Blog Post Archive (November 2011)

  1. Ground Score

    maiaruthlee.tumblr.com petersutherland.net

  2. Marco Velardi and Christopher Nying

    theavantgardediaries.com

  3. FLATTEN IMAGE

    FLATTEN IMAGE Opening Reception: Friday, November 18th, 7-10pm 13 Greenpoint Ave (past West Street) G to Greenpoint Avenue LUCAS BLALOCK JOSHUA CITARELLA AURELIEN ARBET & JEREMIE EGRY BRYAN KRUEGER ANNE LAI ALEX PERWEILER RIA ROBERTS KATE STECIW ZACHARY SUSSKIND JARROD

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  4. Oliver Payne: The Physical Impossibility Of Playing Bullet Hell Games In The Mind Of Someone Who Plays Angry Birds, 2011

    The new issue of Nero Magazine (Issue 27, Autumn 2011) features a new project by artist Oliver Payne.   Courtesy Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York and Herald St, London.

  5. Animals Painting

    A cat painting Elephant painting a self-portrait Elephant panting class A beagle painting watercolours Elephant painting Autumn Baby elephant learning how to paint from his parents A dolphin painting

  6. End Of An Era:Laser show ends Jan 28th

    Too bad. We went to the planetarium to check the schedule and found out the news…See it before its gone. It will blow your mind… Vancouver, BC, November 8, 2011 – “The time is gone; the song is over,” (Dark

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  7. Foam’s WHAT’S NEXT – The Future of Photography

    The Future of the Photography Museum by Lauren Cornell, Jefferson Hack, Erik Kessels, Alison Nordström This year Foam celebrates its tenth anniversary. For this reason Foam has created a project exploring the future of photography, entitled What’s Next?. This question

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  8. Alec Soth’s Treadmill Desk

    http://www.alecsoth.com

  9. Todd Jordan

    I could easily spend hours looking through our friend Todd Jordan’s new website & tumblr. Breathtaking. Todd Jordan, New York.

  10. NEW BLUE

    JSBJ is glad to inform you that we are participating at Off Print Paris We will present 3 New Blue zines : “Soleil noir” by Ari Marcopoulos,  “Élargissements” by Johan Rosenmunthe and “À propos de Gisèle” by Estelle Hanania See

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  11. Speaking in Tongues: Wallace Berman and Robert Heinecken, 1961-1976

    Los Angeles – –  Though the Pacific Standard Time blockbuster exhibitions at the major institutions are something to behold, “Speaking in Tongues,” the Wallace Berman and Robert Heinecken show at Armory Center for the Arts is a standout. The curation by Claudia Bohn-Spector and Sam

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  12. Olivier Kosta-Théfaine. Monde Sauvage

    Souvenirs des Indes – 2011 – concrete, brick, steel, plaster and showcase – 140 x 60 x 150 Olivier Kosta-Théfaine Monde Sauvage Gallery Jeanrochdard is happy to present Olivier Kosta-Théfaine’s first solo show in Paris. Born in 1972, he lives

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