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Recoat Update 2013 from Recoat on Vimeo. Sad to see the space close down as there have been some great shows, but I wish them all the best for the future and it sounds like they have some great ideas about the future. Check out the closing show if you are in Glasgow.
In December 2011 DQM put on a skateboard photography show called Pave The Way. My friend Steve went along and picked up these postcards for me. The show featured Mofo, C.R. Stecyk III, Lance Dawes and Tobin Yelland. Each one of the photographers has a postcard in this set. It sounded like a great show, I wish I could have gone along to it.
It is no secret that I am a fan of Invader. I finally got round to buying some of his maps recently. I picked up the following maps, Grenoble, Paris and Brussels. It is great to see the progression through the maps. The Grenoble invasion is an early one, I need to go back and try and find them all. The Paris map is huge, as you would expect with over 1000 invaders to find. the Brussels map is really interesting because it maps out his GPS route from when he was placing the invaders. I bought these maps from the Invader webstore.
I caught this documentary last week and was blown away by it. It follows Marina Abramović as she prepares for her retrospective show at MoMA. It gives you a good background in to her and her work and then shows highlights of her The Artist Is Present exhibition. It certainly looked like an amazing performance.
I’ve just watched this little documentary about a great wee art show held in Glasgow earlier this year. My friend Graeme took part in it and it was cool to see some of his work and his little interview. I helped him out by printing off his drawings for him and posting them to the exhibition. Sadly I missed it by being out of Glasgow the weekend that the show was on. Hopefully I’ll be able to attend next year’s show.