Our selection of a bunch of openings to check out this weekend in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago (above).
That doesn’t sound very American.
A Tribe Called Quest, Check The Rhime, 1991
This new print is for a good cause and will be available here in a little bit over an hour at 3pm est. More info after the jump
The intro to Married With Children just isn’t the same without Frank Sinatra.
If you can maintain through the host’s screen presence, and you love hip-hop and break beats, then this a great series for you to watch.
Also check out The Breaks, everything you need to know about break beats.
We missed this one for Valentines day, a hot pink Glock. What more can you ask for. I guess you would have to come up with a pair of shoes to go with it. Via here for more pink things.
I don’t know about you, but every time that I’m faded my beer magically turns into a milkshake.
If you’re in LA…or when you’re there for the Michael Jackson Auction, stop by.
Iconoclast Editions Pop-Up Shop | 451 N. Fairfax | Los Angeles, CA | 90036
Iconoclast Editions announces the opening of its Los Angeles pop-up shop, open through April 11. The site-specific installation features new prints and editions as well as rare and signed pieces including artist books, sculpture, and other multiples.
The Iconoclast Editions pop-up shop features work by David Ellis, Jimmy Baker, Harmony Korine, Neil Farber, Jacob Dyrenforth, Ohad Meromi, Charley Harper, Lisi Raskin, Ryan McGinness, Larry Clark, KAWS, Barry McGee, Ryan McGinley, Chris Johanson, Raymond Pettibon, Shepard Fairey, Todd Cole, Mark Gonzales, Evan Hecox, Jo Jackson, Todd James, Takashi Homma, Os Gemeos, James Jarvis, Andy Jenkins, Spike Jonze, Ari Marcopoulos, Geoff McFetridge, Steve Powers, Mike Mills, Thomas Campbell, Terry Richardson, Mark Borthwick, Craig Stecyk, Ed Templeton, Henry Chalfant, Tobin Yelland, Clare Rojas, Antonio Adams, Cynthia Connolly, PAM, Andrew Pommier, KR, Cheryl Dunn and many more.
Long Live the Polaroid Kidd
We first caught a glimpse of this video at Wooster’s Christmas Party, but left it behind until now. INSIDE OUTSIDE is a two hour documentary about”Vandalism, Art, and Vandalism as Art” and it follows some of our favorites: Zevs, Swoon, KR, Ron English, Earsnot, Os Gemeos, Pigmeus, Adams and Itso.
Buy a copy here for only $14.99 and check the other trailer out after the jump.
Our friend Matt Clark has a new show titled Remnants opening up tonight at the Bodega Art Space. Stop by and say what’s up.
This is a new Yeah Yeah Yeah’s track “Zero”. I am liking it, I hope it’s on the soundtrack for Bret Easton Ellis’ new movie The Informers. I could not think of a better movie to associate it with.
The Roots, The Next Movement, 1999
Opening tonight and running through March 28th is a show of new paintings by Lisa Yuskavage at David Zwirner in New York City.
“David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Lisa Yuskavage. This is the New York artist’s second solo show at the gallery. In October-November 2006, she had concurrent shows at David Zwirner and Zwirner & Wirth, which featured oil paintings, watercolors, and drawings, and was accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue.”