We thought we would do a little preview of Tin’s (interviewed) upcoming show “Beautiful Imperfections” at Copro Gallery.Â If you are looking forward to some robotic animal and limb goodness like we are, make sure you are there for the July 11th opening.Â More images after the jump…
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Remember when we showed you the Conor Harrington (interviewed) piece for the upcoming FAME Festival last week?Â Well, what we didn’t tell you was that Grottaglie, the town where the festival will be held, is famous for its ceramic tradition dating back hundreds of years.Â As part of this years festivities, artists are invited to experiment with local artisans on various projects, which has so far yielded some pretty fantastic ceramic plates by Conor.Â This is not the first time urban/street art and ceramics has [...]
Here is a fantastic new image from Michael Page giving us a first look at the body of work for his next show at Varnish Fine Art in August. Entitled “ThankYouGoodbye,” Page will explore ecological and environmental issues in a way only his imagination can.Â If you haven’t had a chance to check out his work from the “Trancenders” show that we covered previously, check it out here. Discuss Michael Page here.
Last night, Black Rat Press held a very special signing with Martha Cooper, Henry Chalfant and Blade for the silver anniversary of “Subway Art.” Considered by many asÂ the “bible” of the graffiti movement, this historic book documents and in many ways glamorizes the graffiti movement in the 80′s NYC street art scene. Os Gemeos are one of the many artists who attributed their startÂ by the seeing works in this book. BRP had a limited edition run of 100 books that contained 2 signed photographs by [...]
UK artist Word to Mother lands in San Francisco next week forÂ his debut USÂ solo show “Young Mind, Old Soul” at Fifty24SF Gallery, where he will be droppingÂ this exclusive print release (above). The screenprint is entitled “Slow Your Roll” will be available exclusively at the gallery opening on July 2nd as an edition of 25. This print is also being released in a grey colourway (edition of 50) at the StolenSpace “Summer Group Show” in London, opening on the same night. Any copies not sold at [...]
Fresh off the “Street/Studio” experience at Irvine Contemporary, Gaia is bringing a taste of the streets to Ad Hoc ArtÂ with the introduction of his outdoor installations inside the gallery for the opening of his two-person solo show with Imminent Disaster, opening tomorrow, June 26th at 7pm. For this latest body of work, Gaia continues his exploration of the complex relationship between between man and nature through a series of works on canvas featuring detailed depictions of his half-human, half-animal creatures. A sneak peek at some [...]
We got a few more sneak peek imagesÂ from the upcoming Invader “Top 10″ show opening this Saturday at Jonathan Levine. The artist known toÂ tile 80′s pop icons from Pac Man to his infamous Space Invaders across five continents is pulling out a new body of work that involves hundreds of Rubik’s Cubes forming each of his pixelized masterpieces (check out the process video we posted last week). The work featured above is actually designed to be read as “QR Code” by your camera phone and [...]
Oregonian artists APAK are at it again, this time getting ready for their show “Rainbow Garden” @ Tinlark Gallery. As you can see above, the multi-talented duo is preparing some sculptures of the curious little beings that always populate their work. These sculptures along with paintings will make up the body of work for this show along with some felted wool dolls. Check the preview images after the jump.
Peep this little preview of “Motion Portrait” by WK Interact. It’s set to open this Saturday at Jonathan Levine Gallery. The French artist, who’s well known for his energetic style, will unveil a large scale group of portraits called “12 Angry Men” (loosely based on the classic film). These large 6 feet by 6 feet portraits move to convey the dynamic expressions of his powerful characters in raw emotion. There will also be a few of his signature kinetic door pieces such as the “Crosby [...]
To coincide with Swoon’s “Swimming Cities of Serenissima” arrival in Venice, Glowlab put on a show “Drift” last weeekend in New York that featured her work as well as pieces from Matthew Lusk, Santiago Mostyn, and Javier PiÃ±Ã³n.Â The title of the show, “Drift,” refers to “both physical drifting â€“ a raft as it moves across the ocean â€“ and the metaphorical drifting of transient communities and populations that live on the fringes of mainstream society.”Â Swoon (interviewed) contributed a pretty nice installation with some [...]