Almost a year ago, we told you about Nate Frizzell‘s first solo show. This past Saturday his most recent solo show, Lost in the Thicket, opened at LeBasse Projects in Culver City, California. The show, replete with paintings full of masked characters intermingling with animals, was well received, as evidenced by nearly every piece being sold.
Savannah cats are a mixture of Serval and siamese cats. The one above’s name is Magic and she holds the Guinness world record for the tallest domesticated cat in the world (17.1 inches from shoulder to toe.)
Supply and Demand: 20 Year Retrospective
Oct 18, 2009 – Jan 31, 2010, Pittsburgh, PA
OPENING RECEPTION: OCT 17th, 2009
Artist Talk with Shepard Fairey, 6 PM – 7 PM
Opening Reception Party, 7 PM – 10 PM featuring DJ Z-TRIP
If you missed the 20 Retrospective at the Boston ICA, you can catch it at the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Shepard Fairey: Supply and Demand is organized by The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston and features over 20 years of the artist’s work, including illustrations, screen prints, collages, works of wood, metal, and canvas.
We are pleased to present our 22nd installment of Sound Advice featuring Faile. Faile is a Brooklyn-based Artist duo.
Sound Advice 22
01. The Cop by The Knife
02. Alphabet Pony by The Kills
03. UK by Burial
04. The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side by The Magnetic Fields
05. Come Sail Away by Styx
06. Been So Long by Vetiver
07. Beach in Hawaii by Ziggy Marley
08. Highway Patrolman by Bruce Springsteen
09. The Chauffeur by Duran Duran
10. Hang On by Dr. Dog
11. Rebellion (Lies) by The Arcade Fire
12. No Time for Time by Tommy Guerrero
13. The Turn by M.I.A.
14. Satta Massaganna by Josh Roseman
15. Here Comes Your Man by Pixies
16. The Long Shadow by Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros
17. Fine For Now by Grizzly Bear
18. Iron Lion Zion by Bob Marley
19. Little Dreamer by Van Halen
20. Drum Gets a Glimpse by Liars
21. Armigedon Time by The Clash
22. Kiss Kiss Kiss by Yoko Ono
23. Isolation by Joy Division
24. Golden Hen by Tenor Saw
In this feature, two of our favorite people, Neil Anblomi and Anita Goodman, ask each other important questions.
This week, Anita asks Neil:
“As I get older I have noticed that hair has started sprouting in strange places. Chin, nipples, feet – it’s like studios released a sequel to my puberty without my consent, and its getting two big thumbs down. In your opinion, do you think I should just let that shit flow? Embrace nature? Be a natural, mature, beautiful woman? Or should I turn into a plucking maniac that wastes hours upon hours hunting, tweezers in hand, for the slightest little sprout of a boob pube?”
15 years ago, who would have thought that you could be watching skate videos in Moma? Then did you ever think you’d be drinking Colt 45 watching a band (No Age) play next to a Rodin sculpture? I sure as hell didn’t. Good time to be had last night, topped off by this amazing Chris Johanson poster detailed above.
Opening this Saturday night, Joshua Liner Gallery will be holding two solo shows in tandem. Kenji Hirata‘s The Way Out is the Way In displays over 40 new paintings, blasting with color and forms. Ryan McLennan‘s The Strain of Inheritance features his unique, depressingly elegant paintings combining acrylic, graphite, and nature.
Saturday night. 6 to 9pm. Stop by and say what’s up, and see it in person.
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