well emeryville to be exact, at the 28th Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition. there you can view the work of over 100 bay area artist including the drawing above, (Somewhere, 2014, Pencil on Illustration Board, 30 x 40 inches), by yours truly. Opening night is this friday, october 10th from 6-9 pm. see you there!
“Showtime said on Monday that its “Twin Peaks” revival will consist of nine episodes to be shown in 2016. These episodes will be written and produced by Mr. Lynch and Mr. Frost, and will be directed by Mr. Lynch. Mr. Frost said that discussions with the original “Twin Peaks” cast members would begin soon, adding that “we’re hopeful that as many people as possible would love to come back,” and that writing on the new episodes had already started.” #damngoodcoffee!
Query is a new board game where players earn points for identifying google’s top internet search predictions and for fooling others into choosing their carefully crafted answers. knowing the type of results that can be generated, i’m not sure how i would actually feel at winning this game… but i sure would like to find out!
watch an exclusive trailer for the new documentary about the life and work of artist David Hockney. The film, simply entitled Hockney, will allow viewers a peek into the artists personal archives and a look around his studio where the 77 year old artist still paints each and every day. it will also examine the painters formative years in the british pop-art scene, as well as his experience of being a gay man during the AIDS crisis.
Rafaël Rozendaal is a
multimedia artist who creates all kinds of interesting works. some of my favorites are his (sometimes) interactive, dedicated webpages like you see above. (if no yes, 2013. collection of Benjamine Palmer & Elizabeth Valleau). i guess i just like the idea of it’s accessibility and permanence… two things that are all too uncommon if not unheard of in art.
San Francisco Arts Quarterly issue 17 is out now and always free to read. be sure not to miss WHO’S AFRAID OF THE NEW ABSTRACTION? Alex Bacon in conversation with Jarrett Earnest which argues Jerry Saltz & Co. cynical and shallow stance of “everything looks the same because that’s what sells“, and is the best damn piece of art criticism i have read in years.