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"
Crossing the Canadian border has proven to be one of Abigail Lynch's least favorite obligations, right up there with waiting in the checkout line at Meijer. But, she and her "equally degenerative looking compatriots" do so to bring us a report on print in Toronto.