Featuring: Lindsey Adams Adelman, Jessica Antola, Jen Causey, Brian W. Ferry, Hikaru Furuhashi, James Gallagher, Julianna Goodman, Jennifer Gordy, Thayer Allyson Gowdy, Tim, Anna, Benji & Casper Harrington, Nidhi Malhotra, Jen Mankins, Lisa Mayock, Caitlin Mociun, Pam Morris, Christopher Silas Neal, Sarah Palmer, Youngna Park, Christopher David Ryan, Sarah Ryhanen, Jennifer Sarkilahti, Shannon South, Bronagh Staley, Kirsten Kay Thoen, Breanne Trammell, Maria Alexandra Vettese, Candice Waldron & Maya Rose, Jessica Williams
Brooklyn, old and new, is known for its diversity and creative spirit. Brooklyn diary takes a look inside the daily lives of twenty-one Brooklyn artists, documented by ten different photographers. A place that is both dirty and beautiful, artistic endeavors are abundant in Brooklyn – from fashion and photography to organic gardens and distinctive food. The book is divided into categories of walk, eat, shop, home, and studio, and the artists profiled have shared their favorite (often lesser known) Brooklyn spots, making it a perfect, unconventional guide book for those planning to visit.
Details: 6.5 x 8.75 in (16.5 x 22.2 cm) 112 pages, perfect bound, offset, full color 1000 copy single edition release date: 10/11/10 $32 + shipping
Outtake from photo shoot of James Gallagher studio. Photo: Sarah PalmerPosted by jamesgallagher on 9/13/10 | Permalink
Jolie Laide Gallery
224 N. Juniper St. Philadelphia, PA
September 3 6:00pm - 10:30pm
A collaborative installation outside Jolie Laide Gallery by James and Ryan Gallagher.Posted by jamesgallagher on 9/09/10 | Permalink
The fourth and latest issue of Licht (‘light’) deals with the topic ‘failure’. “Whenever you want to create something new, there needs to be room for failure,” is what modern fault management tells us, dubbing this process ‘creative failure’. These and other types of failure were interpreted by the issue’s contributors in their own personal ways. Above all, they showed us that failure is just a matter of opinion.
The latest Licht will be displayed in Nuremberg, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne and Dusseldorf in a few days. Those who can’t pick up a copy can also order it for a €5 service charge via email@example.comPosted by jamesgallagher on 9/09/10 | Permalink