For Immediate Release:
Vol II, Issue I of The Art Street Journal is now out! This improved and
expanded edition of the journal is printed on more archival paper stock,
features four interior color pages and at 24 pages in total, is the
most comprehensive issue of tasj to date. The cover and a few sample
are attached, along with information on what else can be found inside
how to receive a copy yourself below.
There will be an issue release party at Carmichael Gallery on Saturday,
August 7th, from 7-9pm. Come for a drink, pick up your free copy of the
journal, and check out all the great shows opening in Culver City that
Please spread the word and read on to find out what’s in this issue!
The Art Street Journal (tasj) is an international art publication
distributed free of charge from our base in Los Angeles, California to
homes, museums, galleries, cafes, bookshops, schools and other locations
around the world. People can sign up for a free subscription at
www.theartstreetjournal.com. If you would like to receive a copy
you can either register through the site or send us your full name,
address and the best contact phone number and we will post one your way.
Vol II, Issue I includes:
– Cover pages by Boogie and M-City
– NEW Calendar of International Shows and Events
– Interviews with Boogie and Escif
– Features on Viva La Revolucion at MCASD, Ian Francis at Lazarides, M-
at Carmichael Gallery, Wangechi Mutu at The Art Gallery of Ontario,
Fame Festival, Ben Eine and EuroTrash at Lazarides, Beverly Hills.
– Reviews of Charming Baker in New York, Jean-Michel Basquiat at
Beyeler, Yoshitomo Nara at Tomio Koyama Gallery, Nina Pandolfo at
Leme, Hush at The Shooting Gallery, Ai Yamaguchi at Mizuma Art
Denning at Brooklynite Gallery, SHRED at Perry Rubenstein Gallery,
Baglione at Iguapop Gallery, Ericailcane at POPUP! Festival, Dan Witz
Gallery, William Kentridge at Jeu de Paume, Marlene Dumas at Fundacao
Serralves, Marcel Dzama at Musee d’art contemporain de Montreal and
Birch’s conceptual circus in Hong Kong.
– Auction Report: Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Phillips de Pury Spring
in New York and London
– Art Fair Coverage: Art Rotterdam, The Armory Show, Hong Kong
International Art Fair and Art Basel
– Our monthly Unurth.com curated street art photo page – newly
expanded to a
two page spread
– The tasj bookshelf page, featuring the best in art books, magazines
The Art Street Journal is distributed worldwide. Contact us if you would
like to be a distributor or advertiser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday 1:00PM – 7:00PM and by appointment.
Contact us by email or call 323.939.0600 for more information.
Carmichael Gallery – 5795 Washington Blvd Culver City CA 90232
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