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Preview: KAWS – “Pay the Debt to Nature” @ Emmanuel Perrotin (Paris)

It looks like KAWS is set up to open his newest solo show, “Pay the Debt to Nature”, this Saturday night at the Parisian branch of the Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery. Along with his continued exploration of his “double x” pop abstracts, you can expect more of his large-scale sculptural works as well, although not as large as the piece in Hong Kong. More preview images after the jump..

Teaser: “Pattern Recognition” @ Subliminal Projects

On November 6th, Subliminal Projects will be opening a new show “Pattern Recognition”. The premise behind the title is that each artist included has in some way produced work that consists of reoccuring events or objects, not just in a literal sense though. Show up on Saturday night and you will be treated to the works of Seonna Hong, Nikki McClure, Dalek (interviewed), Richard Colman (interviewed), and Souther Salazar (some in progress works seen above). Of note, Souther will be reassembling his fantastic “Alejandro” installation […]

Openings: Audrey Kawasaki – “Tangled” @ Outre Gallery (Sydney)

After her Melbourne opening, Audrey Kawasaki’s (interviewed) continued on to Sydney for the second part of her “Tangled” tour at the Outre Gallery locations. On display were another five new original pieces as well as sold out prints, and again, her fans down under showed out in force to support their favorite artist. More opening pics after the jump…

Teaser: Eric Fortune – “A Dream’s Reflection” @ LeBasse Projects

This Saturday night, Eric Fortune (interviewed) will exhibiting alongside Nate Frizzell (interviewed) at LeBasse Projects. The new body of work “A Dream’s Reflection” will be showing in the project room and looks to feature the complex layers and fantastical detail that we have come to expect from the a man of his talents. Some more peeks after the jump…

Preview: Laurie Lipton – “Machine Punk” @ La Luz de Jesus

One of the most gifted artists we know that works mainly graphite, Laurie Lipton, will be presenting a mostly new body of work this Friday night at the venerable La Luz de Jesus.  Entitled “Machine Punk”, many of the new works are inspired by the steampunk movement and her apparent fascination for complex machinery. Hear what she has to say about the show as well as take a look at some more preview images after the jump…

Openings: Tara McPherson – “The Bunny in the Moon” @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery

A couple of Saturdays back, Tara McPherson captivated the NY crowd with a beautiful new body of work entitled “The Bunny in the Moon” at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. The show consisted of a series of paintings featuring her lovely ladies with their animal friends and a wall installation of one-eyed flower sculptures, all rendered mostly in her signature pink and light blue. More opening pics after the jump…

Openings: JR – “The Wrinkles of the City” in Shanghai

2010 TED Prize winner JR, who beautified the city of Shanghai with his inspirational project “The Wrinkles of the City” (covered), also recently opened his gallery show in China hosted by Magda Danysz Gallery. Located in the historical part of the city, The Bund, the space was perfect setting for the street activist’s new photos taken in China with some pasted onto what looked like found materials. More photos after the jump…

Releases / Signing: Hi-Fructose Collected Edition Vol. 2 @ SFMOMA

Our friends at Hi-Fructose will be releasing their Hi-Fructose Collected Edition Vol. 2 tomorrow (November 4th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm) at the SFMOMA. There will be limited edition box sets and hardcover editions saved especially for this event, but even more exciting is that there will be an artist signing including appearances by Audrey Kawasaki, Camille Rose Garcia, Ferris Plock, Amy Sol, and Mars-1 as well as founders/editors Annie Owens and Attaboy. The next signing is planned for New York at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery […]
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Preview: Marco Mazzoni @ Arsprima Gallery

This Friday, November 5th, Marco Mazzoni, who first caught our eye during the LeVine Summer Invitational, will be opening a new solo show in Italy. His new body of work for the Arsprima Gallery in Milan is a continuation of his series of hidden faces covered by both flora and fauna. More preview images after the jump…

Releases – Josh Keyes – “Sowers” Print

For those that loved the “Sowers” painting from our interview with Josh Keyes last week, you are in luck. Limited Addiction, the publishing arm of David B. Smith Gallery (where the “Collision” show will open on this Friday night), will be releasing this epic image as Josh’s next print. The good news is that more of you will be able to add this beautiful giclee to your collections as the run will be larger than most of his releases before in a signed, numbered, and […]