Following MOCA’s stunning announcement yesterday that Jeffrey Deitch will be taking over their director, the first interview with the gallerist has come out. Tyler Green conducts an incredibly insightful and fascinating Q&A where many of the questions we raised when we first broke the story were answered as well as some that we didn’t think about. For example, Deitch touches on being forced to disclose what pieces he has in his extensive collection, whether he will be restricted from showing any artists he has worked […]
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Some interesting chatter coming out ahead of the press conference on Monday to announce the Los Angeles MOCA’s new director. One of the top candidates is none other than Jeffrey Deitch, whose booth we recently visited at Art Basel Miami. If he’s confirmed (he’s got a good shot, seeing Eli Broad is probably backing him, two major galleries in LA back him – Javier Peres of Peres Projects and Blum & Poe, and his gallery confirms Deitch is in LA right now for “meetings”), it […]
Following his recent recreations of his historic Art Shack at Art Basel Miami and the Museum of Craft and Folk Art earlier this year, Mike Shine starts off 2010 proper with yet another installation, this time at the prestigious SF MoMA. Debuting on the eve of their 75th Anniversary Show, the “Mike Shine Show” will run from January 16th to the 17th. Mike recently sent us a couple photos of the mural he’s working on, see the second process pic after the jump.
The Warrington Museum & Art Gallery is holding an exhibition until March 13th highlighting some “Urban Art” from artists like Banksy, Blek le Rat, Gavin Turk, Adam Neate (interviewed), David Choe, Faile (featured), Lorraine Robbins, Antony Micallef (interviewed), Ron English (featured), José Parlá, Elbow-Toe (interviewed), Sam Taylor-Wood, Candice Tripp (interviewed), Swoon (interviewed) and Takashi Murakami – um, yes… Murakami. We believe the pieces are part of a private collection that also exhibited at the Stoke-on-Trent Potteries Museum & Art Gallery earlier this year.
Vernissage TV was on hand to document one of the shows we enjoyed during our visit to Miami for Art Basel Week. As we previously mentioned, Chicago- based artist Dzine brought his sculptures, paintings and installations for an exhibition at the Bass Museum of Art with a custom chandelier and “ghost bike” being some of the standout pieces. Take a look as he walks through and explains his work. Discuss Art Basel week here.
Currently showing at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum is a major exhibition from gunpowder artist extraordinaire Cai Guo Qiang. As you can see in the video above, Qiang demonstrated his explosive technique by creating some of his signature pieces (also seen in the “Stages” show) in person. Far from a one trick pony, Qiang brings with him a body of work similar to what we witnessed at the Guggenheim in New York last year with his “hanging car” installation, “headlong rush of wolves” installation, “sunken […]
Good artists borrow, great artists steal. ~Pablo Picasso Coinciding with Art Basel Miami 2009, the Rubell Family Collection opened their latest exhibition, entitled Beg, Borrow, and Steal. The exhibition, filling the entire 45,000 sq. ft. museum, consists of 260 works by 74 artists of different generations and examines the role of appropriation throughout modern and contemporary art. It was born through a series of conversations the Rubells had with artists Kelly Walker and Wade Guyton. It deals with artistic influence, artists building upon the legacies […]
Last month, we brought you some great photos of the opening of the “Inside Out, Outside In” group show at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP). Now, we have some behind the scenes pics of Zezão, Stephan Doitschinoff, Ramon Martins, Carlos Dias, Daniel Melim, and Titi Freak getting their freak on (no pun intended) as they set up for the groundbreaking show at one of the most respected museums in Latin America. If you like the pics after the jump, you might want […]
Last week, the fantastic “Inside Out, Outside In” group show at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) opened its doors showcasing work from six Brazilian street artists Titi Freak, Zezão, Stephan Doitschinoff, Ramon Martins, Carlos Dias and Daniel Melim. Luckily, our correspondent Layla K was on hand to document the exhibition curated by Choque Cultural featuring paintings, murals, and large-scale installations. More pics after the jump…
AM visited Jeremy Fish this past weekend in Laguna for the opening of “Weathering the Storm”, his first solo museum show. As you may well remember from our studio visit, Fish has created an entirely new body of work for this exhibit, featuring a variety of sizes and mediums. Fans turned out in droves, many coming from as far as San Francisco to attend the opening. In attendance were art scene staples such as Lynzy Blair of FIFTY24SF, Juxtapoz’s Matt Revelli and Evan Prico, Fecal […]