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Gary Panter Exhibit and Reception Sept. 4th
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Things to seeGary Pantereventsart showsart 7 Aug 2014 1:25 PM

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(From Panter's 2013 Fredericks & Frasier exhibit) 

Thursday, September 4th 

Influential cartoonist, painter, and professor, Gary Panter, will be celebrating his newst work during an art exhibition at Fredericks & Frasier Gallery with an opening reception on September 4th, from 6-8 PM!

Surreal pop art, with a day-glo vibe. Or expressionistic sci-fi and punk cartoons. Maybe imaginative, and super saturated set designs. How about shoe illustrator? All of these things describe the award winning artist throughout his extensive and impressive career. Be a part of the brilliant madness with his third exhibition installment at the Chelsea gallery, that will open early on August 26th, and run through September 27th. Featuring original paintings and bead lists, which aesthetically sounds like the best thing ever. 

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Fredericks & Freiser Gallery 536 W 24th St NY, NY 10011 

 

 

This Week in Fantagraphics Events 8/4-8/10
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Jim WoodringFantagraphics Bookstoreevents 5 Aug 2014 9:29 PM

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Wednesday, August 6th

 

  • The Fantagraphics Bookstore is a happening place this week, and we're starting that party early by holding a reception for exceptional Toronto cartoonist, Georgia Webber. From 6-9:00 pm, get aquainted with one of your new favorite artists, as she debuts work from the web-serialized, autobiographical story, "Dumb". A terrifying true-story about losing her voice, and trying to not lose her mind, all while learning to cope and heal.
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Saturday, August 9th
  • Now in stores! Come celebrate the release of JIM with none other than Jim! (Woodring that is.) Part anthology, part retrospective, Jim is his namesake's cartoon alter-ego, traversing the surreal and phantasmic landscape we've come to love and admire in his other work. A collection of comics, prose, and drawings that give great insight to one of the most mind-bending, and influential artists of the age. Pick up this beautiful new hardcover at our signing from 6-8:00 PM! (More details)

 

LA: Road to Comiccon MEGA SIGNING
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Jaime HernandezGilbert Hernandezevents 14 Jul 2014 11:30 AM

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Saturday, July 19th 

To call this a mega signing might actually be selling this Meltdown Comic event short. Their week of preview events leading up to San Diego Comic-con is kicking off with a signing that literally has too many people to fit on a marquee, and they're not even done adding more comic super stars!

But here are just a few of the people you can expect to chit chat with this Saturday:

Jaime HernandezGilbert Hernandez, Gerard Way, Becky Cloonan, Jim Mahfood, Eric Esquivel, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Felipe Smith, Hannah Partlow, Tom Pinchuk, and the best up-and-coming comic talent, Natalie Hernandez. Plus many others yet to be added. 

Both Hernandez bros have some new books out that have been blowing up the critics lists and quickly becoming fan favorites. Pack up your copies of The Love Bunglers, and Luba and Her Family, and head on down to Meltdown Comics. If you're going to SDCC, this will give you a little preview of what's to come, and if you're not going, this will ensure you get to hang out with some of the best. Everyone's welcome! 

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Party starts at 2 pm. LA. Meltdown Comics. Be there.

Chapel Hill: Signing with Piskor, Rugg, Scioli
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Jim RuggeventsEd Piskor 11 Jul 2014 2:52 PM

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Saturday, July 12th

Just because it's last minute, doesn't mean it's not worth the mention, because according to this flyer, it's going to be the GREATEST SIGNING OF ALL TIME.

Beloved Chapel Hill Comics is switching ownership hands, but before current owner, Andrew passes off the keys, he's going out with a bang. Come help support local comic books stores, artists and the industry by hanging out with some of the best in the biz. We're patiently waiting for the second volume of Ed Piskor's New York Times BestsellerHip Hop Family Tree. But in the mean time, he's taking the time to sign books with fellow comic artists Jim Rugg, who contributed to Mome Vol. 22, Tom Scioli, and Adhouse publisher, Chris Pitzer.

Celebrate the old, ring in the new, and party with Piskor and the gang (the name of my new hip-hop crew).

Party kicks off at 6 pm! With food! 

New York! Cinders Gallery Celebrates 10 Years
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Things to seeRon Regé JreventsEsther Pearl Watsonart shows 9 Jul 2014 9:36 AM

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Thursday, July 10th

Beloved multi-media Brooklyn gallery, Cinders, is celebrating 10 years of not just existing, but of bringing a community together through their diverse group of artists. This special anniversary show, A Decade of Decadunce (+10 pun points), features an impressive list of artists who have helped shape them over the past 10 years into the non-profit art organization they are today. Check out this lineup:

Maya Hayuk, Brian Chippendale, Diane Barcelowsky, Allyson Mellberg, Jocko Weyland, Jungil Hong, Esther Pearl Watson, Kyle Ranson, Blok, Jim Tozzi, Travis Egedy, Matt Furie, Anna Hellsgard, Ron Rege Jr., and Ric Ocasek (lead singer of the CARS!), plus many many many more. This list just scratches the surface.

Ron Rege Jr. was also the gallery's June Artist of the Month (an excellent choice), and you should read their interview with him to hear more about his airy, and magical cartooning style. 

Opening reception party kicks off Thursday, July 10th, from 7-10 pm, with DJ Dave Potes, at the Dossier Outpost on the South Street Seaport in Manhattan. A beautiful, colorful building that's the perfect location for a beautiful Thursday night party!

 

This Week in Fantagraphics Events 7/7-7/13
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Things to seeKevin AveryFantagraphics BookstoreeventsEsther Pearl WatsonEleanor Davisart shows 8 Jul 2014 2:40 PM

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Wednesday, July 9th

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Saturday, July 12th
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Sunday, July 13th
  • Seattle, WA: If you've decided to follow Eleanor Davis on her book tour like so many dirty hippies, you'll be delighted to know that she AND Esther Pearl Watson, author of the beloved series, Unloveable, will be combining forces and blowing us all away with a reception and signing at the Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery from 3-5 pm. Coinciding with the Georgetown Garden Walk, this is the neighborhood to be in this weekend! (More details)

 

Park City, UT: Kevin Avery Signing
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Kevin Averyevents 25 Jun 2014 10:31 AM

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Saturday, July 12

Paul Nelson was a pioneer of music criticism and discovering acts of immeasurable talent during the '60s and '70s; shinning a dirty light on acts like Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young.  When he mysteriously stepped out of his own journalistic spotlight, he left behind hundreds of unanswered questions and as many writings. Kevin Avery has spent years trying to answer those questions and does so through hundereds of interviews with those who knew Nelson best: friends, family, and artists, culminating in the anthology/biography, Everything is an Afterthought: The Life and Writing of Paul Nelson.  

On Saturday, July 12th from 6 to 7:30 pm you can catch up with Kevin Avery at the lovely, and esteemed, Dolly's Bookstore of Park City, Utah, complete with the cutest bookstore kitties you ever did see. (Bookstore cats are only second to bodega cats.) 

Avery will also be signing copies of his book Conversations with Clint: Paul Nelson's Interviews with Clint Eastwood, 1979-1983

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(See? Adorable) 


 

Your Guide to Pride (Comics)
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Wandering SonLove and RocketsDavid Wojnarowicz 24 Jun 2014 3:24 PM

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Seattle loves parades. But what we love more than parades is PRIDE! In downtown Seattle this Sunday, June 29th, you can found yourself doused with glitter, families, and suggestive floats. (The gay goth one is my favorite). We at Fantagraphics have always been committed to publishing stories of the daily lives, the complexities, the struggles, and the joys that have been represented through our diverse artists, drawing light on an ever-changing LGBTQ community.

Looking to dip your toes, or dive head first into our collection that's as diverse at the people who created them? We've got a spectacular list to fit any book lover!

No Straight Lines 

  • The most comprehensive collection of queer comics covers FORTY YEARS of struggle, hope, pain, sex, identity, and love. Edited by Justin Hall, No Straight Lines embraces history, culture and the future in this impressive anthology. 
 
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  • One of the most interesting love stories I have ever come across. An autobiographical memoir about a professor who befriends, and then falls in love, with a man living on the streets. Full of tenderness, and enduring partnership admist the most unlikely of circumstances.  
 
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  • Being a tween is hard enough, but when you add gender identity, and transsexualism to the normal pains of puberty, you get a story that is loving and heartbreaking. Written with poetic sensitivity in spades, you might want to read this series with a tissue, or ten.
 
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  • Eisner nominee, GLBT Roundtable selection, and New York Times Bestseller. Artist David Wojnarowicz did not go silently into the night when he penned his story of living, and eventually dying of AIDS in NYC. This book is a testament to Wojnarowicz fierce advocacy for marginalized voices to be heard by friends, family, and the government. 
 
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  • Fun, sexy, girly erotica! 
 
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And our newest addition: Wuvable Oaf! Which is now available for pre-order
 
Have a fun, safe, Pride Week in Seattle, celebrating 40 years! 

 


   

Tulsa, OK: Jim Blanchard Art Show 6/21
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Jim Blanchardeventsart shows 19 Jun 2014 11:37 AM

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Saturday, June 21st

Usually art shows open with a fancy party, lots of chatting, wine drinking, art looking. But Jim Blanchard and the Dwelling Spaces Gallery in Tulsa, OK are mixing it up! Though the show opens this Saturday (June 21st), they're going to close out strong on July 17th at 6pm, the last day of the show, with Jim Blanchard in attendance to meet, greet, and have a good time.

Jim Blanchard has carved an impressive mark in the Seattle punk, art, and comics scene with original illustrations, band flyers, album art, The Stranger covers, and comics featured in books like Newave! and Treasury of Mini Comics

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If you find yourself in the Tulsa area during this gallery run, you need to do yourself a favor and see the vast array of paintings, posters, books, and some large gilcee prints that are also going to be available for purchase. But if you can't find yourself in the Tulsa area, you can also peep and/or purchase his work online!

 

Venice, CA: Going Graphic Opening Reception 6/22
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Ron Regé JrJordan Craneeventsart shows 19 Jun 2014 11:31 AM
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Sunday, June 22nd 
 
Celebrate LA cartoonists at the opening reception for Beyond Baroque's first ever comic show, Going Graphic! Sponsored and organized by enthusiastic champion of the comic's medium, Comics Juice. Meet and mingle with artists Ron Rege Jr.Jordan Crane, Tom Neely, and others. Then settle in for laughs as the attending artists read pieces from their work. 
 
Beyond Baroque is a renowned literary and arts center/performance space/theatre/gallery/bookstore, located in the gorgeous old city hall building of Venice, CA. And they are pleased to be venturing into new territory with their first comic art gallery exhibit, highlighting LA's leading talent, and we're thrilled that some of our most exciting artists have been included! 
 
The exhibit will be on display until July 19th, 2014, but the FREE opening reception on Sunday, June 22nd will begin at 3 pm, with the once-in-a-lifetime reading slated to begin at 4 pm. 
 
Don't miss out on this community driven celebration of cutting edge cartooning work.  
 
 
 
 

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