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Q & A with Schoolhouse resident Justin Orvis Steimer. QUESTIONS::: C & P: What artists (living or dead) inspire you or have helped to shape your painting/drawing style? Justin: Roberto Matta was the first artist whose work really captivated me. The environments he was able to create, the way the shapes, lines and colors all […]
Q & A with Schoolhouse resident, photographer, and mobile maker, Chris Chludenski. QUESTIONS::: C & P: You make found object mobiles and also shoot Polaroid photographs. How long have you been creating your mobiles and taking photos? Do you prefer working in one medium over another? Chris: I’ve been doing both for about thirteen years […]
Went to check out the Schoolhouse in Bushwick the other weekend. I peeked into a few studios and photographed 3 of the artists working within those spaces, alongside their work. I also photographed some of the common spaces and the interior of the amazing building. The Schoolhouse was built in 1883 and used as a […]
Above spreads from Chapter One: Down The Rabbit Hole, Unique Silkscreened book, 33 x 46 cm, 2010 Cheap & Plastique interviews Berlin-based, multi-talented artists/publishers Christian Gfeller & Anna Hellsgård of Bongoût for Issue 9. C & P: How did Bongoût begin? How did you start collaborating with Anna Hellsgård? When did you open the Bongoût […]
If you are in Los Angeles next weekend stop by the Fountain Art Fair to check out some work by Cheap & Plastique artists, Christine Navin, Heather Morgan, & Nathan Wasserbauer. More information below! About Fountain Art Fair Fountain is an exhibition of avant-garde artwork in New York during Armory week, Miami during Art Basel […]
So this afternoon is the last ever Monster Island Block Party. In less than a month the lovely MI building will be but a pile of rubble. A Maya Hayuk mural outside of Live With Animals Gallery on the MI building