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Category ‚exhibitions‘

Spare Change

06 March 2009, 00.09 | Posted in Art, Skateboarding, exhibitions | No comments »

Rad Collector - Spare Change
Something dope is also popping tonight over on the left coast, with the opening of “Spare Change” at the Hibbleton Gallery. “Spare Change” features Chris Pastras, Russ Pope, Chris Yormick, Mike Myers and Andy Jenkins. Via Club Mumble. Full info after the jump.

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Enjoi | Just Another Skateboard Art Show

27 February 2009, 18.52 | Posted in Art, exhibitions | No comments »

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enjoi is hosting “Just Another Skateboard Art Show” beginning March 8th and running through April 1st at the HVW8 gallery in Los Angeles. The show will feature work by enjoi’s creative director Winston Tseng, Matt Eversole, Todd Bratrud and Jerry Hsu. The enjoi team will also be on hand for the opening on March 8th. Full info after the jump.

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Kelly D Williams | That Was Now…

25 February 2009, 05.38 | Posted in Art, Skateboarding, exhibitions, photography, snowboarding, surfing | No comments »

Rad Collector - Kelly D Williams Show
Kelly D Williams is doing an exhibit entitled That Was Now, This Is Then, at ddr projects in Long Beach beginning on March 14th. Expect Kelly’s dope skate, snow, and surf inspired graphics as well as his photography. This show is sponsored by anon and 2K by Gingham. Full info after the jump.

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The Seen of Change

19 February 2009, 01.50 | Posted in Skateboarding, exhibitions, photography | No comments »

Rad Collector - Seen of Change
The Artery gallery in Portland, OR will be hosting the exhibit, The Seen of Change, featuring skateboard photography curated by Bryce Kanights. Photographers in the show include Grant Brittain, Joe Brook, Jon Humphries, Bryce Kanights and Ryan Flynn. The Seen of Change opens Friday March 13. Sponsored by Nike SB and Redbull. Full info after the jump. Via Club Mumble.

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Rip the Ripper Art Show Video

16 February 2009, 02.26 | Posted in Art, Skateboarding, exhibitions | 1 comment »

Rad Collector - Rip the Ripper Video
A little while back we told you about the Rip the Ripper art show that Powell Peralta was doing. Now they’ve posted a dope video from the show featuring Steve Caballero, George Powell and more. Peep the video here.

KCDC x David Foote

05 February 2009, 03.32 | Posted in Skateboarding, artist collaboration, decks, exhibitions | No comments »

Rad Collector - KCDC x David Foote
NYC based artist David Foote has teamed with Brooklyn’s finest skateshop, KCDC, for a limited edition skate deck. The deck will be included in the “David Foote Limited Edition No 10″ show and then be sold for $75 a pop from February through April at BoConcept. A portion of proceeds will go to the St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. More looks after the jump. Via Skateboarder.

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Rip the Ripper Art Show

04 February 2009, 14.52 | Posted in Art, Skateboarding, artist collaboration, exhibitions | 1 comment »

Radcollector - Rip the Ripper Art Show

Only a few graphic icons in skateboarding are as omnipresent (until this day) and legendary as “The Ripper”, created by Vernon Courtland Johnson in 1978 for Powell Peralta. You’ve seen it on boards, shirts, jackets, stickers, in videos, as graffiti, selfmade grip tape art and even tattoos over the years. Now, 30 years later Powell-Peralta hosted the Rip the Ripper Art Show, inviting numerous artists to reinterpretate the Ripper – probably the most successful graphic in skateboarding history.

On January 23rd, 2009, Powell-Peralta hosted the Rip the Ripper Art Show. Fifty eight artists had pieces on display. The reason for the show was to celebrate The Ripper graphic. So many skaters and artists have been influenced by VCJ’s image over the years, we wanted to do something that would pay respect to VCJ and get skaters stoked. We invited a group of artists and asked them to interpret The Ripper in their own style. Curator: Désirée Astorga

see all pieces of the show on powell-peralta.com

Deanna Templeton “Scratch My Name On Your Arm”

03 February 2009, 15.34 | Posted in Events, exhibitions | No comments »

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Deanna Templeton, also known as wife of Toy Machine owner, pro-skatelegend and artist Ed Templeton and also a well known (photo-) artist announces a solo exhibition at the NRW-Forum Kultur und Wissenschaft in Düsseldorf, Germany, starting on April 4th. The title, inspired by a The Smiths song, gives a hint on the topic of the exhibition: fanatism of autograph-mongers. More info via NRW-Forum