Blog Post Archive (January 2010)

  1. STREAM Feature – Nina Hartmann

    Nina Hartmann lives and works in Chicago, IL. Nina’s bio

  2. STREAM Feature – Marlon Rabenreither

    Marlon Rabenreither lives and works in London, The UK. Marlon’s biography

  3. Before Things Change-new photo book by Seth Fluker

    “Before Things Change” is a small insight into Seth Fluker’s undesirable occupation at Whole Foods Market Soho. Each image slowly evolved and quickly disappeared within his workspace while washing grimy kitchen utensils and haphazardly disposing customer waste. Through the sequencing

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  4. Saskia Diez Jewellery

  5. Slavs and Tatars

    We came across this great show during our Los Angeles Visit. It’s outside of Ooga Booga, running until February 7th. Slavs and Tatars are a collective devoted to an area east of the former Berlin Wall and west of the

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  6. Happy Accident+Red Bull 381 Projects

    Organized by Nicholas Brown and Niall McClelland For its first exhibition of 2010, Red Bull 381 Projects continues to provide a platform to emerging artists, this time by inviting them to make their own curatorial selections. HAPPY ACCIDENTS is organized

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  7. Kenneth Cappello at Surface To Air Paris

  8. Lay Flat 02: Meta

    Lay Flat 02: Meta 104 pages, perfect bound 7.75 x 10 in. / 19.7 x 25.4 cm. ISSN 1948-2876 ISBN 978-0-9842973-1-3 Edition of 2,000 $30 + S&H | Pre-order by January 31st @ 10pm EST to secure a copy. Shipping

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  9. Band of Outsiders S/S 10

  10. Memorandoms by James Nizam

    James Nizam was a part of last week’s STREAM show, and is one of my favorite Vancouver based artists. Be sure not to miss his long-awaited show at Gallery Jones. February 4 – 27, 2010 Opening Reception: Thursday February 4th,

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  11. A friend sent this link…. it’s pretty close to art and very close to FUNNY!

    Homeless Quatchi….. “While shooting this set, I asked Miga if she was aware how this sort of display might harm her warm and fuzzy 2010 Olympic Mascot image. Her answer, “You can’t be that naive”. Thanks The Blackbird and your

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  12. Rolf-Gunter Dienst

    Rolf-Gunter Dienst:German painter, born 1942.