A couple weeks back, the Jonathan LeVine Gallery also hosted a new solo from Kevin Cyr (interviewed) alongside Doze Green and Eric White. In Praise of Rust features the New York-based painter’s signature depictions of old vehicles, especially those with the patina of age and graffiti on its surface. If you have a similar appreciation of these vans and delivery trucks seen in most big cities, then stop by to check out the work before the show closes on June 16th. Discuss Kevin Cyr here.
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Next Tuesday, June 5th, is the opening for the exhibition we are curating at Stephen Webster in Beverly Hills. Entitled City of Fire, the show will feature work from a diverse selection of artists including Cyrcle., Thomas Doyle, Ron English, James Jean, Kid Zoom, Dave Kinsey, MARS-1, Patrick Martinez, Pedro Matos, REVOK, Rostarr, Andrew Schoultz, SABER, Jeff Soto, Judith Supine, TrustoCorp, Mark Dean Veca, Nick Walker, and Adam Wallacavage. We now have some teaser images for you to peruse including a glimpse a sweet wood piece from James […]
Last night, Melbourne artlovers were treated to a new solo show from Hush (interviewed) at the Metro Gallery. Entitled Sirens, the new body of work consisted of 13 large pieces and 24 smaller more experimental works as well as a wall murals and some hand finished touches. The new pieces have been in the making for over six months, time well spent building up layers and mixtures of chaotic throws, urban elements, textures, and the female form. Photos by Land of Sunshine and the gallery. Discuss […]
We have already directed your attention to two murals (here & here) which marked the passing of late Adam Yauch (MCA) of the Beastie Boys, and now we have another tribute to add to the mix. Shepard Fairey recently has put up several pieces around Los Angeles, utilizing a Glen E. Friedman photo, in remembrance of the music legend at a couple locations (Sunset at Las Palmas and another on Fairfax just south of Santa Monica Boulevard). RIP. Image via the artist & FRESHNGOOD. Discuss Shepard Fairey here.
James Jean (featured), who will be showing in our City of Fire show next week, has just released a beautiful new print on his webstore at OVM entitled Nervosa. Reproduced from one of his delicate and intricate drawings, the edition is limited to 100 and costs $75. The giclee comes signed, numbered, and embossed and is sized at 6.375″ x 10.25″ with the image size at 5.125″ x 8″. Buy it here now if interested. Discuss James Jean here.
On June 14h, the Dorothy Circus Gallery in Italy will be playing host to a new body of work from Seattle-based painter Scott Musgrove. Fame I’m Going To Live Forever will be sure to include many of his signature surreal lifeforms, introducing fans in Rome to many new species that they never knew existed. Judging from these first preview images, he’ll also have familiar creatures from the deep juxtaposed in unfamiliar environments, perhaps referencing environmental issues he has touched on in his work before. Discuss […]
Coming up on June 9th, the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City will be hosting a group exhibition – Motion: The Art of Movement. Featuring 25 artists (Alex Gross , Amy Sol, Anita Kunz, Benjamin Bryce Kelley, Billy Norrby , Chris Pugliese, Cleon Peterson, COOP, Eric Joyner, HUSH , Jeremy Lipking , Joe Sorren , Josh Agle (SHAG), Korin Faught , Marco Mazzoni, Maria Kreyn, Melissa Forman, Paul Frank, Phil Hale, Ray Caesar, Sarah Folkman , Sas Christian, Stella Im Hultberg , Sylvia Ji, Van Arno , and Zeus) who will depicting people in […]
On June 1st, Andrew Schoultz and Richard Colman will once again open a joint show together since the last time in Copenhagen in March (covered). This time, the two friends and artists will be taking their paintings up north to Toronto for an exhibition at Cooper Cole collectively entitled Destroyer. It looks like Schoultz has arrived ahead of time and has been working on a beast of mural the last six days at the recording studio of Daniel Lanois. Check it out along with the […]
One of the artists displaying works alongside Eric White’s current showing (covered) is New York-born, Northern California-based artist Doze Green, in what is his fourth solo exhibition at Jonathan LeVine. Luminosity in the Dark Rift, features a series of mixed media works on canvas, panel, and paper all demonstrating his signature combinations of cubism, abstract lifeforms, and stylized letterforms leading to rich and complex compositions. Stop by for a look yourself at the Rocksteady Crew legend’s new paintings through June 16th. Discuss Doze Green here.
A couple weekends ago, the Jonathan LeVine Gallery hosted the opening for Eric White’s (interviewed) solo show – Transmission. For this new body of work, the talented New York-based artist continued to explore his interest in cinematic compositions, in particular scenes where automobiles are figured prominently. The detail in these pieces need to be seen in person to be fully appreciated as they are all beautifully rendered and elicit a sense of a bygone era in the annals of movie-making. Discuss this show here. Discuss […]