Dave Kinsey will be making his return to New York City next month with a new body of works at the Joshua Liner Gallery. It’s one that we’ve been looking forward to as his style has evolved into something that’s even more hypnotic and symbolic than we’ve been used to. The show opens September 9th (6-9pm) with Dave and a few special friends in attendance. (Note the new time as Joshua Liner Gallery will now be holding their openings on Thursday nights.) We’ll have more […]
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Nick Walker (interviewed) will return to his home country of the UK to unveil a new exhibition “In Gods We Trust”. His latest solo since his sold-out exhibition at Black Rat Press (covered) will deal with the theme that explores the turbulent religious and political landscapes that surround us today. The exhibition opens in London’s Art Sensus Gallery October 13th. When Nick visited NYC he showed us a brief preview of his studio (via iphone) with in-progress works of this coming show. Check out a close […]
AM stopped by the opening of Yoshitomo Nara & design firm graf/YNG’s “Open Studio” at the Park Avenue Armory. Using the massive Armory venue as a central staging ground, the YNG crew hit the ground running; creating a modular structure/installation designed to be carted up Park Ave in the upcoming week for the retrospective opening September 9th at the Asia Society. There, Nara will exhibit over 50 works to go along with the always impressive installations that accompany the immersive shows. Occupying the other half of the Armory space, Nara has a […]
You can also see the T wave invertion is much deeper. This is a good sign of reperfusion. (blood flow returning to the damaged area.)24 hours later, the ST segment may have returned to the iso electric line. He didn’t so he shot him. I would have been (the next victim). I was the only person standing right in front of him.”. cheap jerseys Both of Stonewall’s co chairs and another member of the group’s board of directors could be unseated in an election Tuesday. […]
27, 2015, in Nashville, Tenn. (Source: AP/Mark Zaleski)(RNN) Not even NFL Supreme Leader of the First Order Roger Goodell dares to mess with the power of the Coin.The Coin, once wielded by a league official, holds tremendous sway in determining a winner. With the right guess of heads or tails, a team can select the ball first in overtime and grab its destiny by the proverbial horns.Direct Message to Bill Belichick of the Week: A team can select the ball first in OT and grab […]
In second part of our Shepard Fairey NY street coverage (first part here), AM’s man on the street Joe Russo tours the concrete jungle with the Obey crew on a few stealthy late-night sessions. Under the cloak of darkness and working in virtual silence, it’s always interesting to see how the crew unwinds after brutal daylight campaigns of mural building at “legal” spots. Of course, these pieces are created in the most prominent locations and always done in good taste with consideration to other urban artworks. We also trekked […]
Our friend Nick Walker (interviewed) is at it again, this time in France. He sent us some pics of the latest piece entitled “Dopey”. It’s his little twist on what he calls the “Dwarfs.” This is Nick’s most recent work on the streets of Paris since his Le Coran-can. Nice little tag there Nick, wonder what’s coming next? Update: The location is rue Oberkampf situated in the 11th district (Croisement et de St Maur dans le 11ème) next to La place verte. It’s created with support from the LeMur Association. Check […]
Last week, we stopped by Jonathan LeVine Gallery to hang out and catch their “Annual Summer Invitational” (previewed). The diverse group show consisted of artists who have never officially shown with the gallery and gave attendees of the gallery a different look at some different Low Brow and Street art action. We particularly enjoyed the Judith Supine, Andrew Hem (interviewed), and EVOL pieces that were displayed. Catch it all after the jump.
Looks like Jeff Koons will be visiting France again. Back again 2 years after his exhibition in Versailles, Jeff Koons is set to open his latest show of his famed Popeye series at France’s Galarie Jerome De Noirmont. The opening will occur September 16th and coincidentally will be the same weekend his peer Takashi Murakami opens his solo at Versailles. Via Happy Famous Artists. Discuss Jeff Koons here.
On Saturday night, AM attended the opening for Joshua Liner Gallery’s annual “Summer Show”. Apparently, so did many of the art loving New Yorkers that turned out to pack the house. The show had diverse lineup of talented artists including Shawn Barber, Tiffany Bozic, Ryan Bradley, Tony Curanaj, Mike Davis, Jeremy Fish, Ian Francis, Evan Hecox, Tat Ito, Jessica Joslin, Mi Ju, David Kassan, Kris Kuksi, Mac, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Ryan McLennan, Dennis McNett, Cleon Peterson, Pema Rinzin, James Roper, Swoon, Oliver Vernon, Pete Watts and […]