Friday, November 30, 2012


TODAY IS TOMORROW is an exhibition of collages and astuces by Matthew Rose at La Belle Hortense, 31 Rue Vielle Du Temple, 750014 Paris.

The astuces consists of a giant Viagra bottle (in the window).  Exhibition throughout the month of December 2012.

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Signed posters will be available. If you would like a signed poster, please write here.

If you would like a free high resolution PDF of this poster to print out at your home or office, one can be emailed to you, no problem.  Did we say it was free?  It's free. Click here: Today is Tomorrow PDF.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Jack Greene's Hot Rod & Other Trips

Jack Greene has been making art his entire life – canvases and painted reliefs that riff on the abstractions borne of a jazz-infused consciousness.  You can practically hear these works hum.  Above: Hot Rod, acrylic Aqua-Resin, 2012.

The artist who lives and works on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, is currently making sculpted painted resin reliefs that float like low hung clouds of pleasant delirium.  Greene's new web site by artist Caterina Verde shows not only these gorgeous abstracts, but also his process and the wonderful studio where he teases out these dreams.  Take a look and a listen:  Jack Greene Web Site.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012


Did we say these posters were FREE?  Well they are.  Free.  Download any or all of these Matthew Rose exhibition posters – high resolution PDFs that can be scaled up large.  Print at home or at your office.  Make wall paper, make a dress, make a book, or wrapping paper, put them on a lonely wall, or make paper airplanes out of them, or if you have a tweety pie at home, line that bird cage in surreal decor with the surreal McCoy.  And hey!  They are FREE, so pass this along...


Wednesday, November 14, 2012

How To Launch An Art Fair

Even if you are not heading to Miami for the annual art orgy this December, and even if you will stare at the walls of your studio or the empty walls of your home, there are many people working away to change all that. 

Give it a read, a thumb, and offer a comment :  HOW TO LAUNCH AN ART FAIR.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012


Photo By Luigi Costantini / AP

Floods in Venice this November are getting insane, but the tourists don't care.  These guys just stripped down and went paddling about St Marks Square (November 11, 2012). Yes, that's the Basilica St Marco behind them.  Sunday's flood level peaked at 58.66 inches (149 cm), below the 63 inches (160 cm) that washed through Venice four years ago.

More photos of Venice flooding here.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Zack Feuer Gallery : After The Flood

Photo of Zack Feuer in his Chelsea, New York City gallery, following the 5 foot flood in the space.  Photo by: Robert Caplin for The New York Times.

A survey of Chelsea galleries after the flood and damage caused by Sandy proved to be largely disastrous for spaces on West 21st Street, with dealer Zack Feuer reporting that he could salvage perhaps "only 2 percent of his inventory."

Full story in this New York Times report.  In addition, there is this Art in America report, with a slide show.