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Art to see & buy at CCAD

A sample from photographer Chas Ray Krider’s “Days of Noir” series, a collection of intriguing mini-narratives and compositional connections. This Sunday, Chas will open up his studio for a holiday sale of Do Not Disturb, Motel Fetish and other books featuring his work, as well as unframed test prints of his collages and artfully kinky cheesecake photography for $50 or less. Proud to say I own several.
The sale takes place Sunday from noon to 5 at 219 King Ave. See more of Chas’ work here.

A sample from photographer Chas Ray Krider’s “Days of Noir” series, a collection of intriguing mini-narratives and compositional connections. This Sunday, Chas will open up his studio for a holiday sale of Do Not Disturb, Motel Fetish and other books featuring his work, as well as unframed test prints of his collages and artfully kinky cheesecake photography for $50 or less. Proud to say I own several.

The sale takes place Sunday from noon to 5 at 219 King Ave. See more of Chas’ work here.


Holiday Hop 2010: Happy Anniversary Forever by Clare Fox, at ROY G BIV’s Holiday Small Works show.

Holiday Hop 2010: Happy Anniversary Forever by Clare Fox, at ROY G BIV’s Holiday Small Works show.


Holiday Hop 2010: It is Called Stereopis by Jeremy Stone, at ROY G BIV's Holiday Small Works show

Holiday Hop 2010: It is Called Stereopis by Jeremy Stone, at ROY G BIV's Holiday Small Works show


Holiday Hop 2010: Untitled photo by Katelyn Cody, at Sean Christopher Gallery.

Holiday Hop 2010: Untitled photo by Katelyn Cody, at Sean Christopher Gallery.


Holiday Hop 2010: True Color Series - Boy by Christian Faur, at Sherrie Gallerie. Made of over 2000 hand-cast crayons. Sherrie will be hosting a full show of Christian’s amazing works in April.

Holiday Hop 2010: True Color Series - Boy by Christian Faur, at Sherrie Gallerie. Made of over 2000 hand-cast crayons. Sherrie will be hosting a full show of Christian’s amazing works in April.


Today at Wex: Cinematic curiosities

In his personal Facebook posts, Wexner Center Film/Video curator Dave Filipi has made no bones about sharing in the righteous indignation surrounding the Smithsonian’s decision to pull David Wojnarowicz’s Fire in My Belly from its Hide/Seek show of portraiture. While Smithsonian visitors are being left in the dark on this one - and anyone who tries to change the situation is asking for trouble - the Wex’s Film/Video staff has made last-minute arrangements to present Fire in My Belly in Columbus.

The 13-minute, 1989 work presenting a first-person perspective of the ravaging effects of AIDS on the LGBT community will screen today at 4:30 and 5:30 p.m., along with a short with background information and the four-minute edited version of the original piece, which was being presented in Hide/Seek. Discussion will follow the 4:30 show. I’ve seen a few minutes; although it’s dated in a way that speaks to the difficulties of working in a still-emerging, tech-reliant medium, the emotion behind it remains undiluted and fiery.

Then at 7 p.m. tonight, the Wex continues its terrific Secret Cinema series. The curators won’t say what the selection is - you just have to trust them. But they have offered a photo clue, pictured above.

Click here for more info on both programs. 


Ron Anderson at Kiaca Gallery thru 12/31

When Rivet's Scott Kuenzli introduced Bob and I to Scott Campbell during November Gallery Hop at the reception for his solo show, Scott C. doodled a little Mark Mothersbaugh on the print we purchased of his Devo/Space Invaders mash-up and mentioned a blog he’d recently started about great movie showdowns. I’ve yet to fulfill my promise to send him some suggestions, but I did get to check out the blog, and it’s a big treat for movie and lowbrow art lovers. Here’s his most recent post, inspired by Beetlejuice (caption below); the archive has some really fun and unexpected pairings, like the Chief and the sink from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Spinal Tap and a tiny Stonehenge statue, and Super Size Me's Morgan Spurlock vs. an Extra Value Meal.
Scott C.’s work is also available for gifting. Check with Rivet on original works, or read this blogspot post from Scott on other options online, including a 5-print set of “Showdowns” - but act fast to make the shipping deadlines.
scottlava:

“THAT is why I won’t do two shows a night anymore, I won’t.”

When Rivet's Scott Kuenzli introduced Bob and I to Scott Campbell during November Gallery Hop at the reception for his solo show, Scott C. doodled a little Mark Mothersbaugh on the print we purchased of his Devo/Space Invaders mash-up and mentioned a blog he’d recently started about great movie showdowns. I’ve yet to fulfill my promise to send him some suggestions, but I did get to check out the blog, and it’s a big treat for movie and lowbrow art lovers. Here’s his most recent post, inspired by Beetlejuice (caption below); the archive has some really fun and unexpected pairings, like the Chief and the sink from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Spinal Tap and a tiny Stonehenge statue, and Super Size Me's Morgan Spurlock vs. an Extra Value Meal.

Scott C.’s work is also available for gifting. Check with Rivet on original works, or read this blogspot post from Scott on other options online, including a 5-print set of “Showdowns” - but act fast to make the shipping deadlines.

scottlava:

“THAT is why I won’t do two shows a night anymore, I won’t.”


Opening for new shows at Hopkins Hall Gallery TONIGHT!