The story of Girard's Detroit period (1937-53).
Presenting paintings of some of the artist's key models and muses, I Can't See You Without Me illuminates the work of Brooklyn painter Mickalene Thomas
"Brother Wayne" takes us on a total assault of culture, by any means necessary; including rock and roll, dope, f*cking in the streets, and redemption.
Featuring film stills and vintage photographs, posters, flyers and fashion, Night Fever takes the reader on a fascinating journey through a world of glamour, subculture and the search for the night that never ends.
Book Review | Lin’s interest in McKenna was partially driven by his interests regarding the interrogation of reality and, more germanely, his recovery and cessation in the use of drugs ~ by Dan B. Jones
With reproductions of more than 200 LPs from the mid-20th century to the present, Art & Vinyl traces the trajectory of how the record album has been considered by artists as material for a work of art.
Or, as Zippy the Pinhead once said, “Reality is a sandwich I didn’t order"