Gunpowder Gray recently completed their most successful tour of playing over 30 dates up and down the East Coast making their way to the Lone Star State. Their new EP ‘Lethal Rock and Roll’ is the first release off of Atlanta based record label Midnight Cruiser Records. ‘Lethal Rock and Roll’ is available on vinyl or as a digital download. Click on either of the pics to get your hands on something Lethal, and Increase The Pressure!
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VENICE — Louis Vuitton is bringing a taste of Paris to Venice. Those who have not had the opportunity to see the striking Fondation Louis Vuitton building designed by Frank Gehry in the French capital will get a sense of it at the Espace Louis Vuitton in the Italian city.
An exhibition called “Fondation Louis Vuitton Building in Paris by Frank Gehry” was unveiled here Thursday to coincide with the opening of the Venice Architecture Biennale. An exhibition of scale models created by the Gehry Partners Studio that describe the creative and technical process leading to the shiplike structure of the Fondation is being presented at the Vuitton space here, displaying a comprehensive selection of works, sketches and models. In another link with the Fondation — which is showing Daniel Buren’s “Observatory of Light,” an installation of translucent colored gels and white stripes on the Paris building’s glass panels reminiscent of sails — the Venice Espace is displaying a work by the artist. Buren’s colorful and graphic work appears on the glass roof of the Louis Vuitton boutique, which houses the Espace. The latter has doubled its space to 2,160 square feet.
The exhibition also signals “a significant change as the Espace will now be run by the Fondation,” said Jean Paul Claverie, adviser to LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton chairman and chief executive officer Bernard Arnault “It’s logical — the Fondation has its own collection, its own program and creates a place for the public to meet contemporary artists.” Continue reading