Carolina Raquel Antich, Corinne Day, Sarah Dobai, Jenny Watson
4 April - 12 May 2007
private view: Wednesday 4th April, 6-8pm
Gimpel Fils is pleased to present an exhibition exploring the tensions and transitions that occur as we move from child to adulthood. This exhibition brings together two painters and two photographers who depict the worlds of young girls and women in order to provoke different emotions and anxieties. Significantly, each artist has a different approach to their artistic practice: Antich uses the world of childhood imagination; Day’s imagery document’s the lives of her friends; Dobai’s delicately composed photographs are reminiscent of films where significant acts happen just out of shot; while Jenny Watson uses her own life and interests as a source for inspiration. What links these artists, are the ways in which their art create spaces for examining inter-personal relationships and tensions. These spaces are often uneasy and the works in this exhibition show uncanny moments: lives that are fraying at the edges.
Actually, it's Burbank on fire on the other side of the hill, but I thought this caption was best suited for this great photo. As devastating as fires might be, they're rather beautiful to look at. As of now, nobody is injured and I hope it stays that way. Whoever started this is so in trouble!
powerHouse Books, Boost Mobile, and Swindle are pleased to announce an international tour to celebrate the launch of Bombshell: The Life and Crimes of Claw Money
By Claw Money
Texts by Patti Astor, Martha Cooper, Roger Gastman, Sacha Jenkins, Maripol, Minya Quirk, DAZE, MISS 17, and WEST
A Miss Rosen Edition
Paris Monday, April 2, 2007
6:00�8:00 pm: Opening Reception and Book Signing at colette, 213 rue Saint-Honore
RSVP to email@example.com
Exhibition continues through April 28, 2007
New York City Thursday, April 12, 2007
7:00�9:00 pm: Book Signing. Music by Wowch
10:00 pm: After Party. Music by DJ Roxy Cottontail and DJ Free Simon
Party locations provided upon confirmation of your RSVP.
Drinks courtesy of Duvel Beer
We go to art shows, yes we do! And sometimes, friends snap our pix and make us feel like we're somebody special. You've got until this weekend to catch Ben Tour's "Secrets Travel" show up at Blk Mrkt Gallery. So get out and check out some fine art.
Please join us for this all day event co-organized by The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles, The Japan Foundation of Los Angeles and The American Cinematheque. With support from the Korean Consulate General in Los Angeles, Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles, Korea Culture and Contents Agency, Los Angeles and Wowmaxmedia.
It begins with:
11:00 AM - AACHI & SSIPAK, 2006, Studio 2.0, 90 min. Dir. Bum-Jin Joe. This fabulous new animated feature from Korea about a future city where human waste is the sole energy source sparked controversy for its vulgar and aggressive attitude (this film was R-rated in Korea and is recommended for mature audiences). Bizarre and original humor abounds, including the concept of an addictive laxative that produces acute hallucinations.
Current confirmed artists (in alphabetical order as of 3-2): Abe Aguilar, Alone, Aye Jay, B+, Jeben Berg, BISHOP203, Jason Brunson, Freddi C, Chachi, COPE2, DOWNTIMER, Jared Eberhardt, Emek, eThos, Casey Fay, Maria Gillespie, HAZE XXL, Mat Held, Homeroom, Jib Hunt, INDIE, Patrick Jilbert, Josh Kenyon, Ben Kwok, Mathew Landon, Tara Laura, Matt Loomis, Amanda Lopez, Murphy Martinez, Rob McBroom, Travis Millard, Elisa Millier, Mishka NYC, Miskeen Originals, Dan Monick, Garrett Morin, Munk One, Colby Nichols, PASTIME, Jesse Raker, Marco Rached, Jeremy Relph, Keren Richter, Alfred Rodriguez, Romanowski45, SAFARI, Isabel Samaras, Mike Shinoda, Keith Shore, Skinner, Siana Sonoquie, Josh Taylor, George Thompson, To DIe For, TopR, TRACY 168, Alex Turan, Barry Underhill, Porous Walker, Aarons Winters, Jamie Zeff, Z-Man
A Norman Yonomoto
Clip Joint, Revisited
Track 16 Gallery
Saturday, March 31, 2007 at 8pm
Track 16 Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave. C1
Santa Monica, CA 90404
On Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 8:00 P.M., Track 16 Gallery presents a screening of a new version of multi-media artist Norman Yonemotos first single channel work in nearly a decade, "A Norman Yonemoto Clip Joint, Revisited" (2007). Admission is free, and reservations are required as seating is limited.