With Audrey Kawasaki’s (interviewed) show in Japan fast approaching, we would like to pass on the information about her two newest print releases. The first is an exclusive print for her show at Space Yui entitled “Carry On” (seen above). It will be released as an edition of 100 and priced at $440 framed.Â Not sure if they are selling to overseas customers, but you can contact the gallery for more details. The second release will be one of the pieces from her “The Drawing […]
Category Archives: Contemporary Art
AM stopped by Nucleus Gallery couple weekends ago to check out the art and festivities of the Street Fighter Tribute show. The video game inspired art certainly delighted the crowd, but just as entertaining were the events associated with the show like the cosplay contest and the street fighter playing tournament. Check out all the pics after the jump…
One of our favorite artists, Audrey Kawasaki’s first solo show in Japan is opening this weekend at Space Yui Gallery in Tokyo. The show entitled “Watching Shadows” or “Kageboushi” will feature about 9 paintings, various sold-out editions, as well as an exclusive print of “Carry On” (more on that layer). Excited to find out more about the largest body of work (paintings) since her Italy show, we caught up with Audrey before she left for Japan and asked her a few questions. The answers as […]
Â April definitely did not fool around when it came to artwork. The staff atÂ AM selects some notable stories of the month for the readers inÂ this edition of Second Helpings. Get served after the jump.
Stop and get it fresh – Banksy at Andipa Gallery! This past weekend, Andipa held an exhibition of some elite secondary market canvases by the Bristol Bomber. From what we see, the show was filled with not only grade A images, but they wereÂ also inÂ great shape/condition, which is uncommon considering many of his pieces were stenciled on “urban” materials.Â This is a rareÂ chance for you to seeÂ such a diverse collection of Banksy’s work in one place.Â So, if you’re in London, you shouldÂ definitely make it a […]
Billed as the largest collection of Damien Hirst’s work ever exhibited, the show “Requiem” opened at Pinchuk Art Centre last Saturday, April 25th in Kiev, Ukraine. Hirst will be showing his retrospective of over 100 works dating from 1990 to 2008 at steel billionaire Victor Pinchuk’s namesake museum including not only the sculptures and installations that he is famous for, but also a collection of oil paintings, most of which have never been exhibited. For those unable to attend the show (probably all of you, […]
After a whirlwind tour of the nation over the past two years, Shepard Fairey is finally returning for an event inÂ the City of Angels. This event will be a small showcaseÂ to illustrate some of Obey’s fine works. ThisÂ eventÂ is presentedÂ in conjunction with Arkitip to coincide with the release of the latest issue (#51) of the magazine (featuring Shepard). As with all issues, a special limited edition “artist contribution” gift will be included with every magazine. Previous special collaborations with numerous high profile artists have quickly sold […]
It was only a matter of time…Â KAWS collectors must be in a frenzy this morning as news breaks of a 4-foot dissected companion.Â No details yet of when this delicious piece of vinyl drops, but we will be sure to let you know when we hear word.
Dalek’s (interviewed) two person show with Mike Giant, which we mentioned last week, opened last night in France at the Magda Danysz Gallery. Guillotine was on hand to snap some pics of of the exhibition. Check out the photo set after the jump…
JosÃ© ParlÃ¡â€™s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, â€œReading Through Seeing,â€ (teased) opens on May 14th at Oos Botos Gallery in Hong Kong. In addition to his signature abstract calligraphic paintings and watercolors, the show also includes several of Parla’s beautiful Bizen-yaki pottery (featured) works. This latest series can be summed up in one word: stunning. The most color-rich and vibrant in recent memory, the works are most likely reflective of Parla’s positive expressions of Asia based on his “The New Grand Tour” cultural exchange […]