opening reception from 6-9pm.
Stephen Powers at The Strand
A short documentary by Riley Hooper about NYC street photographer Flo Fox, who amongst having other ailments was born blind in one eye. To this she says “it was perfect for photography, you never had to close an eye to take a photograph.”
Boston Mayor Throws Out First Punch At St. Patrick’s Day Parade
This group show featuring Peter Saul, Erik Parker and Jamian Juliano-Villani is on view at Marlborough Chelsea through March 22, 2014.
“It was on my first exploration that I realized I had, unwittingly, bought an illegal cocaine plantation.”
Sometimes saving the rainforest means saving the people too. Wildlife presenter Charlie Hamilton James bought a slice of land high up in the Andes in an effort to close off an illegal logging route, what he found was an impoverished community willing to do anything to survive.
Glenn O’Brien muses on The Mistress (France’s Secret Weapon)
A Dublin Sign Painting Film
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Evan Gruzis to share his favorite place to eat. Evan is a New York-based artist, who makes photorealistic ink paintings and awesome sculptures and has had solo exhibitions at SAKS in Geneva and The Hole in New York, among other galleries. Continue reading for his answer.
Nothing like some depressing humor to get you ready for the weekend.
By Maria Blasucci, Andrew DeYoung & Tony Lewellen
On view at Andrew Kreps Gallery through March 29th, 2014
“Scenes from “Seinfeld” (1989-1998) where nothing happens.”