Tonight, Brooklyn based Ad Hoc Art gallery will be holding a special release party for Camilla dâ€™Errico’s beautiful ‘Royal Egg Watcher’ print. Camilla will be in attendance to meet and greet her fans at the event. This print is based on the captivating painting from Ad Hoc Gallery’s Language of the Angels show. (Covered here.) artist: Camilla d’Errico title: Royal Egg Watcher image size: 14″ x 18″ (same as original painting) format: GiclÃ©e print on Hahnemuhle 100% Archival Cotton Rag, signed and numbered by the […]
For those who haven’t seen Jeff Soto’s show “Turning in Circles” yet, here’s a good opportunity to stop by for a visit. Not only is the Riverside Art Museum open late tomorrow (because of the monthly Riverside Art Walk), Jeff will also be presenting an hour long slide show chronicling the span of his career, past and present. There will also be a Q & A session and a signing afterwards for his book, “Storm Clouds”. Feb 5 (7:30 â€“ 9 pm) Riverside Art Museum […]
T & P Fine Arts is opening their new stencil themed show “Cut Copy” on February 6th, this Friday. The show will include artists 2 Cent, Ame72, Adam 5100, Bandit, Ben Slow, Buildmore, DiRQuo, Dogbyte, Daan, Eelus, Jef Aerosol, JRF, Kenji Nakayama, L.E.T. , Mimi The Clown, Mr. Brainwash, Neverwork, Nick Gentry, Papermonster, Pure Evil, Rene Gagnon, Skullphone, Soule. Check out some preview pics after the jump.
It’s finally here, twenty years in the making… the long awaited retrospective (previewed here and here) for Shepard Fairey has opened. The Supply & Demand exhibition held it’s VIP opening last night, and boy, was it an event. With numerous activities and events throughout the night, we are still catching our collective breath from the festivities. More on that later… But for now, just let our exclusive photos of the exhibition do the talking. AM brings you a comprehensive look at the Shepard’s last 20 […]
Dan May’s show “Slow Collison” opens this Saturday, February 7th at Copro Nason.Â His lush environments and monsters are as eye catching now as they were when we first saw his work on flickr several years ago.Â Of course, his work has evolved and become more rich with fantastic compositiona and “story-telling.”Â Dan takes some time to answer some questions for us about his current show as well as plans for the rest of 2009.Â Check the interview and some preview pics after the jump.
Ilia, half of the Barcelona street-art duo Btoy, will be participating in the group show “Lifeline” which opens concurrently with Chris Stain’s solo show (previewed) at the Carmichael Gallery on Thursday, February 5th @ 7pm. The gallery was kind enough to send us a few preview images that highlight Ilia’s signature style featuring delicate lines and a muted palette. The other artists on display in the group exhibition are Jim Darling, Alex Hornest, and Sesper. Check out the rest of the preview after the jump.
AM got a chance to attend a special press sneak-preview of Shepard Faireyâ€™s retrospective at the ICA this morning, and we got some exclusive details regarding some special Obey goodies. Tomorrow morning, the ICA will be releasing a very special and limited edition box set of the Supply & Demand book to celebrate the opening of Shepard Fairey’s historic retrospective. (Our coverage here.)Â Much like the sold-out exclusive Wooster Collective x Obey book, this 20th anniversary edition box set contains 4 silkscreened mini-prints, each hand […]
Art and music collided last night with the invite-only opening of the “Worlds on Fire” show (previewed) held at the Pacific Electric Lofts’ building in downtown LA.Â The week-long exhibit features portraits of 2009 Grammy nominees painted and interpreted by some of the top artists in the low brow and pop surrealist scene. AM was on hand to attend the opening of the Gen Art hosted event – curated by Kris Lewis, Will.i.am and Justin Giarla (Shooting Gallery). Make sure to check out the photos […]
“Magic Tricks” is the latest solo exhibition from Australian-born painter and street artist Anthony Lister. His two-person show withÂ Craola (previewed/interviewed) opens February 5th at Fifty24SF. Lister’s latest body of work veers away from his abstracted figural imagery and focuses on paintings derived from images found in his recent book, “Tales of White Trash Prophecy.” Read about this and more in the rest of our interview, after the jump.
Can’t wait until February 7th for Mark Ryden’s Snow Yak show to open up in Tokyo?Â Well, you’re in luck because AM put together a preview ofÂ some brand new images along with some that we teased you with a few weeks ago. For this body of work, it looks as though Ryden is focusingÂ on a singular theme as opposed to having multiple focuses in each of his paintings – a more minimalistic approach with a more uniform palette. Interested in picking something up? Well prices start […]