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Openings: Sandra Chevrier – “The Cages; and the Reading Rooms of their Lives”

Last weekend, Thinkspace in Los Angeles opened a solo show from Sandra Chevrier (interviewed) entitled The Cages; and the Reading Rooms of their Lives. The new body of work featured the Canadian artist’s signature portraits of women with painted and collaged comic book facial overlays with some of the pieces featuring a physically removable “mask” of superheroes. When these covers are lifted, the emotions and fragility of the human underneath are revealed. Chevrier further explains – “In the greater body of my work, the images used within the ‘cages’ series range from […]
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Previews: “BLAB! Eleventh” @ Copro Gallery

On September 1st, Copro Gallery will be opening the 11th edition of the BLAB! Show. The selection is always strong for this longest running annual exhibition at the Los Angeles gallery with this year being no different. Participants for 2016 include: Camille Rose Garcia, Martin Wittfooth, Travis Louie, Joe Sorren, Nicoletta Ceccoli, Jeff Gillette (seen above), Peter Ferguson, Jana Brike, Esther Pearl Watson, Ryan Heshka, Lola, Owen Smith, Glenn Barr, John Brophy, Amy Crehore, Richard J. Oliver, Tim O’Brien, Tom Bagshaw, Fred Stonehouse, DXTR, Hannah Faith Yata, […]

Overtime: June 27 – July 3

More stories from the week that ended July 3 (click on bolded words for more information): Sui Park creates sea creature sculptures using cable ties. RIP: Kenworth Moffett, who passed away at the age of 81, due to complications of heart disease. RIP: Peter J. Amdam. RIP: Lisa Liebmann, who passed away at the age of 61. RIP: Ben Patterson, who passed away at the age of 82. RIP: Wellington Ward, who passed away at the age of 81. Isil destroys Temple of Nabu in the Assyrian city of Nimrud in northern […]

Openings: Kathie Olivas & Brandt Peters – “Outer Limits” @ Sally Centigrade

A couple of weeks ago, Sally Centigrade in Denver opened up a joint show from Kathie Olivas & Brandt Peters entitled Outer Limits. The husband and wife team presented a cluster of original works interspersed with various art toys as well as custom hand-painted items. Take a look at more photos from the opening reception below… Discuss Kathie Olivas here. Discuss Brandt Peters here.

Previews: Chris Mars, Naoto Hattori & Matt Dangler – “3” @ beinArt Gallery

After a successful inaugural exhibition (covered), beinArt will be presenting a joint show starting April 30th featuring Chris Mars, Naoto Hattori, and Matt Dangler (interviewed). Entitled 3, the exhibition will include the dark narratives of Mars with work influenced by his experiences with his brother’s mental illness, Hattori’s psychedelic creations, and Dangler’s surreal creatures. Take a look more preview images below…

Overtime: April 11 – April 17

More stories from the week that ended April 17 (click on bolded words for more information): Greg Parma Smith’s show at David Lewis is a Artforum Critic’s Pick. RIP: Malick Sidibé, who passed away at the age of 80. RIP: Julie Becker, who passed away at the age of 44. Siyuan Zhao, who stabbed a Art Basel Miami Beach fairgoer, pleads guilty to attempted murder. Swiss prosecutors raid storage facility in Geneva in search of disputed Modigliani painting. Bloomberg reveals that the painting has been confiscated. Institut Restellini identifies […]

Streets: INO (Athens)

INO recently painted this large mural titled Snowblind in his hometown of Athens. Commissioned for the Public Information Campaign for Hepatitis C, the street artist produced a large figurative piece in his signature black & white style. Working without projectors and using his own mapping system, the Greek artist painted a faceless man blinded with the pursuit of money. By adding a light blue section in the shape of the human liver, INO is addressing the fact that 200,000 Greeks suffer from hepatitis C, but only 4% know it. Using a […]

Overtime: April 4 – April 10

More stories from the week that ended April 10 (click on bolded words for more information): Hyperallergic reviews Jessi Reaves and Sophie Stone’s show at Del Vaz Projects. RIP: Tony Conrad, who passed away at the age of 76 due to pneumonia. Group of artists, scientists and politicians call for British Museum to drop BP sponsorship. Edinburgh International Festival no longer sponsored by BP. Donald Trump’s art collection actually consists of fakes? Dmitri Rybolovlev’s divorce from wife shows how he used offshore shelters to hide his assets, such as art. […]

Overtime: March 7 – March 13

More stories from the week that ended March 13 (click on bolded words for more information): Ben Davis writes about the opening exhibition at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel. Christopher Knight also has a review for the LA Times. RIP: Tamuna Sirbiladze, who passed away at the age of 45 due to cancer. RIP: Robert Redbird, who passed away at the age of 76 after an extended illness. RIP: Pirro Cuniberti, who passed away at the age of 92. RIP: Fred Holland, who passed March 5 in Columbus Ohio. RIP: Marty […]
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Armory Week ’16 / Previews: Gallery Poulsen @ PULSE

With the official opening of Armory Week in New York tomorrow, March 3rd, it’s time to tell you about one of the booths we are really looking forward to. One of the satellite fairs, PULSE, will feature a booth from Gallery Poulsen in Copenhagen where they will be displaying a fantastic selection of work from six of their artists including Christian Rex van Minnen, John Jacobsmeyer (seen above), Mu Pan, Nicola Verlato and William Powhida. Take a look at some more preview images below…     […]
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