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I THOUGHT THAT ONLY HAPPENED ON SPONGEBOB
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A sugary adrenaline shot pitched at excitable tweens who demand their spectacle big, loud, fast and with ample merchandising options.
Hello friends! I now have a redbubble shop!! I will be making you some sparkly stickers soon, but for now I’ve made replicas of discontinued and rare Half-Life shirt designs!! All of the profits go into helping me afford a monthly public transport pass.
It’s finally here :o)Window Seat - Jennilee Marigomen
Published by New DocumentsEdition of 500Hardcover / 22.8cm x 29.7cm / 64 pages / $35Special edition of 25 with 8” x 11” print / $125Printed in KoreaWindow Seat is a sequence of simple and beautiful gestures that both acknowledges the metaphor of photography-as-window and consciously resists reading the world metaphorically. Rather, Jennilee Marigomen’s photographs show the benefit of careful attention to the overlooked and often ephemeral beauty in our everyday surroundings.
The succession of objects and scenes slowly reveal the project’s context: one comes to recognize the seaside town’s whitewashed walls, sunseekers, blue sea, and bluer swimming pools. Yet even as street signs and warm light hint at a geographical referent for the work, the images in Window Seat continually veer away from a unified narrative, documenting neither a place nor a journey, in service of the beautiful particular. Within the project, the world’s pieces are celebrated through fragmentary, isolated, and quietly beautiful frames untasked with telling a larger, linear story. Rather, the sequence of images suggests that the world is made up of neglected sites imbedded within, and constitutive of, the everyday, which the keen sensibilities of a talented photographer can animate, arrange, and make deeply compelling for the viewer. - Nich McElroyEditor: Jeff Khonsary
Text by: Nich McElroy / Copyeditor: Jaclyn Arndt
Proofs: Jason Fulford
Design: The FutureSupport provided by the BC Arts Council and the City of Vancouver. New Documents operates in collaboration with the Projectile Publishing Society.
Vancouver Book Launch and Exhibition
Friday September 26, 2014
257 East 7th Avenue
7-10pmAlso available at:Filip / New Documents TablePrinted Matter’s New York Art Book FairSeptember 25-28, 2014MoMA PS122-25 JacksonLong Island City, NY
Paul Louise-Julie is a French-American painter and sculptor working exclusively in paper, cardboard and acrylic. Using both traditional and modern techniques, he gives his pieces a gestural and naturalistic effect. Paul places pieces of cardboard and paper in the same geometric harmony characteristic of West African sculpture as well as its hieratic scale. Also, he is strongly influences by European masters such as Klimt, Monet, Rodin, and Eric Joisel. The artist is best known for his 3D paintings. He produces these by placing pieces of paper sculpture onto a canvas, and then adds color and lighting with acrylic paint, thus creating a sense of depth that seamlessly bridges painted illusion with dimensional reality via
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Mel Chin, Rafetus Euphraticus, 2005, steel, tulle, silk, fine Parisian lace, 33 x 23 x 9 inches, image posted with permission of the artist.
Luxury lingerie decorated with Iraqi and French arabesque patterns representing the superficial attempts to protect endangered species.