Category: art


What: Crass- Selections from the Mott Collection
When: Opening Reception Friday 18th, 6-8pm
Where: Andrew Roth Gallery 160A East 70th St. New York, NY

Crass embodied the anarcho-punk aesthetic of the late 70’s: they privileged politics over musicianship, substance over form, and above all Independence over profitability. The group lived in an open community and used much of the proceeds from their music to support other political causes and organizations…The material featured in this exhibition spans the high period of Crass’ endeavors from 1978 to 1984, and constitutes a special segment of the Mott Collection
~ The Mott Collection

thanks for the invite. wish I could make it.

Drop City

Drop City Artists Community, Colorado 1965.

Drop City is a feature-length documentary film about an experimental community that blended practices of art, architecture, and sustainable living in ways that came to define a global counterculture.

~images via arkinet
thanks el cosmico

Curtis Kulig – Love Me

Wow, Curtis Kulig’s Love Me, Fluorescent Series @ Poster Child Prints SOLD OUT FAST!…before I could even post about it. No wonder though. They are rad. But you can still go to the site to Sign Up to be notified if another edition is released. I would.

Ezra Stoller

Seagram Building, Mies van der Rohe with Philip Johnson, New York, NY, 1958

TWA Terminal at Idlewild (now JFK) Airport, Eero Saarinen, New York, NY, 1962

Ezra Stoller’s gelatin silver prints include images of architectural interiors and iconic landmarks. Based on his background in architecture and industrial design, Stoller used a large-format camera to photograph monumental 20th century buildings, including the Guggenheim Museum, the TWA terminal at Idlewild Airport (now John F. Kennedy International Airport), the Seagram Building, the Salk Institute, Yale Art and Architecture Building and Fallingwater. In addition to well-known photographs of these locations, the exhibition will include lesser-known photographs of small homes and guest houses which provide a fresh look at the masterful eye that established Stoller as the preeminent photographer of modern architecture.

On view @ Yossi Milo Gallery till Feb. 12th.