Alex Kopps, Greatest Surf Movie
Check it out, now you can go putt- putt in Brooklyn, Bushwick Style.
“The Putting Lot explores the possibilities of vacant lots in the city with an emphasis on community spaces. Our aim is to inspire the imaginations of our visitors and provoke a conversation about neighborhood sustainability. We invite you to play the nine holes, each designed by a different team of artists or architects, enjoy local Brooklyn-based bites at the snack-shack, participate a variety of activities and events, or just stop by and hang out in the shade.”
Video after the jump.
Guru, Loungin’, 1993
Falling For Faile
Varied-Edition Print of 20
Acrylic and Silkscreen Ink
Lenox 100 Paper
25 x 38 Inches
Signed, Stamped and Numbered. 2009
As always, these prints are super fresh and ultra-limited. $2800 $2300 a piece and sure to keep your eyes happy. There are originals and bronze works as well.
It’s a nice night to be in Brooklyn…
The Journal Gallery is proud to present Brooklyn Queens, curated by Eddie Martinez. In Brooklyn Queens, Martinez, a Brooklyn-based painter, has assembled a collection of works by six artists whose work he has followed over the years, artists that provide inspiration in addition to being friends and neighbors. Ranging from the gloss-inspired portraiture of Katherine Bernhardt, to the abstractions of Tauba Auerbach and Gina Beavers, to the appropriation based work of Sam Moyer and Harriet Salmon, and the snapshot-style paintings of Jeanette Mundt, Brooklyn Queens is a mini survey of those working within Martinez’s circle.
The Journal Gallery
168 North 1st Street
For their Expatriate Issue, Stop Smiling magazine asked Geoff McFetridge “to offer his impressions on the differences between living in California and his native Calgary.” Everything is drawn and there are some great responses, above is the answer to “WHAT ONE IMAGE SUMS UP THE WEST COASTS OF CANADA AND CALIFORNIA?”
via, the scout
John Wayne Gacy: A dozen deep-fried shrimps, a bucket of original recipe chicken from KFC, French fries, and a pound of strawberries.
Colin O’Dowd’s Polaroid inspired mirror. It would be awesome if it somehow faded your image…..
Urban Outfitters has the black pointed low top from Generic Surplus, UO’s exclusive collaboration with Los Angeles label, Generic Man. They will set you back $70
Just saw this flyer for an upcoming show in SanFran. Don’t miss it, it looks like it could be good. For more info check out Double Punch.
Today I searched the term ‘relentless’