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The Fall 2016 Brixton Limited Collection and Photography Project
The Fall 2016 Brixton Limited collection features a special photography project with skateboarder’s Jason Lee and Raymond Molinar. Shot on Lee’s farm in Denton, Texas, with friends Ceren Lee and local Denton photographer Armand Kohandani, Jason and Raymond brought their eye for photography to the Fall lookbook. Shooting with multiple cameras and in various formats, their photos capture the timeless style of Brixton Limited.September 23, 2016
Jack Sachs: Artist’s Nightmare Leads to Dancing Sandwich
Jack Sachs is an animation wunderkind, and it all started with an injury to his moneymaker—the loss of a hand—an artist’s worst nightmare. But he got it back! And in the meantime, he became a lefty and learned CGI skills. The results are golden accomplishments, including arguably the world’s best dancing sandwich GIF, and 3D animation for the dark comedy puppet video series Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared.September 13, 2016
Ryan Bubnis and Ayumi Takahashi "The Space Between"
The Space Between alludes to the artist's journey and the evolution of his or her visual language symbolized by the space between two points. This exhibition at Stephanie Chefas Projects will find each artist continuing his and her exploration of spacial relationships with figures and objects and the relationship between the image and viewer.September 12, 2016
2501: What We See and What We Know
The work of Milan-based 2501 is complicated fare: abstract but tactile. His art and process serve as an investigative conduit between an individual who has absorbed a number of principles from classical art and the application of them in a contemporary fashion. The result confers an ability to achieve a better personal understanding of one’s place in the modern, post industrialist urban environment, as well as the universe.September 12, 2016
Piranesi's "Imaginary Prisons"
17th century Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi is best known for a highly unusual series of prints called Imaginary Prisons, utilizing his imagination and architectural sensibilities to create visions of imagined sinister jailrooms that inspired dark artists widely, including the likes of Guillermo del Toro, who is currently exhibiting some Piranesi originals from his private collection at his exhibition at LACMA.August 31, 2016