Shhhhhhh! You don’t want to make any noise while these Terror Tuesday tales are airing. You might make someone very, very angry.
- Superman - The Secret Menace Strikes (02/15)
- Beyond Midnight - The Waxworks
- The Inner Sanctum - The Black Art
- Nightfall - Angel Of Death
July 22, 2014
(Source: strictlygenteel, via dailyzappa)
Your children have the right to know that something besides pop music exists. — Frank Zappa (via compressionhead)
H.R. Giger, New York City VIII, 1981
(via ArtRx NYC)
This week is all about transporting yourself. If you want to explore some psychedelic shamanism, then I suggest you attend the MoMA PopRally Sigmar Polke event this Wednesday night. If you want to get away for the weekend, then check out Hyperallergic’s great day trip to the Hamptons. But if you’d rather stay in the five boroughs, then there’s still so much, including a hip hop show at Gavin Brown Enterprises, experimental short films at Lisa Cooley Gallery, and an Ai Weiwei program at the Brooklyn Museum.
Tyler Kline, “Slowly Empires form and Decay” (2014)
Mixed Media on Board
James Garner with Diahann Carroll at the March on Washington 1963
Light, space and time make us aware of what surrounds us. For JCJ Vanderheyden, this concept is at once both the starting point and the conclusion. Vanderheyden focuses on reality and art history, examining what our eye sees and what we take in. A clear blue sky, an endless horizon or the world as a stage. Throughout his body of work over the years, set themes recur, which the artist reuses and rearranges in new ways, adding a level of significance to the temporal aspect of his work.
JCJ Vanderheyden, After Hieronymus Bosch (1998)
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Rabo Art Collection
(Source: rabokunstcollectie.nl, via 2headedsnake)