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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Hot Button Issue

We totally forgot to go to Patrick Griffin's opening at Journal Gallery on Thursday, which means we missed TV Baby perform with A.R.E. Weapons. But we do love us some enamel pins and pierced leather, so we will, at some point, drag our sorry asses to Brooklyn...


Thursday, July 17, 2008

Drawn Together

Up next at The Journal Gallery, new drawings by Brooklyn-based artist Eddie Martinez, who's previously shown at Deitch Projects and Peres Projects...


Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Curator Aaron Rose...

Last Thursday night we opened Being True at The Journal gallery in Williamsburg. Commissioned by Nike, Being True is a photography exhibition in which myself and the lovely and talented Emma Reeves asked 22 photographers to search through their archives and look for iconic images of American youth. It was a great project and the artists did not disappoint. Every time we got a new batch of photos it felt like Christmas! Some of the photographers involved are Terry Richardson, Tim Barber, Cheryl Dunn, Jamel Shabazz, Naomi Harris, Tobin Yelland and Ed Templeton. There's also an amazing little portfolio that we made in honor of the show. Art directed by design firm Work in Progress, the publication is one of those super limited-edition goodies that can't be bought. The only way to get one is to go out to The Journal and see our show!...

Emma Reeves, Aaron Rose & Nike's Christian Parkes

Artist Kaws

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Saturday, December 22, 2007

The re-animated, ever-beloved Helmut Lang reclaimed a huge, slightly smashed and possibly blood-stained disco ball from who knows where and stuck it in the middle of the floor in the Brooklyn gallery space belonging to the lower-case art and culture rag the journal. Is “Next Ever After,” the installation's title, a simple comment on the low-key designer's obvious aversion to glamour? A nod to the plight of his own career—fallen and reborn in another place entirely? At the opening party last week, we (including friend of Helmut Jenny Capitan, Zero designer Maria Cornejo, photog-artist Mark Borthwick, make-up artist Dick Page, artist Christian Jankowski and designer Patrik Ervell) stood around the immobile object of festivity, little dots of light twinkling over our ruddy and snowed-on faces, and pondered our existence.

Dick Page, Jenny Capitan

Maria Cornejo & Mark Borthwick, artist Dave Aarons

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