Tag: art

24 Mar 2017

Joan Juliet Buck on ‘The Price of Illusion,’ #Instagram, #GIRLS, and Today’s #Counterculture

Author and icon Joan Juliet Buck comes from the world of cultural disruptors — from her childhood days spent in the company of filmmaker John Huston, for whom her father worked as a cameraman, to her tenure as the London correspondent of Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine, to editorials for Harper’s Bazaar on art photographer Taryn Simon, Patti Smith, and an essay about the contemporary […]

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03 Mar 2017

“Dang Is Invincible” New Video Features Studio Doulzia’s Experimental 2D Animation [Video]

Dang Is Invincible Open Mike Eagle & Paul White Hella Personal Film Festival Directed by Alex Pierre, founder of Studio Doulzia By John-Paul Shiver The anime bizarro/friendly acid trip journey, that is “Dang Is invincible”, is a narrative delivered with hallucinogenic ferocity by the never banal, Open Mike Eagle. The track, produced by Paul White, is […]

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20 Feb 2017

#WarholMoment: Andy Warhol Pops Up @RevolverGallery, #NYFW and Raf Simmons x Calvin Klein

Andy Warhol is having yet another moment. His works are featured this month in multiple formats on both coasts and across the digital advertising landscape. In Los Angeles, Revolver Gallery presents the critically acclaimed show Andy Warhol: Revisited. The free-with-reservation exhibition will premiere on February 11th, 2017, the 30th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s passing.   In New […]

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16 Feb 2017

“Explosion Meets Void” DOUGLAS TAUSIK RYDER @ Jason Vass Gallery

“Metamorphosis” DOUGLAS TAUSIK RYDER Jason Vass Gallery, 1452 E. 6th St., Los Angeles. Through Feb. 26; closed Sundays and Mondays. (213) 228-3334, www.jasonvass.com DOUGLAS TAUSIK RYDER’s process reconciles tradition with a digital landscape, revisiting and re-imagining the history of sculpture with tools specific to our time. Over the past few years, Tausik Ryder has taught himself […]

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01 Feb 2017

Tech x Pop Culture x Americana @Art Los Angeles Contemporary

Art Los Angeles Contemporary, the International Contemporary Art fair of the West Coast, was held January 26-29, 2017 at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, California. The fair presented top established and emerging galleries from around the world, with a strong focus on Los Angeles galleries. LA’s Puppies Puppies opened the ALAC  Preview on Thursday, January 26th with a […]

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14 Nov 2016

Amazon Japan Releases Special Manga-focused eReader

Japanese comics, called manga, are hugely popular. Although you probably knew that, you probably don’t know the extent of it. In 2015, Japan’s bestselling manga series, One Piece, sold more than 14 million copies. It helps that the format runs a hugely broad spectrum of topics; they’re not just action-packed comics aimed at children but […]

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26 Oct 2016

JESS ROTTER’S ‘I’M BORED’: Whimsical, Wonderfully Whacked-out Work

A wizard paddles on a lonely sea, his flag proclaiming “I’m trying.” An ostrich hitchhikes in the desert, holding up a sign with her destination—”Bliss.” A walrus in an AC/DC shirt looks calmly at the viewer beneath a permanent refrain of, “I’m bored.”… Part art book, part comic book compilation, and a skeptical but loving […]

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18 Oct 2016

‘Official Fake’: The Vetements Approach to Entering a New Market

Glossy.co by HILARY MILNES OCT 18, 2016 Vetements knows how to start a fashion frenzy. The fashion brand led by Demna Gvasalia, also the creative director of Balenciaga, sprung up seemingly out of nowhere in the past year with its street-inspired take on luxury fashion. Its pared-down designs and reimaginations on classic American brands (Champion, Hanes and […]

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