A few things from Nakatomi Inc. and Bottleneck Gallery in New York.
First off a local event here in Austin Texas. Nakatomi Inc, in conjunction with Foxing Quarterly is proud to announce a unique Art and Literature event this coming Thursday the 18th here in Austin, Texas!
Not only will this be the release party for the 3rd issue of Foxing Quarterly, which is Guest-Art-Directed by french artist and designer Yann Legendre. This will also be the American debut of Yann’s award winning print series – Flesh Empire – published in the USA for the first time by Nakatomi Inc.
Flesh Empire is 11 one-color images, each printed in a signed and numbered silkscreen edition of 50 world wide and available at the event. Each print will also have a 2-color split-fountain variant edition of ONLY 10 available first at the show.
Any remaining prints will be for sale on the Nakatomi website the following week.
Food, drinks, and music will be provided!
When: Thursday, July 18th
Where: 3109 Walling Dr. Austin, TX 78705
Please RSVP to the eventHERE.
Bottleneck Gallery’s upcoming show “Where Is My Mind.”
This Thursday from 8-9pm EASTERN time, Bottleneck Gallery will host an on-line pre-sale of their upcoming show- “Where Is My Mind.” The show opens officially in NYC this Friday at their gallery, but those of us not living in the area can get first crack at the prints!
Gallery runs from Friday, July 12th to Friday, July 26th with opening reception: Friday July 12th from 7 – 10pm Online Sales Begin Saturday July 13th ~ 12 Noon EST
Above is pictured Tim Doyle’s “TUNING” print inspired by the film Dark City.
Print measures 20×30, is signed and numbered in an edition of only 100, features a glow in the dark overlay, and a silver metallic ink map overlay of the Dark City subway system in the background.
We spot-checked the printing on this, and the glow ink is STRONG- it looks great in person.
All copies of the edition will be available at the gallery, so if it sells out there- no copies from the edition of 100 will be available later on Nakatomi.
And many more.
The gallery’s main focus is to support all emerging and established artists and to bring them exposure in New York City. In turn, we will be donating a portion of all proceeds from our solo and group exhibitions to a variety of charities.