Tales Of Art gallery in Imola is currently presenting Postdigital, a group show with young international painters German Tellez, Milo Hartnoll, Paolo Psiko and Seppe De Meyere. The idea behind the show is showcase the possibilities and the charm of glitch art, as a practice of using digital or analog errors in visual art. Using a phenomenon common for computing and electronics industries when creating creating classic art form such as paintings on canvas, shows a very fresh, contemporary approach to constructing work. Sometimes applying […]
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For those planning to join the March For Our Lives march this Saturday, Shepard Fairey (featured) has made some posters available for download (in high res) thru Amplifier and for pick up some thru distribution points. In support of ending gun violence and mass shootings in our schools, the artwork from Obey is just some of the many available pieces you can choose. You can also stop by on Friday, March 23 from 1-6pm to pick up a free poster from Shep’s gallery Subliminal Projects directly if you are […]
Taking advantage of his time in New York while there to paint the Houston & Bowery wall (covered), Banksy continued to put his stencil skills to work around town (also see Clock Rat). Another two pieces have been posted to his Instagram – one cleverly shows the price of capitalism and those who suffer as corporations chase profits while the other shows a seal balancing a faded ball (the logo of the old abandoned Mobil gas station) perhaps speaking to environmental concerns. Both murals from […]
This Friday night (March 23rd) in Miami, Michael Kagan (featured) will be presenting a new body of work at Bill Brady in his first showing with the gallery. We Have Felt The Ground Shake will continue the Brooklyn-based artist’s loose renderings of Apollo astronauts who have touched down on the moon, a metaphor for man’s triumph over nature. Kagan further explains – “The paintings can work on their own or tell a story when shown together. The Mercury astronauts were the test pilots the ones that showed man can […]
Neons are one of Patrick Martinez’s most recognizable series of work, oftentimes utilizing hip-hop inspired snippets of text. For this latest limited edition (run of 25 + 5 APs) entitled I Am, the Los Angeles-based artist has referenced 1968 civil rights protest signs, continuing the aspect of his work that deals with social issues. Each piece consists of 11″ x 19″ neon on black plexiglass and comes signed and numbered. Those interested should contact The Mistake Room thru email ([email protected]). Discuss Patrick Martinez here.
For those needing another reason to travel to Hong Kong during this year’s Art Basel week, Osgemeos will be opening their first solo there starting March 26th. Entitled Déjà Vu, the new body of work from the twins, which includes new paintings and a sound installation, takes inspiration from their longstanding love for the golden age of hip hop, music, graffiti culture, folk art, and everyday life on the streets. Take a look at some more preview images of the surreal new pieces from the Brazilian duo […]
Jonathan LeVine Projects recently closed a showing by John Jacobsmeyer, his debut solo with the Jersey City gallery. Entitled Great Feats and Defeats, the oil paintings from the New York-based artist depict a world of impossible mazes created from plywood, full struggling competitors. The pieces created on aluminum are strangely influenced by both Jacobsmeyer’s fascination with wood since childhood and from his love for gaming cultures. He explains – “If time were reversed and analog followed digital, if plywood clubhouses were made in order to […]
Taking place in the middle of March every year in Valencia is the Las Fallas Festival (or Festival of Fire) which has evolved from the feast day for St. Joseph, the patron saint of carpenters into a five day extravaganza. The highlight of the event is the creation and destruction of a fallas (or ninots), one of which this year was designed by Spanish artist Okuda. The 25m high sculptural piece entitled Universal Equilibrium features his signature vibrant color palette as well as his recognizable prismatic patterns. […]
Earlier this month, Thinkspace in Los Angeles presented all new works from Amy Sol (interviewed) entitled Bird of Flux. Working with a more muted palette and a predominately twilight setting, the Nevada-based artist was able to achieve a more introspective and melancholic feel to the show. Some of her elegant female characters were stylistically more elongated which carried over to her first exploration of sculptural forms. Take a look at the entire body of work here. Discuss Amy Sol here.
This Saturday night, March 24th, Richard Heller Gallery in Los Angeles will be opening a group show entitled Immersion. Artists were asked to create work that play off the title of the exhibition – literally depicting immersion, working with the complete immersion into other worlds, or make pieces that involve the process of immersion in the creative process itself. Participating artists include Dan Attoe (seen above), Amy Bennett, Morgan Blair, Ryan Travis Christian, Hanna Hansdotter, Kajahl, Matthew Palladino, Super Future Kid, Christian Rex van Minnen, Mark […]