tagged with: Mercer St. Medical
Everything is Going to Be OK - OUR KICKSTARTER SURPASSES GOAL, WHICH IS EXCELLENT. WE STILL HAVE ALL PLEDGE LEVELS AVAILABLE!June 9th, 2012 • Paul H-O
WE DID IT AND EVERYTHING ROCKS! WE ARE STILL RUNNING AN AFTER KICK WITH ALL REWARDS INTACT SO IT'S NOT TOO LATE - BACK US AND GET ART, FILM, MUSIC AND AMAZING HEALTH IF YOU CAN FIND A GENERAL PRACTITIONER. ALL THE REWARD PLEDGE LEVELS ARE INTACT ON THE EVERTYTHING IS GOING TO BE OK - THE MERCER ST. MEDICAL CASE.
November 17th, 2011 • Paul H-O
ARTIST BRIAN ALFRED - Interview 1 > 5 mins
A few years back, he started to do well as an artist, first with New york art dealer Max Protetch, then Mary Boone, and then to London's mega gallery, Haunch of Venison. You can see his work on his website paintchanger.com. His work is a very distinctively skillful blend of painting, collage, and digital images that early on, focused on landscape but I first know him for his portraits that I saw in Mercer St. Medical, and worked back through his output to the work he is best known for. He was admired by his peers, known for extreme focus on his subject, a relentless work ethic and was approached by New York art dealers before he graduated. He'd encountered real interest for his work real fast, and deservedly so. The influences on his work run from Hokusai and Japanese woodblock print art to Warhol and Ruscha but of course there's more. (he grew up in Pittsburg PA) His work is clear, precise, and had gone though a palpable change since 9/11. It has, in many ways become neo-Orwellian. more »