After our interview & studio visit with the Belgium-based ROA ahead of his solo in New York, we attended the opening to see the results of his hard work over the last month crafting and painting a new body of work entitled Metazoa. The show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery’s 529 West 20th Street location featured the prolific street artist’s familiar animal imagery painted on found objects with clever interactive panels or different point of views that highlight different anatomic systems in each of his subjects. Take a look at the photos […]
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The past year has been a memorable one for the Brooklyn Museum as they’ve hosted some amazing exhibitions from Swoon & Ai Weiwei and 2015 looks to keep pace as Kehinde Wiley, Basquiat and a upcoming show with Faile has already commanded the attention of New York’s art lovers. But first things first, it’s now April and time for their annual Brooklyn Artist Ball gala to raise funds for their creative and vanguard programming. This year’s Artist Ball Dinner has already sold out, but tickets are still available for […]
Later this month (April 25th), Deth P. Sun will be opening another show (see 2013) at Brooklyn’s Grumpy Bert entitled Being and Nothingness. The solo exhibition will feature more of his whimsical acrylic on wood paintings based on the adventures of his signature cat-like character, along with plays with text, rounded out by lush supplemental paintings. Take a look at some preview images below… Discuss Deth P. Sun here.
Coming up on July 10th, the Brooklyn Museum will be opening a show from Faile (featured) entitled Savage/Sacred Young Minds. For this exhibition, the Patrick’s have planned multimedia installations, large-scale paintings, and sculptures as well as a revival of the Deluxx Fluxx Arcade with their long time collaborator Bast. Also making an appearance will be the duo’s Temple project that first made it’s appearance for PortugalArte ‘10. For fans in New York, make sure to mark this down on your calendar and stayed tuned for more info to come… Discuss Faile here.
This Saturday night, April 4th, at Jonathan LeVine Gallery (529 West 20th Street), a new group exhibition will be opening concurrently with ROA’s solo. Curated by Tokyo’s Gallery Kogure, Japanese Human Sensors will feature work from Fuco Ueda (seen above), Takahiro Hirabayashi, Takato Yamamoto, and Yuko Soi. Take a look at some more examples of the other artist’s work below…
With the conclusion of the auction set to end tonight at 9 pm (EST), now would be a good time to take a look at what is up for bid in support of No Longer Empty on Paddle8. The conclusion of the auction for the organization whose mission is to activate public engagement with contemporary art through curated, community-responsive exhibitions and educational programs that revive underutilized sites in New York City coincides with the their 5 year anniversary. Many of the artists presented in their past 18 major exhibitions […]
After spending some time with the Belgium-based ROA in Hawaii last month (covered), we followed up recently with a visit inside his studio as he was busy preparing for his solo with Jonathan LeVine Gallery entitled Metazoa at their 529 West 20th Street location. The work for the show was being created during a residency at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City with plans also to paint a mural at a Mana-owned building located near the approach to the Holland Tunnel (more on this later). Along with shots of […]
Tonight in New York, Joshua Liner Gallery will play host to a group exhibition curated by Andrew Schoultz. The title of the show comes from a phrase he heard over and over again when visiting artists in their studio after they told him about their work – “so That’s My Trip.” Working in a variety of mediums, the artists contributing artwork include Claire Colette, Cody Hudson, Francesco Igory Deina, Hilary Pecis, Libby Black, Louis Schmidt, Matt Gonzalez, Michel Tabori, Patrick Martinez, Ryan Travis Christian, Terry Powers, […]
After a first look at the Armory Art Show last week with you, we now have a second set of photos to share with you. One of the standouts from the fair can be seen above – Glen Kaino’s installation of copper plated steel arrows entitled A Shout Within the Storm. Enjoy more shots of the artwork below before we start exploring some of the other satellite fairs. Photo credit: AK+ for Arrested Motion. Discuss New York Armory Week here.
Last week, New York kicked off its annual art extravaganza – the Armory Art Show. The flagship fair leads off Armory Week, a non stop ride of artistic excitement drawing thousands of collectors & enthusiasts to Big Apple to catch the latest trends and exhibitions on display at the Pier 92/94 locations. Featuring many of the elite galleries in the world, the amount of interesting creations by artists is hard to calculate, let alone see in person. We bring you a look at the visual overload one comes to expect […]