We recently stopped by the studios of Tomokazu Matsuyama (interviewed) to catch up on a few projects he has in the works. Today we have for you a sneak peek of an upcoming collaboration (arranged by LeBasse Projects) from Matsu & Harbour City that has been getting prepped for lucky art heads in Hong Kong. Entitled Sky Is The Limit, a 6.5 meter-high stainless steel sculpture with one of his characters riding a horse aiming for the atmosphere from the Brooklyn-based Japanese artist will be unveiled soon. Based loosely on the classic […]
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Just in time for the holidays. Paper Monster has three fresh prints available starting at noon today from three AM favorites: Rostarr, Judith Supine and Tomokazu Matsuyama (aka Matsu). Judith Supine releases Night Nurse Edition of 30 Dimensions: 31 x 41 Inches Screenprint, Acrylic Interference Paint, Black UV Ink on Archival Paper. Signed and Numbered, Judith Supine – 2012. Matsu releases Mr. Alpha. Edition of 50 Dimensions: Circular @ 26.5 Inches Epson Print, 20 Color Screenprint & Hand Finishing on Archival Paper Signed and Numbered […]
Today at The Standard, New York, Tomokazu Matsuyama will release an exclusive snow globe based on his signature series of Running Deep paintings. The 8″ glass and wood multiples are each handmade in various colors, signed and numbered, and limited to an edition of 30. They can be purchased in person or online at The Standard Shop for $350. And to celebrate the release, there will be a reception at the shop tonight from 7–9pm. See the flyer for the reception, after the jump.
One of the booths we were really impressed with during Art Basel Week was Joshua Liner Gallery’s showcase at SCOPE. It was a diverse group reflecting some of his successes this year from represented artists such as Matsu (interviewed), Kris Kuksi, and Evan Hecox. In addition, the show offered a sneak preview of the tremendous talent in stored for the coming year with works by Dave Kinsey, Dave Kassan, Tony Kanali, Tiffany Bozik, and Travis Louie (interviewed. More images after the jump…