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Previews: Felipe Pantone – “Transformable Systems” @ Joshua Liner Gallery

Tonight (September 6th), Joshua Liner Gallery will be hosting a solo show from Felipe Pantone entitled Transformable Systems. As a product of growing up in the internet era, the Argentinian artist’s new and ongoing series of work’s are filled with bright gradients of color, grids, optical patterns, QR codes, and other cues from the technological world we live in. Mixing both digital means of production (i.e.: his Subtractive Variability series where he applies UV inks directly onto an aluminum panel using an industrial printer) with human manipulation (moving the panel […]

Showing: Peter Chan – “Jelly Time” @ Giant Robot 2

On view since Aug 18th, Peter Chan’s solo exhibition will be closing on September 5th over at Giant Robot 2 in LA. As his second solo show with the gallery, Jelly Time includes a new series of works that play with the idea of jelly’s transparency and its interaction with different elements. Chan started experimenting with these type of images a couple of years ago, constructing his pieces from traditional Asian elements and his childhood memories. Incorporating everything from goldfish, different types of warrior-like characters and Kaiju […]

Overtime: Aug 27 – Sept 2

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Why artist Barry McGee has no interest in a traditional museum retrospective. A list of the must-see gallery shows in New York this September. See the first trailer for HBO’s new documentary about the high-flying art market. Secrets of the LA art world, Part I: The Hills. David Teiger’s blue-chip art collection could exceed $100 million at Sotheby’s. Richanda Rhoden, a fascinating painter whose work was rarely shown in her lifetime. Is […]

Releases: Daniel Arsham – “CRACKED BEAR”

CRACKED BEAR is the latest release from Daniel Arsham, a sculptural edition that invites the participation of the collector. Limited to 500, the bear is made from fabric, plaster, and acrylic paint in an aesthetic that is signature to the New York-based artist’s “Future Archeology” series of works. Once in your hands, he invites you to “to put on the gloves provided and break the plaster reinforcement layer to their desired effect.” Whether you can bring yourself to follow the directions, only you will know once you […]

Upcoming: Osgemeos- “Artist in Residence” @ Mattress Factory

Hard at work in Pittsburgh, Osgemeos are well on their way to creating one of their signature immersive installations for the Mattress Factory. If the Brazilian twins’ past work is any indiction, expect a floor to ceiling kaleidoscope of sculptural forms, paintings, and murals featuring their yellow-skinned characters – inspired by hip hop and graffiti culture. The duo’s work will be part of the Artist in Residence fall exhibition opening on September 21st at the museum, which also will include installations from William Earl Kofmehl III, Laleh Mehran, Karina Smigla-Bobinski, and Christina […]

Previews: Jose Parla – “Echo Of Impressions” @ Ben Brown Fine Art (London)

Echo Of Impressions is set to open on October 3rd at the London branch of Ben Brown Fine Arts, a new solo show from Jose Parla. The new large-scale abstract paintings and sculptural pieces from the New York-based artist continue his practice of documenting his observations of the urban space, referencing these memories to create works that mimic the textures and colors of the cityscape. Parla’s work goes deeper than just exploring the “physical impressions left around the city by time and passers-by” as he also taps into […]

Benefits: Blitz x Brainwash for DJ AM (Multiple Sclerosis)

It’s been nine years since the passing of DJ AM and in remembrance, our friends at the Project Blitz fashion creative has gotten together with the enigmatic street artist Mr. Brainwash for a special charity auction to raise money to benefit MS Focus, a foundation dedicated to fighting MS (Multiple Sclerosis). Andre Ljustina, the head of Blitz, has curated a selection of the most sought after sneakers from Nike, Jordan and Supreme to be reinterpreted by the Brainwash approach. Each painting is unique and will incorporate […]

Previews: Erik Mark Sandberg – “Interlude” @ Stephanie Chefas Projects

A week from today (September 7th), Stephanie Chefas Projects in Portland will welcome in Erik Mark Sandberg’s Interlude. The Los Angeles-based artist’s work is quite distinctive, an obsession with overly hairy adolescents bathed in various tinges of color acting as his stand-in’s for the evils of our consumer culture. Sandberg’s technique is quite complex, involving a broad range of natural and synthetic materials, producing a difficult to describe catalog of portraiture over the years – refreshed for this show with a focus on the automotive interior including […]

Previews: Luke Chueh – “ANTHROPOMORPHUCKED” @ Corey Helford Gallery

Luke Chueh’s (interviewed) first major show in Los Angeles in over three years will be opening a little over a week from now on September 8th at Corey Helford Gallery. Entitled ANTHROPOMORPHUCKED, the new exhibition will be his most eclectic to date as the locally-based artist has had time to prepare some pieces that have been on his mind for some time now. Along with some of the expected painful situations he puts his cartoonish animal characters in, Chueh also explores some more personal, cultural, and conceptual […]

Interviews: Carl Cashman

Art historian Hector Campbell recently sat down with British artist and gallerist Carl Cashman to discuss the creation of his distinctive artistic style, his early artistic influences, love of collecting, and the frustrations he felt as an artist which led to the founding of Semi Skimmed Gallery, whose second group exhibition opens at BSMT Space in Dalston, London on September 6th, and runs until Sept 12th. Hector Campbell (HC): You’ve become renowned for your geometric optical art, particularly since you coined the word ‘Neometry’ in […]