Pervasive artist Gary Baseman, will be opening his next solo show at Corey Helford Gallery on May 2nd.Ã‚Â This show is influenced by Brazil’s Carnival and will feature paintings and sculptures introducing his Carnival Girls and ChouChou Buddha.Ã‚Â Sounds fun as there will be an outdoor festival with live performances, music and costumes.Ã‚Â We also hear there might be some body painting? A video of Baseman at Carnival last year after the jump…
Category Archives: Teasers
Big surprises coming out of the Carmichael Gallery, who for weeks have been hinting at a “secret group show” in the rear portion of the gallery to coincide with BOXI’s debut United States solo, opening this Thursday, April 9th. The group show will feature the Neo-Con Collective, comprised of shadow chalker Ellis G. (Seen on the streets), the man of colorful geometric shapes Aakash Nihalani (Update) and ad disruptor extraordinaire Poster Boy. The collective will be joined by London urban artist Zeus, whose latest works […]
Oos Botos Gallery in Hong Kong will be hosting “Reading Through Seeing,” JosÃƒÂ© ParlÃƒÂ¡’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong.Ã‚Â The show will open on May 14th and will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalog with an essay by author and New York University scholar Alexandra Chang. At first glance, ParlÃƒÂ¡’s characteristic calligraphy meets graffiti, writing meets painting style seems like random strokes, albeit beautiful random strokes.Ã‚Â But, closer examination and understanding of his work reveals that his paintings are a journal of his […]
Here is a taste of what Audrey Kawasaki has been working on for her upcoming show at Space Yui in Tokyo opening on May 7th. She says on her blog that there will be about 10 paintings and drawings for the show. Looks like she’s continuing with the laser cutouts that we first saw at her “Drawing Room” show. Discuss this show here. Discuss Audrey Kawasaki here.
Gallery Nucleus and I am 8-bit are teaming up, with support from CAPCOM, to present a Street Fighter tribute group show entitled “Jab Strong Fierce,” opening on April 25th.Ã‚Â Artists participating include Angry Woebots, Eric Fortune, Israel Sanchez, Khang Le, Luke Chueh, Mari Inukai, Nanospore, Roland Tamayo, and many more.Ã‚Â Take a look at Eric Fortune’s piece as well as more details on the show after the jump…
Fresh off his first ever museum show, Jeff Soto is now hard at work on his inaugural UK solo show “The Inland Empire” at Stolenspace, set to open May 14th. The show will feature about twenty new paintings as well as some installations centering on themes of economic recession that most of the world is going through and in particular where Jeff grew up and currently lives at – the Inland Empire.Ã‚Â Expect more coverage here as the show draws nearer but for now, take […]
Travis Louie (interviewed) sent us a teaser image for his upcoming solo show “Strange Grooming Habits” on May 9th at Copro Gallery. We are excited to check out this new body of work as Travis has told us some of the pieces will be quite large and complex. See you all there. Discuss Travis Louie here.
Cuadro Fine Art Gallery, in collaboration with KRUNK, will be hosting a three-man exhibition featuring urban legends Phil Frost, Futura, and Stash later this month. The show will held in conjunction with Art Dubai, U.A.E.’s third annual contemporary art fair, part of their ever-growing ambitions to become the center of the art world (see article on construction of their cultural district). A Collector’s Lunch is scheduled for March 17th and an evening Preview Reception on March 19 will open the exhibition which will remain on […]
One of most anticipated shows of the year is coming up at the end of this month at Merry Karnowsky in Los Angeles. One of the giants in the “low brow/pop surrealism” scene, Todd Schorr, is opening his first solo show in quite some time entitled “The World We Live In.” Look for much more coverage of this show here on AM in the weeks leading up to the March 28th opening. Discuss Todd Schorr here. Discuss this show here.
Fresh off his LA show last December (covered), Yoshitomo Nara will be opening an exhibition tomorrow night (6-8 pm) at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York. It sounds like a fantastic show as Nara will be showing new paintings and drawings as well as more large-scale sculptures with his collaborative group YNG. The structures are described as “two immense sculptures that recall stylized tannenbaums, with their roof shingling evoking exaggerated tree needles. Small cut-out windows and hanging lights punctuate the sculptures, providing them with […]