PMM Art Projects Presents LOGAN HICKS LOVE NEVER SAVED ANYTHING March 7 – 19, 2014 at 154 Stanton Street, New York January 28, 2014 – PMM Art Projects announces a special pop-up exhibition of New York- based artist, Logan Hicks, featuring nautical-based stencil paintings as well as photographs from his...
Here is the contact sheet from the batch of photos that Sam Holden took of me a week before he passed. I’ve never really been good at having my picture taken which is why always have a scowl, goofy face, or arms folded in every photo. haha. Sam took these 4 photos then said “alright tough guy, do something else with the arms”. I didn’t. I’m photographically challenged. This has handicapped my income potential as a super model but what can you do.
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What a terrific gift to receive this morning!! A portrait of me taken by Sam Holden A week before he passed, I stopped by his warehouse on a whim. I hadn’t seen him in person for at least 10 years. I come through Baltimore every so often, but there never seemed like there was enough time to catch up with everyone, so I rarely saw Sam in person. He always had a presence though. I’d see his comments of “YES” pop up on my Facebook every so often, so we were aware of each others lives. This time in Baltimore, I was driving by his warehouse and I thought to myself “I gotta give ol’ sam a call”. I pulled over with my friend Lucida Grande and gave him a ring. He was getting ready to meet someone in 20 minutes but said I should stop by. I rushed over and caught up with him like it was old times. He pushed things out of the way in his studio and we did a quick shoot. A week later I received news that he passed away from a heart attack. Couldn’t help but think there was some cosmic draw that made me stop by his warehouse that day. Who knows, maybe it was just dumb luck. Regardless, I was happy to see him, and happy to have him shoot me one last time. I wondered what would happen to the photos, but I didn’t give it too much though. A few days ago Matt Collorafice messaged me to let me know that Sams father has passed along the rolls of undeveloped film and that pictures of me were on one of them. Today I opened my door to find a fedex envelope with 12 negatives. 11 of me, and one of Lucy and myself. Such a bittersweet gift. Back when I was organizing events in Baltimore like Cones and Rods, and New Blood, Sam was there taking photos. He captured some great shots that day. I can remember the one of Scott Huffineswith boobs on either side of his face. I can remember the shots of Steve Albini and the guys from Shellac. The one he took of Shepard Fairey There were so many. I still have those contact sheets somewhere in my archives. I’ll need to dig them out. But until then, I have these. Thanks so much Matt. It means a lot to have these.
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My son knows how to make friends with girls. #ChicksDigEm #WaterBalloon #TakeThat #BLAM #WhyYouCrying
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Happy to have a few pieces in this show that C215 curated in Zurich at Starkart Exhibitions If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by! – http://ift.tt/1xrMF36
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Happy to have been included in this exhibition curated by Lori Zimmer from Art Nerd New York in Nantucket at Cavalier Galleries Inc. Cavalier Gallery presents, Message in a Bottle, a special exhibition guest curated by Lori Zimmer of Art Nerd New York. This group show will be exhibited in our Nantucket gallery from July 3rd to July 21st, with an opening reception on Thursday, July 3rd from 5-7pm. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Art Nerd, Lori Zimmer brings her curatorial eye to explore this romantic tradition of hoping for the sea and destiny to deliver a love letter to one’s beloved. Transforming part of the gallery into a maritime ship chandlery, visitors will view modern “messages in bottles,” created by contemporary artists in their unique styles. The show focuses on Brooklyn-based Beau Stanton and several of his contemporaries to bring this nostalgic activity to our age. A previous version of Message in a Bottle was presented at SCOPE Miami art fair to a captivated crowd. Each artist has created their own message in various mediums, just waiting for someone to let them out of their container. The whole exhibition is an intriguing experience, as we consider the messages and how they relate to our own emotions, whether they are bottled up inside or out in the open. Beau Stanton is joined by Logan Hicks, Allison Sommers, Elizabeth Winnel, Jack Bratman, Jud Bergeron, Jon Burgerman, Vahge, Molly Crabapple, Ewelina Koszykowska, Debranne Cingari, Ofelia Marquez, and Shark Toof.
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Pic from my trip to Paris a few weeks ago. Taken the night before C215 exhibition at Galerie Itinerrance. One of the best in the game #C215
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ART History – Friends of Miami Marine Stadium Mural Project was lots and lots of hard work. and nearly naked girls.
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This is what history looks like. Doze Green and RISK at ART History – Friends of Miami Marine Stadium Mural Project
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