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Rita McBride, ‘Bingo’ for Some Woolly Buzz

  Rita McBride Bingo, 2013 Rita McBride is an American artist living in Düsseldorf. Her work explores the production of public space and the reception of culture through sculptures that recreate familiar elements from our immediate environment. She is the Director of Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. 11 x 17 inches, published in an edition of 50  

Alejandro Cesarco for Some Woolly Buzz
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Alejandro Cesarco, ‘Us’ for Some Woolly Buzz

Alejandro Cesarco Us, 2013 Us is a photograph of a scarf which is based on a work by Marcel Broodthaers. Alejandro Cesarco is originally from Montevideo but lives and works in New York. He is the Editor of the Art Resource Transfer Press. Cesarco’s work examines relationships between words and images and between the ‘sayable’ and the visible. 8.5 x 11 inches, published in an edition of 50    

Brady Cranfield for Some Woolly Buzz
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Brady Cranfield, ‘Please, Leave Me Alone. Thank you.’ for Some Woolly Buzz

Brady Cranfield Please Leave Me Alone. Thank you., 2013 Vancouver’s Brady Cranfield is an artist, writer and musician. He is a Director of The Music Appreciation Society and is in the bands Womankind and Cranfield and Slade. 11 x 8.5 inches, published in an edition of 50

Kota Ezawa for Some Woolly Buzz
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Publication Studio Vancouver opens new space at 222 East Georgia Street with the exhibition Some Woolly Buzz

SOME WOOLLY BUZZ Rita McBride, Ian Wallace, Brady Cranfield, Rodney Graham, Derek Sullivan, Cate Rimmer, Arnaud Desjardin, Charlie Satterlee, Sonia Leimer, Dennis McNulty, Lyndl Hall, Dan Graham + Mieko Meguro, Lorna Brown, Urban Subjects (Sabine Bitter, Helmut Weber, Jeff Derksen), Sarah Pierce, Colter Jacobsen, Mina Totino, Kota Ezawa, James Hoff, Fiona Banner, Elspeth Pratt, Myfanwy MacLeod, Tim Lee, Alejandro Cesarco, Kim Kennedy Austin, Christian Mayer, Eileen Myles, Kevin Romaniuk, Jonathan Middleton, Lisa Robertson + Pascal… read more Publication Studio Vancouver opens new space at 222 East Georgia Street with the exhibition Some Woolly Buzz