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The Art of Nick Walker
Saturday, February 2, 2008
8 pm - 12 am
at the Carmichael Gallery
You MUST RSVP via the below emial to make sure you are on the guest list!
nwrsvp [at] carmichaelgallery [dot] com
Due to demand and limited capacity there will be strict enforcement of the guest list for this opening!
Show runs through February 24, 2008
Gee Vaucher and Penny Rimbaud, collective members of CRASS and early stencil pioneers, will be in San Francisco this weekend. Their logo may be one of the most famous stencils from the 1970s punk scenes. Gee also recently told me that CRASS also altered billboards with stencils during the same period.
A Dream Remembered, An Endless Pause: The Solo Show of J. Coleman
and Art Whino's Collaboration Featuring 20 New Artists
6p.m. to 12 p.m.
717 N. Saint Asaph St.
Alexandria, VA 22314.
The show runs from January18th, 2008 to February 8th, 2008.
Stencil pics from Brussels, Belgium, other places in Belgium, and abroad.
FORE is a collection of 14 years worth of image/ word associations--original stencil illustrations coupled with four-letter words. The pairings range from the pedantic and apparent to the obtusely personal--nodding to pop culture, politics and adolescent vulgarity. Collectively, these illustrations and text form FORE--an invitation to vandalism and creativity masquerading as a 26-word homage to 21st century youth that moonlights as a picture dictionary trying to make it as a handmade artist book.