Wednesday, February 5, 2014

L VE M TEL


AN UPDATE!

The magazine has been printed, bound, purchased, delivered. We've managed to recoup the costs thanks to your generosity! So much gratitude. Take a look at what's under the covers and between the sheets and if you like what you see, email us at l.vem.tel@gmail.com for delivery details!

You can find copies for direct purchase at:
Seoul Base Camp Hostel
castillo/corrales - Section 7 Books
Librairie Photographique Le 29
Artazart Design Bookstore

Coming soon to:
Ofr.
& local bookshops in New York, Vancouver, Seoul, etc!

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L VE M TEL is a single-issue art publication to be printed and bound in South Korea—
a collection of photos we’ve taken here, words we’ve written, things we’ve drawn or designed—
it is a tribute of sorts to a country we’ve called home.

This is a project I've been working on with some very cool people—
creative folk I've been lucky enough to meet while living abroad.
We've got some stellar content and I can't wait to share it with you all.

Any help to raise the funds to bring this publication to print would be greatly appreciated.
A contribution of $20 or more will get you a copy of the magazine mailed to you.
Once you've made a donation, please be sure to email us (l.vem.tel@gmail.com) with your mailing address.
Click here to be redirected to the PayPal donation page, or click on the button below!




You can find more information and a list of content contributors on our tumblr: http://lvemtel.tumblr.com/


Sunday, January 19, 2014

seoul gallery hop



Met up with friends in Seoul for a little hop around the galleries in Samcheongdong. We checked out the work of Meena Park and Anselm Reyle at the Kukje Gallery, Robert Indiana and Myoung Ho Lee at Gallery Hyundai, and the museum grounds and inauguration show at the new MMCA (National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art).


Do Ho Suh's Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home (incredible)


Had my last ever class on Friday. It feels weird to be really really done. 
Here's an arty visual treat, with an Ophelian cameo at around 7:10.