NEW BLOG — paris
Posted by Bryn Kristi on
- Tags: Bastille Day, event, france, Paris, related-the-tall-trees-of-paris, related-tilikum-crossing, summer
Posted by Stefanie Marks on
Tall Trees of Paris features many amazing artists. We’ve compiled a list of updates, showcasing some of their recent and upcoming events! Rebecka Tollens Credit: Rebecka Tollens - Facebook Rebecka Tollens, Marie Pierre Brunel, and Wataru Kasahara presented their exhibition Daydream Darkness Disgrace at the Galerie Arts Factory on January 30th, 2017, with a special private meet and greet on February 11th. Credit: Galerie Arts - Facebook © Vanina Esdras The exhibition not only appeals to the sight, but to the touch and hearing as well. As translated from the Galerie Arts Factory Facebook page, “Presented during the...
- Tags: art, art event, Art Events, art show, artists, Painting, paris, related-the-tall-trees-of-paris, the tall trees of paris
Posted by Kaylee Pratt on
If you love Japanese culture, creative rebirth of tradition, or art in general, you’d be fascinated by Matt Wagner’s annual Ema show. The Portland-based curator of Hellion Gallery just wrapped up the third and final venue of this year’s display. But first things first: what are Ema? According to Japanese tradition, one of the first emperors would donate a black horse to a Shinto shrine to bring rain, or a white horse to end it. As time carried on, the tradition morphed into more financially manageable means, becoming what are now known as Ema. The word itself means “picture of a...
- Tags: art show, ema, france, hellion gallery, paris, related-the-tall-trees-of-paris, the tall trees of paris
Posted by Keely Burkey on
We at Overcup Press get (understandably) attached to the books we put out. Since publishing Matt Wagner’s Tall Trees of Portland, a luxurious art book showcasing dozens of artists living and working in Portland, Oregon, we started thinking: just how were these artists faring in the biggish city since the book’s publication in 2014? I had the great pleasure recently to answer this question with fine artist and tattooer Bradley Delay, one of the featured artists and an all-around great person. We talked about painting, tattoos, and everything in between. The interview has been shortened and edited for brevity. Keely:...
- Tags: art, bradley delay, compound gallery, featured, fecal face, france, historic tattoo, interview, koralie, matt wagner, paris, related-the-tall-trees-of-portland, tattoos, the tall trees of paris, The Tall Trees of Portland, traditional tattoo, upper playground
Posted by Rebecca Iglesias on
Cafés have always been bastions of egalitarianism in Parisian culture—spaces accessible to all for a small fee. But because many of those most frequented by Parisian’s literary and visual artists of the past, such as La Closerie des Lilas and La Palette, are now far more expensive, we looked to the artist's handwritten surveys in The Tall Trees of Paris: 42 Independent Artists Share Their City and Their Work by Matt Wagner to point us in the direction of modern cafés that are affordable on an artist’s budget. So, if you’re planning a trip to Paris this summer, whether you require a...
- Tags: alexone, art, aurore petit, cafe, cafe de l'industrie, l'aribus cafe, la closerie des lilas, la palette, monsieur qui, paris, related-the-tall-trees-of-paris, tall trees of, telescope, the tall trees of paris, travel