A couple of days ago, Central Embassy in Bangkok unveiled the latest large-scale sculpture from KAWS, standing 8 meters tall outside their complex. Produced with the help of curator AllRightsReserved, the event also featured a plush version of the figure, which looked to be a cross between Elmo & The Cookie Monster, remixed the the Brooklyn-based artist’s double-x eyes and skull & cross bones. Along with this, to the delight of his fans, there was also an exhibition of limited edition prints as well other associated products for sale. Photo […]
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If you are a fan of Takashi Murakami and have visited Japan in the past, you may have made a stop at Bar Zingaro, the spirits section that connects his galleries in the Nakano Broadway mall in Tokyo. He now has his own line of sake to serve his customers with the recent release of a collaboration with NEXT5 Sake. All the different versions of bottles are adorned with the Japanese artist’s signature flower motif, but the ceramic bottles will come in three colors (gold ones signed by the artist himself). Take a look […]
Wayne White recently released a series of fiberglass serving trays in collaboration with Fishs Eddy. Featuring the versatile artist’s distinctive text-based paintings, the trays would make an interesting addition to a party for those interested in art. Take a look at some of the available items below and head over here to make your purchase. Discuss Wayne White here.
On July 7th, a group show featuring an intriguing list of international and local artists will open in Hong Kong at the Kong Art Space. Curated by Robin Peckham, SFW or Safe For Work / So Fucking What will include work from Afa Annfa, Ben Venom, Brackmetal, Cary Kwok, Core, David Jien, Guan Feng Dong, James Jean (seen above), Jan Curious, Jay Fanakapan, Justin Shoulder & Bhenji Ra, Krsiten Liu-Wong, Laurent Segretier, Maricor/Maricar, Michael Lau, Prodip Leung, Ren Hang, Simon Birch, Tessar Lo, Wing Shya, Wong […]
Last weekend, Galerie Itinerrance opened a solo show from Shepard Fairey (featured) that brought a brought full circle a project he started back in November of last year with an installation (covered) between the first and second floor of the Eiffel Tower entitled Earth Crisis. Along with a mural he painted earlier this month in Paris (covered), the series of works created in turquoise and blue is complete – pieces that the American artist hopes will remind us to take care of our air, water, and vegetation as well as to preserve our […]
With this year’s POW! WOW! Long Beach fast approaching, the installation of the associated group show is already underway at the Long Beach Museum of Art with murals being prepped by a large roster of artists. Vitality & Verve: In the Third Dimension is presented by the museum in collaboration with Thinkspace & POW! WOW! LB and will feature originals, installations, and murals (just like last year). The opening is scheduled for July 16th to the general public with an associated LBMA After Dark event on July 15th […]
On July 8th, Casey Gray will be opening a small show of works on paper at Legion in San Francisco. The new experimental pieces from the locally-based artist are created with acrylic spray paint and precision masking techniques, a continuation of his explorations of still life. Paper Trail will include four medium-scale bulletin board paintings referencing his studio environment as well as some smaller fruit, vegetable, and landscape studies. Discuss this show here. Discuss Casey Gray here.
Along with an exhibition celebrating Dutch flower paintings of the early 17th and late 18th century, the National Gallery in London has also organized an installation made out of flowers on their front facade. Created out of 25,000 blooms by the Flower Council of Holland, the piece is a recreation of A Still Life of Flowers in a Wan-Li Vase by Dutch artist Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder. Take a look at more photos below as well as a video… Via My Modern Met.
Fans of Martin Wittfooth (interviewed) will be be happy to know he’s hard at work on his next solo show. Scheduled for October at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles, the exhibition looks to include at least one huge piece, the one seen above with some animals astride a tank. It’s entitled Bacchanal, measures 78″ x 60,” and appears to feature a familiar subject matter as well as palette. Discuss Martin Wittfooth here.
Continuing her series of works featuring a novel method of embroidering metal objects, Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė has recently decided to apply her unique technique to war helmets. The Lithuanian artist, who is choice of our next Art Focus article, recently exhibited these pieces at Art Vilnius 2016 where she was awarded for best installation at the fair. The title of the fresh collection of works is Kill For Peace, of which you can see more photos below… Via Colossal.