Friday, May 6, 2011

"Item" by Tom Burckhardt

Showing at the Pierogi Gallery 177 N. 9th St. Brooklyn
Tom Burckhardt at Pierogi

Puuc Chac TKO
Louder Milk
8 April – 8 May, 2011
Gallery 1 + 2
Opening reception
Friday, 8 April, 7-9pm

"Cave of Forgotten Dreams" Werner Herzog

Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Visit the IFC center for viewing of Herzog's latest documentary on the Chauvet Cave at the Pont d'Arc in France. The film is shown in 3-D, so prepare yourself for cave exploration and watch out for the primordial bears!

Sunday, May 1, 2011

"Bed In" John Lennon and Yoko Ono

Welcome to May 1st

"Crematorium" Katie Demoss

 Photo taken at "The Science of Peace: a collection of our perceptions"
Today is your last chance to see "a collaborative project birthed from the desire to create new imagery and understanding around what peace is, what it isn’t, and what it could be from a subjective point of reference by creating an environment open to experimenting with the ideal."

Saturday, April 16, 2011

What one million dollars can buy you in art

A RenĂ© Magritte painting title “La recherche de l’absolu” was sold for £657,250 ($1,055,544) by Christie’s at the “The Art of the Surreal Evening Sale” auction on February, 9 2011. Among the great surrealist works that were auctioned, RenĂ© Magritte’s other painting “L’aimant” sold for the most, an amazing £4,745,250 including buyer’s premium.

 Andy Warhol piece went for over one million dollars yesterday in London at Christie’s “Post-War & Contemporary Art Evening Sale”
“Mao” – £657,250 ($1,140,986)

Roy Lichtenstein’s work “Ohhh…Alright…” sells for a record $42,642,500 at Christie’s Post-war and Contemporary Evening Sale on Nov 10, 2010.
Ohhh...Alright... by Roy Lichtenstein

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Friday, April 15, 2011

Studio Visit with Ted Gahl

From, Ted Gahl was asked: 
I just gave you $1,000,000. Quick, what do you do with it?
1. $700,000 on McMansion where my posse and I can lay our heads at.
2. $200,000 on purple Lamborghini with "Big Teddy" embroidered into headrests.
3. $100,000 on battery-powered, voice-command diamond necklace that spins around when shouted at.

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"L.H.O.O.Q." 1919 Marcel Duchamp