April 25, 2011

Molly Dilworth’s Courtyard Painting

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Faesthetic #13 contributor Molly Dilworth, has an upcoming show. You should check it out if you can…

“The subject of Molly Dilworth’s current project draws from the inspirations of the historic African American Cemetery located in New York City.

Originally adjacent to City Hall, this cemetery was later relocated to the dilapidated Delancey mansion on the Lower East Side. While the history of this site has been built over and the citizens erased from the collective imagination of the city, Dilworth’s installation will once again mark this historic site that is an important overlooked part of American history. The design created for this site-specific public installation is based on various quilt patterns, which were used in the Underground Railroad.

The installation will be on view this spring at the “Old School” courtyard, 233 Mott Street, May 7 12:00pm – 4:00am, May 8 12:00pm – 8:00pm and by appointment.

A selection of research paintings for Lodge 441 will be available for a limited time, please contact the gallery for inquiries. To view additional images visit the Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mollydilworth/sets/72157626369367923/

Shu Okada

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A Japanese illustrator living in New York.

Agata Dudek

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super talented editorial illustrator

Magda Boreysza

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full of whimsy


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April 20, 2011

Jason Polan @ The Curiosity Shoppe

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& Things

An exhibition by Jason Polan.

Opening Friday, April 22, 2011 from 6 to 9pm.

The show will feature drawings, paintings, books, sculptures, and more.

The Curiosity Shoppe
855 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110


The 3D Art Book. BUY IT NOW

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HOLY SHIT! Tristan Eaton‘s new book is amazing! The 3D Art Book is an absolute MUST BUY for any art book collection. Full of some of contemporary art’s biggest names (no idea how I got included in the roster, that’s for sure) it’s bound to please every sensibility you can throw at it.

You may have to take some aspirin to get through some of the pages (the 3D effect is really really well executed at times) it’s seriously a wild ride.


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