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Camille Rose Garcia's Phantasmacabre
A platter of mahogany brownies sits on the table, cut in perfect squares, the aroma inviting. How simple to pick one up and enjoy that honeyed, unctuous chocolate. But as that sweetness lolls around your mouth, the slow kindling fire of ancho chile warms its way inward and there’s more bite to the bite!August 15, 2016
The Anthro'POLO'gist: Tom Gould and the History of Lo Life
If you’ve seen it, you haven’t forgotten it: Action Bronson hurtling across the desert on a Harley, high on acid, bare chest adorned with tats that shout anarchy beneath the open military jacket, his face contorted in agony and ecstasy. This psychedelic vision made “Easy Rider” one of the most memorable rap videos in recent history—a credit to the Queens demigod, of course—but also to the director responsible for the mind-bending LSD trip, Tom Gould.July 12, 2016
Yoko D’Holbachie is "The Alchemist"
Last Rites Gallery is pleased to announce The Alchemist, a solo exhibition of works by Yoko D’Holbachie, on view at 325 W 38th Street from June 9th - August 6th , 2016. D’holbcahie’s opening reception will be held on July 9thh, 6pm, at Last Rites Gallery. With this new collection of paintings, Yoko D’Holbachie aims her vivid imagination at her everyday life in Japan and turns her world into a manifesto of fantasy with achingly precise and surreal detail.July 07, 2016
Daniel Gibson: Desert Tales
Austin McManus: You grew up in the Imperial Valley in California, more specifically Plaster City and El Centro. That is essentially the desert, and less than a 30-minute drive to Mexico, right?Danny Gibson: Yeah, we moved from Plaster City to El Centro in 1988, which is 10 miles from the Mexicali, Mexico border. Plaster City wasn't a city though, it was a sheet rock factory called U.S Gypsum. My Dad worked at the plant for 30 years. We basically had free housing, and a huge desert where we rode three-wheelers and threw rocks at the train.June 20, 2016
Todd Blubaugh: Too Far Gone
It doesn’t get much more Americana than taking off on a motorcycle on the open road with only the vaguest idea of a destination, and even less of a notion of who and what you might encounter along the way. It’s today’s version of riding off into the sunset on your horse.June 16, 2016
The Old (And New) Standard: Reviving a piece of NASA history
In 2015, designers Jesse Reed and Hamish Smyth had a brilliant idea; as NASA imagery is public-domain, they created a Kickstarter campaign to publish the NASA Graphics Standards Manual as a hardcover book. Not only a totem of graphic design excellence, the book would also document a pivotal point in NASA’s history.June 14, 2016
Brett Amory "Internal Dialogue"
Corresponding with Brett Amory's critically acclaimed ‘Waiting’ series, the works in Internal Dialogue are concerned with everyday life, places, and people, yet this new body of work explores the time in which we live and how we make sense of the information that surrounds us.June 13, 2016