San Francisco’s Spoke Art Gallery recently teamed with East Bay Express, fiftyseven-thirtythree and the city of Oakland to set up an exhibition that opened in conjunction with the 12th Annual Art and Soul Festival. The show features a wide selection of East Bay artists and was hosted at a pop up gallery space in downtown Oakland that was the previous home of a Far East National Bank branch. The show includes original artwork from Brendan Monroe (shown above), Lucien Shapiro (just below), Deth P. Sun, Aaron […]
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On March 24th, Deth P. Sun will be bringing a new set of paintings featuring his experienced storytelling, cat-creatures, occasional text based work, and more to Houston, Texas. Entitled simply New Works, the new body of work will be shown at Domy Books where fans of the Bay Area-based artist will get to meet him in person. More preview images after the jump…
Opening at the second and gallery location for Giant Robot on Sawtelle Street next week is a joint show from Deth P. Sun and Ferris Plock. As you can see, Mr. Sun has been busy preparing a new body of work following the adventures of his beloved feline character as he appears to be trekking through the wilderness. Along the way, only armed with a knife, the wiley cat encounters other creatures as well as some ghosts! We’ve been enjoying Deth’s charming characters and imagery […]
Bold Hype Gallery has been bringing the New Contemporary scene to Orlando for a while now. Their next group show, entitled “Strangers” is their first exhibition to be held at their new space following their recent relocation to New York. This show brings together an interesting international mix of artists for us, with some newer names amongst others we are more familiar with. Opening on Thursday 3rd June, Adam Alaniz, Chinamike, Andy Council, Heisuke Kitazawa (pcp), kozyndan , Travis Lampe, Sean Morris, Sidney Pink, Skinner, […]
Running till the end of the month at San Francisco’s Park Life store/gallery is “Bro Palace” a group showing consisting of five of the Bay Area’s more talented illustrators and artists. Skinner (covered), Jay Howell, Porous Walker, Deth P Sun and Ferris Plock have come together from every corner of Northern California, bringing their sardonic wit, whimsical musings, ironic observations, and sometimes a downright offensive style of humor and art together for a beautifully, culturally cohesive though jarringly disparate show of found media, drawings and […]
Last weekend, Deth P. Sun (fresh off his Giant Robot Biennale exhibition), opened “Please Be Brave,” a new body of work at Giant Robot 2 on Sawtelle Street. The centerpiece of the show was this fantastic assemblage (above) made up of individual 5″ x 5″ paintings. Not only does this make each piece affordable but also allows a collector to put together their own combination at home from selected pieces. More images after the jump…
Oakland artist Deth P. Sun had his first solo show in his hometown since 2002 yesterday entitled “This Too Shall Pass” at the Rowan Morrison Gallery. Especially eye catching was the wall of small paintings carefully fitted together seen above. The exhibition closes on February 14th with the release of his first published book, â€œI See It All.” The 64-page book replicates the sequence, size and paper-weight of one of Sunâ€™s moleskin journals. Openings pics after the jump.