Just when you thought you’ve seen it all, Pow, something like this comes out of the blue.
Eat Me Daily writes..
“Waterboarding” by Stephen J Shanabrook is “the peaceful song of a pair of choir boys turned into a silent scream.” In this piece, Shanabrook has figuratively chocolate-waterboarded choir boy Christmas statues”
On view at Daneyal Mahmood
If you’re down in Philadelphia tonight, stop by jinxed and say what’s up.
Featuring works by:
Friday, June 26, 2009
6:00pm – 10:00pm
620 South 4th Street
Food Party’s own Thu Tran presents a live cardboard prop-making demo and screens an episode of Food Party, followed by a performance of BAD BRILLIANCE’s Red Carpet to Nowhere.
the PIG presents
April 25 – August 9, 2009
4-40 44th Drive
Long Island City, NY 11101
212 343 7300
Ron English keychains available at kidrobot, a little fat Ronald in your pocket.
Mr. Toast Vampire by Dan Goodsell is available for $19.99 at My Plastic Heart
While this show at Gallery2 in Seoul, Korea has already closed, Donghyun Son’s work deserves a look.
“The show, titled KING, is filled with portrayals of Michael Jackson, done in portraiture. The artist says a turning point in Michael Jackson’s career was the year 1989, when Elizabeth Taylor called him the ‘king of pop, rock and soul’ at the award ceremony for Artist of the Decade. It was then Jackson became a king, coronated by a queen of the entertainment world; this is poignant, considering that in 1989 kings of social rank no longer existed.”
A couple favorites and more explanation after the jump
The new issue of Huge magazine
has hit the stands fully naked. The entire issue is dedicated to photographers who shoot nude.
Return To The Womb opens tomorrow night (friday the 26th) at V1 Gallery.
In the running for best Headline of the Year no doubt. The dek isn’t too shabby either.
“Australian wallabies are eating opium poppies and creating crop circles as they hop around “as high as a kite”, a government official has said.”
I could also see this headline sometime down the road
Stoners in Wallabees make crop circles
Read the article here
The latest installment of FFDG’s In-N-Out series opens tonight with Mi Ju, A Korean-Born artist currently residing in San Francisco. We like her work a lot.
opening reception Thurs. 6/25 (6-9pm)… Mi Ju will be present. Drinks served. Etc.
opening reception Thurs. 6/25 (6-9pm)
@Fecal Face Dot Gallery
On view: Wed – Fri (3-6pm) | Sat (12-6pm)
66 Gough St.
Farrah Fawcett dies at 62.
By Dan Lacey, the Painter of Pancakes (and by the look of his site, Obama naked with Unicorns)