While the current big ticket item at the Brooklyn Museum has to be the Christian Dior retrospective, which opened in September, there’s another must-see exhibit tucked way on the museum’s 4th floor: Baseera Khan’s wildly engaging I Am an Archive. On view here are rich and multilayered sculptures, installations, collages, drawings, photographs, an original music soundtrack, and a video. Khan’s cross-media practice investigates othering, surveillance, cultural exploitation, anti-blackness, and xenophobia within our public and private spaces — and proposes avenues for protection and liberation. Her work is extremely timely and a real eye-opener.
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times: Living in NYC Fucking Rocks! And if you’re looking for cool things to do in the City right now, why not let yourself experience the mind-blowing career retrospective of Mark Mothersbaugh: Lead singer of New Wave / Performance Art legends, DEVO, Composer, Artist and De-Evolutionary Genius. The exhibit is called Myopia, and you can see it at the Grey Gallery at NYU. Let’s a take look at all of the fun surprises that Myopia has in store for you! Continue reading Must See Art: Mark Mothersbaugh, Myopia at Grey Gallery
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It had been a few months since my last trip to Chamber when I popped in last week before an opening and found the store has all new merchandise! New Stuff – Yay! Of course, it was hard to miss this amazing, one-of-a-kind carpet by designer Alexandra Kehayoglou, which — as you can see by my photos — is definitely the focal point of the stores’ main showroom space.
Here at The Worley Gig, we are always on the lookout for new and exciting Bacon Things to delight the Bacon Lovers in our vast and global readership. Today we bring you a one-of-a-kind Bacon Rug, which you can own exclusively as it is being auctioned off on eBay!
For all the Bacon Lovers of the world!
New, One of a Kind, Hand Hooked Bacon mat; rug. 100% pure wool fabric. Measures 17×9 inches. Perfect as a “table topper” or could be hung as art.
The seller also added this information about the rug:
“My son suggested I make a “Bacon Rug.” I have been hooking rugs for over 6 years and this has been quite fun to hook. The wool has been hand dyed in my kitchen and cut into strips and hooked on 100% cotton monks cloth. It will last for years and years. I hope you enjoy this fun bacon art as much as I have enjoyed making it.”
She sounds like a nice mom, doesn’t she? And this Bacon Rug seems like a pretty cool thing to own. Are you into bacon? Bidding starts at $25 and ends on June 6th, so Bid Now!
Thanks to Bacon Today For the Tip!