V.23 No.38 |
The Daily Word in Malkovich, Malkovich
By Ty Malkovich Bannerman [ Wed Sep 24 2014 9:04 AM ]
The three-breasted-woman is actually just a two-breasted-woman. Which is at least 33% less amazing. Also, her name is not "Jasmine Tridevil." Because, come on.
The threat to expose Emma Watson’s supposed nude photos after her UN speech on feminism was also a hoax.
Living with humans screws up chimpanzees.
A new brewery is opening up in the “Brewery District.” Another one is getting ready for a 2015 start. This brings the total number of breweries in this up to city to “Really? That many?”
John Malkovich is Malkoviching up some famous photographs.
Another Bitcoin centered company gets shut down by the Man. This time just because they didn’t ship special bitcoin computers that they promised. And also because they ripped off their customers for at least $3 million. Why does the government hate freedom and innovation?
V.23 No.38 | 9/18/2014
Eliza M Schmid
Form and Abstraction
By August March
Emerging from her background in psychoanalysis and pathology, Eliza M. Schmid’s abstractions are stunning.
V.23 No.36 |
The Daily Word in jet fuel, horse meat and performance art
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Thu Sep 4 2014 11:42 AM ]
The New Mexico Public Education Department is grabbing the financial reins for a group of troubled Albuquerque charter schools.
It may rain this week. *fingers crossed*
The New Mexico State Fair is less than a week away. Eat something fried for me.
Azul Burrito Co., we barely knew ye.
UNM is "not substantially compliant" with the Clery Act, which requires schools to properly communicate and monitor campus safety issues.
"Breaking Bad" is the gift that keeps on giving.
Colonel Tom Miller asks for a take-back on previously submitted KAFB jet fuel spill data.
Today in cultural relativity, zoo animals in Albuquerque will probably get to eat horse meat. And that's not unusual.
Performance art ain't dead yet, and thank goodness (and folks like Emma Sulkowicz) for that.
V.23 No.36 | 9/4/2014
By Lisa Barrow
The beginning of the end for hip Barelas gallery The Tan, plus Ikebana for you and some Old Town retail therapy.
V.23 No.35 | 8/28/2014
Crossing the line
Days of artacular events: Cross-pollinate in the desert with AZ/NM Connection, and rest from your labors at the Fierce Women Warriors party.
A Peek Into Process
Christo gives a talk about innovation and invention
By Mark Lopez [ Tue Aug 26 2014 3:04 PM ]
An artist in every sense of the word, Christo started with ideas, put them on sketches, collages and diagrams, then made them into three dimensional installations that took over large plots of land.
all paintings by Eric G. Thompson
“The Painter’s Vision Is Not a Lens”
New work by Eric G. Thompson comes alive
By Alison Oatman [ Wed Aug 20 2014 4:32 PM ]
Photorealistic paintings are not a crime. These new works by Eric G. Thompson shimmer with captured energy.
V.23 No.32 | 8/7/2014
Galleries Get It Up
Flights of fancy
Anthropomorphic animals, archetypal trash, Plexiglas forests and cactus maps—it’s all on display at your friendly local gallery.
Come Together Right Now
By Alison Oatman
From synchronicities to the spoken word, a night of human-kindness promises spiritual dynamism.
V.23 No.31 | 7/31/2014
All images courtesy of the Tom Golden Collection, Sonoma County Museum
Christo and Jeanne-Claude Have Always Gone Big
By Lisa Barrow
Superstar environmental artist Christo comes to Albuquerque in August—here’s what you need to know.
V.23 No.30 | 7/24/2014
photos by Littleglobe
From War Zone to Melting Pot
How the International District reinvents itself through art
By Kristi D. Lawrence
ID Live! features the stories of International District residents told through art in all its forms, including sculpture, painting, mosaic, writing, photography, film and performance.
V.23 No.29 | 7/17/2014
Chakra and Awe
Graffiti writer taps into universal calligraphies
By Gail Guengerich
In her very first gallery show, subversive Burque artist Kailani melds darkness with light-filled spirituality.
MAS Attack Ready to Blitz the Albuquerque Art Scene
By Alison Oatman
Artists need admirers, and no one admires art more than other artists. That’s the driving force between a one-night-only Mutual Admiration Society.
V.23 No.28 |
Now Hear This, Vol. III
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Sun Jul 13 2014 5:06 PM ]
Consumers of my dancing-
The Daily Mail reports that it's created using carbon nanotubes—"which are 10,000 thinner than human hair and so miniscule that light cannot get in but can pass into the gaps in between"—and if that isn't enough, it's 10 times stronger than steel and conducts heat seven-and-a-half times more effectively than copper. Yeah. Owing to my obsessive-compulsive nature, themes prove irresistably attractive, so here are my favorite songs that pay tribute to blackety-black, er, Vantablack. Share your favorite black-centric tracks in the comments, fellow darklings.
V.23 No.26 | 6/26/2014
By Lisa Barrow
The nekkid eye
Journey into the exposed heart of Burque’s artworld with a celebration of the body, a drama about family and poetry to scare zealous patriots.
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