le bella gallerista gang

after sharing a lovely evening at white sage with the ladies of traver gallery and ouch my eye, i decided this town needs a little gangster love... from the galleristas around town anyway. it will be a reason to dress up and have parties in our honor. what do you think seattle?

Chuck Close's portrait of Cindy Sherman (2006) presides over a dinner at Edythe and Eli Broad's home to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Art Basel. Photo by Lauren Greenfield


Friday, March 26, 2010
7:00pm - 11:00pm

Ouch My Eye Studios
1022 1st Ave. S

Performances by:
SPORTS [the band]
StageRight theatre group
Miscellaneous buskers!

A silent auction of props, A show of strange booty, and 22 original play posters for sale. All proceeds from this event will go to Bit Part, a Belltown Theatre Carnival [May 14th and 15th] for the release of KNOCK Magazine's All Play issue.



ashley is my new friend - she usually makes IMPOMPTU! picnics in my backyard on sunday afternoons, but this last sunday, she felted [she is a dankendanken felter] down the street at the field house. she is rad.


...it is official... i am obsessed with cory arcangel... he has the best last name ever... and makes smart artsy videos

cory arcangel is currently exhibiting at MoCA, The Sharper Image. If you are the designer type, you will cringe when you visit the MoCA website... arcangel infected the site with comic sans... the worst font EVER.


what you missed at the art walk...

...don't worry folks, I got your back. I went to the downtown art walk last night with my buddy Jordan Evans and here is my report: 

Stopped by Design Commission Gallery and caught the new show by local poster artist [and micro-celebrity] C.M. Ruiz "happy home" and a live show by Olympia [you can see me chatting with the lovely Lacey Swain in the background]... all worth checking out. I especially admire the wallpaper installation by C.M.

"A Series of Human Decisions" by Bill Jacobson was by far my favorite show at the G. Gibson Gallery. As Jordan noted "they are all funny" - they are also all beautiful. Jacobson catalogs humorous decisions people make via object placement. For all you architecture nerds, check out the image of John Quentin Hejduk's "Bye House". 

 Also worth seeing is "Search for Landscapes" by Vesna Pavlovic and Nicholas Nyland at SOIL Gallery and Sheila Klein's work at PUNCH gallery.