Monday, October 8, 2012

This Land Is Your Land

Blah Blah Blah Freedom N' Shit oil pastel on paper 46" diameter 2012
This Land Is My Land oil pastel on paper 46" diameter 2012
Low Rates On Your Salvation oil pastel on paper 46" diameter 2012

The Myth Of Utopia Featured On Escape Into Life!

Both John and Terrence's work is featured on the fantastic arts blog Escape Into Life this month in anticipation of the upcoming show! Check out the post on the Escape Into Life.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Thanks for Posting The SHow Art Cake!

Kind words and a preview of the show on The Art Cake!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

John Diebel On It's Nice That

John Diebel's stunning geometric collages ooze Bauhaus perfection Posted by James Cartwright, Thursday 27 September 2012
Minneapolis resident John Diebel spent most of the 1980s living in and around Berlin. As anyone who’s ever visited the city will know, the experience of immersing yourself in one of Europe’s most unique cultures has something of a lasting effect. For John Berlin’s legacy was felt most profoundly in his artwork and the architectural representations the city’s streets inspired.
John’s geometric collages ooze Bauhaus perfection. Constructed from layers of carefully crafted vintage papers they represent an architectural ideal long since abandoned by Berlin’s inhabitants. The faceless tower blocks, empty plazas and wide streets are powerfully evocative of the former Eastern Bloc and the utilitarian ideals that governed the post-war era, compounded by the billboards of an unknown dictator foxing his gaze on the deserted streets.
Check out the full article with photos on the Its Nice That page

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

The Myth Of Utopia Featured In The City Pages Fall Arts Guide

Check out the great write up in the new fall arts guide from City Pages

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

The Myth Of Utopia on Paper Darts!

Paper Darts Magazine showered us with kindness on their blog yesterday, thanks so much! We have long been fans of their publications and what they do for the creatives in this city so check out their thoughts on the upcoming show on the Paper Darts Blog.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Tug On My Shroud And You Can Live Forever

oil pastel on paper 48" x 48" each panel 2012