Happy International Women’s Day! Love, Eataly
Chopping and Grating on Flickr.
Cappuccino by Hajin Bae
Léon Spilliaert, The Bather, 1910
Here are some of the many post-its I drew for the Foxing Quarterly event. If they arrive on time you can see them at the Fantagraphics Bookstore on Wednesday, February 26. Ink, water, brush, nib, finger (yes, meown).
"I grew up in Chile. When I came to New York [in 1997] I was fascinated with the water towers, a very ‘New York thing’. The perfect image to represent all the topics I was thinking about." —Iván Navarro
Over the weekend NY1 interviewed the artist about his new site-specific installation, "This Land Is Your Land" in Madison Square Park. The exhibition opens this Thursday, and will remain on view through April 13, 2014.
To watch the NY1 segment, click here.
To learn more about Madison Square Park Conservancy’s Mad. Sq. Art, click here.
We’re looking forward to checking this out. From the release: This Land Is Your Land is a carefully chosen title for Navarro: it represents the vast expanse of the American landscape and a democratic society pursued by millions of people. Like Guthrie’s song, which repeats the phrase “This land was made for you and me,” Navarro’s hope is for access to this country by those who are foreign-born.