Mar 24 2016

Station 4: On Permanent Vacation

Unfortunately, this website will be shutting down soon, but there are still a few Emory Douglas screenprints available for purchase. If interested feel free to email marc (at) station4 (dot) co (dot) uk and include which print you’re interested in. All the best!

Aged Sorry We're Closed sign.


Aug 27 2009

Emory Douglas in New Zealand for Art Showing


He’s an artist who travels the world doing shows, but in the late 60’s Emory
Douglas was a revolutionary calling for black Americans to take up arms.

Ali Ikram of 3 News New Zealand met the former culture minister of the Black Panther Party. View the video here.

Emory Douglas Radio Interview with Kim Hill on Radio New Zealand. Former Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party visiting New Zealand as the 2009 Elam International Artist in Residency with an exhibition of graphic art work and free public lectures (duration: 33m 13s).

The Power of The Panther – New Zealand Herald News article.

21 August – 3 October 2009

THE GUS FISHER GALLERY
The Kenneth Myers Centre
74 Shortland Street
Auckland, New Zealand

www.gusfishergallery.auckland.ac.nz

GALLERY HOURS
Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday 12pm – 4pm
Closed Public Holidays

All exhibitions and public programmes are free and take place at the Gus Fisher Gallery unless otherwise noted.

THE GUS FISHER GALLERY                                GALLERY HOURS

The Kenneth Myers Centre                                Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5pm

74 Shortland St                                               Saturday 12pm – 4pm
Auckland, New Zealand                                    Closed Public Holidays

Telephone: 3737 599 ext 86646

www.gusfishergallery.auckland.ac.nz


Aug 4 2009

Installation By Emory Douglas & Rigo 23


Mural painted by Emory Douglas and Rigo 23 at the New Museum in the 2nd Floor Gallery. Courtesy New Museum, New York. Photo by Benoit Pailley.

Rigo 23 and Emory Douglas Speak Out — Art In America.

Kasama Podcasts presents an interview with former Black Panther Minister of Culture Emory Douglas. The interview was conducted by Kazembe Balagun. The interview took place at the New Museum on the eve of his exhibition opening. Listen here.


Jul 21 2009

New Art Print by Emory Douglas “Malcolm X”

“I’ve had enough of someone else’s propaganda. I’m for truth, no matter who tells it. I’m for justice, no matter who it is for or against. I’m a human being first and foremost, and as such I’m for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole.”
– Malcolm X

To commemorate the opening of “Emory Douglas: Black Panther” at the New Museum in NYC, Station 4 is proud to release a new historic screenprint featuring original artwork by Emory Douglas…

“Malcolm X”
Printed by Political Gridlock at Firehouse Kustom Rockart Co.
(c) 2009 Emory Douglas/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
6 color screenprint
Printed on canvas
Dimensions: 18” x 18” (45.72 x 45.72cm)
Each canvas is incomparable and varies in appearance and detail
Signed and numbered by the artist
Edition of 13
$300


Jun 29 2009

New Museum Presents Emory Douglas: Black Panther

Photo: Shawn Roberts

Emory Douglas: Black Panther
An Exhibition Curated by Sam Durant for the New Museum

July 22nd – October 18th

New Museum
235 Bowery
New York, NY 10002
(212) 219-1222

Click here for directions.

“Emory Douglas: Black Panther” includes a wide variety of Douglas’s work done while a member of the Black Panther Party. Curated by the Los Angeles artist Sam Durant, whose work often deals with political and cultural subjects in American history, the show includes approximately 165 posters, newspapers, and prints dating from 1967–76.

Durant met Emory Douglas in 2002 and began working on a book of Douglas’s work, which resulted in a monograph published in 2007. Two years later Durant curated “Black Panther: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, which serves as a model for the exhibition at the New Museum.

The presentation of “Emory Douglas: Black Panther” at the New Museum is organized by Laura Hoptman, Kraus Family Senior Curator with Amy Mackie, Curatorial Assistant.

Station 4 is proud to present the art of Emory Douglas, former Minister of Culture of The Black Panther Party, by introducing three historic propaganda art pieces originally published in the Black Panther newspaper in 1970 and 1971.

The featured limited edition art pieces are the first of a twelve print series and the images have never before been available to the public as art prints.

For more information or to purchase a set please click here.