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Opening Reception: Saturday February 11th from 6-9pm

E6 Gallery / Robert Berman Gallery Presents



“Behold the cartoons in Go Fish: there is no more savage yet brilliant wit than that possessed by Mr. Fish, who will never compromise on his deep artistic insight or the outrageous honesty of his social commentary. In a sellout culture he is that rare witness for unfettered truth.” - Robert Scheer, Editor in Chief, truthdig and author of The Great American Stickup.

ROBERT BERMAN GALLERY is pleased to present the original drawings and unique multiples of Dwayne Booth aka Mr. Fish - political cartoonist and author of GO FISH (how to win contempt and influence people.)

In the appendix of his book, Mr. Fish dissects the journalistic responsibility he faces as a cartoonist to make it make sense. It being his raw emotional output in response to a given stimuli (government, society, et al) manifesting itself via pen on paper without regard to the cleverly pointed punchline that will accompany and ultimately define it. In his inaugural gallery show, he eschews that responsibility; the political cartoons hanging vulnerably on the walls in their original illustrated state, stripped of any captioning and absolute clarity. If the objective of a political cartoonist is to speak clearly than the goal of this exhibition is to express freely. The drawings are a celebration of the technical mastery and unbridled emotional truth of Dwayne Booth – the Clark Kent to Superman’s Mr. Fish.

Mr. Fish has been a freelance writer and cartoonist for eighteen years, publishing under both his real name (Dwayne Booth) and the penname of Mr. Fish with many of the nation’s most reputable and prestigious magazines, journals, and newspapers. In addition to his weekly cartoon for Harper’s and daily contributions to Truthdig, he has also contributed to the Los Angeles Times, the Village Voice, the LA Weekly, the Atlantic, the Huffington Post, The Nation, Vanity Fair, Mother Jones, the Advocate, Z Magazine, the Utne Reader, Slate.com, MSNBC.com, and others. He has also worked for National Public Radio. In May 2008 he was presented with a first place award by the Los Angeles Press Club for editorial cartooning. In May 2010 he was awarded the prestigious Sigma Delta Chi Award for Editorial Cartooning from the Society of Professional Journalists and most recently won the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Award in May of 2011. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife and twin daughters.

Recent Press:

Interview with Mr. Fish on TruthDig.com

LA WEEKLY: Events

ARTWEEK.LA: Go Fish, Mr. Fish

HUFFINGTON POST: Finding Common Ground Through Art


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LES EXPERTS (Saison 15) L’ULTIME SAISON

TITRE ORIGINAL : C.S.I.: Crime Scène Investigation Season 15 Final Season

LANGUES : Français / Anglais

SOUS-TITRES : Français

IMAGES : Couleurs

ANNÉE : 2014/2015

TITRES ET DURÉES DES ÉPISODES :

DVD 1 :

01 : Castor et Pollux (The CSI Effect) : 41mn07s
02 : Mauvaise herbe (Buzz Kill) : 40mn59s
03 : Le Virus dans le sang (Bad Blood) : 40mn58s
04 : Mauvais sorts (The Book of Shadows) : 41mn08s

DVD 2 :

05 : Le Trouble-fête (Girls Gone Wilder) : 39mn36s
06 : Le Paradoxe des jumeaux (The Twin Paradox) : 40mn50s
07 : Traitement de choc (Road to Recovery) : 40mn02s
08 : Drôles de dames (Rubbery Homicide) : 41mn09s

DVD 3 :

09 : À l'ombre (Let’s Make a Deal) : 40mn51s
10 : Dernier billard (Dead Rails) :
11 : L'Homme missile (Angle of Attack) :
12 : Les Bois éternels (Dead Woods) :

DVD 4 :

13 : Jumeaux féroces (The Greater Good) :
14 : Collectionneurs de crimes (Merchants of Menace) :
15 : Mort dessinée (Hero to Zero) :
16 : La Belle au bois d'argent (The Last Ride) :

DVD 5 :

17 : Comme deux gouttes d'eau (Under My Skin) :
18 : Le Début de la fin (The End Game) :

PAYS : U.S.A. / Canada

GENRE : Série Télé / Policier / Action / Thriller

SUPPORT : 5 Dvd

BONUS :

Suivre Les Indices :

Les Scènes De Crime Du Tueur :

La Maison De Poupées :

Voitures De Collection :

Des Filles Et Des Gadgets :

Dernier Round Pour Stokes :

Scènes Coupées :

INTERDICTION : Accord Parental

SORTIE DVD FRANCE : 27 janvier 2016

PREMIÈRE DIFFUSION TÉLÉ EN FRANCE : 18 mars 2015 Sur TF1

ÉDITEUR : TF1 Vidéo

DISTRIBUTEUR : Paramount Home Entertainment France

HISTOIRE :

01 : Finlay doit faire face à une bombe placée dans sa voiture, tandis que Russell reçoit un appel de quelqu'un qui prétend être le tueur de Gig Harbor.

02 : L'équipe des Experts enquête sur le vol et la fusillade mortelle dans un magasin de marijuana médicale.

03 : Sara et Greg sont envoyés dans l'appartement d'un fanatique tué par balle. En observant de plus près le corps, il semble que la victime soit atteinte d'une fièvre virale.

04 : Un professeur de chimie meurt après avoir été brûlé vif dans un lycée de Las Vegas. Les indices mènent rapidement les experts sur la piste des sorciers de Wicca.

05 : Morgan, Sara et Finlay essayent de se détendre lors d'une conférence de médecine légale lorsque des tirs de masse se produisent sur place.

06 : Une équipe d'Experts frustrée continue son enquête sur le tueur de Gig Harbor quand une autre victime est retrouvée morte.

07 : L'équipe enquête sur la mort d'une femme avec un fort taux d'alcool et de drogues retrouvée dans la piscine d'un centre de désintoxication.

08 : L'équipe des Experts plonge dans le monde des « poupées en caoutchouc » quand ils enquêtent sur le meurtre d'un homme poignardé dans une ruelle.

09 : Lors d'une émeute à la maison d'arrêt du comté de Clark, le corps sans vie d'un détenu est retrouvé dans une blanchisserie.

10 : L'équipe enquête sur les circonstances entourant le meurtre d'une victime qui est morte 2 fois plutôt qu'une.

11 : Les Experts enquête sur une victime recouvert d'éclats de verre. Les indices les conduiront dans le monde de l'aéronautique.

12 : Les Experts rouvrent un dossier datant de 10 ans dans le cas d'un meurtre-suicide quand le seul survivant prétend que son père accusé était innocent.

13 : L'équipe apprend que son principal suspect dans l'affaire Briscoe sera libéré en raison de manques de preuves.

14 : Quand un meurtre a lieu dans un centre de congrès où les gens recueillent des souvenirs macabres, les Experts mènent l'enquête.

15 : Les Experts enquêtent sur le meurtre d'un jeune homme qui s'habillait en super-héros.L'équipe enquête sur la mort d'une victime recouverte d'une peinture argentée.

16 : Les Experts enquêtent sur les circonstances entourant un meurtre et l'enlèvement de deux adolescentes.

17 : Les Experts enquêtent et font face au tueur de Gig Harbor dans une confrontation finale, au cours de laquelle ses véritables intentions et ses motivations sont enfin révélées.

18 : Nick Stokes à la possibilité de devenir le nouveau chef d'une nouvelle équipe, ce qui signifie quitter l'équipe.

MA NOTE : 08/10

VU LE : Mercredi 10 Février 2016 / jeudi 11 Février 2016

ANECDOTE :

La musique du générique Who Are You est interprété par le groupe The Who. Les autres séries Les Experts recèlent chacune une chanson de ce groupe au générique (Won’t Get Fooled Again pour la série de Miami et Baba O'Riley pour celle de Manhattan).CBS annonce le 8 mai 2015 qu'un téléfilm de deux heures conclura la série à la rentrée 2015. Une date a été avancée : le 27 septembre 2015 avec la participation de William Petersen ainsi que Marg Helgenberger pour les adieux de la série. Le titre est Immortality.

Opening Reception for ELEVEN by Rob Setrakian

E6 Gallery / Robert Berman Gallery Presents

Rob Setrakian

ELEVEN

November 11th - December 31st, 2011

Opening Reception: 11/11/11 from 6-9pm

With Special Musical Performance by Sofi Rox from 7-9pm


OCTOBER 2011, SAN FRANCISCO, CA. – The temporal has an illusive, magical quality in art, relating to everything from the amount of time it takes to make a particular work to the sense of time that work creates in a viewer. Pure gestures born of the relationship between painter and materials, Rob Setrakian’s paintings possess timeless characteristics, yet he’s often invoked the momentary in the titles of his solo exhibitions, such as Chronologies, Current Destinations and last year’s show at Robert Berman/E6 Gallery, Present Tense.

In ELEVEN.  Setrakian’s art reaches a new intensity and specificity in terms of time. “Sometimes as you walk down the path you look straight ahead and take in the moment and the future,” he says.  “Then you look back and take in the moment and the past, on all levels. That is how it has felt in the studio this last go-round.” Through three collections of eleven (eleven oils on paper, eleven oils on canvas, and eleven monotypes) Setrakian brings his formidable skills as a painter to bear upon darkness and illumination, vitality and mortality. The result adds to a still-relevant tradition of Californian abstract expressionist painting while relating visually to the revived presence of poetry, particularly lyrical poetry, within the Bay Area.

While ELEVEN. marks a day when the calendar lines up a series of numerical ones – signaling beginnings – the show also collects paintings created by Setrakian since the death of significant loved ones, including his mentor Nathan Oliveira, who had a “profound” impact on his development from the point that they first worked together in Italy in 1986. Fittingly, ELEVEN. arrives in the immediate wake of an acclaimed exhibition of Oliveira’s last canvases (at John Berggruen Gallery), demonstrating that his spirit and influence remains alive. In life and on canvas, his fellow painter Setrakian passes through fatal scenes to develop character and a vivid sense of past, present, and future experience.

Vivid experiences are guaranteed at ELEVEN..’s opening reception, a momentous family affair where the unveiling of Setrakian’s art will be matched with an album-release performance by his daughter, the ukulele-based folk and pop singer-songwriter Sofi Rox. Many of the themes present in Setrakian’s paintings take melodic form in Sofi Rox’s music, which harkens back to Woody Guthrie while incorporating the sort of soulful, expressive vocalization normally found in torch songs. ELEVEN. doesn’t avoid what Setrakian calls the “death scenes” of painting, nor those of daily life. But it passes through them to discover opportunity and scenes of energetic activity. Join the artist and his daughter at a dynamic opening event on Friday, November 11th, or meditate upon his command of matter and light during the quieter weeks that follow

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Publish Date: August 14, 2015
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Set in the 1980s, teenage Jude (Asa Butterfield) moves from Vermont to New York City to live with his father (Ethan Hawke) in the punk-fueled East Village. Caught in the chaos of city life, Jude and his friends, Eliza and Johnny (Hailee Steinfeld and Emile Hirsch) try to hide a secret in a neighborhood on the verge of riots. From the Academy Award Nominated directors of AMERICAN SPLENDOR, and also starring Julianne Nicholson, Emily Mortimer and Avan Jogia; 10,000 SAINTS features a fantastic soundtrack featuring R.E.M., The Cure, The Replacements, Sting, and more.

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Recent Works by Lauren Marsolier and Marc Fichou


EXHIBITING HYPER-REAL AND HYBRID REALITIES
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 24th from 6pm–9pm

San Francisco, September 7, 2011 – On Saturday, September 24, 2011, E6 Gallery will celebrate the opening of Recent Works by Lauren Marsolier & Marc Fichou.  In their first San Francisco exhibit, French artists Lauren Marsolier and Marc Fichou individually address what they describe as “the viewer’s relationship to viewing images.”

Responding to our present day simulated environments and realities, Marsolier creates photographic images that are intentionally suspect, capturing, as she states, “a place that does not exist, a place without a history.”

Unlike traditional photography, which seizes an instant of reality or a moment in time, Marsolier’s images are shot in different places and times over the course of several months, then layered and blended until the real and fabricated become a singularly unique image. The resulting hyper-real photographs feel like viewing a place we know, but can’t quite identify.

It is this sense of disorientation in Marsolier’s work that deliberately inclines the viewer to contemplate the images as one would a painting, while curiously suspecting their fabricated nature. By contrast, Fichou’s featured body of work compels viewers to re-establish their relationship to subject and medium.

Attempting to reunite matter and its image, Fichou creates works containing their own memory, a record or recording of the past, blended with their material surface. His meticulous attention to the alchemy of that which is and that which was, is as Fichou notes, “a means to explore the conflict between escaping the real through the image and anchoring oneself to the real through matter.”

In Fichou’s recent works, instead of providing a window to an elsewhere as images commonly do, Fichou creates his images as a way to bring viewer’s attentions back to the materiality of the present, to the here and now. Inextricably interweaving matter and its image by embedding photographs and videos within the very materials used to construct the imagery they depict, Fichou integrates a form of simultaneity into his artwork where images instead of detaching themselves from matter, reflect themselves upon it.