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R. Crumb's Illustration of Philip K. Dick's Spiritual "Exegesis"
Published in 1986 in Weirdo #17, R. Crumb illustrated sci-fi legend Philip K. Dick's now famous religious experience, a hallucinatory spiritual "exegesis" in which he believed he encountered a God-like presence. If you are new to R. Crumb, we suggest you check out one of his fantastic anthologies. If you're new to Philip K. Dick, you're probably not. His books have been adapted into classic films such as Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly, and Minority Report.August 23, 2016
Polixeni Papapetrou’s "Eden"
Eden arose out of a commission by the Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) in Melbourne to create works in response to the Melbourne General Cemetery. Polixeni Papapetrou, photographed flowers obtained from the cemetery against a black backdrop to invoke ideas about mourning and remembrance. For Papapetrou, whose own plot is in the cemetery, and who, through illness, has faced her own mortality, it was a challenging and thought provoking assignment.August 16, 2016
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
Shepard Fairey Champions the Legend of Jim Marshall
Think of pivotal cultural moments of the mid-twentieth century and know that Jim Marshall documented those imprints. From Woodstock to civil liberties, Bob Dylan to antiwar protests, Marshall’s photographic legacy has helped younger generations put these crucial, iconic movements into context. This summer, beginning with a special showcase in Washington, DC to benefit the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Shepard Fairey and the estate of Jim Marshall will collaborate on a series of five new pieces that champion Marshall’s work on the issues of voting rights, mass incarceration, workers’ rights, firearm ownership, and a fragmented America. We asked Shepard to speak about one project in particular, the incisive examination of gun culture.August 10, 2016
Michael Marcelle: How We Came to the Red Strawberry
What if Hurricane Sandy blew a hole into space and time, and that hole continued to get wider, skewing what we perceive as reality? People’s noses could unexplainably disappear, the light outside would make you feel as if you’re sitting in the bed of tanning booth in the middle of an afterhours party, and the sight looking in the mirror might result in alarming goosebumps.August 10, 2016