La semaine dernière, la Bottleneck Gallery de New York a encore fait très fort lors de son exposition « It Came From 1984 », un hommage à cette année qui fut TRES généreuse en films cultes. Ayant comme curateur Chogrin, un habitué des pages de, elle a permis à des dizaines d’artistes du monde entier de rendre hommage à des films qui ont marqué toute une génération de fans de pop culture. Voici ma sélection perso, mais rendez-vous sur le site de la Bottleneck pour avoir l’expo au complet.

Last week, Bottleneck Gallery hit hard again, with an awesome art show called « It Came From 1984 », a tribute to this glorious year that was really generous in terms of pop culture awesomeness. It was curated by Chogrin, whose talent is often seen on He gave the opportunity to dozens of artists from the whole world to pay tribute to movies that, for some, changed their lives. Here is my personal selection, but check the Bottleneck website to get the complete artworks !


Aisleen Romano – Amadeus


Alexander Iaccarino – Sweet Dreams


Andrew Kolb – Taking Tiny Manhattan


Andrew Trabbold – S.P. Marshmallow Man


Carlos Angeli – Who you gonna call


Carlos Lerma – GIZMO CACA


CHOGRIN – Freddy Surprise


CHOGRIN – Jason’s Final Chapter




Craig Drake – Tech Noir


Daniel Blázquez – Anything Goes


David Eichenberger – Morla


David Mottram – Miyagi


David Slebodnick – Heigh Ho


Florey – Jason


Francisco Javier Jimenez – Caught


Glen Brogan – You Are Invited


Guillaume Morellac – Beverly Hills Cop


James Boorman – NYC’S Finest


JC Arenas (Robotsoda) – Nausicaa


Jesse Philips – F-13 Killing Machine


Kim Ku – Mr. Miyagi Vs Cobra Kai


Michael Gaiss – Yum Yum


Mr. Kone – Mr. Marshmallow


Nate Bear – Muppet-zilla Takes Manhattan


Oliver Akuin – The Manhattan Takeover


Orlando Arocena – Terminator


Orlando Arocena – Toxic Avenger


Patrick Seymour – Grem-lines – Gizmo


Patrick Seymour – Grem-lines – Stripe


Paul Ainsworth – Power of Auryn


Paul Shipper – 5 Favorite Films of 1984


Peter W – Call Winston


PJ McQuade – Karate Kid- Final Fight


 Places and Films – Call My Name



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