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A Moth Delivers Her Message

Posted in Beaux Arts, Belletristica, Comics & Manga, Design, Exhibitions / Openings / Signings, Moving Images by Suzanne on September 6th, 2005 | BBC Wikipedia

© Audrey Kawasaki, who's currently exhibiting her works in a duet show with Lisa Alisa @ 1988 Gallery, L. A.

"[...] All who see you will say that you are the prettiest little human being they ever saw. You will still have the same floating gracefulness of movement, and no dancer will ever tread so lightly; but at every step you take it will feel as if you were treading upon sharp knives, and that the blood must flow. If you will bear all this, I will help you.”

(Excerpt from "The Little Mermaid" by Hans Christian Andersen, 1836)


© Dave Cooper

• Dave Cooper's Observations on the Soft Underbellies of Mostly Pillowy Girls at Billy Shire Fine Arts in Culver City, USA.

Nothing Between Us featuring new works by Heather Culp, Fumi Nakamura, Pamela Henderson, Sylvia Ji & Caitlin Kuhwald at the Subject Matter Gallery in Costa Mesa, USA.

• Kara E. Walker's Song of the South at Redcat Gallery in Los Angeles, USA.

• Barbara Kruger's Twelve at the Tramway Gallery in Glasgow, Scotland.

• Bernd & Hilla Becher's Typologien industrieller Bauten at Museum für Gegenwart im Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin, Germany.

Henri Toulouse-Lautrec - Das graphische Werk at Kunstmuseum in Bonn, Germany.

Harem – Geheimnis des Orients at Kunsthalle Krems in Krems, Germany.


© Scott Musgrove

Fantoche Animation Film Festival in Baden, Switzerland.

→ opens TONIGHT! (I'll be there. Who's with me?)

Gary Baseman & Scott Musgrove at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC, USA.

→ opens September 9

• Mark Mothersbaugh's Beautiful Mutants at Roq La Rue in Seattle, USA.

→ opens September 9

• Shepard Fairey's Visual Disobedience at Voice 1156 Gallery in San Diego, USA.

→ opens September 9

Semi-Permanent 05 in NYC, USA.

September 9 - 10

Culture Shock - Art of the New Movement at Pop Art Studios in Miami, USA.

→ opens September 10


© StuntKid

Clandestina #38 | Illustration Mundo | Lisa Falzon | Lizz Lopez | Misprinted Type | Paper Bullet | Refill Mag 05 | Sam Weber | Shift 106 | StuntKid | Tara McPherson | The Royal Magazine - Issue 6 | Wag Mag N° 0 | Yoko Tanaka


© Akinori Oishi

Akinori Oishi Micro Films (via Wmmna) | Hello Kitty Claymation Video (by Saiman Chow) | Lose weight with AIDS (via b3ta) | Neomuet Movies | The Little Girl Who Was Forgotten By Absolutely Everyone (Even The Postman) (by Childrin R Skary) | The Unfortunate Alphabet (by Chris Walker)


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2 comments to " A Moth Delivers Her Message "

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    binaryjesus says:

    No amazing art shows ever come to Atlanta, GA, USA. At least, none that I hear of.
    Maybe this is my calling - to open a gallery near home...

    Also, I am completely in awe of Kawasaki's woodgrain style. Thanky :)

    September 7th, 2005 at 4:33 am

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    Suzanne says:

    You're welcome. Audrey is rather talented indeed.

    You shouldn't think so negative about Atlanta. The High Museum of Art, The Museum of Design and the Moca GA all look like good art institutions to me. :)

    September 7th, 2005 at 2:47 pm

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