Posts Tagged ‘Art’

Thoughts, fears, and fantasies and the day-to-day realities of Crumb family life. Kominsky and Crumb met in 1972. Together, they have created a joint portrait of their lives, from the underground days of the Bay Area in the 70s to life in the south of France, where they moved permanently in 1991.

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Out of the late 70’s early southern California punk rock scene came the art of Raymond Pettibon. An artjourney at began with creating posters and album art and landed in galleries, museums and the homes of major art collectors. Pettibon’s comic-like drawings are full of disturbing, ironic or ambiguous text that sometimes gets violent and anti-authoritarian.

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I visited the New Museum in the Lower East Side on December 27, 2016 to see the Pipilotti Rist show Pixel Forest and then to Time Square’s Midnight Moment program in January to see Open My Glade (Flatten).

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Ai Weiwei returned to New York late last year in four separate galleries—Mary Boone (midtown and Chelsea), Lisson (also in Chelsea), and Deitch Projects (Soho). His project that focused on the refugee crisis.

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Francis Picabia (1879–1953), one of the leaders of the Dada movement has his first exhibition in the United States that follows his entire career.On view till March 19,2017.

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Yoshimio, Ikue Mori and Okkyung Lee

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Kill Alters

Bonnie Baxter – vocals, drum machines, electronics
Hisham A. Bharoocha (Soft Circle, Boredoms, IIII) – drums, electronics
Nicos Kennedy – laptop, electronics

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Happy Holidays from Saint Vitus!

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Jenny Hval arrived to New York to release her new record, Blood Bitch at (le) Poisson Rouge on 9/30/2016.

With:
Håvard Volden
Zia Anger
Annie Bielski