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Robert Tannen’s World

Filed under: Art,Inspiration — Tags: , — Alex @ 5:04 pm

Check out the lush gardens surrounding the Esplanade Avenue home of the inimitable New Orleans-based artist and gracious host, Mr. Robert Tannen. His website here

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Filed under: Inspiration — Tags: , — Alex @ 12:59 pm

That’s right, we’ve headed to New Orleans for the week. Here’s some of what we’re seeing around the magical, mysterious, and incredibly  hopeful creative city.

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Rodney Graham wearing Freeway 15s

Filed under: Art,Friends,Inspiration — Tags: , — Alex @ 10:49 am

Rodney rocks; and when he rocks he rocks Freeway 15s. We’re big fans of both the work and the Renaissance man himself. Check out his show up through July 2nd at 303 Gallery in New York City, or the survey of close to 100 works up this summer in Basel, Switzerland at the Museum für Gegenwartskunst.

“Artist’s Model Posing for ‘The Old Bugler, Among Fallen, Battle of Beaune-la-Roland, 1870’ in the Studio of An Unknown Military Painter, Paris, 1885,” 2009

Painted aluminum light box with transmounted chromogenic transparency

71.5 x 97.5 x 7 inches

Freeway Eyewear in the Los Angeles Times online

Filed under: Press — Tags: , , — Alex @ 8:38 pm

Read the story by Adam Tschorn here

Captain Fantastic

Filed under: Art,Inspiration — Tags: , — Alex @ 10:50 pm

Don’t miss John Baldessari’s “Sediment,” the artist’s most recent body of work currently on view at Margo Leavin Gallery in West Hollywood. When played with properly, that funny little thing called semiotics will still catch fire. Who knows better how to make sparks fly than the master himself?  Up now through July 10th.

Sediment: Elton John’s Smile and Portion of Shirt ,  2010
Inkjet print and acrylic on canvas
70 x 54 inches
Image courtesy of the Artist and Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
Photography by Brain Forrest

Living for the City

Filed under: Art,Friends — Tags: , — Alex @ 3:29 pm

Our dear friend Steve Henry, director of New York’s Paula Cooper Gallery, wearing Freeway 10s and channeling Stevie.

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