Arrested Motion http://arrestedmotion.com "the aim of every artist is to arrest motion..." -Faulkner Wed, 01 Mar 2017 13:00:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Recap: Urban Nation’s “Secret Dinner” Event http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/recap-urban-nations-secret-dinner-event/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/recap-urban-nations-secret-dinner-event/#comments Tue, 28 Feb 2017 05:40:05 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319442 secret_dinner9

On the 22nd of February, Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art in Berlin hosted a Secret Dinner event for friends, supporters, contributors and artists participating in their ongoing programs. Around 100 guests from around the globe attended the event organized by the museum director Yasha Young and Berliner Leben, a non-profit foundation that initiated the UN project in 2013. The dinner was held in the future museum building, where construction was put on hold because of the event. Some of the permanent collection was on display and each visitor received an unique ceramic plate with work of one of the contributing artists. This was the opportunity for the hosts to present what they have accomplished on the project so far, but also to introduce their plans for the future. Through the Project M/ series as the heart of their program, but also the One Wall projects and Artists in Residency Programme, the museum has worked with 220 well-known and emerging artists that created more than 300 works of art in the past four years. These will be showcased in specifically re-designed building in Berlin-Schöneberg that will feature a "highline" runway through two level space, as well as an innovative facade with removable external walls. Along with exhibiting these commissioned pieces, the institution will include a unique library focused on graffiti, street art and urban contemporary art. Founded on a generous donation from a personal collection of books by a legendary photojournalist, the Martha Cooper Library will serve both as a part of the exhibition and as a resource for academic work. Aside from exhibitions curated by the international team of experts, from second half of 2017,  Urban Nation is planned to become a center for working, networking, research and teaching, as well as a place that offers interactive workshops and more.]]>
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On the 22nd of February, Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art in Berlin hosted a Secret Dinner event for friends, supporters, contributors and artists participating in their ongoing programs. Around 100 guests from around the globe attended the event organized by the museum director Yasha Young and Berliner Leben, a non-profit foundation that initiated the UN project in 2013. The dinner was held in the future museum building, where construction was put on hold because of the event. Some of the permanent collection was on display and each visitor received an unique ceramic plate with work of one of the contributing artists. This was the opportunity for the hosts to present what they have accomplished on the project so far, but also to introduce their plans for the future. Through the Project M/ series as the heart of their program, but also the One Wall projects and Artists in Residency Programme, the museum has worked with 220 well-known and emerging artists that created more than 300 works of art in the past four years. These will be showcased in specifically re-designed building in Berlin-Schöneberg that will feature a "highline" runway through two level space, as well as an innovative facade with removable external walls. Along with exhibiting these commissioned pieces, the institution will include a unique library focused on graffiti, street art and urban contemporary art. Founded on a generous donation from a personal collection of books by a legendary photojournalist, the Martha Cooper Library will serve both as a part of the exhibition and as a resource for academic work. Aside from exhibitions curated by the international team of experts, from second half of 2017,  Urban Nation is planned to become a center for working, networking, research and teaching, as well as a place that offers interactive workshops and more.]]>
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Releases: Damien Hirst – “Schizophrenogenesis” Book http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-damien-hirst-schizophrenogenesis-book/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-damien-hirst-schizophrenogenesis-book/#comments Tue, 28 Feb 2017 04:00:49 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319236 DamienHirstSchizophrenogenesisexhibitionPau07

Paul Stolper Gallery in London recently announced a must-have release for all the Damien Hirst fans and collectors out there. Today, they released his Schizophrenogenesis book together with Other Criteria, available in both regular and limited edition. The book covers Hirst's Schizophrenogenesis series which was shown with the gallery back in October of 2014. With this body of work, the British artist examines our faith in science and the pharmaceutical industry through a series of sculptures and prints based on the minimal aesthetic of the medicinal pill. The publication will include all of the works from the series including The Cure: 30 silkscreen prints, along with the corresponding sculptural works, reproductions of medicine bottles, pharmaceutical boxes, ampules and syringes at various scales. Also, a selection of works from the series will be on display at the gallery until the 11th of March. The limited edition will include a signed book, sealed in foil blister pack designed to match the aesthetic of the series. Measuring 29.5 x 22 x 4cm, this edition is  limited to 400 copies and will come with an unsigned copy of the book. They will be available directly through the gallery. Discuss Damien Hirst here.]]>
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Paul Stolper Gallery in London recently announced a must-have release for all the Damien Hirst fans and collectors out there. Today, they released his Schizophrenogenesis book together with Other Criteria, available in both regular and limited edition. The book covers Hirst's Schizophrenogenesis series which was shown with the gallery back in October of 2014. With this body of work, the British artist examines our faith in science and the pharmaceutical industry through a series of sculptures and prints based on the minimal aesthetic of the medicinal pill. The publication will include all of the works from the series including The Cure: 30 silkscreen prints, along with the corresponding sculptural works, reproductions of medicine bottles, pharmaceutical boxes, ampules and syringes at various scales. Also, a selection of works from the series will be on display at the gallery until the 11th of March. The limited edition will include a signed book, sealed in foil blister pack designed to match the aesthetic of the series. Measuring 29.5 x 22 x 4cm, this edition is  limited to 400 copies and will come with an unsigned copy of the book. They will be available directly through the gallery. Discuss Damien Hirst here.]]>
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Releases: Jen Stark – “Drippy” Clothing Line http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-jen-stark-drippy-clothing-line/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-jen-stark-drippy-clothing-line/#comments Mon, 27 Feb 2017 06:37:44 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319431 Screen Shot 2017-02-26 at 10.24.58 PM

Recently on her webstore, Jen Stark released a small clothing line featuring here "drippy" imagery. For those interested, there are now a men's t-shirt, women's crop top, and leggings all featuring the psychedelic drip patterns often seen in her work with a price set at $45, $40, and $55 respectively. Those are bold enough to wear these will certainly drawing attention to their style and at the same time introducing the work of Stark to everyone who sees them. Discuss Jen Stark here.]]>
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Recently on her webstore, Jen Stark released a small clothing line featuring here "drippy" imagery. For those interested, there are now a men's t-shirt, women's crop top, and leggings all featuring the psychedelic drip patterns often seen in her work with a price set at $45, $40, and $55 respectively. Those are bold enough to wear these will certainly drawing attention to their style and at the same time introducing the work of Stark to everyone who sees them. Discuss Jen Stark here.]]>
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Releases: James Jean – TMNT Villains Figures http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-james-jean-tmnt-villains-figures/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-james-jean-tmnt-villains-figures/#comments Mon, 27 Feb 2017 06:15:57 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319415 73a2f830d1560bae45aece3c1e5f1b30

Following up on the first phase of his  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles collaboration with Good Smile in 2014 (covered), James Jean (interviewed) will be releasing some of the villains from the cartoon series, films, and comic books. The Japanese manufacturer of hobby products is teaming up with Nickelodeon and Jean to design new collectible versions of Shredder, Bebop, Rocksteady and Krang. It looks like first up will be their archenemy Shredder (preorder here) and also an offer of a limited edition aluminum art print (seen below) for those that eventually order all four. Tipped off by POW! WOW! Worldwide. Discuss James Jean here.]]>
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Following up on the first phase of his  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles collaboration with Good Smile in 2014 (covered), James Jean (interviewed) will be releasing some of the villains from the cartoon series, films, and comic books. The Japanese manufacturer of hobby products is teaming up with Nickelodeon and Jean to design new collectible versions of Shredder, Bebop, Rocksteady and Krang. It looks like first up will be their archenemy Shredder (preorder here) and also an offer of a limited edition aluminum art print (seen below) for those that eventually order all four. Tipped off by POW! WOW! Worldwide. Discuss James Jean here.]]>
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Overtime: Feb 20 – Feb 26 http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/overtime-feb-20-feb-26-2/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/overtime-feb-20-feb-26-2/#comments Sun, 26 Feb 2017 12:00:55 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319167 ren hang 2017

More stories from the week that ended Feb 26 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • RIP: Ren Hang, who passed away at the age of 29. (above: photograph by artist)
  • RIP: Fritz Koenig, who passed away at the age of 92.
  • RIP: Michael E. McPherson, who passed away at the age of 44.
  • RIP: Seijun Suzuki, who passed away at the age of 93.
  • RIP: Armin Medosch, who passed away at the age of 54.
  • RIP: Tom Noble, who passed away in Taos.
  • RIP: Max Angus, who passed away at the age of 102.
  • Hauser & Wirth announces that Paul Schimmel is no longer Director, Partner, and Vice President of LA gallery.
  • Donald Trump is moving forward with his plan to eliminate arts funding programs, saving 0.0625% of budget. What defunding the National Endowment for the Arts would mean for US museums. 24 senators send letter asking President Trump to keep funding the NEA and NEH.
  • PSSST closes, citing constant attacks by anti-gentrification activists.
  • Andrea Rosen will close her gallery space and co-represent Felix Gonzalez-Torres estate with David Zwirner. Jerry Saltz writes about the gallerist.
  • LD50 criticized for promoting fascism by showing alt-right and racist art.
  • Shia LaBeouf’s He Will Not Divide Us temporarily shut down again in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Artsy writes about the over 9,000 artists blacklisted by the South Korean government.
  • NY Times explores the connection between the art market and crime.
  • Vjeran Tomic, nicknamed Spider-Man, sentenced to eight years in prison and fined for art heist.
  • Eric Spoutz sentenced to 41 months in prison for selling dozens of fake artworks.
  • British Museum-trained Iraqi archaeologist investigates damage of Isil destruction of Nimrud.
  • The myth of Johannes Vermeer as an isolated artist may have been debunked.
  • Marcato hedge fund continues to reduce its stake in Sotheby's stock.
  • Blake Gopnik revisits the circumstances behind Andy Warhol's death.
  • A look at the biggest challenges facing London’s new museum directors
  • McDonald’s discovers, protects, and promotes an ancient road found on a restaurant's site in Rome.
  • Martha Kirszenbaum updates us on the scene in Iran.
  • A Menzel drawing and a Pissarro painting in the Gurlitt trove are restituted to their heirs.
  • Leonardo’s Adoration of the Magi returns to Uffizi after a six-year restoration.
  • A look at Argentina as the guest country at the ARCOmadrid fair.
  • Bill Cunningham's camera, signature blue jacket, and Biria bicycle donated to New-York Historical Society.
  • The Essl Collection goes on a permanent loan to the Albertina Museum until at least 2044.
  • Roger Ballen donates his entire body of work to Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa.
  • Tiffany & Co. to host artist collaborations with Whitney Biennial artists in its famous windows.
  • Iraq pavilion in Venice Biennale to feature recovered ancient artifacts ransacked during war. Sneak peak of the Biennale via videos.
  • Miguel Falomir chosen as new director of the Museo Nacional del Prado.
  • Francis Kéré becomes first African architect of Serpentine pavilion.
  • Team of curators present concept for first Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie in Germany.
  • A look at the Thomas Kaplan's Leiden Collection, which is the biggest private Rembrandt collection.
  • Artinfo writes about Basquiat's Untitled (One Eyed Man or Xerox Face), offered at auction by Sotheby's.
  • Francis Bacon triptych, once owned by Roald Dahl, to lead Christie’s New York sales in May.
  • A guide to fairs in New York during Armory week.
  • Matthew Higgs's chooses his favorite works from the NADA New York fair.
  • Artnet interviews Laura Mitterrand about the Independent art fair.
  • Q&A with Carlos Urroz about 2017 ARCOmadrid. Artnet's choices for the top 10 booths at the fair. How the fair appeals to Latin American collectors.
  • Artnet interviews Ella Fontanals-Cisneros and Estrellita Brodsky about Latin American art.
  • Art Dubai unveils programming for 11th Edition in 2017.
  • LA Times previews the 2017 L.A. Art Book Fair.
  • A current look at the market for Raymond Pettibon's work.
  • Online art sales on a upward trajectory.
  • Talk Story interviews Michelle Papillion.
  • Becky Elmquist opens venue in Chinatown, Manhattan, devoted to feminist activism and the arts called Larrie.
  • Alison Jacques Gallery now represents Juergen Teller.
  • Stuart Shave's Modern Art now represents Ron Nagle.
  • R.C. Baker celebrates the life and legacy of Andy Warhol on the 30th anniversary of his death.
  • What Damien Hirst has been up to.
  • Benjamin Buchloh interviews Lawrence Weiner.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Petra Cortright's show at 1301PE.
  • Vogue profiles William Eggleston.
  • Christopher Knight reviews the Llyn Foulkes exhibition at Sprüth Magers Gallery, L.A.
  • Frieze reviews Jill Mulleady's ‘his Mortal Coil at Freedman Fitzpatrick.
  • Max Hooper Schneider selected as the next BMW Art Journey winner.
  • Artnet explores 14 artworks that were inspired by Marcel Duchamp's Fountain.
  • Artnet's list of 5 Young Artists to See in New York Right Now.
  • The story of the High Line.
  • The week in social events, galas, and parties in the art world.
  • Richard Wright novel Native Son will be adapted into a film directed by Rashid Johnson.
  • Jen Stark's new line of drippy clothing now available at her webstore.
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More stories from the week that ended Feb 26 (click on bolded words for more information):
  • RIP: Ren Hang, who passed away at the age of 29. (above: photograph by artist)
  • RIP: Fritz Koenig, who passed away at the age of 92.
  • RIP: Michael E. McPherson, who passed away at the age of 44.
  • RIP: Seijun Suzuki, who passed away at the age of 93.
  • RIP: Armin Medosch, who passed away at the age of 54.
  • RIP: Tom Noble, who passed away in Taos.
  • RIP: Max Angus, who passed away at the age of 102.
  • Hauser & Wirth announces that Paul Schimmel is no longer Director, Partner, and Vice President of LA gallery.
  • Donald Trump is moving forward with his plan to eliminate arts funding programs, saving 0.0625% of budget. What defunding the National Endowment for the Arts would mean for US museums. 24 senators send letter asking President Trump to keep funding the NEA and NEH.
  • PSSST closes, citing constant attacks by anti-gentrification activists.
  • Andrea Rosen will close her gallery space and co-represent Felix Gonzalez-Torres estate with David Zwirner. Jerry Saltz writes about the gallerist.
  • LD50 criticized for promoting fascism by showing alt-right and racist art.
  • Shia LaBeouf’s He Will Not Divide Us temporarily shut down again in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Artsy writes about the over 9,000 artists blacklisted by the South Korean government.
  • NY Times explores the connection between the art market and crime.
  • Vjeran Tomic, nicknamed Spider-Man, sentenced to eight years in prison and fined for art heist.
  • Eric Spoutz sentenced to 41 months in prison for selling dozens of fake artworks.
  • British Museum-trained Iraqi archaeologist investigates damage of Isil destruction of Nimrud.
  • The myth of Johannes Vermeer as an isolated artist may have been debunked.
  • Marcato hedge fund continues to reduce its stake in Sotheby's stock.
  • Blake Gopnik revisits the circumstances behind Andy Warhol's death.
  • A look at the biggest challenges facing London’s new museum directors
  • McDonald’s discovers, protects, and promotes an ancient road found on a restaurant's site in Rome.
  • Martha Kirszenbaum updates us on the scene in Iran.
  • A Menzel drawing and a Pissarro painting in the Gurlitt trove are restituted to their heirs.
  • Leonardo’s Adoration of the Magi returns to Uffizi after a six-year restoration.
  • A look at Argentina as the guest country at the ARCOmadrid fair.
  • Bill Cunningham's camera, signature blue jacket, and Biria bicycle donated to New-York Historical Society.
  • The Essl Collection goes on a permanent loan to the Albertina Museum until at least 2044.
  • Roger Ballen donates his entire body of work to Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa.
  • Tiffany & Co. to host artist collaborations with Whitney Biennial artists in its famous windows.
  • Iraq pavilion in Venice Biennale to feature recovered ancient artifacts ransacked during war. Sneak peak of the Biennale via videos.
  • Miguel Falomir chosen as new director of the Museo Nacional del Prado.
  • Francis Kéré becomes first African architect of Serpentine pavilion.
  • Team of curators present concept for first Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie in Germany.
  • A look at the Thomas Kaplan's Leiden Collection, which is the biggest private Rembrandt collection.
  • Artinfo writes about Basquiat's Untitled (One Eyed Man or Xerox Face), offered at auction by Sotheby's.
  • Francis Bacon triptych, once owned by Roald Dahl, to lead Christie’s New York sales in May.
  • A guide to fairs in New York during Armory week.
  • Matthew Higgs's chooses his favorite works from the NADA New York fair.
  • Artnet interviews Laura Mitterrand about the Independent art fair.
  • Q&A with Carlos Urroz about 2017 ARCOmadrid. Artnet's choices for the top 10 booths at the fair. How the fair appeals to Latin American collectors.
  • Artnet interviews Ella Fontanals-Cisneros and Estrellita Brodsky about Latin American art.
  • Art Dubai unveils programming for 11th Edition in 2017.
  • LA Times previews the 2017 L.A. Art Book Fair.
  • A current look at the market for Raymond Pettibon's work.
  • Online art sales on a upward trajectory.
  • Talk Story interviews Michelle Papillion.
  • Becky Elmquist opens venue in Chinatown, Manhattan, devoted to feminist activism and the arts called Larrie.
  • Alison Jacques Gallery now represents Juergen Teller.
  • Stuart Shave's Modern Art now represents Ron Nagle.
  • R.C. Baker celebrates the life and legacy of Andy Warhol on the 30th anniversary of his death.
  • What Damien Hirst has been up to.
  • Benjamin Buchloh interviews Lawrence Weiner.
  • Christopher Knight reviews Petra Cortright's show at 1301PE.
  • Vogue profiles William Eggleston.
  • Christopher Knight reviews the Llyn Foulkes exhibition at Sprüth Magers Gallery, L.A.
  • Frieze reviews Jill Mulleady's ‘his Mortal Coil at Freedman Fitzpatrick.
  • Max Hooper Schneider selected as the next BMW Art Journey winner.
  • Artnet explores 14 artworks that were inspired by Marcel Duchamp's Fountain.
  • Artnet's list of 5 Young Artists to See in New York Right Now.
  • The story of the High Line.
  • The week in social events, galas, and parties in the art world.
  • Richard Wright novel Native Son will be adapted into a film directed by Rashid Johnson.
  • Jen Stark's new line of drippy clothing now available at her webstore.
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Releases: Luke Chueh – “The Prisoner (Oxycontin)” Figure http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-luke-chueh-the-prisoner-oxycontin-figure/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-luke-chueh-the-prisoner-oxycontin-figure/#comments Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:26:34 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319375 16681551_715544568624514_5660231306900850248_n

This Saturday (February 25th, 5-9pm), Luke Chueh (interviewed) will be releasing the OxyContin 20Mg variant of The Prisoner figure based on one of his paintings. The pink version features one of the Los Angeles-based artist's signature sad bears sitting entrapped in a pill bottle (just like his Vicodin edition). Those attending can expect drinks, music, food, giveaways, as well as a associated print release. Discuss Luke Chueh here.]]>
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This Saturday (February 25th, 5-9pm), Luke Chueh (interviewed) will be releasing the OxyContin 20Mg variant of The Prisoner figure based on one of his paintings. The pink version features one of the Los Angeles-based artist's signature sad bears sitting entrapped in a pill bottle (just like his Vicodin edition). Those attending can expect drinks, music, food, giveaways, as well as a associated print release. Discuss Luke Chueh here.]]>
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Releases: Futura x Uniqlo Collection http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-futura-x-uniqlo-collection/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/releases-futura-x-uniqlo-collection/#comments Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:02:32 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319352 uniqlo-futura-12

After a recent successful collaboration with KAWSUniqlo has teamed up with another artist and his iconic imagery for their UT line. The released images feature many of the renowned graffiti artist's signature touches emblazoned on t-shirts like his atoms, pointmen, textured background, script. Expect these to be available sometime in March in all their stores worldwide. Via Highsnobiety. Discuss Futura here,]]>
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After a recent successful collaboration with KAWSUniqlo has teamed up with another artist and his iconic imagery for their UT line. The released images feature many of the renowned graffiti artist's signature touches emblazoned on t-shirts like his atoms, pointmen, textured background, script. Expect these to be available sometime in March in all their stores worldwide. Via Highsnobiety. Discuss Futura here,]]>
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Openings: Urban Nation – M/11 – “Radius” http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/openings-urban-nation-m11-radius/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/openings-urban-nation-m11-radius/#comments Thu, 23 Feb 2017 23:17:22 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319329 radius11

On February 22, URBAN NATION in Berlin introduced the 11th edition of their Project M/ series with an exhibition titled Radius. After introducing international talents in past projects, covering the past, present and future of urban art, M/11 was fully focused on the vast and diverse urban art community in Germany. For this event, the director of Urban Nation Museum For Urban Contemporary Art, Yasha Young, invited Boris Niehaus (JUST), Christian Hundertmark (C100) and Rudolf David Klöckner (URBANSHIT) to curate a very focused group show. This team of people that have been participating and actively following the scene for years put together work from 16 of Germany's most interesting urban artists at the moment - from the comic-like drawings by Dave The Chimp, to Sat One's fresh graffiti based abstraction, to Low Bros' retro futuristic compositions, to provocative sculptural work by Rocco and his brothers. Rounding things out were several new public works by the participating artists painted on the outside of the building at Bülowstr. 97 in Berlin. The full list of participating artists also includes Case Maclaim, Flying Förtress, Formula 76, MadC, Moses & Taps, Nomad, Patrick Hartl & C100, Sweetuno, Various & Gould, Zelle Asphaltkultur, XOOOOX & Hatch Sticker Museum.]]>
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On February 22, URBAN NATION in Berlin introduced the 11th edition of their Project M/ series with an exhibition titled Radius. After introducing international talents in past projects, covering the past, present and future of urban art, M/11 was fully focused on the vast and diverse urban art community in Germany. For this event, the director of Urban Nation Museum For Urban Contemporary Art, Yasha Young, invited Boris Niehaus (JUST), Christian Hundertmark (C100) and Rudolf David Klöckner (URBANSHIT) to curate a very focused group show. This team of people that have been participating and actively following the scene for years put together work from 16 of Germany's most interesting urban artists at the moment - from the comic-like drawings by Dave The Chimp, to Sat One's fresh graffiti based abstraction, to Low Bros' retro futuristic compositions, to provocative sculptural work by Rocco and his brothers. Rounding things out were several new public works by the participating artists painted on the outside of the building at Bülowstr. 97 in Berlin. The full list of participating artists also includes Case Maclaim, Flying Förtress, Formula 76, MadC, Moses & Taps, Nomad, Patrick Hartl & C100, Sweetuno, Various & Gould, Zelle Asphaltkultur, XOOOOX & Hatch Sticker Museum.]]>
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Openings: Sam Friedman – “LOVE SONGS” @ Library Street Collective http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/showing-sam-friedman-love-songs-library-street-collective/ http://arrestedmotion.com/2017/02/showing-sam-friedman-love-songs-library-street-collective/#comments Thu, 23 Feb 2017 06:45:59 +0000 http://arrestedmotion.com/?p=319297 16730164_1628731250477193_6876254360206425466_n

Showing through April 8 at the Library Street Collective in Detroit is an exhibition from Sam Friedman. For LOVE SONGS, the artist from New York has a series of canvases as well as over 30 paintings on paper on display that look back on his exploration of beach scenes and sunsets. Utilizing a variety of techniques that speak to his background, the colorful work continues his deconstruction and revision of natural landscapes, achieved through a balanced mix of abstraction and figurative elements. Photo credit: Sal Rodriguez. Discuss Sam Friedman here.]]>
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Showing through April 8 at the Library Street Collective in Detroit is an exhibition from Sam Friedman. For LOVE SONGS, the artist from New York has a series of canvases as well as over 30 paintings on paper on display that look back on his exploration of beach scenes and sunsets. Utilizing a variety of techniques that speak to his background, the colorful work continues his deconstruction and revision of natural landscapes, achieved through a balanced mix of abstraction and figurative elements. Photo credit: Sal Rodriguez. Discuss Sam Friedman here.]]>
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