Addam Yekutieli aka Know Hope recently announced his 2019 print subscription featuring a series of upcoming silkscreen editions. Produced in an run of 50 and sized at 21 x 29.7 cm each, the set of six prints in total will be sent out individually January, March, May, July, September and November of next year. The Israeli artist has revealed the first image (seen above), which features his signature character along with some reoccurring motifs from his work like birds, wood poles, and poetic phrases. Those interested […]
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For his first showing in Asia that is on view through the end of the year, Josh Sperling has unveiled a selection of his signature geometric forms executed on a series of shaped canvases. Entitled Two Purple Tigers, the exhibition from the American artist at Perrotin Gallery’s Seoul branch explores the sculptural potential of painting. Drawing from influences that range from Googie-style signs to the Memphis furniture trend of the 1980s to Keith Haring’s figures, the bold angular shapes and sinuous curves of the upstate New York-based artist intrigues […]
Today through APPortfolio, PichiAv has released a new sculptural edition entitled Hybrid Psyche. The series of 250 pieces featuring the Spanish duo’s signature Urban Mythology style that mixes their depiction of greco-roman marble figures with graffiti. The three-diminional representation of the pair’s work were all lined up on a wall over which they sprayed a mural with their signature palette. Sized at 8 x 17 x 15.4cm, the edition can be yours for $548 here. Discuss PichiAvo here.
Making a statement during the holiday season in his own unique way, Banksy has created a new piece in South Wales. Featuring a boy enjoying what appear to be snowflakes while trying to catch some on his tongue, the mural turns dark when you look around the corner and realize it’s actually ash from a burning dumpster, not snow. Surely a commentary on Port Talbot (one of the most polluted areas in the UK) where the piece is located, a video (seen below) from the […]
One of the satellite fairs we always hit while in town for Basel Week Miami is the always intriguing emerging NADA art fair. Returning to Ice Palace Studios, the 16th edition continued to be “dedicated to showcasing new art and to celebrating the rising talents from around the globe.” As one of the only major American art fairs to be produced by a non-profit organization, the event allows some of the world’s youngest galleries showcase their exciting stable of artists. Check out photos of some of what caught […]
On December 14th, Over The Influence in Hong Kong will be opening their first show with Scott Campbell entitled Using All The Freedoms We Have. For this exhibition, the verstaile Los Angeles-based artist will be putting on display one of his most well known series of works – created from American currency. Exploring the intersection of art and commerce in a direct way that question the ephemerality of wealth, Campbell’s dimensional pieces oftentimes features symbols of death such as skulls laser cut into sheets of money. Rounding out […]
Currently at Grimm Gallery’s New York location, Eric White has two bodies of work on view on the upper and lower levels of the space entitled Triage & Relics respectively. Seven oil paintings and an installation are on display upstairs, three of them massive paintings of the same scene from different cinematographic angles. The Los Angeles-based artist further explains – “In a way, this is a one-woman pagan uprising. It’s part- spiritual-epiphany, part-mental-breakdown. Her self-styled shamanism incorporates culture of the time but is also influenced by various tenets of historical ritualistic […]
Contributing photographer and curator, Henrik Haven, was recently invited to create a series of prints by Pos Prints in Oslo. The three images he chose draw from his experience of extensively documenting street artists and their craft. Perspective 1 features a detail view of a mural by Ben Slow (seen above), Perspective 2 features a progress shot of Askew One, while Perspective 3 features a progress shot of Lonac. The 50 x 70 cm editions (of 12) can be purchased here for €175 each if you so desire.
Just in time as a stocking stuffer, Mark Ryden (interviewed) will be releasing a new print on December 6th (9 AM PST) through Porterhouse Fine Art Editions. Created in a run of 999, the limited edition die cut and embossed miniature is a replica of the renowned artist’s Santa Worm painting. Priced at $250, it measures 9-3/8” x 12” and comes with a frame that features glittery highlights and extensive embossing on both sides. Head over here at the appropriate time if you are interested. Discuss Mark […]
Last week in Bangkok, Felipe Pantone unveiled an immersive installation at the Siam Center entitled W3-DIMENSIONAL Park. For his first showing in Thailand, the Argentinian-Spanish artist created a sculptural representation of his special form of glitch effects and optical art that transports viewers into the digital world. The title of the piece references the three dimensional aspect of the World Wide Web (divs, tables, and iframes) and includes four original pieces that are part of some recent projects. On view through 2019, the installation is a testament to the graffiti […]