Posts tagged with "2017"

David Castillo Gallery Announces Major News Art Basel

David Castillo Gallery celebrates a pivotal moment during Art Basel this year, with trailblazing news: for the first tie in more than a decade, Art Basel Miami Beach has vetted a gallery from Miami into the exclusive Galleries Section, where only the leading 200 galleries in the world are showcased. The gallery’s singular success story is exemplified by being chosen for this honor, and this year the stars are aligned.

The gallery’s booth at Art Basel (Booth F26) presents a stellar group of artists from throughout the U.S. and abroad, featuring works in sculpture, painting, photography, installation, and paper by the artists Belkis Ayon, Sanford Biggers, Adler Guerrier, Quizqueya Henriquez, Pepe Mar, Glexis Novoa, Xaviera Simmons, Shinique Smith, and Vaughn Spann. This marks the gallery’s sixth year in the art fair and its first in the established Galleries section.

David Castillo at his art gallery with dog (Harry), works by Pepe Mar. Photo by Mateo Serna Zapata. Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

David Castillo is recognized in the art industry for his long-term nurturing of artists, many represented by Castillo since the beginning of their careers.

“Our artists help to shape the most current vision of contemporary art,” says David Castillo. “My passion for their artistic evolution, and our gallery’s singular trajectory of success, have led up to this pivotal year. We are thrilled to have been invited to the Galleries section at Art Basel.”

 

Kalup Linzy, Conversations Wit De Curen: IX XI XII Days of Our Ego

 

During Miami Art Week, the gallery’s headquarters on Lincoln Road (ideally located near the main Art Basel location at the Convention Center), will also present the new group exhibition The Strangeness Will Wear Off, featuring the artists Melissa Brown, Cynthia Cruz, Maria de los Angeles RJ, Natalie Frank, Tomashi Jackson, Pepe Mar, Jillian Mayer, Robert Melee, Eamon Ore-Giron, Shinique Smith, and Wendy White. The opening reception is on Saturday, December 8th, from 7:00-10:00 p.m., located at Lincoln Road on Miami Beach.

The Strangeness Will Wear Off characterizes the enduring legacy of Modernism as a radical and boundary-pushing form into the contemporary moment. The exhibition probes at how artists break with conventions in uncompromising ways, while borrowing pointedly from the past, the new twenty first century avant garde that looks to history as a catalyst for what is to come.

 

Eamon Ore-Giron, Infinite Regress LV, 2018, Flashe on linen. Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

More about the artists at David Castillo Gallery’s Booth in Art Basel 2018:

Belkis Ayon’s visual vocabulary is sober yet sumptuous, capturing haunting ghost-like figures in stark contrasts of bright whites and deep blacks.

Deeply enmeshed within the origins, rituals and teachings of Afro-Cuban religions, the moody penumbral magic of Ayon’s work carries with it the mystical legacies that so fascinated her before her untimely death.

 

Sanford Biggers, Parallaxadaisical, 2017, antique quilt birch plywood, gold leaf. Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

Sanford Biggers plays with the broad scales of time and culture in works that collage histories both far and recent.

His floor sculpture marries his interest in participatory works and geometry: while his quilt constructions tell the uneasy histories of America’s violent racial past through the aspirations of Afrofuturism.

 

Alder Guerrier, Untitled (longevity has its place), 2017, graphite, color pencil, enamel paint and solvent transfer on paper. Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

Adler Guerrier’s work across collage and print mines the cultural make-up of Miami–and of the artist’s own background as a Haitian American living in one of the largest centers of the Haitian diaspora–drawing out themes of collectivizing belonging, seeking refuge, and claiming place.

 

Quisqueya Henriquez, Lyubov Popova/Jackie Winsor, 2014, inkjet print on Dibond and a frame inside a frame. Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

Quisqueya Henriquez boldly claims the history of art for her own, actively mining and recombining references from Conceptualism and the greater lineage of Modernism to reframe this often staid history along new terms. She inserts herself into pictorial modes that largely excluded the voices of those who are Other: women and Latin Americans.

 

Pepe Mar, Checkerboard, 2018. Photo by Zach Balber/Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

Pepe Mar’s fabric paintings tell of a contemporary folklore between past and present, place, and time.

His curiously collaged works that draw from the artist’s own oeuvre; much of the fabrics used in these pieces are printed from photographs from along Mar’s own fifteen-year career, creating new contexts for these past works from combining and re-combining these imageries.

 

Glexis Novoa, Timba, 2017, graphite on Carrara marble (marble recovered from Havana.) Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

Glexis Novoa sources fragments of Carrara marble from the crumbling edificies of Cuban buildings and draws upon them aspirational images of future cities; grand and gleaming architectures in stark contrast to the current realities of Cuban life. Novoa imagines urban infrastructure as a broad political message and one that pulls at the opposing tensions of what is and what could be.

 

Xaviera Simmons, Velvet, 2018, acrylic on wood. Installation view, Renaissance Society, Chicago/Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

Xaviera Simmons’ new body of text paintings, photographs, and sculptural furniture play with ideas of nomadism and the enduring legacies on which the contemporary American narratives is founded; histories of racial inequality, perseverance and unyielding calls for change. Simmons often inserts herself into her works, aligning with the disparate pasts to obscure the boundaries between them and now, us and them.

 

Shinique Smith, Sometimes I wonder, 2016, acrylic, ink, fabric, collage, ribbon and objects on canvas over wood panel. Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

Shinique Smith’s body of work takes form across modes of production that collage found objects, second-hand clothing, and references to the flows of global commerce; how goods are produced in the Global South, transported to the West and then used, discarded, and returned to those countries from which they originated for recycling. Her paintings are often of sweeping swirling forms incorporating Eastern calligraphic traditions.

 

Vaughn Spann, Siren, 2018, polymer paint, dye, prisma marker, fabric, terry cloth on stretcher bars. Courtesy David Castillo Gallery.

 

Vaughn Spann creates evocative and at times deeply personal paintings that blend abstract formalism with the today’s uneasy social nuance.

The visual vocabulary of his Dalmatian series, which brings together black-and-white patters, examines the shifting associations of various geometries and forms across his childhood, recent history and deeper past.

 

More about the David Castillo Gallery:

Wendy White, Jeart (Mello Yello)

 

David Castillo Gallery opened over thirteen years ago under sole ownership after transforming a dilapidated warehouse in Miami, Florida into a 5,000 square foot gallery. After a decade in the Wynwood Arts district, David Castillo relocated for its second decade to Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road and has produced more than 116 fine art exhibitions to date. The gallery’s focus is on conceptual curatorial models as they relate to art historical, cultural, and personal investigations of identity. The gallery works with artists committed to the integrity of their individual histories and studio practices as agents of contemporary climate.

Since opening in Miami in 2005, David Castillo Gallery has become one of the nation’s preeminent galleries in the identification, development, and presentation of groundbreaking artists of color and queer artists, spearheading a far-reaching national and international impact on cultural and critical spaces.

 

Jillian Mayer, I Am Your Grandma

 

Gallery Represented Artists:

Sanford Biggers, Kate Gilmore, Adler Guerrier, Lyle Ashton Harris, Quisqueya Henriquez, Kalup Linzy, Belkis Ayon, Pepe Mar, Jillian Mayer, Robert Melee, Glexis Novoa, Xaviera Simmons, Shinique Smith, Wendy White.

The gallery as effectively advocated for the inclusion of its artists in dozens of museum solo shows and hundreds of museum group exhibitions, including: The Museum of Modern Art (New York); MCA Chicago; Fondazione Trussardi (Milan); Harvard University (Cambridge); ICA Boston; The Nasher (Durham); National Museum of Women in Arts (D.C.); Barnes Collection (Philadelphia); Walker Art Center (Minneapolis); MFA Houston; MoMa P.S.1 (New York); Whitney Museum (New York); Metropolitan Museum (New York); The Guggenheim (New York); and the American Academy in Rome among others.

David Castillo holds degrees in History and Art History from Yale University and the Angelicum in Rome. Since 2000, he has dealt in important Latin American, European, and American secondary market works. Castillo has held positions at museums, including the Yale University Art Gallery’s American Decorative Arts curatorial department. He continues to assist private clients in building their collections in addition to managing David Castillo Gallery And has lectured on various topics in art.

 

Vaughn Spann, Canyon Run

Liam Payne’s EP

Get ready because Liam Payne will be releasing his brand new EP, First Time, on August 24th.

To make things even better, the song features acclaimed hip-hop artist French Montana.

“As you may know, the last few months have seen some big changes for me…I looked at some of the songs on my album which were done a while ago and they fell from another age. I’m determined for my debut album to truly represent me. I’m now back in the studio working hard to finalize the final few new songs on the record–I’m genuinely excited about the music I’m writing and recording and I can’t wait for it to be ready for you wall,” says Payne.

With over 2 billion streams and a triple-platinum certification for the breakout song single “Strip That Down,” Payne has emerged as a pop powerhouse in his own right.

“Strip That Down” notably tallied worldwide sales of 10 million-plus in addition to standing out as “one of the biggest-selling singles of 2017” and “the biggest-selling solo single from any current member of One Direction.”

He garnered a Teen Choice Award for “Familiar” and joined forces with the one and only Rita Ora on “For You” from the chart-topping official soundtrack for the steamy Fifty Shades Freed which you can watch and listen to here.

So, prepare yourself world because Payne definitely has some more tricks up his sleeve when it comes to new music.

 

 

 

 

BLAKE ANDERSON GIFTS GSW

As the Golden State Warriors continue their celebrations as Kings of the city, Warriors super fan and actor/comedian Blake Anderson, gifted bottles of Crown Royal XR to the entire 2018 championship team. The bottles of $130 whisky come enclosed in a velvet, blue bag that were embroidered to reflect the team’s achievement.

The team received the bottles from Anderson this week, and he had the following to say about their accomplishment:

 

“Congratulations on a season fit for a king. As a California native and a Golden State Warriors super fan, I’m stoked to gift every member of the organization with a bottle of Crown Royal XR to celebrate your back-to-back championships like royalty. Cheers, champs!”

UnoTheActivist

Atlanta rapper UnoTheActivist shares his “Fabo” (Remix) featuring Rich The Kid.

Get it HERE via Republic Records.

Racking up 1.26 million Soundcloud plays and over 683K Spotify streams, the original “Fabo” became a standout from his critically acclaimed 2017 mixtape Live.Shyne.Die. Joined by fellow Atlanta rapper Rich The Kid, UnoTheActivist amplifies the energy on this powerhouse remix.

UnoTheActivist remains untouchable. Within just 48 hours, Live.Shyne.Die generated 2.1 million-plus Soundcloud streams, while all 16 songs crashed the Top 50 of Apple Music. Boasting features from the likes of Famous Dex, Kodie Shane, and YSL Duke, it soared to the Top 20 of iTunes Top Hip-Hop/Rap Albums Chart. Currently, Uno is in the studio working on new music and has a lot in store for 2018.

ABOUT REPUBLIC RECORDS

A division of Universal Music Group, the world’s leading music company, Republic Records is home to an all-star roster of multi-platinum, award-winning legends and superstar artists such as Ariana Grande, Aminé, Black Sabbath, DNCE, Florence + the Machine, Gotye, Hailee Steinfeld, James Blake, James Bay, John Mellencamp, Jordan Smith, Julia Michaels, Keith Richards, Kid Cudi, Liam Payne, Marian Hill, Of Monsters and Men, Post Malone, Seth MacFarlane, Stevie Wonder, and more. Founded by brothers and chief executives Monte and Avery Lipman, it is also comprised of innovative business ventures, including American Recordings (The Avett Brothers, Towkio), Boominati Worldwide (Metro Boomin), Brushfire (Jack Johnson), Casablanca Records (Giorgio Moroder, KUNGS, Tïesto), Cash Money (Drake, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj), Hollywood Records (Sofia Carson, Zendaya), Lava Records (Greta Van Fleet, Jessie J, Lorde), Monkeywrench (Pearl Jam), XO (The Weeknd), Roc Nation (Belly, Justine Skye, The Dream), Tuff Gong (Damian Marley), Victor Victor Records (D Savage, Ski Mask The Slump God), among others. Republic also maintains a long-standing strategic alliance with country powerhouse Big Machine Records (Taylor Swift), and Universal Music Latin Entertainment (Luis Fonsi, J Balvin). In addition, Republic has expanded to release high-profile soundtracks for Universal Pictures (Fifty Shades of Grey, SING), Fox TV (Lee Daniels’ STAR), and NBC TV (The Voice), as well as other notable film and television franchises.

Kaskade × NYE

KASKADE ANNOUNCES SECOND ANNUALNEW YEAR’S EVE SHOW AT BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM IN SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Six-time Grammy® nominated singer, songwriter and producer Kaskade has announced that he will perform a special New Year’s Eve show at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for the second year in a row. Fans can register for pre-sale tickets beginning today at www.kaskademusic.com to access tickets early on Wednesday, October 4th at 10:00 AM PST prior to the general on-sale which launches on Friday, October 6th.

 

“New Year’s Eve is always one of the most difficult times of the year for me to commit to. With the offers that come in I’m torn by which venue is best, what audience I want to share the night with and how to make the most epic goodbye to the year we’re leaving and hello to the one that’s cresting,” said Kaskade. “Instead of leaving it to someone else to build this for me, I’ve decided I’m going to handle it from here on. Last year at Bill Graham in SF was so special I knew that I needed to do it again. But now that I’ve got one under my belt, it has to be even better this year. It’s not even Halloween yet – and all I can think about is this party I’m going to throw with my West Coast Massive friends.”

 

Kaskade recently announced a handful of Redux tour dates to take place across the U.S. this fall. Tickets for all dates sold out in minutes. Visit www.kaskademusic.com for a complete list of upcoming dates.

 

Earlier this month Kaskade released Redux EP 002 on his own label, Arkade. The seven-song set is now available to stream and download in its entirety HERE. Redux EP 002 is centered around Kaskade’s intimate Redux shows, an homage to the stripped down clubs and deeper House Music played from the time his career was beginning. It kicks off with the lead single Nobody Like You. The EP also features contributions from LöKii, Mr. Tape, and Late Night Alumni.

 

Following the success of Kaskade’s history making performance last summer at the Los Angeles Convention Center (which sold out in record time, was the biggest solo headlining show of his career and was attended by nearly 25,000 people), Kaskade returned to Southern California this past July to bring his fans another unforgettable experience via a massive outdoor beach party in Long Beach called Sun Soaked. The beach side three hour plus performance featured material spanning Kaskade’s career. Billboard proclaimed: “Kaskade cements west coast legacy with Sun Soaked party debut.”

 

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About Kaskade

Kaskade is a Multi GRAMMY Award-nominated musician who has been a groundbreaking innovator in the dance music world, and a titan in the music industry as a whole. While bridging the gap between old school music purists and a new generation of music lovers, he marries genres and twists labels to stay true to his roots while pushing the boundaries of what’s next. Relentlessly touring the world and playing to tens of millions of people around the globe, Kaskade has been in the trenches for over a decade. His handwriting can be read all over the history of electronic music while his influence maintains an all-time high.

ARI LENNOX’S Releases “NIGHT DRIVE”

CHECK OUT ARI LENNOX’S NEW VIDEO “NIGHT DRIVE”
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2017 is proving to be a breakout year for Dreamville newcomer Ari Lennox. A year after the release of her EP PHO, Ari Lennox joined one of the most anticipated tours this year, J Cole’s 4 Your Eyez Only World Tour. As the tour heads to Europe the soulful singer releases a visual for “Night Drive.” Check it out HERE. Check out AriLennox.com for more information.
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J. Cole 4 Your Eyez Only World Tour
 
9/29 Copenhagen, Denmark – Tap 1
9/30 Oslo, Norway – Spektrum
10/01 Stockholm, Sweden – Annexet
10/03 Cologne, Germany – Palladium
10/05 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome
10/06 Berlin, Germany – Columniahalle
10/07 Frankfurt, Germany – Stadthalle Offenbach
10/09 Zurich, Switzerland – Samsung Hall
10/10 Paris, France – Le Zénith
10/12 Nottingham, United Kingdom – Motorpoint Arena
10/14 Birmingham, United Kingdom – Arena, Birmingham
10/15 London, United Kingdom – The O2 Arena
10/16 London, United Kingdom – The O2 Arena
10/18 Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
10/20 Cardiff, United Kingdom – Motorpoint Arena
10/21 Manchester, United Kingdom – Manchester Arena
10/22 Leeds, United Kingdom – First Direct Arena                   
 

DC Brings New Age Of Heroes To New York Comic Con 2017

DC BRINGS THE NEW AGE OF HEROES TO NEW YORK COMIC CON 2017


Geoff Johns’ DOOMSDAY CLOCK Panel, Moderated by Lev Grossman, to be Streamed Live on Friday, 6 pm ET


Earth M, DARK NIGHTS: METAL and DC’s Master Class Headline Panels as the Massive DC Booth Gets a Justice League Takeover


DC All Access to Broadcast Live from New York Comic Con, Bringing Fans All the Action Straight from the DC Booth!

DC Entertainment returns to New York Comic Con with an expansive schedule of panels, talent signings and celebrations highlighting DC’s iconic characters, best-selling titles, and the most acclaimed writers and artists in the industry. Taking place Oct. 5-8 at the Jacob Javits Center, DC’s massive booth in the South Concourse (#1915) will be ­­­the epicenter of New York Comic Con for can’t-miss fan activities, along with must-see costumes and props from the highly anticipated Warner Bros. Pictures film Justice League, never-before-seen items from DC Collectibles and more.

New for NYCC 2017, the DC booth will also serve as home base for DC All Access, DC’s original digital series. Friday through Sunday from 3-5 pm ET, DC All Access will bring fans a packed program of live broadcast segments featuring more up-to-the-minute news, exclusives and talent interviews than ever before! Fans can catch all the action live on the DC Entertainment YouTube channel and on the DC Comics Facebook page.

The DC booth will have everything the superhero fan needs to make their convention experience complete; guaranteed to have fans’ cell phone cameras flashing and social media feeds updating all weekend long, the costumes of Wonder Woman, Batman, Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg from the Warner Bros. Pictures film Justice League will be on display.

Nearby in the hall’s Crystal Palace, attendees will find an in-depth sneak peek of the HTC Vive version of the Justice League VR: Join the League – New York Comic Con Edition, a film-themed virtual reality experience. Users will be able to use the HTC Vive’s controllers for an enhanced version of the Super Hero simulations.

Always a huge hit with fans, DC’s popular interactive green screen experience returns to DC’s NYCC booth. Throughout the weekend, fans can take home their own photo souvenir from the DC universe, whether they “get their cape on” with DC Super Hero Girls, celebrate the 25th anniversaries of HARLEY QUINN or Batman: The Animated Series, unite with the cast of Justice League to save the world or explore the terrors of the Dark Multiverse with the evil Batmen of DARK NIGHTS: METAL.

For fans of the smash-hit video game Injustice 2, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment will have demo stations in the booth to test their fighting game prowess. And no convention experience is complete without plenty of giveaway items to fill up that swag bag! DC will provide fans with plenty of free sampler comic books and catalogs, posters, pins, temporary tattoos, masks and more!

New products spotlighting the Justice League film, Batman and DC Super Hero Girls will be seen for the very first time at NYCC, courtesy of Warner Bros. Consumer Products. It’s a sure bet that any fan will want them for their very own, so DC’s giving them a chance to enter a sweepstakes in the booth to win all of the items on display.

DC’s panels will dive into acclaimed new titles, reveal exciting announcements and showcase some of the most celebrated talent in comics:

The official countdown to the most anticipated series in comics kicks off with New York Times best-selling writer Geoff Johns at the DC DOOMSDAY CLOCK panel. Moderated by TIME magazine book critic and celebrated author Lev Grossman (The Magicians), this panel features a rare look at the incredible art from Johns’ longtime collaborator Gary Frank as this 12-issue series brings the DC and Watchmen universes together for the first time. This can’t-miss panel also will reveal pages from the debut issue before it hits shelves on November 22, with Johns and Grossman discussing in depth how it all began. Fans not attending the con will also have the opportunity to learn about what Johns and company have in store, as the panel will be streamed live to the DC YouTube channel and the DC Comics Facebook page. Friday 6:00 pm, Main Stage.

The best-selling team behind DARK NIGHTS: METAL, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, will share what’s to come in the series currently rocking the industry at the DC Metal/New Age of DC Heroes panel. Joining them will be contributors to the New Age of DC Heroes: writers Steve Orlando, Justin Jordan, Frank Tieri, James Tynion IV, Robert Venditti and Joshua Williamson will discuss not only the secrets of the Dark Multiverse, but some of the all-new heroes spinning out of DARK NIGHTS: METAL, creating even more excitement in the DC Universe! Friday 2:45 pm, Room 1A21

Comics fans will get the singular experience of witnessing group industry legends discuss their newest projects for DC at the DC Master Class panel. DC Publisher Dan DiDio hosts an informal discussion with fan-favorite visual storytellers Andy Kubert, Tony S. Daniel, Greg Capullo, Jim Lee and John Romita Jr. Saturday 5:15 pm, Room 1A24

Celebrate Milestone Media, the groundbreaking imprint known for diversity and representation, when The Return of Milestone’s Dakota Universe and the Launch of Earth M takes center stage. The panel will include producer/director Reginald Hudlin and Milestone Media’s co-founders Denys Cowan and Derek Dingle, who will discuss the debut of Earth M, along with Kyle Baker, Ken Lashley, Alice Randall, Greg Pak and DC Publisher Jim Lee. Special guest Robert Kirkman will also be on hand to get fans reacquainted with the heroes of the Dakota-verse, with an inside look at an episode of Kirkman’s upcoming AMC documentary series, Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics, spotlighting Milestone and its impact on comic book storytelling. Thursday 4:00 pm, Room 1A21

Kick off the con with DC publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio for DC’s Meet the Publishers panel. Be there to hear breaking news and some of the biggest con announcements straight from the publishers, along with an inside scoop on the New Age of DC Heroes, DC Universe, Vertigo, DC’s Young Animal, MAD and more. Thursday 1:30 pm, Room 1A21

The Dark Knight returns to Gotham City for the DC Batman panel. With a lineup of Bat-talent including Tom King, Cully Hamner, Sean Gordon Murphy, Tony Patrick, Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV, find out why the iconic superhero is hotter than ever and see what’s in store for the World’s Greatest Detective. Saturday 1:30 pm, Room 1A06

DC’s innovative, genre-bending imprint and “Comics for Dangerous Humans” will join together at the DC Vertigo/DC’s Young Animal panel. Featuring John Ridley, Nick Derington, Steve Orlando, Riley Rossmo, Tim Seeley, Si Spurrier, Magdalene Visaggio, Joshua Williamson and more, this fascinating panel will explore some of the most revolutionary titles in comics today. Saturday 12:15 pm, Room 1A24

MAD, the country’s #1-selling humor magazine (in a field of one) is dumber than ever! Join MAD magazine editor John Ficarra and art director Sam Viviano at the Mad About MAD panel, along with a host of the magazine’s greatest talent—Nick Meglin, Teresa Parkhurst, Tom Richmond, Richard Williams, plus a few surprises—in a celebration of MAD’s history of hilarious humor and satire. Friday 12:30 pm, Room 1A21

Home to the most iconic characters and pop culture history, the DC Universe has been restored with hope and optimism, engaging storylines and dynamic characters. At the DC Universe panel, discover what’s to come with the writers and artists bringing these celebrated characters to life, including Mirka Andolfo, Juan Ferreyra, Jorge Jimenez, Emanuela Lupacchino, Steve Orlando, Tim Seeley, Dan Sampere and more! Sunday 11:00 am, Room 1A24

The Sunday Conversation with Dan DiDio panel returns! Led by DiDio, get an inside look at how some of DC’s biggest names, including Cecil Castellucci, Keith Giffen, Yanick Paquette, Benjamin Percy, John Semper Jr., Rob Williams and Joshua Williamson, broke into comics to create new adventures for DC’s iconic heroes. Sunday 2:45 pm, Room 1A21

Graphitti Designs will once again carry highly collectible, exclusive variant comic books available for NYCC attendees only, both in the DC booth and their own booth in the main exhibit hall (Booth #1744).
Check out the DC All Access mobile app for a complete list of panels, a schedule of signings, behind-the-scenes coverage and in-depth interviews directly from DC All Access. The app is available as a free download at the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

About DC Entertainment: 

DC Entertainment, home to the iconic brands DC (Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, the Flash, etc.), Vertigo (Sandman, Fables, etc.) and MAD, is the creative division charged with strategically integrating across Warner Bros. and Time Warner. DC Entertainment works in concert with many key Warner Bros. divisions to unleash its stories and characters across all media, including but not limited to film, television, consumer products, home entertainment and interactive games. Publishing thousands of comic books, graphic novels and magazines each year, DC Entertainment is one of the largest English-language publishers of comics in the world.