Orange Crush #03
Orange Crush #03 The Journal of Art & Wrestling
- Condition: New
- Language: English
- 96 Pages
- 24.13cm x 33.2cm (9.5" x 13")
- Published in New York
- Winter 2022
- Frequency: Quarterly
Before he was one of the world’s preeminent contemporary artists, Matthew Barney was a wrestler. Charlie Fox grapples with his notion in his in-depth interview: Barney vs. Fox. Andreas Hale looks at the artistry, inside the ring and out, of the incomparable Lee Moriarty. Lio Rush opens up in an exclusive interview about his artistic practice as a musician. Renowned author Brin-Jonathan Butler profiles the greatest professional wrestling photographer George Napolitano accompanied by a portfolio of some of his most memorable work.
Orange Crush looks back at artist Jeremy Deller's documentary on exotic Adrian Street, as Orange Crush editor Hunter Braithwaite reviews So Many Ways to Hurt You. Issue 3 follows two of the world’s top young talents as they leave home to make their mark in our new excursion section, featuring Drew Parker photographed byNick Karp as he comes to GCW in Atlantic City and Shota Umino through the lens of Robyn Coding aka Beyond Gorilla in the UK. Eric. Shorey explores the end of traditional masculinity in wrestling as he profiles Parrow. Artnet's Annie Armstrong takes a look at the Joshi paintings of Helen Hunter. Issue 3 showcases the work of one of today’s hottest young artist – the wrestling paintings of Mark Yang.