Jennifer Farris
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Art Radar: 02.25.10





I really wish I could be in attendance for this show, I think that it is really cool/interesting. Probably because I collect skate decks as art pieces.

My first ever solo show will be up at 303 GRAND in Williamsburg, NY from March 5th-March 19th, 2010.  Come on out to the opening reception on March 5th from 8-12pm.  50% of all proceeds will be donated to Stoked Mentoring, PBR is providing free beer, my boy Asian Dan will be DJing and Emulsion Apparel will be heading up the goods department.

Mykim Dang

303 Grand

Williamsburg, NY 11211





Feb 25.
The Boners (a new project featuring members of Young Prisms
PeOpLe PeOpLe-

Ever Gold Gallery
San Francisco CA 94102


AR22510_04 is one of my most visited sites hands down. Probably because the photos are remarkably clear and with all of the reading I do on a daily basis, I just don’t feel like thinking. I just want to look at photograph and feel.

It’s the season of Fashion Week, from Bryant Park in New York last week to London this week, and Milan, Los Angeles and Tokyo next month. As designers and their models gather to present their newest collections to the world, photographers are on hand to take thousands of pictures, most during the actual show – with a few photos from the backstage of each show sent across the wires as well.

To see the remainder of the photos, visit here.



Good Wives and Warriors is the creative partnership between Becky Bolton and Louise Chappell, who met while studying at the Glasgow School of Art. Rebecca means ‘good wife’ and Louise means ‘warrior’. They have been working together on collaborative projects for the last 5 years and have recently been featured in Taschen’s Illustration Now Volume 3, IdN ‘The Illustration Special’ and have produced work for Adidas, Swatch and MTV. They have also exhibited wall paintings in Europe, South America, the USA and Australia. They are currently based in London.

Recoat Gallery

323 North Woodside Road
G20 6ND



The Letterheads exhibition is a re-visioning of the English alphabet by 26 of the most influential emerging and established contemporary artists in the world today. Each artist has created a work exclusively for this exhibition depicting a single letter to create a display of the entire alphabet from illustration, cartoon, fine art, graffiti, street art and graphic design fields. Featuring internationally renowned street artists such as:

Graeme Base (AUS), Mark Bode (USA), SheOne (UK), Shun Kawakami (JAP), Craig (KR),  Costello (USA), Meggs (AUS), Ghost Patrol (AUS), James Reka (AUS), Greg (SP.ONE) Lamarche (USA), Mr Jago (UK), Kami (JAP), Luca Ionescu (AUS), Anthony Lister (USA), Kid Zoom (AUS), Sasu (JAP), Sync (AUS), James (Jagi) Greenaway (AUS), Scott (Bonsai) Neo (AUS), Usugrow & Bene (JAP), TwoOne (AUS), Kano One7two (AUS), Shohei Takasaki (JAP), Phibs (AUS), French (UK), Yusk (BRZ), Puzle (AUS)

Opening reception February, 26th 2010 from 6pm-10pm


361 Little Lonsdale Street

Melbourne Australia



“Two Four looks at four decades of Latina culture through collected photographs and ephemera from the archive of life long 24th Street/Mission resident Sandy Cuadra as well as through preserved archival footage of the neighborhood from the 70s and 80s collected by Veronica Majano and the Mission Film Archive”. – Clare Haggarty(curator).

“Two-Four Home Girls, Circa 1980” The Tiny Locas, “You and I” dances, and the Low-rider cars represented rites of passage and the social scene for teenage girls in the early 1980’s in the 24th Street Mission neighborhood. The exhibition features photographs by Sandy Cuadra- a former Tiny Loca who has lived in the
Mission for over 30 years- memories of dancing, cars, parties in the park, and tight friendships. In addition, footage from the Mission Film Archive (thanks to filmmaker Vero Majano) further activates the world of Low-riders and the “You and I” dances. Vintage posters to promote those dances, made by Mitchell Salazar, also hang in the gallery, and complete this nostalgic look into a particular period in the Mission that speaks to the former teenager in all of us.

Mission Cultural Center

California 2868 Mission Street

San Francisco CA 94110



C. Emerson Fine Arts continues it’s 2010 season with a group exhibition titled Deft February 26 through April 17, 2010. The exhibition will include works by nine internationally diverse artists: Clayton Chandler, Chiézo, Patrick Francisco, Freak Friends, Rocky Grimes, Patrick Maxcy, PLASEEBO, and John Revisky. This diverse group of visual artist cohesively will be exhibiting drawings, custom vinyl toys, mixed media, paintings, photography and printmaking.

The opening reception for Deft will be Friday February 26, 2010 from 7 P.M. to 10 P.M.

909 Central Ave

St. Petersburgh, FL


Past posts that you may have missed that should not slip under your Art Radar:

Some events from last week’s Art Radar are still running, check them out!

Art HERstory: Artemisia Gentileschi

Peep what Sophy Robson nail artist has to say live and direct from Fashion Week.

Check out our mini biographies on our: M.I.S.S. Paper Doll Artists

Check out our newest venture that all of our favs (y’all!) can be involved in: M.I.S.S. Flickr

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