Jack the Pelican Presents “CurlyQ”

The “CurlyQ” multimedia group show opens this Friday, November 20th, 7-9pm. Hosted by Jack the Pelican Presents: 487 Driggs Ave., Brooklyn, NY. Featuring work by: Lars Kremer Rob Fisher Mary Ting Mark Joshua Epstein Ian Brownlee Joseph Cavalieri Nola Romano Matt Hansel Charles Birnbaum George Jenne Yuanyuan Yang Elia Alba Ira Eduardovna

Who Shot Rock & Roll

Next week,  the Brooklyn Museum opens an exhibit solely devoted to rock ‘n’ roll photographers from 1955 through today. Who Shot Rock & Roll will feature an impressive collection for sure, featuring around 175 photos by 105 photographers: including everything from Andreas Gursky‘s nine-by-seven-foot tour-de-force of Madonna performing in 2001, to Don Hunstein‘s photo of… Continue reading Who Shot Rock & Roll

Greg Lauren’s “Alteration”

For his newest series, “Alteration,” artist/sculptor Greg Lauren has hand-sewn treated Japanese paper to simulate various materials (wool, cotton, gabardine), frayed edges, wrinkles and folds. Each of his paper garments represents a different male character or archetype, all personally relevant to Lauren (who happens to be the nephew of fashion legend Ralph Lauren), and painstakingly… Continue reading Greg Lauren’s “Alteration”

“Marcel Wanders: Daydreams”

This November, the Philadelphia Museum of Art welcomes visionary Dutch designer Marcel Wanders in a self-designed, self-curated exhibition called “Marcel Wanders: Daydreams.” This will be a dreamlike, multimedia installation of objects personally selected by Wanders to represent pivotal points in his 20+ year career. Video images, lighting, and sound will illuminate his creative development over… Continue reading “Marcel Wanders: Daydreams”

Pseudodocumentation by David DiMichele

“Pseudodocumentation,” Los Angeles-based photographer David DiMichele’s current exhibit at Randall Scott Gallery,  is a playful examination of scale and perception. DiMichele’s subjects find themselves in dramatic surroundings – encircled by towers of melting ice, daunting slashes of bark, shards of glass –  and while intimidating, these are also simultaneously beautiful settings. But these images aren’t achieved… Continue reading Pseudodocumentation by David DiMichele