mb drapier is pleased to announce the release of Hustling Sunlight, a new project by Matthew Bakkom. Over the course of the last decade, Bakkom has explored the linguistic phenomena of the anagram and offers in this new publication a collection of these linguistic accidents assembled in narrative sequence. This evening will feature apresentation detailing his process in conceiving and creating the book.
30 Signed copies will be available for purchase from a first edition of 500.
Matthew Bakkom (b. 1968) has been active since the early 1990’s as an artist and organizer in the United States and Europe. Working primarily between Minneapolis, New York, Paris and Madison his projects have been manifested in a variety of mediums and a wide range of venues including Artists Space, The Walker Art Center, The Irish Museum of Art, The Vanabbemusuem (Eindoven) and the Biblioteque des Musee des Arts Decorative in Paris.
His first book, New York City Museum of Complaint was published by Steidl-Miles in 2009.
Since fall of 2011 he has been a member of the facultyof the University of Wisconsin - Madison’s Art Department.
Work by Malcolm Bracey + Marisa Kelling
Film by Michael Doyle Olsen
Point d'ironie station with artist Mollie Martin
Food by Underground Food Collective
Drinks by Wine Table
Music by Jack Neiweem
Annie Kubena is a Madison-based painter + accomplished Graphic Designer. Stop by on Friday, March 25th from 5p-9p as she debuts her new work "inspired by people I love(d), fueled by tacos, heart break and Justin Bieber".
Wine, music (by Jack Neiweem), art, hangs. See ya' there.
"Whisk is a culinary collective of Wisconsin based food bloggers. Our aim is to unite the local food blog community and help bridge connections between bloggers, local Wisconsin food producers, sponsors, and advertisers who are interested pursuing collaborative efforts."
This workshop will be led by the talented photographer Paulius Musteikis. He's photographed for Food and Wine Magazine, Eater.com, Madison Magazine, and the Isthmus Dining Guide.
In the workshop, you'll explore camera settings, lighting, composition, styling, post-processing, and more. Bring your camera, whether it's your iPhone or your dSLR, as the workshop will also have a hands on portion where you can apply what you've learned.
The workshop is $25 for Whisk members and $35 for non-members.
Details available here: https://foodphotographyworkshop.splashthat.com/