London Miles Gallery presents Chapter 3 of the Next Generation exhibition catalog. Featuring artists Mike Russek, Moki, Nathan DeYoung, Nouar, Pakayla Rae Biehn, Paul Barnes, Peter Taylor, Rebecca Hahn, Sarah Joncas ,Seth Armstrong, Stella Im Hultberg ,Timothy Karpinski, Tony Philippou, Tran Nguyen, Yosuke Ueno. The Next Generation- A new Chapter in Contemporary art is a group exhibition featuring new and original artworks from 45 International artists. Exhibition curated by Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles, California. Presented by London Miles Gallery in London, United Kingdom. Opening Reception is on June 11th, 2010 from 7pm to 11pm at Westbourne Studios. The exhibition will be on display until July 4th, 2010. For more information contact: London Miles Gallery. www.londonmiles.com
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Inside: Bob Marley 50th Birthday Tribute Issue, Damian Marley at 16, Ziggy Marley, Stephen Marley, Rita Marley, The Young Gongs, Don Taylor on his book Marley and Me Pt 1, more Books on Bob, Peter Tosh Memorial Park, Mafia & Fluxy, Neville Willoughby, Riot Squad, Barro, Bob Marley 50th Birthday Celebrations, Dennis Brown, Horace Andy, Ark Band, Israel Vibration, Dancehall Diva, Edi Fitzroy, Michael Rose, Jamaica, Yard Report, Reggae Report, M Peggy Quattro, Lee Abel, Carolyn Dent, Barbara Reuther, Andy Chertow, Danny Breakenridge, Patricia Meschino, Lee O’Neill, Papa Pilgrim, Sara Gurgen, Howard Campbell, Karie Russell, Professor Skank, Carter Van Pelt, Brian Jahn, Jan Salzman,
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Featuring Jaimie Alexander, Anisha Nagarajan, Kitten, Yelle, Peter, Bjorn and John,Good Charolette, Nico Tortorella,Grey Damon,Yara Martinez,Taylor Handley, Brooke Nevin,Zoe Twitt,Rebecca Taylor
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The official biography of Pete
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Match report of the Millers 0-0 home draw with the Bantams at the Don Valley Stadium
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Our anniversary issue, produced during a Creative Lab residency at the CCA, Glasgow. The journal takes the form of a map, charting responses to sound recordings and performances, in an ongoing exploration into how experiences of sound are represented and what is at stake in these representations. We invited people to respond to specific questions to frame responses. Our aim is to provoke an approach which draws on the associations people make, to discern how different kinds of experience coincide. Once mapped, these will emerge as a cartography of the many ways in which these explorations of sound are entangled in other worlds, through a montage of various and incompatible things and places. A staging post in an ongoing project, this journal includes responses from Daniel Spicer, Duncan Harrison and Martin Vincent. To see it in its original form as a continuous, fold-out map, look at our other documents...
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Peter max has undergone a significant transformation throughout his career. By analyzing the most famous Peter Max paintings and how they reflect changes in his values and artistes preferences we can better understand how this artist went from the “cosmic artist” of the 60s
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Nathan Taylor: The Poetics of Excess, Editors Emily Cloney & Michael Reid, articles Emily Cloney, John McDonald & Peter Hill, 178pp, 2012
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creativeOutlet: Las Pozas, Mexico modelBehavior: Sunny Moon/JK Models mainEvent: Christmas in NY, New Lost City NYE party @ 3rd Ward theTalk: AJ English, Rooney bigPicture: Peter Lytwyniuk/Studiolit, Faith Bowman, Terrence Taylor to submit email us at [email protected]
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Our lead feature this month just oozes quality. The 5 star Radisson Edwardian Hotel has to be experienced to be believed. Based in the old Free Trade Hall on Peter Street, this superb quality building is as much a museum as a hotel. Read about the chequered history of the building and how the conversion to a hotel has given it a new lease of life.
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