Sunday, March 29, 2009


This guy lives on our street and has nice clean cloths
everyday. He is totally wasted and sleeps most of the day away.
How does he stay so tidy??

Andrew Jeffery Wright

The letters are made from San Francisco Dreads!
I love this piece so much. It is titled "Goleta"

Different views of "Goleta" by Lydia Fong.

Mel, Andrew and Fudge

Jamie O'Shea of Super Touch

The Carmichaels

Paris Hilton Eat Your Heart Out!
Andrew and Lydia collaborated on this image.
Andrew Jeffery Wright in the project room

Andrew is really ridiculous and funny!!!!
Wendy of Ooga Booga and Casey from RVCA
Clare Rojas

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Friday, March 27, 2009

We are currently hanging the American Realities Show.
Here are a few preview shots of Andrew Jeffery Wright's installation and a few of Clare Rojas'
amazing paintings which arrived via the New Orleans Biennial.
There will be more posts of the show asap.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Deanna Templeton is Having A Musuem Show In Germany!!!

"Scratch your name on your arm with a fountain pen/This means you really love me"
April 4-October 5 2009
NRW Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft
Ehrenhof 2 40479 Dusseldorf

Ed Templeton just sent us this link of Deanna talking about her art. I can't believe they got her on camera -- she is very shy! And very talented. We congratulate her on her Museum Show.

BTW yes she has a broken arm and she did not get it skate boarding. She got it roller skating.
Sort of a freak accident. The show is making her arm heal faster!!!! All her great photos are truly being appreciated and getting the respect they deserve.

Here's to you Deannnnnna!!!!!


Saturday, March 21, 2009


Clare Rojas, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, and Lydia Fong

Opening reception Saturday, March 28,
7 to 10pm
Musical performance by Peggy Honeywell and comedic act by Andrew Jeffrey Wright

Clare Rojas, Barn with ghost

Clare Rojas:
San Francisco painter, singer, and filmmaker Clare E.Rojas is not a folk artist. In Clare Rojas' works, women, men, nature and animals are strong and weak caring and connected to one another in their struggle to find harmony and balance. She celebrates women for their traditional and most basic differences and strengths. While the characters are often imbued with feelings of loss and nostalgia, one gets the sense that they will not back down. They will ultimately beat their predators at their own game.

Rojas's appropriation of folk imagery addresses contemporary female social concerns "The feeling of loss in my work, is my feeling of loss of hope. The struggle to find the good and the beautiful and represent it is my challenge. Understanding the ugliness that finds its way into our culture is crucial." Rojas's beautiful uses of allegory and of an imagined cultural landscape in her paintings act to subvert our current accepted perceptions of women. It allows the spectator an engagement with an alternate evocative world that is both funny and sad and that points to the complexities of being a resilient female in the twenty-first century. Rojas often depicts women alone, standing amid a flattened forest landscape, but this is not to suggest that they are lonely. No, Rojas's women exist in their own reality, feeling peaceful, protected, and quiet.

Selected exhibitions include a group exhibition with the Luggage Store, San Francisco in 2003 for which she won a Louis Comfort Tiffany award. In 2004 Rojas had a solo show at the San Francisco Art Institute and at the Belkin Satellite Gallery in Vancouver. Her work was included in the travelling exhibition, Beautiful Losers. She has exhibited at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, and was most recently a featured artist at the Prospect.1 New Orleans Biennial.

*Partial Text Credit to : Dietch Projects, and Katie Geha Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art.

AJW, triangles

Andrew Jeffrey Wright:
Andrew Jeffrey Wright is a current and founding member of Philadelphia's Space 1026 art commune. He has a BFA in Animation. The collaborative animation "the manipulators", which he made with Clare E. Rojas, has won the top prize for animation at the New York Underground Film Festival and the New York Comedy Film Festival. Wright's highly limited edition handmade books have gained an international following. His works include painting, animation, drawing, collage, photography, sculpture, video, installation, screen printing and performance. He has shown at Lizabeth Oliveria(LA), New Image Art(LA), Spector(Philadelphia), The Luggage Store(San Francisco), Lump(Raliegh), The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts(Philadelphia), ICA(Philadelphia), Giant Robot NY(NYC) The Corcoran(DC) and Foundation Cartier(Paris). He has shown with Barry McGee, Paper Rad, Leif Goldberg, Clare E. Rojas, Marcel Dzama and Michael Dumontier.

Lydia Fong
Lydia Fong is a multi-disciplinary artist
from Shanghai.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Shepard Fairey Sheds Love on Judith Supine

Judith Supine is covered on Lost At E Minor Web Sight
Shepard wrote the article and sheds Love on the Judith.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Megan Whitmarsh,Matt Furie,and CF up thru this Saturday -NOT TO BE MISSED~!


                                                                          MATT FURIE

                                                                  MEGAN WHITMARSH

We had beautiful pics taken of Megan Whitmarsh's art. Love these. Her work will be up for at least another week.
Please come by and see her amazing labor intensive works and installation. Also an installation of CF in the project space and many fantastic Matt Furie works.