contemporaryartdaily:

David Rappeneau at Queer Thoughts

contemporaryartdaily:

David Rappeneau at Queer Thoughts

tastessosweet:

Luis Miguel BendañaUntitled (2014)Custom machine-knit cotton, marker, VHS tape on recycled opera envelopes

tastessosweet:

Luis Miguel Bendaña

Untitled (2014)

Custom machine-knit cotton, marker, VHS tape on recycled opera envelopes

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Sam Lipp & Luis Miguel Bendaña,
Sky Fucks Earth; A Faerie Weeps; All Mermaids Die (detail)

tastessosweet:

Sam Lipp & Luis Miguel Bendaña,

Sky Fucks Earth; A Faerie Weeps; All Mermaids Die (detail)

(Source: princediamond)

tastessosweet:

Luis Miguel Bendaña
Untitled (2014)
Acrylic, custom machine knit cotton on linen

tastessosweet:

Luis Miguel Bendaña

Untitled (2014)

Acrylic, custom machine knit cotton on linen

Sam Lipp, Cruelty, (2014), Acrylic on linen. From My Hamster Cage at Bodega, NY.

Sam Lipp, Cruelty, (2014), Acrylic on linen. From My Hamster Cage at Bodega, NY.

(Source: bodegaa)

Michaela Meise, Nadira sous Dario (2013)

Michaela Meise, Nadira sous Dario (2013)

Sam Lipp, Fountainhead (2013)

Sam Lipp, Fountainhead (2013)

Club Paint

Club Paint

Club Paint

Club Paint

Matthew Chambers

Matthew Chambers

Matthew Chambers

Matthew Chambers

Sam Lipp – Untitled (2013). Acrylic on canvas

Sam LippUntitled (2013). Acrylic on canvas

Sam Lipp – Neutralize Dissent (2013). Acrylic on canvas.

Sam LippNeutralize Dissent (2013). Acrylic on canvas.

mattmorriswerks:


Dana DeGiulio, Untitled, 2013. Suburban, Oak Park, IL.

DeGiulio is a former student of Michelle Grabner’s who operates the Suburban, and is currently a colleague where they both teach at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. To underwrite the expenses of this project, DeGiulio sold a painting of Grabner’s that had been given to her as a gift earlier in their relationship. She consigned the work with James Cohan Gallery, who started represented Grabner in the time since she was announced as one of the three curators of the 2014 Whitney Biennial (an exhibition DeGiulio will not appear in). With the proceeds of the painting’s sale, DeGiulio purchased a 1996 Buick Sedan. On the morning of Sunday, November 17th, she wrecked the car into the original 8’x8’ Suburban gallery space. Grabner and her husband Brad Killam confirmed that afternoon that the building’s integrity has been compromised beyond repair, and whatever they decide to do with the gallery space moving forward, it will involve demolishing the current structure. The car is crumpled up against the front of the structure, and long, deep cracks (and considerable gaps between cinder blocks) fracture the building. A fold out brochure accompanies the wreck, with accompanying inscriptions such as this from Adrienne Rich: ”And I believed I was loved, I believed I loved Who did this to us,” and from Laurie Anderson, “O Superman, O mom and dad.”

photograph documentation by Dana DeGiulio + Patrick Quilao

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