The largely USA based new contemporary art movement continues it’s assault on the UK next week with “The Next Generation” opening Friday June 11th at London Miles Gallery. Curated by Culver City’s Thinkspace Gallery director, Andrew Hosner, the exhibition promises new work from 45 artists, all presented in a common format of 12 square inches. Continuing the charge recently begun with “Art from the New World” in Bristol, this time the art comes to heart of the action in London itself. For many of the [...]
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Opening alongside Guy Denning’s “Celebrity Will Eat Itself” show at the Carmichael Gallery is â€œA Mirror Distortedâ€ (previewed) featuring work from four unique female voices.Â South African transplantÂ Candice Tripp (interviewed) continues to impress us with her wit and great use of white space, whileÂ Pam Glew displays her unique “flag” works which were created utilizing a special bleach and ink technique. Cherri Wood focusesÂ solely on canvas works for this show, continuing to express her thoughts on isolation and idiosyncrasies through her characters. Rounding out the pack is [...]
Carmichael Gallery is showcasing some ladies with a unique view on things in their latest show. “A Mirror Distorted” features Andrea Michaelsson (one half of Btoy), Cherri Wood, Pam Glew, and the dazzling details of our favorite South African transplant Candice Tripp (interviewed). The show runs from August 6th to August 27th. Check out the sneak peek after the jump.
AM has long enjoyed the mixed-media watercolor and ink studies of Minnesota based artist Cherri Wood. We are excited about her latest series of works entitled “trouble, clearly” opening tomorrow, April 10th in the project room at Thinkspace Gallery. In an interview with our friends at Sour Harvest, Wood describes her illustrations as “exploring various themes such as idiosyncrasies, isolation, humiliation, and memory. Haunting figures almost coming out of ghost-films appear in ambiguous space in each of my illustrations.” This latest series is her best [...]
Our friend Jon, one of the founders of T & P Fine Art has sent over some images for their “Inaugural show.” This new gallery in Philadelphia is being started by collectors and boast an impressive list of artists for their first show which includes Adam Wallacavage, AIKO, Bask, Camilla Dâ€™Errico, Cherri Wood, Deth P Sun, Heiko Mueller, Jason Sho Green, Mark Bodnar, Mel Kadel, Peter Gronquist, Rene Gagnon, Roland Tamayo, Ryan Bubnis, Scott Campbell, Shepard Fairey, Thomas Han and many more. See the full [...]