Monday, April 21, 2008

Art Show

Ry just sent me the link to an article on the art show that we went to up in LA on March 1st. I think I blogged about it then, but wanted to link the article so that you could check out the art work and the info written about it. The article is here.

Some of the article:

Graphic Convergence: Drawing Together Ed Fella and Geoff McFetridge

Two lines align: you can’t deny the pleasure of the words taken together. Two lines. A line. Align. And it’s not just pretty: the lines and their alignment constitute curator Michael Worthington’s central conceit—that the work of designers Ed Fella and Geoff McFetridge, who are separated by more than 30 years in age, as well as by method, worldview, technology, institutional foundation and culture, does indeed come together in interesting and productive ways, ways that move beyond mere chronology or the influence of one generation on another. “When you put the two of you end-to-end it forms a line that makes sense,” Worthington said in an interview with the artists. And his show, “Two Lines Align: Drawings and Graphic Design by Ed Fella and Geoff McFetridge” on view at REDCAT gallery in downtown Los Angeles through April 6, offers a huge collection of work spanning 40 years in support of his contention.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

i want another ryan mcclurg showing...i might even buy another piece of his art :)