In less than an hour, KAWS will be releasing a new limited edition off his website entitled PRESENTING THE PAST. Those who attended his current exhibition in Hong Kong (or saw the photos), may have noticed the screenprint hanging in the gallery. Sized at 32″ x 32″ and produced in a run of 250, the new image will cost you $3400 to add to your collection. Head over at noon EST if you are interested. Discuss KAWS here.
This Oct 4 will see the fourth and final installment of MOCA’s music and performance series Step and Repeat. The Saturday date includes performances by Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks; sound artist Tim Hecker’s presentation of La Monte Young, Really Eternal Music / Your Bloated Hard Drive (2011); comedy by Heather Lawless and Neil Hamburger; performance by Geneva Jacuzzi, Brendan Fowler and DJs presented by Dub Club. Doors open at 5:30pm at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (152 N. Central Avenue, LA, CA 90012) with DJs […]
After unveiling a new piece on the streets in Folkestone after a short absence, it looks like Banksy has moved up the south east coast of England to Clacton-on-Sea. The clever new stenciled image features a flock of birds protesting against another bird of a different color, bringing to light the silliness of similar behavior in the human race. Hopefully, this is the beginning of a slew of new works from the Bristol Bomber. Discuss Banksy here.
As we countdown to Baby Tattooville, we have a couple more interviews from participating artists to share with you. Los Angeles based painter Brian Smith recently spent some time talking to AM about his dark, flowing art work, what it was like not making art for a decade and why he is excited to be a part of this year’s Baby Tattooville. See below for the conversation, some studio shots, work in progress shots and a few examples of Brian’s work. Arrested Motion (AM): You famously […]
Releasing online this Friday at 13 Press is a limited edition, signed and numbered neon by one of the masters of the craft, Patrick Martinez. The plug-in and functional object measures 13″ x 8″, is an edition of 20, signed, and will retail for $575. According to the artist, the piece is “inspired by the genuine introspective and philosophical truth of ones self.” Get yours starting on Friday at: http://13press.com/ Discuss Patrick Martinez here.
On the 27th of September, Jaski Gallery in Amsterdam introduced a new solo from Tessar Lo to their collectors and local art lovers. Devices And The Virtues is Lo’s third show with the gallery and it once again proved the strong connection and love between the artist and the city. For this show, the Toronto-based artist prepared several large canvases, some mid size ones, and a nice selection of drawings on paper that were displayed in an eye-catching cluster. Exploring and playing with his expressive, naive style, purposely minimizing his efforts, the […]
We popped by the studio of Ludo (interviewed) in Paris as he prepares for his London solo show Chaos Theory at Lazarides Rathbone. Using his trademark neon green and monochromatic palette, the Frenchman’s new body of work illustrates themes of chaos, through a battalion of futuristic mechanical butterflies. Blending nature and human technology with anatomical and technical precision, Ludo references the accelerated pace of life in which people continually strive to keep up with the ongoing race against the clock. The frail and ephemeral butterfly image has […]
Some of our friends behind POW! WOW! recently started Big Bad Wolf with the goal of bringing street inspired fashion, art and culture down to the little ones. Their current plan is to release a limited edition artist tee once a month and kickstarting things is a design by Yoskay Yamamoto (interviewed). Fans of his work and those who know any kids from two to ten can head over here to make a purchase. Discuss Yoskay Yamamoto here.
New York-based artist Tara McPherson spent some time talking with AM while she got ready for this year’s Baby Tattooville. She is best known for her paintings featuring women in mysterious settings, but is also widely regarded for her screen printing and has even been called “The Crown Princess of Rock Posters” by Elle Magazine. She explains how being a mother has changed her daily schedule, how she has moved on from the fire that destroyed her home and how she beats an artistic funk. […]
On October 4th, Wunderkammern will be opening a solo from Spanish silhouette master Sam3 entitled Monumental. The exhibition will mark the beginning of the gallery’s new art project entitled Limitless which will see four other international street artists take turns presenting new bodies of work and public art in Rome. First up is this sweet new wall painted with Sam3’s shadow technique as well as upcoming indoor works featuring ceramics, paper, and canvas works. Photo credit: Giorgio Coen Cagli (courtesy Wunderkammern). Discuss Sam3 here.