Agathe Snow, Albert Maysles, Alex Hansen, Alessandro Zuek Simonetti,
Amit Greenberg, Amy Franceschini, Anna Coroneo, Benjamin
Hollingsworth, Benny Zenga, Brian Barnhart, Cheryl Dunn, Christian
Thormann, Clayton Patterson, David Ellis, David Perez Shadi, David
Trimble, David Victor Rose, Edwin De la rosa, Erik Foss, Fumie Ishii,
Greg Ugalde, Jake Klotz, Jessica Findley, Julia Chiang, Kenzo Minami,
Laura Mensinga, Leo Fitzpatrick, Massan/Pez, Nick Marinkovich, Ryan
Humphrey, Rostarr, Spike Jonze, Takuya Sakamoto, Taliah Lempert, Tim Barber, Tod Seelie, Tom Sachs, Van Neistat, WK Interact
Anonymous Gallery and Bicycle Film Festival are proud to announce the 2010 Joyride Art Show, its annual bicycle-inspired group exhibition that brings together internationally established and emerging artists over a shared passion for the bicycle.
Brendt Barbur, Bicycle Film Festival Founding Director curates Joyride every year, this year in association with Anonymous Gallery. The BFF has been creating connections between art and the bike community since the first BFF in 2000 with an art show in the basement of Anthology Film Archives. Joyride has been an evolution of this initial idea to showcase bikes and art together and the creativity of those who ride bikes. The first official Joyride show was in 2005, and was born from the urgency of creating a visual manifestation of one of the most powerful and culturally relevant emerging movements of this decade: the urban bike movement.
Joyride travels around the world every year from its starting point in New York, and has including stops in Los Angeles, Austin, San Francisco, Paris, London and Milan. In each city along the way the show picks up artists from the local art and bike communities, catalyzing the locationʼs unique energy in a visual tribute to bicycles.