New 28 page 6x9 zine by Heron Preston. "HONORABLE PROFESSION" Showcases Herons fathers photography and time spent on the force serving for San Francisco Police Department. "As a officer it is deemed upon us to be lenient and have some compassion for the less fortunate in our society. But on the other hand, you have to drop the hammer, only because some people think kindness is a weakness in law enforcement. In conclusion, I do not condone excessive force, I.e. Shooting and killing unarmed civilians. We are their protectors" Barthlomew "Shaka" Johnson"
PHOTOS BY LIV HOFFMAN
Los Angeles, CA (February 25th, 2017) - Paper Work NYC arrives in Los Angeles to present BORROWED TIME, a one week-long group show examining the inevitable uncertainty of life from five diverse creative perspectives. Curated by Michael Krim, Founder of Paper Work NYC, the show features renowned artists and photographers Brad Phillips, Erik Brunetti, Heron Preston and Nate Walton exploring the unpredictability and volatile disposition of our existence.Read More
1. What differences do you see culturally in terms of love/sex/dating in Brazil vs the United States?
(Priscila): We both have different opinions because we come from different countries, Pablo is European and I am Brazilian. I think the Europeans are more caring and attentive compared to Brazilians. Relationship culture in Brazil deals with a lot of obsession and possession. Women in Brazil must always be submissive while also being the queen of everything. I found it interesting when he wanted a relationship with me despite the famous reputation that women in Brazil have all over the world hahaha.Read More
CREEPY CRAWL THESE DAYS – RAYMOND PETTIBON FLYERS
curated by Bryan Ray Turcotte
CREEPY CRAWL THESE DAYS – RAYMOND PETTIBON FLYERS is an exhibition of over 100 original punk flyers from the late 1970s and 80s either created by or utilizing the artwork of influential artist Raymond Pettibon for bands such as Black Flag, Minutemen, Sacharine Trust, Circle Jerks, Wasted Youth, Throbbing Gristle, Red Cross and Descendents.Read More
PHOTOS MIKE KRIM
Nate Walton; Gasping For Air. 2016.
A compendium of Walton's prurient oeuvre in an attenuated 40 page zine, limited to 70 copies.
A delphian collection confounding the artist's other work, ( Out Of Body, Simple Future Past Perfect ) present a more shrouded view of intimacy, machinating the concepts surrounding the subject; Gasping For Air is a disclosing enumeration, a flashing importance while maintaining an impenetrable composure, blurring the line between reality and the concocted.
Captured within and around Los Angeles, Sandy Kim’s series is a reflection of her creative and non-binary photographic practice. Produced entirely without digital intervention, her work embraces the messy imperfection, the ‘mistake' and the aberration. Born in Monterey, California, Kim’s childhood and adolescence was marked by constant movement up and down the West Coast, and upon graduation Kim continued her itinerant movement to New York and back. Analog Brain, while collected in a single region, reflects the restless diaristic representation of Kim’s life, community and environments. Comprised of portraits, landscapes and illuminated end frames of 35mm film, her imagery’s diversity is connected by an analog intuition missing in an all-connected digital society. On display is an in-situ recreation of Kim’s studio, whereby visitors are encouraged to explore Kim’s archives. Her desktop is on display, completely unlocked, and further drawing connection to Kim’s imagery and its diaristic impulse to expose her internal ambition and aspirations. Sandy Kim "Analog Brain" will be on view until February 11, 2017 at Little Big Man Gallery in Los Angeles