Sunday, January 25, 2009

Issue 6- Clothing and/or Fashion now available!

Clothing and/or fashion is the theme for this issue because it was a subject I was reading about and thinking about myself....Hopefully this issue offers some new perspectives on clothing and/or fashion and offers new options for you to try on.

Issue 6 is the largest issue to date! It features collages by arists from North Carolina, Massachusetts, Michigan, Illinois and California. Issues are being mailed to contributors, or you can purchase it at

Here are some of the links and resources in issue 6!

Artists who deal with issues related to clothing and fashion and resources

Terese Agnew’s large photo-based image of a textile worker made entirely of clothing labels

Bernadette Corporation, fashion label, 1995-98

Made in USA, issues 1-3, 1999 - 2001

“We have always liked fashion for what it is--a seductive surface. Fashion magazines in general like to tell people, “this is cool, this is new, look at this.” New fashion magazines try to launch a new wave of cool. They are very fast. We are slow, slowing things down and getting lost in them. We are stuck on simple questions, like “What is a fashion magazine?” “What do they do everyday at Vogue?” When we think of a Fall Collection, we think of leaves on trees turning orange and red, of pumpkins and apples. When we think of fashion we think of an atom smasher the size of Texas, and the option of wearing smashed atoms to school, the office, a date, etc.”

Ryan McGuinness’s Destroy shirt and Jenny Holzer’s shirts at Printed Matter,

Reap What You Sew

Retail Action Project

How Susie Bayer's T-Shirt Ended Up on Yusuf Mama's Back

By George Packer

Sewing Rebellion-

Lisa Anne Auerbach’s D.D.I.Y

Andrea Zittel’s Smock Shop

Lisa Anne Auerbach

Jean Shin, Projects 81

Cat Chow


The Object of Labor Art, Cloth, and Cultural Production Edited by Joan Livingstone and John Ploof

Exhibitions- Collage or clothing/fashion-related

Pleasure Seeker Tory Wright

February 2009, Lump Gallery / Projects, Raleigh NC,

The Essential Art of African Textiles: Design Without End

September 30, 2008–April 5, 2009, The Metropolitan Museum of Art{6EB15EDD-CFF8-4E7B-AA28-573CAB5230D5}

Yinka Shonibare, 100 Years, 2000

Sokari Douglas Camp, Nigerian Woman Shopping, 1990


Second Lives: Remixing the Ordinary

September 27, 2008 - April 19, 2009, Museum of Arts and Design, New York,/greater%20than/,/0/,/false/,/true&action=advsearch&style=single&currentrecord=4

The Poetry of Scissors and Glue

Holland Cotter, September 14, 2008

The pre-eminent American poet John Ashbery makes his solo debut as professional artist at 81, with a modest but polished exhibition of two dozen small collages.

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