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One Size Fits All
Sunday, 25 Jan, 2009 – 3:52 | Comments Off on One Size Fits All
One Size Fits All

One Size Fits All is an ongoing roving art project that exhibits and sells t-shirts made by artists. Participating artists include: Agata Bebecka, Brent Harada, Adrian K (he’s that guy that does those pink trash bags with black polka dots), Jenny Salomon, Michael Paul Britto, Tony Ingrisano, Caitlin Masley, Nicole van Beek, CHANDI, Akiko Ichikawa, […]

Michael Brown “An Object is Just Material”
Saturday, 24 Jan, 2009 – 0:57 | Comments Off on Michael Brown “An Object is Just Material”
Michael Brown “An Object is Just Material”

Reinvention is vital to Michael Brown’s (b. 1982) work. Frequently, he uses everyday objects such as a six-pack of aluminum cans or lawn chairs. The artist’s latest body of work converts vinyl records into household items. Seemingly simple in nature, Brown’s works are the product of a philosophy that is the hallmark of his oeuvre, […]

“Banksy Vs Bristol” Exhibition
Friday, 23 Jan, 2009 – 1:25 | Comments Off on “Banksy Vs Bristol” Exhibition
“Banksy Vs Bristol” Exhibition

Details of where and when the latest Bansky exhibition would be have been were shrouded in mystery, typical of the notorious graffiti artist who has always kept his identity locked down. But Banksy has decided to forego the usual big cities, and return to his “reported” home in Bristol.
The show features over 100 exhibits, […]

Avedon Fashion 1944-2000
Thursday, 22 Jan, 2009 – 20:24 | Comments Off on Avedon Fashion 1944-2000
Avedon Fashion 1944-2000

Richard Avedon (1923–2004) revolutionized fashion photography starting in the post-World War II era and redefined the role of the fashion photographer. Anticipating many of the cultural cross-fertilizations that have occurred between high art, commercial art, fashion, advertising, and pop culture in the last twenty years, he created spirited, imaginative photographs that showed fashion and the […]

David Hockney “Drawing In A Printing Machine”
Wednesday, 21 Jan, 2009 – 3:44 | Comments Off on David Hockney “Drawing In A Printing Machine”
David Hockney “Drawing In A Printing Machine”

David Hockney is once again exploiting the possibilities of new technology in art.
The show comprises 28 limited edition prints that Hockney has drawn on his computer using Photoshop and Graphics Tablet. Hockney stated that it is only in the last year that computer software has advanced enough to keep up with the artist’s hand and […]

“Models as Muse Exhibition” at The Met
Tuesday, 20 Jan, 2009 – 0:25 | Comments Off on “Models as Muse Exhibition” at The Met
“Models as Muse Exhibition” at The Met

Exploring the reciprocal relationship between high fashion and evolving ideals of beauty, The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion focuses on iconic models of the twentieth century and their roles in projecting, and sometimes inspiring, the fashion of their respective eras. The exhibition, organized by historical period from 1947 to 1997, will feature haute couture and […]