La Jenkins, récits de graffitis dans le sud-ouest de Montréal (Livre)
«Jenkins c'était une grosse partie de l'histoire du graff à
Montréal. Quelqu'un qui commence à faire du graffiti là
devrait savoir son histoire.» –Ether
Ancienne usine à valves située à Lachine, la Jenkins deviendra après sa fermeture un immense terrain de jeux pour les graffiteurs. Repère prisé de la sous-culture, elle restera abandonnée pendant plus de 10 ans et sera finalement démolie en 2004.
Entrevues, oeuvres et photos de: C’Lok, Some, Smak, Kers, Jaber, Shok, Stack, Fluke, Sniper, Ether aka Cemz, Morz, Sober, Killa-EF, Bez, Cyens, Nixon, Scaner, Meor, Vesk, Her, Simo, Jake.
This version includes english translation inside.
The Art of Spray Paint showcases the grand and imaginative scale of spray paint art and design. Inside, you'll find jaw-dropping spray paint creations from around the world! You'll discover the process of each art form, as well as tricks of the trade, from small clever projects to huge art installations.
Much more than a book about "cool" spray paint designs, Lori Zimmer guides you through amazing large-scale art production, immersive environments, working from intuition, collaboration, the artist's role in society, alternative creative economies, contemporary mythology, storytelling, DIY projects and more.
For the cover stories, we sit down with Marcel Dzama to discuss Pettibon as a collaborator, working with the likes of Spike Jonze, Arcade Fire, and Dave Eggers, as well as the role of the artist in politics.
In conjunction with Raymond Pettibon's retrospective coming to the New Museum in NYC in February we enlisted critic and friend Carlo McCormick to comment on Pettibon's overall importance as both prolific and influential to a generation of artists.
Also in Feburary 2017 issue:
—Ed Emberley and the legendary children's book artists career
—Scott Albrecht putting the pieces together, coast to coast
—Robert Montgomery's street poetry
—Talita Hoffman's Sao Paulo vision
—Andrew Luck and his new move Eastward
—Murals and meals in Sacramento, California's burgeoning art city
—French Fred's unique vision of skateboarding
—Sneaker Culture comes to the Bay
—Pop Art goes to Orange County
—Post Street Art exemplifies the moment...
—...and Geronimo Balloons makes us float away
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