August 22 2014

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3 posts tagged "Adam McEwen"

Marina’s Must-Haves: Adam McEwen’s Pink Print


Adam McEwen

On my wish list today is a print by British artist Adam McEwen. This work is part of charity ACRIA’s Unframed auction, which aims to raise funds for HIV research. Starting today, you can log on to and bid on a selection of artworks curated by Ales Ortuzar. The auction, which includes items from artists like Ryan McGinley, KAWS, and Mark Flood will close at ACRIA’s benefit on April 9. Will you help support the cause?

Adam McEwen’s Untitled, 2014, inkjet printed sponge mounted on an aluminum panel, 38 1/4 x 28 3/8 inches (97 x 72 cm). Bid now at

A New Reformation Period  


The Lower East Side-based shop Reformation debuted an expanded store space on Ludlow Street this summer. Next week, Reformation will celebrate the launch of its Web site,, with host Zoë Kravitz. For the occasion, artists Nate Lowman, Hanna Liden, Leo Fitzpatrick, and Adam McEwen designed funky, limited-edition T-shirts to benefit Grow NYC. Reformation gave the artists total creative control of the shirt designs, simply asking them to create something that expressed the artists’ current state of mind. Here, has the exclusive first glimpse of the shirts before they go on sale on on October 26.

Photos: Leo Fitzpatrick

blasblog from frieze: crowded houses


You would think when there were literally half a dozen parties going on last night in this town (a Sotheby’s opening, a Gagosian Gallery party, a Cartier dinner, etc. etc.), that space wouldn’t be an issue. Are there even that many people in London that can fill this many parties? Well, the answer, I found out the hard way, is yes. After schlepping all the way to East London—and I mean EAST—for the Fantastic Man party at Bistroteque, the man who opened the door of our taxi was polite enough to tell my and my fellow revelers (I had both Scarry sisters with me) to not even bother getting out of the car. They were at capacity, he explained, and weren’t letting anyone in, no exceptions. Fine. We stayed in the taxi (it would have been impossible to find another one) and headed to the next party: Lily Atherton and Gavin Brown’s shindig not far away. Same thing. But here, the lovely man at the door was running a one in, one out policy. Despite the queue and the (gasp!) pay bar, it was worth the wait. The lighting was dark—a good thing when you’ve been traipsing from party to party—and the performance from Man Like Me was just what the crowd wanted to hear. Said Adam McEwen, “I had a feeling this would be the party to be at. Gavin always does a good one.”

Photo: Derek Blasberg