Drew Maillard and Theodore DeGraff graduated Kingston High School (NY) in 1992. There they studied mythology and made movies, hung around a comic book shop by day, and with the old PUNKs at night. This collaboration has been over 25 years in the making. Drew went on to the Army reserves and then earned a degree from the School of Visual Arts. He is a regular at the MF Gallery and his COELACANTH, featured here, was recently acquired to the permanent collection at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center. More:
CARPAZINE ART MAGAZINE ISSUE NUMBER 15 FEATURING:
Since I was a child I had difficulty with words, to learn my own idioms was a challenge. To be able to look back and notice, I learned Portuguese, Spanish, and English- wasn't easy. My mindset is to intrinsically connect with images. My passion is to talk through images. My creations come from a common place of observation and...More:
Cover Photo by Dick Mitchell, Alien transformation by Jay Freeman.
CARPAZINE 15 LAUNCH PARTY @ MF GALLERY!
SATURDAY JUNE 23RD, (7-10PM)
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The “Fernando Carpaneda: New Portraits” Opening Party, on Saturday June 23rd, (7-10pm) will also be the release party for Carpazine #15 which features Reverend Yolanda, a trans femme gender queer singer songwriter and Interfaith Minister of Music. Reverend Yolanda will be performing a few songs and signing magazines at the opening. Admission is free and open to all ages. MF Gallery is proud to be an Official NYC Pride Partner for this event.
MF Gallery is located at 213 Bond Street, between Baltic and Butler Streets in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn. Take the F or G to Bergen St., the A or C to Hoyt/ Schermerhorn, or the R to Union.
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Carpazine Art Magazine Issue Number 15 Featuring Exclusive Interview with Rev.Yolanda. More: Rob Ordonez, C.L.DeMedeiros, Michele Wiesen, Fernando Carpaneda, Drew Maillard, Theodore DeGraff, Gille Monte Ruici, Kirk Morgenegg, MF Gallery, Reptilians From Andromeda New Album "Dialogues For Monkeys" and many more!!
Paris’ Gille Monte Ruici’s bots are born into a second life. Starting from recovered worn metallic waste through screwing and bolting with no preconceived notions. A “visual instinct” guides a trunk, a wild glance, a pair of arms… either the final vision is immediate, or the idea of the potential must be matured and will emerge. The passionate upcycling of utility is reincarnated as unique artistic life diverted from its original vocation. More:
Roberto Ordóñez was born in México City on April 1972. He moved to New York City in 1998 following his dreams of becoming a Photographer and an Actor. He had several photography shows at NYC venues and Galleries such as: Munch Gallery, Avenue U Gallery, Leslie Lohman Museum and many more. His Fashion and Glamour photography is published in magazines such as: Metro, Time Out New York,Vicissitude, In the Red, Out in Jersey, A&U magazine and many More.
Kirk Morgenegg is an American itinerant multimedia artist. His work has been shown internationally and across the United States in private and public shows, from Venice, Italy to Venice, California.More:
Here at the Carpazine office we are excited to be listening to our favorite Istanbul garage punk new wave band Reptilians from Andromeda's new album: "Dialogues for Monkeys". The new album was released by Prof Sny Records (Czechia) on 22th January 2018. Ten songs of truth, lies, love, lust, life, death, drugs and revolution all mixed and mastered by Fran Ashcroft of legendary 70's British New Wave band The Monos!. The collaboration resulted in a spine tingling debut album. Ashcroft has worked with Damon Albarn (Blur, Gorillaz), Paul Cook (Sex Pistols), Dandy Warhols, and many more.
Michele Wiesen is a graphic designer, an illustrator, a printmaker, and a photographer… but mostly… she's just a semi-neurotic perfectionist who loves being busy. More:
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