Love, sex, sensuality, and the grittiness of the street are reverberating all over AlphaBeta tonight as Brooklyn Street Art prepares for their group show, “Street Crush,” opening tomorrow Friday, February 13th. The art show and party will feature new work from over 42 street artists, including Aakash Nihalani, Abe Lincoln Jr., Aiko, C. Damage, Imminent Disaster, Jef Aerosol, Jon Burgerman, Matt Siren, Poster Boy, Veng, Skewville, and Stikman. In addition to the great art, patrons will be entertained by Ellis G’s amazing chalk shadows (Seen […]
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Gallery 1988 LA announced their latest print with Luke Chueh (teased) featuring his “Disintegration” image. Fans who missed out when the painting was first printed as a giclee on canvas last year (limited to 25 pieces) now have the chance to adorn their wall with this great image. Measuring a whopping 25″ x 33″, the giclee print on archival paper is the largest print ever produced by Luke Chueh. The print is an edition of 100, is hand signed and numbered, and will go on […]
As you can see from the large painting in the background, Mario Martinez aka Mars-1 has some pretty amazing things planned for his upcoming show at Jonathan Levine Gallery. His show “Nuclear Mystic” opening on February 21st is sure to feature his signature otherworldly landscapes, vibrant palette, and organic patterns. Image via Craola’s Blog. Discuss this show here.
Tomorrow, Andrew Hem’s joint show (teased) with Stella Im Hultberg opens at Roq La Rue gallery in Seattle. His new body of work features imagery from his past experiences including the magnificent cathedrals seen on a trip to Europe as well as the emotions he witnessed in the children he has seen on his travels struggling to fit into a culture in which they are not familiar with. He took time to answer some questions about his new show among other things… Read about this […]
The exhibition of Takashi Murakami’s latest work (teased) at the Gagosian’s smaller London gallery on Davies Street opened last night to an enthusiastic crowd. Arrested Motion was on hand to check out the latest from this prolific artist and leader of the Superflat movement. It turned out to be a small show that will accompany the major exhibition at Bilbao’s Guggenheim. The Gagosian space was dominated by just three massive works – two paintings from Murakami’s Time Bokan series and one simply huge piece featuring […]
Wouldn’t it be great to travel the globe and check out your favorite artists in a foreign land? Well, our first WORLD TOUR is in the works. Here’s a little teaser to keep you busy… Can you guess where our first “tour-stop” is? Better yet, can you figure out who our AM correspondent is? (Hint: that’s his sketch book.)
Some interesting charity auctions are ending soon benefiting SHP (Single Homeless Project), a London-based charity working with people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. If you recall, various street/urban artists donated some originals painted on records during the Street Art Awards last year, including Matt Small (above), Know Hope, SPQR, Grafter, Holly Thoburn, Rene Gagnon, Guy Denning, Case, and Dale Grimshaw.Â More images after the jump.
Black Maria’s “Muses” (previewed) group show opened February 7th and AM popped by to check it out. Muses features new work by Tin (above), Kendra Binney, and Jeremiah Ketner. If you are local but missed the opening, you can still drop by Black Maria to view the work until February 28th. Check out photos of the opening after the jump!
Amy Crehore opens her solo exhibition “Dreamgirls & Ukes” at Thinkspace this Friday, 2/13 @ 7pm. The show will feature Crehore’s signature dream-like sequences of iconic nudes and playful animal characters painted on linen and rare 1920’s ukuleles.Â Opening night will also feature a live performance of blues, rags, and jug band songs from the 20’s and 30’s by Crehore’s band, The Hokum Scorchers.Â For a better look at Crehore’s work, check out the in-depth interviewÂ posted by our friends at Sour Harvest. See the rest of […]
Â Dan May (interviewed) was in attendance at the opening of his solo show â€œSlow Collisionâ€ this past Saturday at Copro Nason. In addition to having the pleasure of meeting and speaking with May himself, attendees were intrigued by May’s dreamlike, lush environments and delightful yet haunting humanoids and monsters. Check out all of the photos from the opening after the jump.