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Overtime: July 24 – July 30

More stories from the week that ended July 30 (click on bolded words for more information): Julian Schnabel’s work in permanent collection currently on view at Glass House. Artsy also has info and images. RIP: Cool “Disco” Dan, who passed away at the age of 47. RIP: Robert Loder (1934–2017). Breese Little gallery closing its doors. Three paintings on loan from the Louvre destroyed in fire on a French island of Tatihou. Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí decries Dali exhumation, saying it is inappropriate and ungrounded. Jaime Botín faces prison and €100mil. […]

Openings: Festival Iminente (London)

Festival Iminente (previewed) opened recently and will bring two days of art and music to London’s Brick Lane. The festival serves as both a celebration of Portuguese and pan-European culture and a warning of what may be lost as a result of the UK’s exit from the European Union. Vhil‘s cast concrete sculpture is based upon a sketch which he drew on a previous trip to the capital. The portrait is surrounded and interwoven with fragments of a city as viewed from above and the crevices created by the metropolis’ roads […]

Releases: Pavement Licker 2003 – 2017 Book

Back in early 2000’s, when the internet was young, art blogs had not been invented and social networks weren’t even a concept yet. At this time, graphic artist James-Lee Duffy and writer Josh Jones came up with an idea to create a platform for alternative artists and writers to be published. Art zine Pavement Licker was first released in 2003 and it was a chance for young artists to share their vision with a wide audience interested in such works. The list of contributors included countless young, unpublished artists to internationally-known […]

Streets / Recap: North West Walls 2017

Last month, the 2017 edition of North West Walls (see 2016) wrapped up with new work from this year’s roster. Hoxxoh, Phlegm, Astro, Telmo Miel, Emmanuel Jarus, and Smates were invited in to painted stacked containers, a unique backdrop of the yearly summer rock festival in Belgium, Rock Werchter. Take a look at more in progress and completed photos of the murals in the photos below…

Streets: Shepard Fairey x Vhils (Lisbon)

Just this weekend, Printed Matters, a show from  Shepard Fairey (featured) opened at Underdogs in Lisbon, a gallery co-founded by the locally-based Vhils (interviewed). Their collaboration didn’t end there as the American and Portuguese street artists combined their artistic vision for a joint mural featuring Shep’s iconic imagery and Vhils unique mark-making. Take a look at some more photos of the stunning piece below as well a few more walls Fairey worked on while in town. Photo credit: Jonathan Furlong, Ig (as noted), and the artists. Discuss Shepard Fairey […]

Upcoming: Nuart Stavanger 2017

It was only few months ago we were reporting from the inaugural Nuart Aberdeen (covered) and now it’s time for the main event in Norway. The people behind the longest lasting and respected urban/street art festival have just released info about the 17th edition of Nuart will be taking place in Stavanger from the 31st of August until the 3rd of September, with their indoor exhibition at Tou Scene staying on view through 15th of October. An initiative that placed the Norwegian oil capital permanently […]

Overtime: July 17 – July 23

More stories from the week that ended July 23 (click on bolded words for more information): Cady Noland files lawsuit seeking the destruction of her work Log Cabin, claiming that it is a copy. Arthur Brand claims scientific certainty that Gardner Museum paintings stolen in 1990 is currently in Ireland. Authorities in Genoa close exhibition and confiscate 21 suspected fake Amedeo Modigliani paintings. Istanbul’s Rampa Gallery closes shop. Off Vendome closes its gallery. Other Criteria to close and become Other Criteria Books, focused on only publishing specialist art […]

Overtime: July 10 – July 16

More stories from the week that ended July 16 (click on bolded words for more information): Dallas Museum of Art acquires Yayoi Kusama’s All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins installation. RIP: Lala Rukh, who passed away at the age of 69. RIP: Daniel LaRue Johnson (1938-2017). Salvador Dalí’s body to be exhumed next week to help resolve paternity battle. Vika Gazinskaya steals Brad Troemel’s artwork for its clothing designs. NY-based graffiti artists suing Vince Camuto for alleged misappropriation and infringement of their mural work. Four, including […]

Previews/Interviews: Vhils // Festival Iminente (London)

Festival Iminente will be bringing a taste of Portuguese culture to East London at the end of the month. The event is being curated by Vhils and the Underdogs Gallery which he established in 2013. The festival debuted in Lisbon’s Oeiras district last autumn and this latest iteration carries a particularly contemporary theme with the subtitle Art Before Brexit. The participating artists’ individual contributions address some of the specific issues which dominated the public conversation around Brexit. For example, Mais Menos’ installation is concerned with […]

Releases: Pejac – “Scattercrow” Print

Pejac will be releasing a new limited edition on Friday 14th at 6PM CEST (12PM EDT) via his official website. Scattercrow is a lithograph featuring one of his earlier images (first painted back in 2010). For this release, the Barcelona-based artist picked the old-fashioned process of lithograph stone printing in order to achieve an as direct and as unchanged of a image reproduction. Painting directly on a limestone block, using traditional tools and chemicals, he once again created the image of a scarecrow that is dissolving into […]
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