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Releases: Daniel Arsham x RIMOWA – “Eroded Suitcase” Edition

Premium luggage maker, RIMOWA, recently collaborated with Daniel Arsham on a new edition he calls the Eroded Suitcase. Inspired by a vintage suitcase from the archives, the Brooklyn-based artist created a version using the techniques from his “Future Relic” series. One of these pieces will be auctioned off at Sotheby’s and will be on view from May 4th – 13th at their NYC HQ (72nd & York Ave) with the bidding set to conclude on the 13th. The winner will also receive a signed drawing of the artwork, a letter from the […]

Overtime: Apr 29 – May 5

Artnet shares their 6 best new works from Frieze NY including Olivia Erlanger’s washing machine mermaid tail. Artsy’s 10 best booths from Frieze NY. Frieze New York 2019 sales report. Jaume Plensa is one of the artists in NY inaugural launch of Frieze Sculpture 2019. Venice Biennale 2019 preview. Why the Venice Biennale is still important. Shows & events worth seeing at Venice Biennale, outside the main event. A new art fair with four disruptive ideas on how to sell art. Learn how to be an […]

Releases: Yue Minjun – “SURPLUS VALUE” Figures

On May 8th (11 am HKT), Yue Minjun will be releasing a set of two sculptural editions entitled SURPLUS VALUE. Known for his smiling self portraits, the Chinese artist has teamed up with AllRightsReserved to bring you a three dimensional representation of his most famous motif. Available in Brown & Beige, the 190mm x 190mm x 145mm sized wood & copper figures come in an edition of 75 each (+10 A.P.’s), are signed & numbered, and will cost $8000 each. Head over to DING DONG Takuhabin […]

Previews: Scott Albrecht – “Where The Edges Meet” @ The Holdout

Amsterdam’s Andenken Gallery recently teamed up with The Jaunt art residency/travel platform and organized a new project on the Portuguese Silver Coast. Inviting in the gallery’s long-time friend and artist, Scott Albrecht, as the inaugural visitor and resident, they will be presenting a new solo show from him at the gallery’s newest space, The Holdout, in Alcobaça, Portugal, starting Saturday, May 4th. Although best known for his cut, painted, and assembled wood pieces, the NY-based artist also works in a variety of other mediums including steel, collage, […]

Showing: Hajime Sorayama x Dior Traveling Pop-Up Store

Following up on the reveal (covered) of the incorporation of his work in Dior’s Pre-Fall 2019 Collection, Hajime Sorayama has now helped design a traveling pop-up store for North America. Constructed from metal, the structure draws from the futuristic theme of the campaign and matches of course the Japanese artist’s signature sexy robot, of which a 5 meter tall version will stand guard outside. The pop-up pod is currently at Washington D.C.’s CityCenterDC development until May 6, and will travel to Jewel Court in South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, California from May […]

Releases: Erik Jones – “Flower” Print

Tomorrow (May 2nd) at 10M PST, Erik Jones will be releasing a limited edition print entitled Flower. The image is taken from a piece that the recently exhibited in London (covered), a good example of the color-infused portraiture he is know for. Produced in an edition of 50, the 24″ x 24″ print will be available thru Hashimoto Contemporary on their online store. As a bonus, the first ten copies of the edition will be hand embellished by Jones – take a look at more photos below… Discuss […]

Streets: Nuart Aberdeen (Part III)

The other day, we teased some of the new public works that were being created during the recently held Nuart Aberdeen 2019. Today, we wanted to showcase the other seven artists whose work we’ve enjoyed during our stay. Working around the idea of telling stories, the artists uncovered less known parts of the city’s history (Vhils), revealed another side of important events (Axel Void), and referenced the unfortunate reality the city is facing (Strøk). Scattered around the city center, these pieces show the variety of […]

Showing: Paco Pomet – “No Places” @ Galleri Benoni

Earlier this month, Galleri Benoni in Copenhagen opened up a solo exhibition from Paco Pomet entitled No Places. The new work continues the Spanish artist’s practice of taking reference photos and then altering them in multiple ways (structural, tonal, compositional), sometimes adding surreal elements, leading to a completely new reality. He further explains his process and the title of his show thusly – “Very often I experience a strong sense of strangeness when I observe scenes described in photographs found at random. This feeling becomes greater the […]

Overtime: Apr 22 – 28

More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): What to see at this year’s Venice Biennale. What to expect from the Italian Pavilion of the 58th Venice Biennale. 15 must-see exhibitions in Venice during the Biennale. Meet Augustas Serapinas, the youngest artist in the Venice Biennale. Why this Claude Monet haystack could sell for over $55 million. Lee Krasner painting could break artist record at Sotheby’s. Louise Bourgeois ‘Spider’, estimated at $25 – $35 million, could set new record for women […]

Showing: Jonas Wood @ Gagosian (New York)

Earlier this week, the West 24th Street location of the Gagosian Gallery in New York opened a solo show from Jonas Wood featuring new paintings and works on paper. The fresh selection of work continues his use of art references, plants, everyday objects, and people in architectural interiors and exteriors, as well as a series of his depictions of pots and ceramic vessels. Each painting in the exhibition is accompanied by a corresponding small-scale work on paper with all 30 works featured in a fully illustrated catalogue. Photo credit: @malenarose, @flagartfoundation, @wavering_clover, @neuendorf, […]