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Overtime: Feb 9 – Feb 15

More stories from the week that ended Feb 15 (click on bolded words for more information): Jamian Juliano-Villani’s solo exhibition at Museum Of Contemporary Art Detroit now on view. RIP: Rex Ray, who died at the age of 59 after a long illness. RIP: Tomie Ohtake who died at the age of 101 due to cardiac arrest brought on by pneumonia. Alfred Momaday prints, thought to be stolen, found in New Mexico meth lab. Rudolf Staechelin Family Trust remove 18 loaned masterpieces from Kunstmuseum Basel. […]
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Releases: “Banksy in New York” Book by Ray Mock

Coming out this Friday, August 15 is Banksy in New York – the ultimate companion to Banksy’s New York residency (covered). The book, by graffiti and street art writer and photographer Ray Mock, provides a first-hand account of the British street artist’s American residency, from reactions from locals and building owners to the controversial defacement and removal of his pieces to interactions between Banksy’s fans and detractors. Through Mock’s unique extensive knowledge of the movement and his local perspective, the impact of Banksy’s time in […]
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Art Focus: Pejac

For this edition of art focus, we introduce you to the diverse and inventive works of Spanish artist Pejac. We’ve been following his works for some time now, and have been enjoying the complete range of gallery pieces, indoor murals, and street works he’s been sharing online. From pieces on paper to different interventions involving various concepts and techniques, this skilled artist is able to show and tell so much by painting minimally, bringing new meaning to the term “site specific”. His works often use their surroundings as part of the […]
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Streets: Miron Milic in Heilbronn

Croatian artist Miron Milic recently visited Heilbronn in Germany, where he created a new mural, titled “Was dich nicht tötet, das Verkrüppelt dich” (What doesn’t kill you, maims you), dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the 1st World War. Using only two colors, a paint roller and a brush, he created an illustrative style piece as a comment on the famous Nietzsche’s quote “That which does not kill us makes us stronger”. Showing an anonymous soldier, with medals, scared face, and missing arm, this anti-war, non politic piece […]
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Streets: Phlegm @ Boombarstick festival, Croatia

British artist and illustrator Phlegm recently visited Croatia. He worked on a new mural in the medieval town of Vodnjan, on occasion of the Boombarstick festival, alongside other street artists from all over Europe. The artist was painting a lovely front wall of a former church, which later became a cinema, and created an interesting architectural piece for it. He created a multi-dimensional tower/staircase, that nicely incorporates the existing elements on the wall he was working on, while blending it with its surroundings. While he used […]
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Installations: Herbert Baglione “Obituary” @ FIFTY24MX

Brazilian artist Herbert Baglione recently visited Mexico City for the opening of his newest solo show “Obituary” @ Fifty24Mx gallery. The new show  includes new paintings and installations by the artist. It is part of his continuing body of work he started at Contemporary Art Museum of Bogota in August of 2012, strongly inspired by death, human imperfection, and spiritual rebirth. The exhibition integrates photography, installation, drawing, and painting made ​​with Baglione’s own blood. This radical method of creating art is actually turning his work process into […]
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Showing: Amanda Marie – New Works in Europe

American artist Amanda Marie spent May and June traveling around Europe, showing her work at fairs and making beautiful public street art along the way. She started her trip by visiting Germany where she introduced some new works @ Stroke Munich through Battalion Gallery, Amsterdam. As a main piece for the show, she made a beautiful And Off They Slowly Rode Together piece, a huge canvas showing her signature vintage-feel imagery and palette. It is in her recognizable style can be seen as lovely and […]

Openings: Augustine Kofie – “Circulatory System” @ White Walls

Saturday evening, White Walls opened its doors to Augustine Kofie’s second solo show at the gallery, Circulatory System (previewed in our studio visit). The new body of work consisted of 30 pieces including small studies, medium and large scale pieces on wood and canvas, as well as a few hand painted multiple prints. This show concentrates on circular shapes in an interconnect system, while consistently maintaining the draftsman-like quality in his signature style. Check out photos from opening night after the jump…

Studio Visits / Preview: Augustine Kofie – “Circulatory System” @ White Walls

This Saturday, Augustine Kofie will be opening a solo exhibition, Circulatory System, at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco. The title is a play on words describing a new body of work that focuses on circular shapes in an interconnected system, much like an engine or a network of intersecting highways. Like many of his solo shows, Kofie has produced a soundtrack to accompany the exhibition of over 30 new brand new works including a large installation. More than a traditional DJ mix, this sound-assemblage […]

Openings: Crash, Freedom, and Risk – “Blurring the Lines” @ Corey Helford Gallery

With the overwhelming success of Art in the Streets, it seems like LA can’t seem to get enough of street art lately. And for hardcore graffiti fans, one couldn’t ask for more than a group show curated by Roger Gastman, featuring New York legends CRASH and FREEDOM, alongside historic LA pioneer and figurehead RISK. Last Saturday, AM attended the opening of Blurring the Lines at Corey Helford Gallery, which features new work by these East and West Coast graffiti masters. This exhibition marks a moment […]
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