Jennifer Farris
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Art Radar: 09.30.10



The Seattle Art Museum is excited to present a landmark exhibition of the work of Pablo Picasso (1881–1973), arguably the most radical and influential artist of the 20th century. The exhibition will present iconic works from virtually every phase of Picasso’s legendary career, documenting the full range of his unceasing inventiveness and prodigious creative process.

Drawn from the collection of the Musée National Picasso in Paris—the largest and most important repository of the artist’s work in the world—the exhibition will feature more than 150 extraordinary paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints and photographs. This unprecedented opportunity is possible at this time because the Musée Picasso has recently closed for renovations, allowing a global tour of this full-scale survey to travel for the first and, very likely, the only time.

WHERE: Seattle Art Museum
WHEN: Opens October 8th



Drink & Draw Show Case over a 100 artists. everythings framed, everything’s $25, cash & Carry. .one night only.

Devonwho, the producer mastermind with releases on his own imprint (Klipmode) and Irish hip-hop label (All City) will be playing a live set, along with Graintable, label man & beat scientist of Run Riot Records. DJ’s on both floors include a creative cross section of all those pushing boundaries within the realm of sound + party rocking. Not to be missed!

DOWNSTAIRS (7pm-2am | Free/$2 after 11pm)

Devonwho (Klipmode/All City | LA/PDX)

Graintable (Run Riot Recordings)

Tricera (Grand Cooley)
Rap Class (Dropping Gems)
Josh T.

UPSTAIRS (7pm-11pm | Free)
Ryan Organ
Sunday Grip




New Bob Ross finger puppet in at Schmancy! LOVE THIS! NEED THIS!

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Photographer Vivian Cherry knows New Yorkers. This is reasonable considering she’s been capturing them in their natural habitat for over half a century. One of the last surviving members of the Photo League, a cooperative of photographers that in the 1930s and 40s embraced social realism, Cherry shoots her subjects against the backdrop of the city, combining informal portraiture with gritty cityscapes. Her first powerhouse book,Helluva Town: New York City in the 1940s and 50s, was released to critical acclaim. Now she returns with Vivian Cherry’s New York, a collection of work shot in the past decade, in which she continues to present her audience with pictures that are raw and real, while at the same time affectionate and warm.

Hardcover, 8.5 x 11.25 inches, 114 pages, 100 duotone photographs. $29.95



Some city councils get it, others don’t. Tapping the creative talents of street artists, illustrators and graphic designers is an effective and cool way to make bland public spaces, old buildings, bridges and car parks new again, and to freshen up the concrete jungle. It is also an effective way of keeping graffiti away. Plus it draws attention to the building or structure as “potential” not as something to be hated. Maybe it will even bring a buyer, a new occupant or additional creative ideas about how to revitalize the building? Anything but the current dilapidated state of abandoned spaces!

So here’s a challenge to you: You need to step up and change the face of your city. There are way too many ugly, run-down buildings, bridges, tunnels and walkways that can be completely transformed into exciting and fun environments with some creative input.


Graphic work by: PHAYMISS

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