On February 4th, Spoke Art’s San Francisco location will be hosting a group show celebrating the films of Japanese film-maker and animator Hayao Miyazaki. Over fifty artists will be contributing works inspired by the Studio Ghibli director’s classic films such as My Neighbor Totoro (seen in the artwork above by Monica Garwood). Other artists include Eric Althin, Zard Apuya, Ana Aranda, Ryan Berkley, Laura Bifano, Eric Bonhomme, Ivonna Buenrostro, Rovina Cai, Elsa Chang, Tracie Ching, JAW Cooper, Rhys Cooper, Deangus, Emily Dumas, Jonathan Edwards, Tom Eglington, Jayde Fish, Sam Gilbey, […]
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It appears two things motivate Bay Area residents with a vengeance; Halloween and Wes Anderson. The effects of both were on full display during Spoke Art’s Bad Dads: A Tribute to Wed Anderson (previewed) group exhibition. Curated by our friend Ken Harman, managing online editor over at Hi-Fructose, the event served as the best excuse humanly possible to break out the cowboy hats, track suites, headbands and Zissuo red beanies in honor of one of the finest writer/directors of our generation. Despite the excellent costume […]
In honor of one America’s most talented and beloved filmmakers, Spoke Art’s upcoming concept show (held at LoPo Gallery) will pay homage to the witty genius that is Wes Anderson. Opening this Saturday, October 30th, Bad Dads: A Tribute to Wes Anderson will serve as the backdrop for a diverse group of artists – including Ana Bagayan (seen above), Dave MacDowell, Greg Gossel, Caia Koopman, Munk One, Dabs Mayla and many more – given carte blanche with their interpretations of the characters and stories that […]
We saw that rising UK star Jonathan Darby posted some images on his blog from his studio of some new work in progress as he prepares for a showing with Lebasse Projects as part of the annual Culver City Artwalk, so we thought we’d ask him for a few more. Each body of work we see from Jonathan shows a progression and judging by the paint splatters on the studio walls and ceiling, it looks like he has been getting down and dirty to make some […]
In addition to Travis Louie’s (interviewed) opening at Shooting Gallery last weekend (covered), the Winter Group Show debuted alongside in the adjoining White Walls gallery. Featuring some heavy hitters such as Shepard Fairey (featured), the Clayton Brothers (featured), and Anthony Lister (interviewed) the group show also boasts some upcoming and very exciting talent, namely artists like Nas Champas, Mark Warren Jacques (interviewed and pictured above), Aaron Nagel, and Casey Gray. The Winter Group show will be open, along with Travis Louie’s show, till January 2nd. […]
White Walls SF is gearing up for a big group show which features Kill Pixie, Greg Gossel (interviewed), Katy Horan, Ernesto Yerena, Timothy Karpinski, Mark Warren Jacques (interviewed), Erik Foss, Henry Gunderson (interviewed), Mike Shine, Phillip Lumbang, and more. Here’s a little sneak peak at some new works from Shepard Fairey (featured), Clayton Brothers (featured) and Anthony Lister (interviewed) that will be at this show. It opens this Saturday, December 12th for all you folks in the San Francisco area. More preview images after jump.
Greg Gossel (interviewed) recently opened his latest solo show, “Broken” at the Soo Visual Arts Center (previewed). Featuring over twenty new works as well as an installation, “Broken” is Greg’s first solo show in Minnesota, though he’s a Minneapolis resident. Those in the area who want to see the show should hurry to Soo Visual Arts Center as the show closes this Thursday, November 29th. More pictures after the jump.
Greg Gossel, fresh off his “Happy Endings” show at The Shooting Gallery (covered), recently sent us these new photos of him preparing for his latest solo show, “Broken” at the Soo Visual Art Center in Minneapolis.Â Featuring 20 new works on wood, panel and canvas, Greg will also be creating a large site-specific installation for “Broken” which opens this Friday, Oct. 9th.Â More preview pictures after the jump.
Steve Powers, Greg Gossel (interviewed) and Greg Lamarche gave our neighbors up North a taste of their respective typographical style, comic book and pop culture inspired imagery and a bit of NYC graffiti meets fine art, with their group show “Get Over It” at Toronto’s Show & Tell Gallery. With a strong body of work from all three artists, this show pleased old fans andÂ undoubtedlyÂ resulted in creating some new ones as well. See all the photos from the opening after the jump.
AM visited San Francisco institutions The Shooting Gallery and White Walls on Saturday to catch some photos of AJ Fosik’s (previewed) and Greg Gossel’s (interviewed) respective shows a couple hours before their dual openings. Â AJ’s show, “There’s Aliens in our Midst,” featured a dozen new wood 3D constructions (most of them being theÂ flamboyantlyÂ colored totem-like trophy heads that AJ has become known for as of late) as well as an installation of golden ratio proportions featuring a severed totem animal body strewn upon a cleft pyramid. […]