Friday, 24 February 2012

Peter Bright exhibitions #printmaking

Peter Bright (aka This Window) will be exhibiting at least three new prints at an exhibition called, ‘Offset‘. Offset is an exhibition of prints by North Devon Artists at West Buckland School which starts March 5th.

Below are a couple of recent exhibition contributions:

Here is an image that was exhibited at The Alabama Art Kitchen (An Art Collective) 2626 University Blvd. Tuscaloosa, AL 35401, USA, during February 2012.

The Church of England

Has Jesus cast out the money lenders from the temple or is he charging rent?

This is the print was exhibited at Cheim & Read, 547 W 25th Street, New York, USA. (January 2012)

"I was delighted to be included in this exhibition which also featured artworks by Jeff Koons, Yoko Ono, John Waters, Donald Baechler, Marilyn Minter, Ed Ruscha, Polly Apfelbaum, Adam Fuss  and Kiki Smith."

Friday, 10 February 2012

Charleena - 'STOP THIS WORLD'

Found by chance and was drawn into it - really like this!


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Bauhaus - I dare you (to be poor)

The footage on this video reminds me of when I was in their support band (1979) and the day we were asked to play Berlin with them but  couldn't....  we had no passports - we were poor back in the day - we still are.

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Colin Hankey - N O I S E !

I yearn for the those days of cassettes and experimentation to come back, the time when artists mailed (the type that required an envelope and a postage stamp) their noise all over the world. This golden nugget reminds me of that simple pleasure.

Genres: Electronica/ Dance / Noise / primalprobably

... around 60 years old a fan of SPK , Ramleh etc fell in with the porkweasel crowd during the 1980s and the Black Dwarf thing and has hung around like a bad smell since bringing festering noises and scraping sounds to the table

Thursday, 9 February 2012

French Goth is good - Akentra

I've had a shit day...but this makes me feel better!


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Sunday, 5 February 2012

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Thursday, 2 February 2012

140 creative ways to Twitter your valentine

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This Belongs to Us - Curated by Richard Haines

Every month, Visual AIDS invites guest curators, drawn from both the arts and AIDS communities, to select several works from the Frank Moore Archive Project. This month, Richard Haines curates the artwork of Archive Members; David B. Abbott, Marcelo Alves, Bern Boyle, Rene Capone, Joe De Hoyos, Jimmy DeSana, Bryan Hoffman, Jerry Hooten, Samuel Lewis, Eric Molnar, Daniel Roberts, Nelson Edwin Rodriguez, Joseph Stabilito, and George Towne.

From the Curator's Statement:
As I looked through the archive so many memories came rushing at me. Maybe this is why it's taken so long to curate this web gallery. It's incredibly painful to relive this amount of loss. This is my generation. I get the references, the styles. But now the work is everyone's generation, it belongs to all of us. That's part of the great beauty of art.  (read more)

About the Curator:
Richard Haines often refers to New York City as an endless runway; befitting of a man who moved to the big city to pursue illustration, became a successful fashion designer, and who has come full circle as one of today’s most sought after fashion illustrators. In fact, many look to Haines as the impetus of fashion illustration’s resurging popularity today.

Haines' illustrations regularly grace the pages of InStyle Magazine and his wildly popular website, What I Saw Today which feature his personal and professional works, has received accolades from respected critics at Paper Magazine, New York and, to name just a few.  It is not uncommon to see Haines seated front row at fashion week’s most desirable shows busily sketching images for magazines and blogs who hire him to record what no camera is capable of capturing. In July 2009, Haines received his first solo show at one of the Lower East Side’s most respected galleries, Envoy Enterprises.

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Wednesday, 1 February 2012


FAFNIRROCKSON is a solo artist from Germany . The guitarist has committed himself primarily to electronic music. His music cannot be fixed to a certain style. It has a very creative and unconventional interpretation of different styles.


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