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Tank Girl: 2 Girls 1 Tank

Written by Alan Martin

Art by Brett Parson

Tank Girl was my first comic.  I was around 12 or 13 years old and I remember being totally captivated by her brazen IDGAF-ness.  It seemed very important to me at a time when I was just starting to go through that rite of passage into womanhood, the one where grown men catcall you on the street and make you feel scared and shrink into yourself.  Tank Girl was not scared.  Tank Girl took up space.  Tank Girl wore a bra top if she felt like it and just go ahead, I dare you to catcall her. I’ll always appreciate my mom’s endless patience with my adolescent attempts to reinvent my wardrobe, and in many ways my attitude, in Tank Girl’s image (maybe not with bra tops, but still…).

All of this is to say, I basically wanted to be Tank Girl.  So it’s kind of crazy that 2 Girls 1 Tank is about an art gallerist named Mags who acquires Tank Girl’s tank and decides to become Tank Girl. (Before I worked at comiXology, I was an art historian.  IS THIS ABOUT ME?  Signs point to yes.)

I really like Brett Parson’s art (he also worked on 21st Century Tank Girl).  I know, I know, you love Jamie Hewlett.  I know.  Me, too. But Parson does an excellent job keeping the anarchist vibe of Hewlett’s Tank Girl in play while giving it his own style.  Stubborn Tank Girl purists should still check this book out, though.  Alan Martin’s writing is just what you want in a Tank Girl book.  It’s good, smart, vulgar fun, with lots of action and irreverence and friendship.  Or at least, I’m hoping things end with Tank Girl and Mags becoming BFFs.

Tia Vasiliou is a Digital Editor at comiXology. She drives an SUV, which is not quite a tank but pretty close plus she swears a lot so maybe there is still hope for her becoming Tank Girl…?

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TRIBAL series
20x24inches, 50x60cm
Mixed media on canvas (oil painting, oil pastels, and acrylic “colorjuice”)
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Behind the scenes with the making of “Maelstrom of The Soul”. Gallerists, Serious Art Collectors, Contemporary Art Consultants & Collection Managers for Exclusive Viewings of SinXero’s Complete Private Catalog, The New Private Collection & New Series in Production, E-mail Brian Maloney, Director of CUSP NYC Gallery (Tribeca) at: bmaloney@cusp-nyc.com. To Schedule Gallery Exhibits with SinXero: SinXeroArt@gmail.com (New Completed Paintings Will Not Be Posted On Website Nor Social Media) http://www.SinXero.com Currently exhibiting @cherylhazangallery (TriBeCa) & @norwoodclub (Chelsea) Representation by @cuspnyc #contemporaryart #abstractart #largescalepainting #gesturalabstraction #impastopainting #oilpainting #acrylicpainting #aerosolpainting #mixedmediapainting “Picasso had Guernica, I have The Bronx”. - SinXero

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Get Familiar with the Business Behind Art Galleries

“Art is the currency of the infinite. I’m rich, I should know.” — Pablo Picasso

The second installment in Artsy’s ongoing “The Art Market Series (in Four Parts)” documentary explains how galleries and gallerists do business. It tells the story of a business like any other: disrupted by the Internet, artists and gallerists are constantly and desperately trying to find new ways to work around outdated and outmoded modes and adapt to the art world’s ever-shifting landscape. Brand-name artists like Damien Hirst, for example, have opted out of relationships with über-gallerists like Larry Gagosian, who function as high-earning middlemen between the artistic creators and their consumers and customers. The logic is that while these gallerists present a lucrative business opportunity for artists, their name brands — Gagosian, Pace, David Zwirner — have come to eclipse those of the artists they claim to benefit. Instead, Hirst takes his newly-produced pieces directly to the consumer—buyers at the Sotheby’s auction house. This direct form of transaction can spell disaster for the artist, however, because cosigns from noted galleries are usually a boon for upcoming creators.

Art galleries have also had to adapt to the rapidly-expanding Internet of Things. Consider the following: in 2014, just 1% of the art world’s sales were conducted online; in the course of just one short year, that number jumped to 7%. Old-school gallerists and curators were haughty when assessing this new type of consumer, claiming that online art purchases would max out at a measly $5,000 USD just two years ago. As you may have guessed, that number has since ballooned to $25K USD in the span of just a couple short years.

Watch the documentary above to learn more about galleries and gallerists, courtesy of some of the art world’s foremost talking heads, including: Elmgreen & Dragset, Josh Baer, Stefan Simchowitz, and Sarah Thornton, and be sure to check out the first installment of the series to learn more about auction houses.

Read more at Hypebeast.com

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Bers’ setup. All photos courtesy Moving Pictures Gallery

Here’s a New Model for Selling Art with Bitcoin
by Alyssa Buffenstein

“For some collectors, words like “bitcoin” and “blockchain” sound way too Silicon Valley and far removed from the art world. But some gallerists are embracing these new technologies as the art market’s new frontier, like Eric Barry Drasin and Benton C. Bainbridge, realtime media artists intent on changing the way digital and new media art is bought and sold.”

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10 Must-See Gallery Shows Near SFMoMA

The newly renovated and greatly expanded SFMoMA (designed by architecture firm Snøhetta) is fast becoming an international destination for modern and contemporary art viewing. 

In addition to attracting more visitors to the Bay Area, the reopening of the museum has inspired leading gallerists (such as Anton Kern and Andrew Kreps) to open new spaces in San Francisco alongside their colleagues who have long helped shape the city’s cultural legacy—from 20th-century art expert John Berggruen, to curator of place-based art Cheryl Haines, to technology art champion Todd Hosfelt.

If you plan on being among the first to visit SFMoMA, a trip to some of the city’s most venerable galleries may be the perfect complement for your modern and contemporary art viewing. Including solo exhibitions for Bay Area legend Joan Brown, Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei and Op Art pioneer Bridget Riley, here are 10 May shows you won’t want to miss.


Ai Weiwei’s “Overrated” Survey at Haines Gallery’s Redesigned Space

Ai Weiwei, Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn (LEGO Bricks), 2015, LEGO bricks. Courtesy the artist and Haines Gallery, San Francisco. 


FraenkelLAB’s 1st Exhibition “Home Improvements,” Curated by John Waters

John Waters, Bill’s Stroller, 2014, umbrella lightweight stroller with silkscreened linen and spiked, leather belt. © John Waters. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York.


Anton Kern and Andrew Kreps’ Pop-Up Gallery at Minnesota Street Project

Installation view, 2016.


Bridget Riley’s 1st Exhibition in San Francisco at John Berggruen Gallery

Bridget Riley, Myrrh, 1985, oil on canvas. © Bridget Riley 2016. All rights reserved.


John Preus’ Functional Works (Made of Salvaged Materials from Recently Closed Public Schools) at Rena Bransten Gallery

John Preus, Civil Defense-Partial Dining Set (set of 2), 2015, salvaged furniture from closed Chicago Public Schools.


Provocateur Patricia Piccinini’s 1st Solo Exhibition on the West Coast at Hosfelt Gallery

Patricia Piccinini, Boot Flower, 2015, silicone, fiberglass, human hair. Courtesy the artist and Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco. 


“Scratches, Spit and Vinegar: A Group Show Curated by Ed Ruscha” at Crown Point Press

Wayne Thiebaud, Diagonal Ridge, 2011, drypoint. 


Teresita Fernández’s “Small American Fires” at Anthony Meier Fine Arts

Teresita Fernández, Charred Landscape (America), 2016, charcoal. 


“Artist’s Studios: From Picasso to Jeff Koons” by Damian Elwes at Modernism, Inc.

Damian Elwes, Matisse’s Studio, Collioure, 2005-2015, acrylic on canvas.


Bay Area Icon Joan Brown’s Expressive Portraits at Anglim Gilbert Gallery

Joan Brown, Adventures of a Woman #2, 1975, enamel on canvas.


Nineteensixtyeight @1968photography is a new online gallery curated by gallerist Isabella Brancolini and editor Elizabeth Breiner, with prints available from phenomenal contemporary artists. This utterly irresistible image by Charles-Henry Bédué is one of the prints for sale from the series ‘Domaine de La Marguerette,’ for which the artist captured his childhood home. Browse more at @1968photography. Image © Charles-Henry Bédué, courtesy of the artist and nineteensixtyeight. // #bulldog #dogsofinstagram #art #fineart #portrait #childhood — Photo by featureshoot

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TRIBAL series, into the wild !
Oil paint and olinpastels waiting for my “colorjuice” on the top.
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Landmark (Ready Made) Industrial Sculptures salvaged from The Old Forte Apache Courthouse in The South Bronx by J. “SinXero” Beltran. Gallerists, Collectors, Contemporary Art Consultants & Collection Managers, All inquiries regarding SinXero’s complete private catalog & for exclusive viewings of The New Private Collection & New Series in Production, E-mail Brian Maloney, Director of CUSP NYC Gallery (Tribeca) at: bmaloney@cusp-nyc.com. Gallery Exhibits: SinXeroArt@gmail.com (New Completed Paintings Will Not Be Posted On Website Nor Social Media) http://www.SinXero.com Currently exhibiting @cherylhazangallery (TriBeCa) & @norwoodclub (Chelsea) Representation by @cuspnyc #readymadeart #industrialdesign #industrialart “Picasso had Guernica, I have The Bronx”. - SinXero Photography by @lisaanngram

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“He was very anxious that his work be seen and preserved,” says San Francisco gallerist Robert Tat of the late photojournalist Charles Gatewood (1942-2016). This image is from Gatewood’s iconic ‘Wall Street’ series, shot in the early #1970s.  Image © Charles Gatewood, courtesy Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley and Robert Tat Gallery // #charlesgatewood #manhattan #nyc #wallstreet #financialdistrict #blackandwhiteisworththefight — Photo by featureshoot

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Barbara Hepworth IV
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