An upcoming group show brings together the work of Gregory Bojorquez, Patrick Martinez, and Michael Vasquez. The pieces in This Crazy Life depict inner-city urban life and culture through a variety of paintings, photographs and mix-media pieces. Explore the people, scenes, and themes that run throughout this exhibition at New Image Art in West Hollywood starting on April 26, from 7-10pm.
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A relatively new and fresh gallery in the Lower East Side of NYC, Two Rams (headed by Tali Wertheimer and Brandon Coburn), currently has a show by the young and talented painter Ryan Schneider. The exhibition, Ritual for Letting Go, features large-scale paintings that combine elements of painting and drawing with creative techniques such as layering pigment and paints and scratching in the compositions. The show explores interests and themes such as spirituality, magic, and the mysteries of the night and the truths that the […]
More stories from the week that ended April 20 (click on bolded words for more information): Nowness video of Julian Schnabel creating and speaking about his work. CRIF calls for cancellation of auction of Adolf Hitler and Hermann Goering’s personal effects. Sale is subsequently dropped from plans. Doreta Peppas finding it impossible to sell her Nazi-looted Van Gogh paintings. Despite protests from architects & preservationists, demolition to proceed at American Folk Art Museum. Banksy fans on the prowl for the location of his new work. It […]
More stories from the week that ended April 13 (click on bolded words for more information): Truong Tran uses old pornography and nature magazines to protest Hirst’s use of butterflies. RIP: Alan Davie, who died at 93, a day before his retrospective was due to open at Tate Britain. Hong Kong police search landfill for $3.7mil. painting dumped by cleaners at Grand Hyatt hotel after auction. Matisse’s painting Sitting Woman, part of Gurlitt trove, now subject to two competing claims. Authorities returning the artwork trove […]
More stories from the week that ended April 6 (click on bolded words for more information): A look at Phyllida Barlow as her Tate Britain commission opens. RIP: Mon Levinson, who died at the age of 88. Antony Micallef describes decision not to display his work on London tube station posters as censorship. Art school in Chile plans to promote Nazi ideology and make widespread use of the swastika. Protesters shower Guggenheim museum visitors with cruel labor confetti from above. Applications fall by over 20% […]
More stories from the week that ended March 30 (click on bolded words for more information): All about Post-Internet art and its artists. Cornelius Gurlitt will return paintings from his trove to original Jewish owners or their descendants. His legal team dismissed chief negotiator Hannes Hartung from the case. BBC provides a tour of the collection. Delaware Art Museum to sell up to four works from its collection in order to save the museum from closing. Jamie Peck responds to Terry Richardson’s response to models’ […]
Currently showing in Hollywood at Project Gallery is a show of photographic works by NY transplant and LA evangelist Moby. Ever since moving to the Sunshine State, the man most famous for his musical abilities has been concentrating more on his visual artwork (as well as his architectural appreciation and criticism). He first had a show in 2011 at Kopeikin Gallery and while that series of work included live crowd shots from his concerts, Innocents is a entirely different type of exhibition, featuring staged shoots and […]
More stories from the week that ended March 23 (click on bolded words for more information): Andrew Russeth reviews Jordan Wolfson exhibition at David Zwirner Gallery. Netherlands restitutes two works to heir of Holocaust victim. Is Nazi loot among Berggruen Collection’s modern masterworks? Norwegian museum has agreed to return looted Matisse painting to family of Paul Rosenberg. Disputed Guelph Treasure should stay with Berlin museum and not be given to heirs a German panel says. Syria accuses Turkey of turning a blind eye to the systematic […]
More stories from the week that ended March 16 (click on bolded words for more information): Jesse Krimes creates 39-Panel mural made from bedsheets, hair gel and newspapers while in prison. 18 Chinese artists (calligraphers, painters, poets) were aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Dodge Gallery in NYC’s Lower East Side will close after four years in business. International Center of Photography set to close its Midtown museum. Elmgreen & Dragset’s Prada Marfa heavily defaced and vandalized. Elmgreen & Dragset respond. Emil Nolde painting stolen from […]
More stories from the week that ended March 9 (click on bolded words for more information): Parker Ito’s show where he gave all of the pieces he created away for free. RIP: Norman Yonemoto, who died at the age of 67 following numerous strokes. Norway has chosen Jonas Dahlberg to create three memorial works for the 2011 Utøya massacre. Israel steps up effort in the search for Nazi looted art. David Toren is first American to file a lawsuit against Germany for return of artwork […]