Spanish artist Okuda recently collaborated with Flamingo to design a pair of sunglasses featuring his distinctive aesthetic. The shaded spectacles (available here for 95.00€) feature the prolific street artist’s signature colors & patterns on the frames. As an added bonus, it comes with unique packaging that includes hard case and microfiber pouch among other things. Take look at more photos and video below… Discuss Okuda here.
Another artist showing with Thinkspace at the Moniker Art Fair (which opened today) in London was Kevin Peterson. Joining Brian Viveros (previewed), Audrey Kawasaki (previewed), Cinta Vidal, David Cooley, Dulk, and Telmo Miel with solo booths, the Houston-based artist contributed more of his signature paintings with children and their animal companions in urban environments, with a crown being the common denominator that draws this new body of work together. Discuss Kevin Peterson here.
Those attending the Moniker Art Fair (which opened today) in London, should head over to the multiple booths that Thinkspace is curating as they will be hosting solos from Brian Viveros (previewed), Cinta Vidal, David Cooley, Dulk, Kevin Peterson, Telmo Miel, and Audrey Kawasaki (interviewed), whose pieces for the event we will share with you here. The new paintings from the Los Angeles-based artist sees her exploring a new style that brings to mind old advertisements posters for circus performers (including some text), while still maintaining her skill […]
This Saturday night (October 7th) in Los Angeles, Cordessa Fine Art will be presenting a new body of work from Kevin E. Taylor. Entitled Dead Evidence, the recently produced paintings are loosely adapted from Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel’s photo series Evidence. Continuing his exploration of intriguing imagery that brings surreal elements into museum or gallery settings, the San Francisco-based artist deals with themes such as how “humankind’s urgent march toward technological advancement accelerates, yet our mortality constantly grounds us.” Discuss Kevin E. Taylor here.
One booth you don’t want to miss while in London for Frieze Week will be the Perrotin booth as they have dedicated their entire space to KAWS. Continuing to push the boundaries of his aesthetic, the Brooklyn-based artist explores different palettes as well as incorporates more of his “scribbles” in the new work. Rounding out the showing is one of the American artist’s father and son companion sculptural duos as well as a larger piece in the Frieze Sculpture Park. Take a look at more preview […]
Invader recently completed his 7th “invasion” wave of Hong Kong with the placement of 32 of his signature tile-based work in and around Habour City (known for their support of artists). Situated next to the stunning views of Victoria Harbor and looking across to the iconic skyline of Hong Kong Island, the largest shopping and dining destination in HK is now even more a must-visit with the announcement that they would preserve all the space invaders that the French street artist has installed on their walls. Take […]
Rules of Engagement, a joint show from Mark Jenkins (interviewed) and Rero, is currently on view at Wunderkammern and will run until October 28th. The exhibition at the gallery’s Milan venue features the American Jenkins bringing his signature and often ski-masked sculptural pieces in from the streets while still retaining the cleverness and grittiness in the indoor setting. At the same time, Rero, who hails from France, has filled the space with his text-based work, immediately recognizable as the words are crossed by a thick black line. The […]
Galerie Mathgoth is currently hosting the French debut solo exhibition from one of the more talented muralists in urban art movement, Fintan Magee. Waves is also the first solo show since 2014 for the Austrialia-born artist who spent the last three years traveling the globe and painting some impressive, large scale murals. For this show, Magee produced a series of canvases that continue his ongoing figurative body of work that mixes realism and poetic dreams. Accented with a strong painterly approach, his images are permeated with surrealistic elements that are in constant juxtaposition with […]
Victori + Mo gallery in New York is currently showing House Work, a solo exhibition and installation of new works by Jonathan Chapline. On view until October 22th, the show includes a series of paintings and sculptures, a result of his ongoing investigation of digital aesthetics. Trained as a painter, Chapline uses traditional technique along with rendering software, balancing between the analogue and digital modes of production. Particularly interested in exploring how technological developments impact the ways we mediate, his works carry aesthetics of early computer generated […]
More stories from the week that ended Oct 1 (click on bolded words for more information): Images and information for Cheyenne Julien’s Homegrown exhibition now up on Smart Objects site. RIP: Jim Walrod (1968 – 2017). RIP: Marian Horosko, who passed away at the age of 92. RIP: Valton Tyler, who passed away at the age of 73. RIP: Carolus Enckell (1945–2017). Ghost Ship warehouse owner Chor Ng receives $3mil. insurance payout from deadly fire. Puerto Rican art spaces, like everyone else on the island, significantly affected […]