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Dino Valls

Surreal Psychic Surgery on Ethereal Bodies Born in 1959 in Zaragoza but living and working in Madrid, Dino Valls is one of the Spanish representatives of the vanguard of figurative art. His painting, elaborating and expanding the methods of past masters, centers on the human psyche by using figurative techniques only as a formal support in which to project a […]

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VU 1972 Reunion at Le Bataclan

Lou Reed, John Cale & Nico on French TV JUST CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL FILM VERSION.  In 1972, Velvet Underground alumni Lou Reed, John Cale and Nico reunited before the cameras of the POP2 TV program at Le Bataclan (yes that very place where those terrorists killed 89 people on November 15th 2015), a well-known and very intimate, Paris venue . […]

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Hayley Arjona

Rednecks and Rave Diggers in Pink Wonderland Hayley lives and works on a farm.  Between raising free range pigs and sheep she paints huge psychedelic satirical scenes. Surrounded by big skies and farm land not many can hear the doof doof rumble from from her hay shed studio. But the trip to the farm isn’t quite […]

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New Work by Jason Adams for IGNORE ALIEN ORDERS Opens 11/7

Originally posted on Plutonium™ Paint:
Joe Strummer Portrait by Jason Adams for his upcoming solo show. IGNORE ALIENS ORDERS opens Saturday November 7th. Atak Gallery ★ 1038 Larkin St. San Fransisco, CA 8:00pm – till Late. ‪#‎PlutoniumPaint‬ ‪#‎SprayPaint‬‪ #‎MadeInTheUSA‬ ‪#‎JasonAdamsArt‬‪ #AerosolArt #‎PFFlyers‬ ‪#‎BlackLabelSkates‬‪ #‎RicherPoorer‬ ‪#‎SlappyHour‬ ‪#‎DeviumUSA‬ ‪ Joe Strummer by Jason ‘The Kid’ Adams

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Marcia Resnick and Victor Bockris

Questions and Answers About ”NYC Bad Boys” and a Lifetime Partnership Introduction in Disguise I will try to, like the Clash album says, ”Cut the Crap” and say that I heard about Victor Bockris the first time through a book called ”Conversation”, which I read avidly the first time it fell in my lap and have re-read a few […]

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Margaret Keane

Behind Big Wide Eyes ”Those sad-eyed kids, signed and sold by the voluble bibulous Walter Keane (1915-2000), were the work of Keane’s wife, Margaret, whose identity and authorship were kept secret. Keane never painted anything. Yet he could sell. By art market standards, the man was ahead of his time, prefiguring an era in which artists […]

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