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Viewpoints / Openings: Richard Hambleton pop-up show @ The Dairy, London

Three weeks ago, AM attended the London preview for the pop-up exhibition Richard Hambleton New York. Upon entering the venue, it wasn’t immediately clear whether we’d arrived at an art show or a fashion show. The heaving crowd and large amount of perfume in the air may have disoriented us slightly; we were left hesitating between taking pictures of the art on the walls and the clothes people were wearing. What’s certain is that the event was glamourous, and it’s been a long time since […]

Openings: “Misericordia” @ PRISM

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…
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Retna x Prism Gallery

It must be nice to have connections. Prism, a spacious gallery built directly on the sunset strip and also an architectural marvel, recently had it’s windows blessed by the street calligraphy of Retna. Hopefully, the work will still be up for the opening on Friday night of the “Misericordia” group show we previewed for you the other day. So, those how missed out on Retna’s immersive solo show at Rivera & Rivera (covered) should definitely check this one out. More images after the jump…