Hype: Anders Nilsen — Landscapes and Smoke

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If you’re in LA you should really, really consider going to Anders Nilsen’s first solo show, which opens at LitteBird Gallery this Saturday. Nilsen himself says that it’s “a bunch of big drawings, a few gouache paintings and a few covers from Big Questions. Included are Batman, Captain America, The Archangel Gabriel, Adam and Eve and an upside down tree. Oh, and Bison Man.” I know I’d go if I were anywhere near.

The show runs between December 6 and January 14, the reception’s on Saturday between 7.00-10.00. Here’s the official flyer:

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Also, read the Bunker’s comprehensive interview with Nilsen: parts 1, 2, 3, 4. For our Danish readers: Don’t miss Aben Maler’s recent compilation of some of Nilsen’s best material, Sisyfos. They have really outdone themselves on this one, and it’s a Nilsen release unlike any other, compiled specifically for this edition — it contains, amongst other things, the entirety of Monologues for the Coming Plague, the best material from the Mome anthology, a number of previously unpublished notebook pages and, of course, the short story “Sisyphus.” Also, Nilsen’s contribution to the recently released Kramers Ergot 7 is included as a foldable dust jacket. What are you waiting for?

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