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Nerds House 2/26/09

Logan Hicks
consumeddigested Logan Hicks 2007

  • Pricess Hijab is the new new in street art. (via Good)
  • “I am OK with misconceptions if they are some, I don’t have to justify myself, people who are going to meet me will love me to death” Fafi talks about her upcoming comic book and her take on the gallery scene. (via ilovegraffiti)
  • After a disappointing auction of street art the market is bracing for another hit when the grimey stuff climbs the podium again at Dreweatts (via Arrested Motion)
  • Boston street artist Alphabet Soup discusses his opinions regarding Shepard Fairey’s recent ICA show and what it means for street art in general. Also a great read at myartspace about the team representing Fairey in his fair use case. (via Bombin)
  • Paul Schmelzer ask’s Where’s all the Right Wing street art? (via Art21)
  • Artist Takeshi Murata is upset that popstar Kanye West hijacked his method of video compression to create his most recent music video without giving him any credit. Apparently West saw an exhibition of Murata’s work at Deitch and flipped over it and rushed his video out. (via street carnage)
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    Hi Karate 2/19/09

    Jose Parla
    Jose Parla 2006

  • Justin Giarla from San Francisco gallery Shooting Gallery has produced a new film documenting the pop surrealist movement that has stormed the ivory gates of the art establishment. Though the name is kinda meh, New Brow looks like a pretty solid survey of whats going down in that scene.
  • Subvertisingis a growing movement of Artists that are taking back the public space from the media corporations that dominate the visual experience of cities,
  • This is what it looks like to be above it all and only surround yourself with luxury. Scenes from YSL’s art collection. (via NYT)
  • Kanye gets into the pit to do some Datamoshing (via PSFK)
  • For The Love Of Gold, Spanish artist Eugenio Merino comments on the final step for Damien Hirst to increase his arts value. Also a great interview with him from FAD (via Guardian UK)
  • In the ongoing war against the terror of an Instamatic, NYC police are racking up the court cases because of their policy of harassing anybody with a camera in the subway system. (via NYT)
  • Joe Cuba, RIP :
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