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Alison Mosshart was photographed by Sami Drasin at Maxfield in Los Angeles on Sept. 26, 2017.

"LNA made this jacket for me. But the really cool thing about it is, not only is it a great leather jacket, but they gave it to me blank. I gave it to my friend Dana Louise Kirkpatrick — one of my favorite painters ever — and she painted all over it for me. She asked me to make a list of all my favorite things I just wrote a list it was like a poem. It had some song lyrics on it, and the car from [the film] Vanishing Point, which is a 1971 Dodge Challenger. That made me obsessed with that car. It made me buy two of them now. My whole life is all over the jacket. It’s really special to me."

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By request MusiCares receives a hand painted custom leather jacket available forauction January 26th, 2018 at Radio City Music Hall.



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ALL THE PIECES ONE ARTIST LOVED AT ART BASEL IN MIAMI

Dana Louise Kirkpatrick’s Basel hit list. Plus, what it was like to see her own work hanging.

By: Laurel Pantin

If you don’t know Dana Louise Kirkpatrick’s name yet, you should. She’s collaborated with Sonia Kashuk on her Knock Out Beauty collection, and her works are collected by the likes of Cindy Crawford, Anthony Kiedis, and Flea. When she told us she was heading down to Miami for Art Basel, we asked her to record her favorite things while cruising around the fair. Read More

 


November 25, 2016

Five Questions With Artist Dana Louise Kirkpatrick

By Choupette Social Girl

 

I was recently introduced to the work of artist Dana Louise Kirkpatrick and immediately drawn to her large-scale artwork. Kirkpatrick’s mix-media pieces sample literature, Modern Art, street art, and German neoexpressionism. She grapples with the dichotomies and contradictions embedded in contemporary Western culture, religion, and humanity, using forceful iconography and a highly expressive technique. Her work and confessional visual language, inspired and influenced by confessional artists Louise Bourgeois and Tracey Emin, grows from her fascination with, and empathy for, the constant existential duel between the isolated individual and the shared awareness of the group. Avoiding sentimentality, the work of Dana Louise Kirkpatrick seeks to establish an intimate connection with viewers while engaging them with the unrestricted exploration of universal emotions. With connection is what led to a selection of Kirkpatrick’s critically acclaimed work will be featured during Art Basel and I was the first to get the scoop on this honor. Read More


By DANIELLE PAGE

 

Nov 22 2016

 

Most artists start with a blank canvas. Dana Louise Kirkpatrick uses whatever she can get her hands on. Known for her intriguing use of mixed materials, Kirkpatrick’s impactful artwork utilizes everything from old newspaper to leather jackets. Her ability to create art on just about any medium has earned attention from key players in the fashion and beauty industry, who have worked in partnership with Kirkpatrick to leverage her powerful designs for their campaigns. But it might surprise you to know that the artist’s trademark use of avant-garde materials actually started out of necessity. Read More


Be a Knock Out Beauty with Sonia Kashuk by AUDREY NOBLE MAY 6, 2016 9:06 PM   When Sonia Kashuk came across the artwork of Dana Louise Kirkpatrick at Art Basel last year, she came up with an idea for a collection that all of us women are excited to stand behind.  Read more

Be a Knock Out Beauty with Sonia Kashuk

by AUDREY NOBLE

MAY 6, 2016 9:06 PM

 

When Sonia Kashuk came across the artwork of Dana Louise Kirkpatrick at Art Basel last year, she came up with an idea for a collection that all of us women are excited to stand behind.  Read more