ZINES OF THE WORLD
JULY 23, 2015
OPENING NIGHT 6.30-9pm
OPEN FRIDAY 4-8pm / SATURDAY & SUNDAY 12-8pm
WE HAVE ZINES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD - COME ONE COME ALL!
ZINE MAKING DAY ON SUNDAY! CELEBRATION OF ZINE MONTH 2015
TELL YA FRIENDS
DOOMED GALLERY, LONDON!!
WITH ADAM VOID'S ZINE : "VISIONS OF GHOSTS"
Where do ideas and inspiration come from? Push Gallery's first show of the year, Brainstorm, opens this Friday, May 8th and explores this question through the artwork of over a dozen creatives from a range of mediums.
Featured artists include Bigfoot, Adam Void, Gus Cutty, and Nathanael Roney.
The group exhibit will also serve as a launch party for a new local skateboard company by the same name founded by long time PUSH employee, Eric Hunt.
Several of the featured artists' works make up the company's first round of board graphics and T-shirts which will be available at the opening. T-shirts will be screen printed live on site by Green Light Ink.
Brainstorm: Group exhibition and local skateboard company launch. Reception at PUSH Gallery Friday, May 8 from 7-10pm. Show will run from May 8 until June 16.
Spring 2015 * Multiple International Sticker Exhibitions * Dublin, Bulgaria, Romania, New Zealand, Italy
This Spring, Adam Void will be participating in several International Sticker Exhibitions.
Stick Around 2 - Bucharest, Romania - May
In Wall We Trust - Airola, Italy - June
Mixed Up - Burgas, Bulgaria - June
All Stuck Up - Dublin, Ireland - July
and earlier this year,
Stick Em Up - Christchurch, New Zealand - March
Velveteen and the Videobombers are at it again. This time, they are bringing the best of experimental video to Norman, Oklahoma's Dope Chapel. The harsh noise act, Shishio will perform over one cycle of videos, while multiple other screens will show a second video from selected artists. The group, Street Sects (Austin, TX) will also be making sounds at this show. If you are in the area, come check out some controlled insanity, and see a tester reel of Adam Void's moniker video as well as an exclusive screening of Karim Tabbaa & Adam Void's Dayspot Heroes.
March 28th – March 29th * Publications & Multiples Fair VI * Baltimore Design School * Baltimore, MD
He will have copies of Adam Void & Sarz TKG's Break Glass zine, Chelsea Ragan's second edition of Hands Up Don't Shoot, and many more revolutionary texts.
Click on the titles to read the full ***
By RJ Rushmore
The Writing on the Wall
Graffiti expands its voice and reach at CW Post
Author: Drew Moss
... The culturally conscious works of Adam VOID and EKG speak directly to the unrest that pervades our city, our country, our world. Both artists dig in with a sense of anger, irreverence and disillusionment, and both evoke the pre-hip hop literacy of Jean-Michel Basquiat and in some sense, the sardonic toughness of rappers Nas and Mos Def. VOID’s depiction of New York City entitled “New York is Nothing” turns The New York Times in on itself and reads like a subway map to disenchantment. At the end of the line he warns us to “Abandon Ship!” because this apple, in his view, is rotting.
Adam VOID, “History of the World.”
EKG’s “Voice of Dissent” also recalls Basquiat’s fractured, postmodernist, Post-It sensibility, hacking out notes of desperation and angst. His scratch-off scrawl on murals depicts a world of minimalist sci-fi that gives life to the blips and squeaks of a short-circuited collective consciousness. When he writes across his mural, “heartbeat of the city, pulse of the populace, voice of dissent,” we see that voice manifest in deep-red chicken scratch. It is urgent, brimming with dark humor and threatens to overflow into violence. It all somehow reeks of legitimacy. The casual consensus is that graffiti is unsophisticated vandalism—an outgrowth of misguided anger and boredom. In pulling these divergent artists together on various fronts, Seslow’s curation brings graffiti, and the artists who create it, out of the shadows and into the light. “I love to bring awareness to each person’s creative potential,” said Seslow. “Self-expression is our birthright. We all have it, and I believe it’s part of our life’s mission to find it and engage it.” -
Curator and artist Ryan Seslow has pulled off an overview of art on the streets and the practices employed, minus the drama. So much discussion of graffiti, Street Art, and public art practice can concentrate on lore and turf war, intersections with illegality, the nature of the “scene”, shades of xenophobia and class structures; all crucial for one’s understanding from a sociological/anthropological perspective.
“Concrete to Data”, opening this week at the Steinberg Museum of Art on Long Island, gives more of the spotlight to the historical methods and media that are used to disseminate a message, attempting to forecast about future ways of communicating that may effectively bridge the gap between the physical and the virtual.
Seslow has assembled an impressive cross section of artists, practitioners, photographers, academics, theorists, and street culture observers over a five-decade span. Rather than overreaching to exhaustion, it can give a representative overview of how each are adding to this conversation, quickly presenting this genre’s complexity by primarily discussing its methods alone.
Here is a sneak peek of the the concrete (now transmitted digitally); a few of the pieces for the group exhibition that have gone up in the last week in the museum as the show is being installed.
John Fekner. Detail of his stencils in place and ready to be sprayed on. Concrete To Data. Steinberg Museum of Art. LIU (photo © Jaime Rojo)
Henry Chalfant. Detail. Concrete To Data. Steinberg Museum of Art. LIU (photo © Jaime Rojo)
If you are in the SF area, come out to Book and Job Gallery this weekend to see Let's Get Xeroxing from Michael Jang & The Photocopy Club. It features two 18" x 24" xerox prints of Adam's Fuji Instax 210 Instant Photography, as well as copies of the In Case Of... mini-zine from Sarz TKG & Adam Void.
We are proud to support Visual Aids for the Fifth year in a row. Come down and find a new styrofoam block print from Adam Void, along with work from many great artists.
Known within the art world as the most exciting and affordable way to add to a collection, Postcards From the Edge offers a unique opportunity for buyers to acquire original, postcard-sized artwork for less than a round of cocktails. Each artist only signs the back of the work, and their name is revealed after purchased. With the playing field leveled, all participants can take home a piece by an internationally famous artist, or someone new to the art scene. Either way everyone adds a new treasure to their collection, while feeling good about supporting an important cause.
• Saturday January 31, 2015 from 10am - 6pm
• Sunday February 1, 2015 from 12pm to 4pm
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