World-famous nightclubs including Berlin’s Berghain and London’s Fabric are illustrated in this series by Barcelona-based graphic designer Pablo Benito.
Benito created artistic homages to Berlin institutions Berghain and Tresor, Spanish clubs Sala Barraca, Sala Apolo and Razzmatazz, New York’s Paradise Garage, London’s Fabric and the recently defunct Trouw club in Amsterdam.
We think big things are going to happen to Devin Troy Strother. The LA-based artist has a show opening at Richard Heller Gallery this September 11, Please Don’t Act A Fool In The Club: A Memory Of The Sugar Shack, which will be his first solo show.
According to Richard Heller Gallery, “The exhibition is partly inspired by Strother’s childhood memories of Ernie Barnes’ iconic painting, Sugar Shack (reproductions of which hang in many middle-class African-American homes). Strother has a certain obsession with the painting and the idea of the nightclub as a meeting place where people gather and do a type of ritual dance.”