Next Tuesday, June 5th, is the opening for the exhibition we are curating at Stephen Webster in Beverly Hills. Entitled City of Fire, the show will feature work from a diverse selection of artists including Cyrcle., Thomas Doyle, Ron English, James Jean, Kid Zoom, Dave Kinsey, MARS-1, Patrick Martinez, Pedro Matos, REVOK, Rostarr, Andrew Schoultz, SABER, Jeff Soto, Judith Supine, TrustoCorp, Mark Dean Veca, Nick Walker, and Adam Wallacavage. We now have some teaser images for you to peruse including a glimpse a sweet wood piece from James […]
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James Jean (featured), who will be showing in our City of Fire show next week, has just released a beautiful new print on his webstore at OVM entitled Nervosa. Reproduced from one of his delicate and intricate drawings, the edition is limited to 100 and costs $75. The giclee comes signed, numbered, and embossed and is sized at 6.375″ x 10.25″ with the image size at 5.125″ x 8″. Buy it here now if interested. Discuss James Jean here.
Coming up on June 9th, the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City will be hosting a group exhibition – Motion: The Art of Movement. Featuring 25 artists (Alex Gross , Amy Sol, Anita Kunz, Benjamin Bryce Kelley, Billy Norrby , Chris Pugliese, Cleon Peterson, COOP, Eric Joyner, HUSH , Jeremy Lipking , Joe Sorren , Josh Agle (SHAG), Korin Faught , Marco Mazzoni, Maria Kreyn, Melissa Forman, Paul Frank, Phil Hale, Ray Caesar, Sarah Folkman , Sas Christian, Stella Im Hultberg , Sylvia Ji, Van Arno , and Zeus) who will depicting people in […]
On June 1st, Andrew Schoultz and Richard Colman will once again open a joint show together since the last time in Copenhagen in March (covered). This time, the two friends and artists will be taking their paintings up north to Toronto for an exhibition at Cooper Cole collectively entitled Destroyer. It looks like Schoultz has arrived ahead of time and has been working on a beast of mural the last six days at the recording studio of Daniel Lanois. Check it out along with the […]
A couple weekends ago, the Jonathan LeVine Gallery hosted the opening for Eric White’s (interviewed) solo show – Transmission. For this new body of work, the talented New York-based artist continued to explore his interest in cinematic compositions, in particular scenes where automobiles are figured prominently. The detail in these pieces need to be seen in person to be fully appreciated as they are all beautifully rendered and elicit a sense of a bygone era in the annals of movie-making. Discuss this show here. Discuss […]
Coming up on June 23rd, Galerie Perrotin in Paris (Saint Claude location) will be opening To Lose Is To Gain, a new solo show from Aya Takano. The Japanese artist and former assistant to Murakami will be bringing her signature style of anime-influenced juxtaposition of natural forms in urban settings. Heavily influenced by her childhood readings of the natural sciences and science fiction, the work melds these interests with the techniques of the Superflat movement. Discuss Aya Takano here.
This Thursday, May 31st, The Standard Hotel in Downtown LA will be unveiling The Vertical Gallery, a reference to their stairwell which has acted as canvas for a number of select artists. Along with AIKO (seen above), others who have painted the walls include Deedee Cheriel, Anthony Lister, Juan Mendez, Eric Garcia, Skypage, Sage Vaughn, Luis Farfan, Curtis Kulig, and Skullphone. If you remember, the DTLA location of the hip chain has also hosted outdoor murals from artists like Mike Stilkey, Buff Monster, Dave Kinsey, […]
Earlier this month, we brought you a preview of uber-collector Selim Varol’s show at me Collectors Room Berlin where a portion of his treasured toys and artwork acquired through the years would be on display. The exhibition opened just this past weekend, and for those in the US celebrating Memorial Day, we thought a glimpse of his USA-themed wall would a good starter image for an update on the setup. Make sure you stop by to see for yourself if you are in the area as […]
On Thursday, Evan Hecox made his return to Joshua Liner Gallery for his second solo exhibition. Entitled Dark Island, Hecox focuses his new body of work on New York and its renowned five boroughs. With a diverse range of mediums being explored for this show – from works on vintage New York Times from the 1800s to his detailed canvased works – the Denver-based artist made it a point to exercise his detailed style and incorporate site specific inspirations from the Big Apple. We especially noted […]
For trendy London eatery Tramshed, the menu primarily focuses on steak and chicken items. Greeting guests and reminding them of this fact is the spectacularly placed Cock and Bull piece from Damien Hirst created specifically for the restaurant. No word on if the formaldehyde tank featuring the uncooked versions of the food has any effect on your appetite, but it is sure to have fans of the British artist salivating for more. For a closer look, check out a video tour here. Via Hypebeast. Discuss […]