In a way reminiscent of how some artists have collaborated with their kids in creating art (think Jeff Soto (interviewed) & daughter Shannon or Tim Biskup & daughter Tigerlily), there is a new book out entitled “The Rest Is Up To You.” We don’t know who Cohen Morano is, but his father sure hooked it up for the first-grader.Â He sent some watercolors by the boy to a illustrious list of artists and had them collaborate with the resulting art becoming the basis of this […]
Monthly Archives: September 2009
Last night, AM visited Perry Rubenstein gallery for their 5 year anniversary show – “The Law of Fives.” This group show featured the works of FAILE (which we will focus on), but the exhibition also includes Zilla Leutenegger, Teresa Margolles, Robin Rhode and Richard Woods. FaileÂ created an impressiveÂ installationÂ utilizing their signature â€œBoxesâ€ to go along with the 4 other featured artists. But, theÂ exclusive stuffÂ was behind the scenes where our friend Rob fromÂ The Most Beautifullest Thing got a little sneak peak at some future works from the […]
Here’s a little teaser of the KMNDZ’s coming show atÂ Shooting Gallery on Oct 10th. This will be a very hectic several weeks for Johnny as he’s not only busy preparing for the show in San FranciscoÂ next month, but he’ll also be hangingÂ in Riverside the weekend ofÂ Oct 2ndÂ as he’ll be one of the artists attending Baby Tattooville this year. Another image after the jump…
One of Londonâ€™s most anticipated shows of the year is almost upon us with Antony Micallefâ€™s “Becoming Animal” opening this week at Lazarides galleryâ€™s Rathbone Place location. We certainly got excited after seeing the new image of one of the show pieces he recently put on his website here â€“ and it certainly seemed to fit with the dark tone he described to us. This is the first solo outing from Micallef since his sell out show in Los Angeles, “Impure Idols,” in 2007 where […]
Well, the wait is finally over. The much anticipated collaborative animation between Blu and David Ellis that we hinted about here and here is finally done. The patterns and colors of Ellis’ work blend really well with Blu’s more muted kinetic work. Props to these two artists for the creative camera work as well the time and effort this obviously required. This will go down as one of the top highlights for this years’ FAME Festival (coverage here) and is highly recommended. Via Unurth. Discuss […]
We just received this video of a studio visit with Mia (interviewed) and wanted to share it you our readers. In the video, she talks about her inspirations from childhood, her current inspirations, and shows glimpses of her studio.Â Her next show looks to be a pop-up show in NY in November along with Tessar Lo, Yoskay Yamamoto, Edwin Ushiro, Eric Fortune, and Joao Ruas. Courtesy of Tamika. Discuss Mia here.
Another piece from Banksy has popped up in London (corner of Tottenham High Road and Philip Lane), this time a variation on the “No Ball Games” piece that we first told you about here.Â If you recall, that piece had them throwing around a TV with a basketball showing on the screen.Â This new stencil comes on the heels of another new piece that we showed you a couple days ago. Perhaps there are more to come?Â More images after the jump…
The ever productive KAWS has produced another sick magazine cover.Â He’s collaborated with the rap duo Clipse many times before (including designing their album art). This time, he puts them in his signature blister packaging with imagery in the background from a painting in his recentÂ Honor Fraser show “The Long Way Home” (covered here and here). The magazine hits newsstands on Oct. 6, but COMPLEX was nice enough to show us the cover and behind-the-scenes video before then. More images after the jump.
In anticipation of Shepard Fairey’s upcoming retrospective at the Andy Warhol Musueum in October, we thought it would be appropriate to dip into our vault and give you a little gem we’ve been saving for the perfect time. Last November, AM had the pleasure of visiting Shepard Fairey’s Obey/Studio Number One/Subliminal Projects headquarters in Los Angeles a few days after Barack Obama won the presidential election. You would think that Shepard and his crew would be taking a breather and enjoying the fruits of their […]
We recently saw some behind the scenes photos of the making of The Date Farmersâ€™ newest print “Medicine Crow” from Modern Multiples. If the image looks familiar to you, it’s probably because you saw it at their most recent exhibition, “Strange Fruit,” currently showing at FIFTY24SF. Sounds like there are three colorways so far – “Watermelon,” “Cotton Candy” and “Southwest.” Take a look at the photo set after the jump.