After the close of Giant Robot's Post-It show, I received an envelope returning those that did not sell and post them here with the caveat that as a result they may be considered remaindered or less successful, although they are no longer for sale.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Friday, January 9, 2009
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
This Saturday at Richard Heller's gallery in Santa Monica, CA, Amy Bennett's exhibition of paintings titled At the Lake begins. Amy and I will be in LA for the opening (5-7pm Saturday, Jan. 10). If you are in the Los Angeles area, please, come see the work. The show will be up though Feb. 14th.
There are some preview images of the show up at Heller's site. If you click on the images the scans are actually quite big.
Posted by J. Bennett at 10:54 AM
Friday, January 2, 2009
Although this essay about Kramers Ergot 7 makes a few claims I disagree with, the writer takes an unusual approach to criticism, one that examines interesting similarities and differences between a few recent mainstream comics and the art comics anthology KE 7:
"And I think it's worth exploring "Kramers Ergot" through the lens of the typical comic book reader -- the one who reads a pile of superhero comics each month -- to look at how a generic DC book and a generic Marvel book may or may not intersect with the admittedly ambitious scope of the Buenaventura Press project. "