A nice video from Spencer Keeton Cunningham
Releasing later this month through Mark Batty Publisher, Bay Area Graffiti ’80s to ’90s: Early Bombing by SFaustina and Jocelyn Superstar is a necessary addition to your library. 208 pages of bombing history with the exception of a few.
Gonna go ahead and nominate this for any ‘Wall of the Year’ and/or ‘Weird’ award that’s gonna happen this year.
Bring Beef Lose Teef
Pose, Richard Colman, Persue, Steel, Lango, Rime, Ewok, Tyke Witnes, Vizie, Augor, Reyes, Jurne, KC, and Christian Turner
April 7 – May 14, 2011
535 West 22nd Street, 6th Fl.
New York, NY 10011
Dadarhea at Canada
February 25th – March 20th, 2011
55 Chrystie St (between Hester & Canal), NYC NY 10002
We’ve been following the work of INSA for years now. The UK-based artist has gone stylishly from graff and galleries, to heels and museums. INSA opened a show at Fifty24SF in San Francisco last week, we caught a couple moments of his time.
Mouth and Foot Painting
January 8th – February 19th, 2011
Gavin Brown’s Enterprise
620 greenwich street
new york, new york 10014
Wish I was in San Francisco tonight for this show, Steel is bringing out the big buns. New work as well as collab pieces with Pose, Amanda Lynn, Reyes, Richard Colman, Luke Stewart, Lango, and Dylan Maddux.
More info and rsvp here
Dave Schubert opens a new show at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco this Saturday. We sat down for a few questions.
Opening this Saturday at Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco. I am sad I won’t be able to see this in person, as it looks amazing. See for yourself in the set-up above.
After hearing about the Red Velvet Fried Chicken at American Cupcake out in San Francisco, we had to know how it was. We sent the intrepid fried chicken lover, and artist’s artist Richard Colman along with his lovely girlfriend Monique to find out how good it was. The result?
“I’d say it was about a C. No real flavor to the chicken. That’s just it. They thought the red velvet would be enough (that part is very tasty) but no herbs and spices.”
There you have it, straight from the artists mouth.
Opening tonight is an outstanding show by Stanley Donwood at Fifty24SF. Earlier this week we had a chance to talk with Donwood, and his collaborator John Mathias about the show, and life in general. We’ll have the results of that for you next week, so for now, get to the opening tonight!
Transformative Illuminations is on view through September 10th
Go say what’s up to Austin.
Opening tonight, The Flop Box and Free Gold Watch present FOURTEEN. Featuring new work from Hannah Stouffer (above), Dustin Aksland, Robert Garcia III, Owen Takabayashi, Brandon Chuesy, Andrew McClintock, Eric Kneeland, Dylan Maddux, Shelby Ulibarri, Jesse Geller, Nathan Smith, Josh Blank, Pez, and Ken Davis.
Jeremy Fish, Revenge of the Road Bear, 2010
There are some nice openings this weekend. We’ll definitely be at the Summer Group Exhibition opening at Joshua Liner Gallery in Chelsea this Saturday.
Jason Jaworski will be typing up the news and stories for strangers in his underwear on a typewriter tonight
No clue what time though.
An evening in SF by Alix McAlpine: pre-bbq shopping spree at Costco, art farts at Park Life + Fifty24SF (it was kind of half porous walker’s remnants, half jay howell + some projections + some other weird random stuff) + drinks at Molotov’s with the bay area’s coolest bar dog.