Friday, October 7, 2011

Throttled Sat Night

Come on out Saturday night! Along with the photography exhibit a select number of custom bikes will be on display, including myself, Kim Boyle BCM, Ian Barry Falcon, JD Sansaver FMF, and others. Should be a good time.

Mark your calendar for Oct. 8th 2011 for COMUNE/Drop City contributor Ray Gordon’s photography exhibit titled “THROTTLED”!
After a successful show in Portland, OR at Wieden + Kennedy we’ve teamed up with Ray to bring the show to
Los Angeles. Now with additional new photos from Ray’s recent trip to the Bonneville Salt Flats!

Opening Reception for THROTTLED Photography Exhibition
The Holding Company
Saturday, October 8th, 2011 7pm
104 Robinson, Los Angeles, CA 90026 RSVP is Required

After Party and Special Musical Guest TBA.
Beverages provided by Pabst Blue Ribbon
Ray Gordon’s THROTTLED presents an intimate look at people that build and celebrate traditional
hot rods and vintage motorcycles. The twenty-five or so large-scale color images tell stories of
hitting the gas and having a laugh. Gordon takes us to the places where he is at home: drag
strips, custom bike shops and secret forts where guys with grease under their fingernails seduce
beautiful girls that know better but can’t resist the promise of danger. Way more than a peek
under the hood, THROTTLED invites one and all to a way of life that’s as simple and fun as a fast
ride, good friends and a couple of beers.
THROTTLED is definitely going to be anything but your typical uptight photography show.

Ray Gordon has been a professional photographer for over one thousand years, working with all
sorts of spoiled brats, goldbrickers and filthy rich desperadoes. He’s really f*ing rad, if you’ve got
an hour, just ask him. In spite of being a tireless blowhard, he’s got a lot of great friends and an
incredible family and as you can see he takes a pretty good picture. A noisy dragstrip is one of
the few places he finds peace of mind.
Preview of images from the show available on request.

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