A while back, before the current Post It 8 show (covered) that has taken over the walls of Giant Robot 2, a special show was put on at the gallery entitled 20 Pieces of Dreams. The group exhibition was curated by Mari Inukai and was meant to be in celebration of her daughter Sena’s 20th birthday, a coming of age event in Japanese culture. Included artists were many of Mari’s friends like Amy Sol, Audrey Kawasaki, Edwin Ushiro, Elizabeth Ito, Fumi Omori, Katsuya Terada, Kent Williams, Sean Chao, Stella Im Hultberg, Tessar […]
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Recently, the art-loving Hint Mint company threw a private party at their headquarters to celebrate the release of a set of designs by Audrey Kawasaki (interviewed). Aside from checking out the original paintings that served as the imagery for the new series, other perks available to those in attendance. Each design was reproduced as a print on metal, which could be purchased, and also special five-pack cases were offered. Check out more photos of the festivities below… Discuss Audrey Kawasaki here.
For those looking to add a print from Audrey Kawasaki (interviewed) to their collection, this weekend will be the next opportunity starting today at noon (Pacific Time). Deep Waters (above) will be limited to run of 200 with the unframed version for $270 and framed version for $550. For those who miss out on this sure to sell out beauty, your next chance will come on Sunday (December 16) with Possessed going on sale ($100) starting at midnight (Pacific Time) and ending after 24 hours. Anyone who […]
Some of us here at AM are in Miami and will be missing the annual Post It show at Giant Robot 2 in Los Angeles, but those who will be in town next Saturday (December 8th) should head over for their chance at an affordable piece to add to their collection. Each work will be only $25 and done on a sticky note with huge list of artists to choose from including Audrey Kawasaki (above), APAK!, Ana Bagayan, Tim Biskup, Luke Chueh, Jen Corace, Korin Faught, […]
Last month, the Above Second Gallery opened their latest show featuring a guest curator (also see AM’s turn in 2011) – Thinkspace. Entitled LAX / HKG, the group exhibition featured works imported from the Los Angeles new contemporary movement including Amy Sol, Audrey Kawasaki (above), Brian M. Viveros, Dabs Myla, Esao Andrews, Joao Ruas, Linnea Strid, and Yosuke Ueno. Check all the photos below… Photo credit: Layla Kawashima for Arrested Motion. Discuss this show here.
Back in February, we told you about a new project Audrey Kawasaki (interviewed) was working on with Hint Mint on their artist series. The three different designs for sale so far are based on three new paintings is now available thru the company website or Giant Robot in Pomegranate, Chocolate, and Peppermint flavors. Not to fear for those international fans out there, you can call (800)991-6468 9am~5pm PST or email [email protected] to get a hold of some AK mints! Discuss Audrey Kawasaki here.
Just this Saturday night, Audrey Kawasaki (interviewed) returned to New York City to share a new exhibition at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. This fresh body of work entitled Midnight Reverie features new direction for the LA-based artist that has entranced fans of her innocently seductive paintings. Utilizing dark black grounds contrasted with vibrant hues, Audrey’s subject seem to pop more than ever. Don’t worry, new doesn’t mean the old goes away as this alteration in style still keeps her signature eyes at the center of attention. Each piece has […]
Earlier this month, we gave you a first taste of Audrey Kawasaki’s (interviewed) upcoming exhibition with Jonathan LeVine Gallery. The show entitled Midnight Reverie is her second showing with the New York space and flirts with more dreamy undertones with her seductive feminine figures. Similar to her previous turn at LeVine, there will be a limited edition available. Entitled You Come First, the print will be sold in person on a first come first served basis with the sale beginning on September 8th at 1pm in […]
Coming up on September 8th, Audrey Kawasaki (interviewed) will be opening her latest exhibition at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery, site of her big solo in New York at the end of 2009. As a teaser, here is a photo she posted to her Instagram showing some glimpses of her now completed new body of work. If this is not enough to add this show to your calendar, consider for a moment that Jeff Soto and Judith Supine are also opening new shows at the gallery on the […]
This past weekend, New York’s Cotton Candy Machine hosted their second annual “tiny” art showcase entitled Tiny Trifecta. As we mentioned in our preview, artists this year upped the ante as each created three pieces of original artwork for fans who may not have the opportunity to purchase their larger scale works. All you needed was a $100 and the patience to queue up for a chance at your favorite artwork. Tara McPherson curated strong and diverse lineup which included names such as James Jean, Audrey […]