It looks like it’s time for another Supreme artist collaboration skate deck release. Fans will be happy to know that they are continuing their respected line featuring prominent artists with John Baldessari. Three different versions will be available starting October 7th for North America (both in-store and online) and on October 9th in Japan. Via Hypebeast.
Tag Archives: Contemporary Art
Kaws recently opened his “Passing Through” exhibition in Tsim Sha Tsui at the popular Harbour City complex in Hong Kong. The show appears to be a semi-retrospective (see pics a full retrospective here) featuring many of his classic as well as new art figures, sure to be a hit among his many collectors in Asia. Although there did not appear to be any new original paintings as many had hoped, there were some drawings included, a rarity for the artist – and of course the […]
AM caught the opening of “Family Tradition” at TT Underground Gallery. Curated by Ron English, the group show re-imagines one of the classic mob sagas through the eyes of art. The show featured artists such as Eric White, Travis Louie, Mark Dean Veca, Triston Eaton, Mike Shinoda, Chet Zar to name a few. Check out all the opening night mayhem after he jump.
Something new from Saber. Know Hope installation at the Drake Hotel. M-City in Paris. Faces exhibition at Electric Blue. Invader now a Diplomat. Richard Hambleton opens in Moscow. Herakut and Anthony Lister interviewed. Another love letter from ESPO, this time to Syracuse. Anish Kapoor in London’s Regent’s Park. Macro photos of the eye by Suren Manvelyan. Lichtenstein hits 40 million. Brett Amory visited in studio. Luke Chueh Black in White (And Red All Over). New prints from Sam Weber, Femke Hiemstra, BAST, and Herakut (hand […]
It’s become more than apparent now that Damien Hirst has a thing for the fragile beauty of butterflies. They will completely take over his next show “The Souls”, which will feature 120 vibrant foilblock butterfly prints. The exhibition in total is made up of 4 butterflies, in 80 different colourways, each one in an edition of 15 and rumored to cost £3,000 each. Flutter over to Paul Stolper Gallery starting Oct 7 to check them out. More after the jump…
Long-time Blum & Poe artist Dirk Skreber makes his long-awaited return to the distinguished Los Angeles gallery. This is his fourth solo exhibition at the Culver City institution. The show features portraits of models created with foam tape laid above panels rolled with varnish, polyurethane, watercolor, enamel, spray paint, fluorescent paint and primer. The artist burns or tears away the foam to reveal each image. Conspicuously absent in the paintings is oil paint or any kind of brushwork, giving the works a sense of psychological […]
One of the finest galleries in Los Angeles, Regen Projects, recently opened a show of “New Paintings” by Lari Pittman. The vibrant, bright, vivid, and colorful paintings include a mixture of abstraction and figuration, each one intricate and expertly painted. The works feature a dichotomy of “renewal/decay, secular/sacred, decorative/grotesque, hot/cold, sweet/toxic, taste/kitsch, mannered/unpredictable, transparency/opacity”. Check out the show for yourself before it goes down Oct. 23. More after the jump…
There’s been a lot of buzz between Toronto and Brooklyn regarding Jose Parla’s incredible mural/installation called The Concord Project. We’ve pieced together this moving story with the help of our friend Simon at Show & Tell Gallery in Toronto. Basically, these pieces are destined for Toronto as a public arts project sponsored by Concord Pacific, in an effort to give back to the community. Jose started this project this summer and just finished it for the soon to be lucky residents of T-Dot. We’ll be bringing […]
As previewed by AM, Prism opened Misericordia last Friday night to a excited and fashionable Los Angeles crowd. The show featured the excellent curatorial (the show was curated by Birte Kleemann, Director at The Pace Gallery) quality you expect from Prism and included pieces by some of the best artists working today, like Terence Koh, Sterling Ruby, and Chris Burden, alongside some works that were hundreds of years old. The exploration of Mercy never looked so interesting. More opening images after the jump…
Last month we brought you a teaser of Kaws with his ginormous 5 meter high companion. Created to greet guests entering Kowloon’s Harbour City in for Hong Kong, the awe inspiring figure has arrived safely for it’s October 3rd opening entitled “Passing Through”. It appears that the city is preparing for the opening with assorted character wall paper installations to compliment the exhibition at the main entrances. There will also be specialized Kaws items available including shirts, mugs & stickers in their shop commemorating this event. Wish we […]