Monthly Archives: February 2013

A$AP Twelvy | “Jay Reed” (Official Photos)

Check out the BTS photos of the A$AP Twelvy “Jay Reed” video shoot, directed by BAM’s own Simon Davis.  Visual coming soon. Photos by | Doug Segars

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Press | BY Any Means Featured In The March Issue of THE SOURCE

By Any Means is featured in this months issue of The Source magazine.  The article discusses the collaboration between former Def Jam General Manager, Gabrielle Peluso, now President of By Any Means, and founder and CEO Aristotle.  Make sure you pick up a copy, in stores now!

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Movie Poster | Graceland

Filipino crime thriller “Graceland” produced by BAM’s own Theo Brooks & Buddhatron – Indiewire’s January Project of the Month — follows the worst day in a chauffeur’s life: when both his daughter and the daughter of his corrupt politician boss get ambushed in a kidnapping. Unlike the seedy world of Ron Morales’ tale, the film’s latest [...]

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BAM Black History Month | Glenn Ligon

Ligon was born in 1960 in the Bronx. At the age of 7, his divorced, working-class parents got a scholarship for him and his brother to attend Walden School. Ligon graduated from Wesleyan University with a B.A. in 1982. After graduating, he worked as a proof-reader for a law firm, while in his spare time he painted in the [...]

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BAM Black History Month | Mark Bradford

This weeks we honor artist Mark Bradford of Los Angeles, CA. He studied at the California Institute of the Arts, located at Valencia, California, U.S., earning an MFA in 1997 and a BFA in 1995. He is known for grid-like abstract paintings combining collage with paints. Bradford’s “A Truly Rich Man is One Whose Children Run [...]

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BAM welcomes Moorhead & Benson

BAM’s newest directors, Moorhead & Benson, show how excited they are to be apart of the By Any Means family.

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