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Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions. 

mcnallyperiodicals:

Coming off their previous issue, mainly a music issue (rather than the usual partial music), MOOD gets back to what they do best with a unique focus on urban and alternative foodstuffs: fiddlehead toasts, cool San Francisco restaurants, the “Almighty” Robert Mitchum rum drink (and Calypso album), the Snacky Tunes radio show hosted in the backyard of Roberta’s in Brooklyn, drinking games, cuisine at Rockaway Beach, the usual.

mcnallyperiodicals:

Coming off their previous issue, mainly a music issue (rather than the usual partial music), MOOD gets back to what they do best with a unique focus on urban and alternative foodstuffs: fiddlehead toasts, cool San Francisco restaurants, the “Almighty” Robert Mitchum rum drink (and Calypso album), the Snacky Tunes radio show hosted in the backyard of Roberta’s in Brooklyn, drinking games, cuisine at Rockaway Beach, the usual.

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Erik Jones’s new work for his upcoming show, “Motion,” at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco features paintings that subsume the human figure in colorful abstract patterns. Jones was featured on the cover of Hi-Fructose Vol. 27.


Erik Jones’s new work for his upcoming show, “Motion,” at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco features paintings that subsume the human figure in colorful abstract patterns. Jones was featured on the cover of Hi-Fructose Vol. 27.

  • Me: But I have about fifty books at home I haven't read, there's no reason for me to buy these.
  • My brain: Okay, but consider this: more books.

bobbycaputo:

A New Age of Analog at New York’s Most Historic Camera Club

The Camera Club of New York (CCNY), may not be the first, or the only community-based photography organization in the country, but it does boast an illustrious roster of past members that easily tops other like-minded photo clubs in the U.S.

Formed in New York City in 1888 as an offshoot of the Society of Amateur Photographers, CCNY has fostered a photo community propelled by early members Alfred Steiglitz, Paul Strand and Charles Sheeler, as well as a group of early pioneers who helped turn a group of fledgeling hobbyists into a legendary photography organization.

With facilities that grew to include both color and black-and-white darkrooms, gallery space, shooting studios and digital workstations, CCNY has adpated to the multiple technological shifts that have both rocked and revitalized the medium over the years. But the increasing cost of darkroom supplies and the astronomical rent the non-profit pays for its space in Midtown Manhattan has forced the organization to shut down its darkrooms.

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