Nylon TV recently visited and shot a brief video with “street collagist” Judith Supine in his studio. While maintaining his anonymity, he discusses his creative process and the inspiration behind his work. Via Vandalog. Discuss Judith Supine here.
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After his takeover of the New Image Art booth at Art Basel, it appears that Judith Supine found some time to do some traveling. That hasn’t stopped him from taking his art along and getting up in some unique locales. Take a look at another from the collage specialist after the jump…
Situated right near the entrance of one of the sections of the SCOPE art fair, the New Image Art booth siphoned off alot of the traffic as attendees passed by. Not that they needed the prime location with the large Judith Supine installation to grab everyone’s attention. We take a closer look at said installation after the jump, as well as the additional four pieces seen above.
Art Basel Miami is just around the corner and AM is excited to be providing on-site coverage of the biggest stateside art fair of the year (just like we did last year). In the next couple weeks, you’ll see more previews leading up to Basel, but we will start things off with telling you about New Image Art and their focus on Judith Supine this year. They will be bringing multiple pieces from the collage master to SCOPE (one of the satellite fairs), and we can’t wait […]
Always one to be on the cutting edge of art, New Image Art Gallery opened their “14 Artists” show last Friday night. The group show was a result of studio visits and correspondence with, you guessed it, 14 different artists. It featured works on all different mediums, from Judith Supine’s signature green, purple, and pink collages on canvas to the Date Farmers’ found materials and drawings, to sculpture, such as Dennis McNetts’s “Wolfbat.” The show included street artists such as Skullphone (who wheatpasted near the […]
After months of following the goings on at Italy’sÂ FAME Fest (see our coverage here), AM decided to take a trip to Grottaglie to find out if all those pieces were really as incredible as they appeared. Letâ€™s just say that we were far from disappointed. From the murals painted within the ancient monastery and on the walls around town to the fantastic private preview dinner and packed opening night reception showcasing work from all the artists, FAME is every street art fanâ€™s dream come true. […]
Judith Supine’s studio must be a popular destination as we have seen pics from visits before (here and here). It’s pretty amazing what this master of collage is able to do with all the chaotic bits of images he saves or creates. Hopefully, we’ll be able to see some street pieces and/or a solo from him in Los Angeles soon. More images after the jump.
Things have been busy over at FAME Festival since we last gave a report (see our coverageÂ here). Ericailcane has finished up a new mural, Judith Supine has put up his first piece, and JR and Sam3 have created some fantastic new prints (see JR’s above). Fans of the French artist may recall the original piece from the “Self Portraits” show at Circle Culture (previewed and covered). Take a look at the new work fromÂ Judith, Ericailcane andÂ Sam3 after the jump.
The last time AM got a look inside the studio ofÂ street artistÂ Judith Supine (seen on streets), there was a lot of work in the early stages of development – loose bits of magazine cut-outs and collages that hadn’t yet received the special touch of color Supine executes so well. Thanks toÂ Dante Ross, we get another peek at some of the pieces he’s working on for his solo show at New Image Art, which is slated for early November. In addition to some of his more […]
A proper street artist requires good concepts, placement skills, and cojones (or the female equivalent). Judith Supine once again proves a master of all three especially in the latter set. Check out this mind-bending piece that Supine placed on top of the Willamsburg Bridge! More pics after the jump…