ART BREWER: "A Life in the Surf"

‘Art Brewer: A Life in the Surf’ comes to New York


Art Brewer: A Life in the Surf
Thursday, November 4, 6pm
SVA Theatre, 333 West 23 Street, New York City
Free and open to the public
Presented by Arts Abroad at SVA

www.sva.edu

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 21 October, 2010 : – - School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents a lecture by Art Brewer, one of the leading surf photographers and innovators in the industry for the past 30 years. Brewer will speak about his his body of work documenting surf culture around the globe and his decades of experience as “the court painter” for the world’s surfing elite.

Brewer is known for both his mastery of the numerous technical and physical challenges involved in surf photography and the expressive quality of his images, which some have described as “portals to a vastly improved universe.” The event will be held on Thursday, November 4, 6 – 8pm, at the SVA Theatre, located at 333 West 23 Street, New York City. The lecture is presented by the Arts Abroad Program at SVA in conjunction with a new course Art Brewer is teaching on Action Surf Photography in Rincon, Puerto Rico.

A largely self-taught photographer who once studied with Ansel Adams, California native Art Brewer began his photo career as a teen shooting local Laguna Beach surfers and freelancing for Surfer magazine. He subsequently served as staff photographer, darkroom artist and photo editor for the magazine until the mid-80s. Since then Brewer has been traveling around the world in search of waves and the surfers that chase them. His portfolio spans photojournalism, portraiture and fine art photography in addition to commercial location work.

Brewer’s photographs have been exhibited worldwide, including at the Earl McGrath Gallery in New York, the Laguna Art Museum in California, and the São Paulo Mostra Internacional de Arte e Cultura Surf in Brazil. His images have appeared in hundreds of magazines including Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, Esquire and Playboy.

His books include Masters of Surf Photography: Art Brewer (The Surfers Journal, 2002) and Bunker Spreckels: Surfing’s Divine Prince of Decadence (1949-1977) (Taschen Books, 2007). Brewer is currently working on a documentary film on the life of Bunker Spreckels, slated to have its premier later in 2010.

Brewer’s corporate clients include: Pepsi; Nike; Volkswagen; Kodak; Quicksilver; Dasanti; Yamaha; Propel; Suzuki; Sony/Columbia-Tristar; Continental Airlines; Gatorade; Casio; Mattel Toys and SeaDoo Personal Watercraft.

 

ART BREWER: “A Life in the Surf”

‘Art Brewer: A Life in the Surf’ comes to New York


Art Brewer: A Life in the Surf
Thursday, November 4, 6pm
SVA Theatre, 333 West 23 Street, New York City
Free and open to the public
Presented by Arts Abroad at SVA

www.sva.edu

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 21 October, 2010 : – - School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents a lecture by Art Brewer, one of the leading surf photographers and innovators in the industry for the past 30 years. Brewer will speak about his his body of work documenting surf culture around the globe and his decades of experience as “the court painter” for the world’s surfing elite.

Brewer is known for both his mastery of the numerous technical and physical challenges involved in surf photography and the expressive quality of his images, which some have described as “portals to a vastly improved universe.” The event will be held on Thursday, November 4, 6 – 8pm, at the SVA Theatre, located at 333 West 23 Street, New York City. The lecture is presented by the Arts Abroad Program at SVA in conjunction with a new course Art Brewer is teaching on Action Surf Photography in Rincon, Puerto Rico.

A largely self-taught photographer who once studied with Ansel Adams, California native Art Brewer began his photo career as a teen shooting local Laguna Beach surfers and freelancing for Surfer magazine. He subsequently served as staff photographer, darkroom artist and photo editor for the magazine until the mid-80s. Since then Brewer has been traveling around the world in search of waves and the surfers that chase them. His portfolio spans photojournalism, portraiture and fine art photography in addition to commercial location work.

Brewer’s photographs have been exhibited worldwide, including at the Earl McGrath Gallery in New York, the Laguna Art Museum in California, and the São Paulo Mostra Internacional de Arte e Cultura Surf in Brazil. His images have appeared in hundreds of magazines including Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, Esquire and Playboy.

His books include Masters of Surf Photography: Art Brewer (The Surfers Journal, 2002) and Bunker Spreckels: Surfing’s Divine Prince of Decadence (1949-1977) (Taschen Books, 2007). Brewer is currently working on a documentary film on the life of Bunker Spreckels, slated to have its premier later in 2010.

Brewer’s corporate clients include: Pepsi; Nike; Volkswagen; Kodak; Quicksilver; Dasanti; Yamaha; Propel; Suzuki; Sony/Columbia-Tristar; Continental Airlines; Gatorade; Casio; Mattel Toys and SeaDoo Personal Watercraft.

 

FUCK YOU ALL art show featuring GLEN E. FRIEDMAN and SHEPARD FAIREY

Glen E. Friedman, one of skateboarding’s most iconic photographers is linking up with mega street artist Shepard Fairey in San Francisco for an art show featuring original works and collaborations by the two artists.  Cruise out to 941 Geary Gallery for a night of amazing art and photography.

2ND ANNUAL AL CARTER MEMORIAL SKATE JAM & RAMP CONTEST

Stability Skate Park in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is hosting the 2nd Annual Al Carter Memorial Skate Jam & Contest.  They will be having blind auctions from local artists and merch will be for sale in the shop.  Food and Drink.  Street Contest.  Ramp Contest.  Best Trick Contest in Street, Bowl & Ramp.  A shit load of fun for an amazing cause.  – JESS BRAAM

WIN a Mike McGill re-issue from POWELL-PERALTA

WINNER : CLINTON PERRY (SAN FRANCISCO, CA)

Same rules apply.  Next ten orders at the Juice Online Store today will be entered to win this Mike McGill reissue deck from Powell-Peralta.  We’re stoked on Powell-Peralta and the smooth ride their boards always give.  Check out their website for more decks and apparel.

SPECS:

Shape: 160
Concave: Sp2
Length: 30.375″
Width: 10″
Wheelbase: 16.625″
Nose: 2.875″
Tail: 6.625″
Bottom: Screened

WIN a Mike McGill re-issue from POWELL-PERALTA

WINNER : CLINTON PERRY (SAN FRANCISCO, CA)

Same rules apply.  Next ten orders at the Juice Online Store today will be entered to win this Mike McGill reissue deck from Powell-Peralta.  We’re stoked on Powell-Peralta and the smooth ride their boards always give.  Check out their website for more decks and apparel.

SPECS:

Shape: 160
Concave: Sp2
Length: 30.375″
Width: 10″
Wheelbase: 16.625″
Nose: 2.875″
Tail: 6.625″
Bottom: Screened

THE TOTALLY BITCHIN' NIGHT OF THE DEAD 3

Alva is at it again presenting The Totally Bitchin’ Awesome Night of the Dead 3.  Show up in your best costume for some Halloween mayhem at the Exhibit A Gallery in Los Angeles.  It’s an RSVP only party so just over to the Exhibit A Gallery to get on the list.  – JESS BRAAM

THE TOTALLY BITCHIN’ NIGHT OF THE DEAD 3

Alva is at it again presenting The Totally Bitchin’ Awesome Night of the Dead 3.  Show up in your best costume for some Halloween mayhem at the Exhibit A Gallery in Los Angeles.  It’s an RSVP only party so just over to the Exhibit A Gallery to get on the list.  – JESS BRAAM

JUICE MAGAZINE DOSE OF skate: OCTOBER 25, 2010

NEWS FLASH! NEWS FLASH! NEWS FLASH! (Well sort of, not yet.)

This year is expected to be yet another exciting year for Team Pain Skate Parks. They’re expecting to produce some of their biggest and baddest work to date. So if you want to be kept in THE KNOW… Go ahead and subscribe at their website so we can keep you posted with current news on our projects for the coming year.

What you can expect from their News Flashes:
·         Field Reports: Showing behind the scenes photos of the Team Pain Crews hard at work
·         You Saw It First: See photos of private projects that are not available to the public
·         Completed Concrete, Wood & Specialty Projects
·         And more….

Juice is already on there and you should be too! – JESS BRAAM

JUICE MAGAZINE DAILY DOSE OF art : OCTOBER 18, 2010

Literally translating to “household of three” New Image Art’s latest exhibition “Ménage à trois” showcases the works of Steve Olson, Susanne Melanie Berry, and CR Stecyk III; three long-time comrades showing large-scale works, photographs and posters. Via underlying sexual innuendos this new show traverses the phenomenon of how the socio-cultural aspects of sex both influences and is derived from social norms, including the effects of political process and the mass media.

Olson’s bold imagery, layered textures, and deconstructed materials lend a playful dynamic between art and language while simultaneously critiquing contemporary society and our relationship with it. These processes are also reflected in CR Stecyk’s showcard ad-style images which he typically installs on random telephone poles and abandoned buildings. Susanne Melanie Berry presents a delicate photo series of women’s under garments as still-life’s. Using a Polaroid Land Camera and pull apart film, she creates one-off photographic documents that reveal the workings of an intimate relationship between the undergarments owner and the viewer as participating voyeur.

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