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70s 80s 90s 00s: An exhibition by Peter Sutherland


The Still House Group
481 Van Brunt Street
Unit #9D (4th Floor)
Brooklyn, NY 11231
May 8 – May 29, 2015


Peter Sutherland, everyone's favourite contemporary New York historian, has once again teamed up with everyone's favourite group of art alchemists to bring you 70s 80s 90s 00s, an exhibition at Still House's Red Hook residency gallery. It's been a few years since I've seen his work in person but it appears to be Sutherland's largest show to date. He seems to have put the space to work beautifully, as he continues his recent run of documenting the strange contrasts that exist within and between extreme sports cultures, urban living and the great outdoors; most likely from a viewpoint you've not before experienced.

The Still House Group


Atelier Ace Issue: Peter Sutherland Signed Print



01. 18 x 24 inches.
02. Hand numbered and signed.


New York-based artist, Peter Sutherland, has produced a limited print for the Ace Hotel shop in an edition of 100. I'm sure there are lots of us who can’t get our hands on one his inkjet originals, but for fans of his work on a budget, this print, entitled ‘Hittin’ the Dusty Trail,’ should make things a little easier – for the time being at least.

Available from Ace Hotel


Nieves at Analogue



01. Greenhouse Studies.
02. Final Bargain.


Analogue Books offer a great range of magazines, books and zines. They've currently got a nice stock of publications featuring some interesting illustrations and photography. Greenhouse Studies and Final Bargain are a couple of the nicest from Nieves.

Available at Analogue Books


Before The Wilds



—01. S.C.P., Ed. Varie & Tinker Street*.
—02. Nicholas Haggard.


Before The Wilds is a group show collaboration between S.C.P., Ed. Varie and Tinker Street* featuring the work of Ye Rin Mok, Nicholas Haggard, Peter Sutherland, Ben Pier, Matty Sidle, Estelle Hanania and Thobias Fäldt. This is one of those things that makes you wish you were in a particular city at a particular time. I first heard about it during the early planning stages and was in New York over the summer as it began to take shape. Sadly though, on the day of the opening, I couldn't be further away. The show runs until September 30th, but if you're in New York I definitely recommend going along this evening. An unbound catalogue with letterpress cover and insert print will be on sale, alongside a complete set of 7 letterpress prints, and a box set of t-shirts featuring the work of each artist and 7 hand numbered, signed prints. These items have been produced in very small quantities and are unlikely to be around for long.

Opening tonight: Ed. Varie, 208 E. 7th St., NY. 6-9pm.

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