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Showing: Conrad Jon Godly – “To see is not to speak” @ JD Malat Gallery

From 25 January until 2 March, JD Malat Gallery in London will be presenting the first UK solo show by Conrad Jon Godly. To See is Not to Speak consists of 15 new pieces, marking a comeback for the Swiss artist’s most recognized series of texture-intense, photo-realistic mountains. The show title is taken from a quote from Japanese author, Kobayashi Hideo – “To see is not to speak, because words could distract your eyes” – and is indicative of the artist’s respect for Japanese culture which taught […]

Releases: Hendrik Beikirch – “Siberia” Book

German muralist and artist, Hendrik Beikirch, recently released his latest publication documenting his most recent project, Siberia, through The Montresso Foundation in Marrakech, Morocco. Accompanying a large solo exhibition comprising of large scale portraits created after his visits to the remote region of Russia, the artist worked once again with the same institution that introduced his previous Tracing Morocco series and publication. Through his work, Beikirch aims to portray the different areas of the world with intricate and captivating paintings of people living there. Done mostly with […]

Diederick Kraaijeveld – “USA in wood from all 50 states”

Diederick Kraaijeveld (featured) last year finished one of his most comprehensive projects – recreating a map of the USA from wood salvaged from each of the 50 states. What started as a personal concept during artist’s frequent visits to the country, extended to a global call to his friends, colleagues, and collectors, to help collect wood from all the US states as well as with passing along their stories. Known for realistic figurative work constructed from carefully cut and assembled wood pieces, the Dutch artist has […]

Showing: Daniel Arsham – “Static Mythologies” @ Ron Mandos Galerie

Currently in Amsterdam, Daniel Arsham just opened a show entitled Static Mythologies at Ron Mandos Galerie featuring a diverse selection of works. Along with the European debut of his immersive installation Lunar Garden, the American artist has also included examples of his eroded sculptures and the newer masked sculptures. This exhibition coincides with his soon to be opened show at the Moco Museum. Photo credit: @SashaBogojev Discuss Daniel Arsham here.

Basel Week Miami ’18 / Recap: Art Basel (Part II)

For our final look at Art Basel, we’ve included photos of the more striking and impressive pieces of work that were on view at Miami Beach Convention Center between December 5th – 8th. Comprising of sculptural works, paintings, drawings and installations, this selection includes both rarely or never before seen works by the big guns of the contemporary art world, as well as some pieces from new names and emerging artists debuting at one of the world’s leading art fairs. We’re starting off with a poetic wooden sculpture […]

Showing: Nat Meade – “Never Learn Not to Cease to Exist” @ Honey Ramka

Brooklyn’s Honey Ramka Gallery is currently showing Never Learn Not to Cease to Exist, their first solo show with Nat Meade. This intimate showcase comprising of mostly small and medium size casein on hemp pieces continues the NYC-based artist’s experimentation with archetypes of male figures. Born in Massachusetts and raised in Portland, Oregon, Meade received his Master of Fine Arts degree in 2007 from the Pratt Institute, in Brooklyn, where he currently lives and works. Over the last couple years, he started developing a body of work which […]

Basel Week Miami ’18 / Recap: Art Basel (Part I)

We’re bringing you closer look at last week’s Art Basel Miami that was held at Miami Beach Convention Center between December 5th – 8th, with leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa showing work from artists on their rosters. For this recap, we wanted to show you some of the most talked about and most original gallery booths, such as Skarstedt’s, which revealed new canvases by David Salle and KAWS among other impressive works.  A few of our other favorite picks include the David Kordansky […]

Interviews: Camille Rose Garcia

Camille Rose Garcia has been recognized as one of the most important figures in the Pop Surrealism and Lowbrow art movements in the last two decades. Simultaneously, she has been somewhat a promotor of Mexican culture-inspired art with her vibrant and energetic works, filled with spiritual and psychedelic imagery. After years of creating quirky images that resonate with contemporary culture, as well as with the comics, music, and other alternative culture movements, Garcia has built a large following ranging from young aspiring creatives to high-end […]

Basel Week Miami ’18 / Recap: Pulse Art Fair

The 14th edition the Pulse Art Fair returned to its oceanfront home at Indian Beach Park in Miami Beach this year, showing works selected by 70 international contemporary art galleries. Divided into two separate pavilions, the exhibitors either presented a selection of artists, had solo show booths, or were part of the Conversations program in which two artists were paired for this special concept. Among many return galleries, the event also introduced 26 new ones that never participated in this fair before. As one of the regulars, Copenhagen’s Poulsen […]

Basel Week Miami ’18 / Releases: James Joyce @ Juxtapoz Clubhouse

As a part of this year’s Juxtapoz Clubhouse program at Basel Week Miami, James Joyce will be signing and selling his two newest limited edition prints at the main location (200 E Flagler). The two images are new variants of his iconic clown-smiley face series that eventually became one of the most recognizable images from Banksy’s Dismaland project a few years back. Measuring 55 x 55cm, 150 examples of each colorway will be available for purchase with unsold copies going up on his webstore at a later […]