Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 27 November 2014, 10:17 AM
Shop online at Arkitip and take advantage of our yearly sale.
Select Magazine Editions, Art Books, Silk Screen Prints, Accessories, Zines as well as the Curated by Arkitip line will be offered on sale.
There is no need to enter a coupon code, the discount will automatically be applied to all items you add to your shopping cart that are included in the sale.
Complete your personal collection of Arkitip or help start a new one and help us to…
• Support the arts
• Support freedom of expression
• Keep art affordable and accessible
Black Friday & Beyond Sale:
28, 29, 30 November – 01 December 2013.
Thank you for the continued support.
Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 13 October 2014, 11:11 AM
We are proud to premier the third part of Drew Bachrach’s video American Sadhu.
The American Sadhu series is a collaboration between filmmaker Drew Bachrach and actor/clothing designer Tracy Powell. In each episode Tracy’s “Traveler” character explores remote and unknown holy locations around Los Angeles. This wandering mystic’s adventures and rituals are a riff of new age pseudo-spiritualism and postmodern folklore.
Drew Bachrach is a Detroit bred artist/filmmaker currently living and working in Culver City, CA. During the week Drew produces and edits video content for a wide range of clients while his weekends are spent in he studio working on large-scale acrylic paintings of empty backyard swimming pools.
The Arkitip Chronicles aim is to provide you with access to studios, behind the scenes looks at creative types and features on artists globally. We will also collaborate and showcase artists original film and video works.
In this spirit, we keep true to our founding principles:
Support the arts
Promote freedom of expression
Make art affordable and accessible
Thank you for the support.
Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 10 October 2014, 11:49 AM
We are proud to support longtime Arkitip family member Arlie Carstens’s band Atoms and Void recently released album and nothing else.
Image: “The Architect & The Atomizer, 2014″
When Arlie Carstens started writing the music that would evolve into the Atoms and Void debut album, he couldn’t have known it would take such a Herculean effort to finish – that it would require nine years, hundreds of hours of recordings, countless trips between Seattle and Los Angeles, and more than a dozen collaborators. It was worth it: A beautifully haunting and richly orchestrated collection that defies easy categorization, the album is more like a 48-minute suite than a 12-track LP. Conceptually, the project’s seeds were planted nearly twenty years ago, when Carstens discovered the final two albums by influential British band Talk Talk, 1988’s Spirit of Eden and 1991’s Laughing Stock. “Ever since first hearing those albums, I’ve wanted to do a project like this – something that has a distinct sound and vision but that is not a ‘band’ necessarily,” he says.
— Jenny Eliscu
You can listen to and nothing else via Bandcamp Streaming, SoundCloud Streaming, and also keep up to date with the band on their Facebook Artist Page.
Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 1 October 2014, 11:24 AM
It’s no surprise that after 10+ years of being involved in our own unique corner of the art world, we have aggregated a fair sized stockpile of art, collectables and ephemera. We have decide to create a eBay store to make some of these rarities available. Bid with confidence as everything is 100% authentic, original and shipped directly from our studio.
These items will not be the same as what is offered on our website or from our worldwide dealer network. Some of these mementos are very personal and can commemorate a particular time and place, other items are more recent and equally as rare.
Have a look at our auctions and thank you for the continued interest and support.
Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 15 August 2014, 11:21 AM
Thank you all for making it out to our latest issue release at Max Fish in New York City.
Photography by Quindell Willis, event made possible with support from Converse CONS.
If in New York, stop by Max Fish for a drink and pick up a copy of the issue at the bar.
120 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002 USA
Google maps link