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Openings: Stephan Doitschinoff – Novo Asceticismo @ Jonathan LeVine

It’s been a while since we caught up with Stephan Doitschinoff (aka Calma). The Brazilian artist last showed with Jonathan Levine Gallery back in 2008 (covered) but now is back with a new series entitled Novo Asceticismo, which hits religious themes via mixed-media works rich in symbolism and highlighted by Latin text. Doitschinoff reflects on the sacrifice and deprivation necessary for the modern man to continue and live purely despite a society filled with vices and common mental traps. Check out more after the jump.

Openings: Massimo Vitali @ agnès b. Galerie Boutique

AM recently stopped by the agnès b. gallery boutique to catch their latest exhibition with esteemed Italian photographer Massimo Vitali. The opening reception allowed guests to peruse a new series of photographs taken in Italy, Turkey and Greece from 2009-2011. Making use of his signature style, Massimo took the photos from a high vantage point (4-5 meters) using large format film cameras to achieve his unique look at beach and tourist landscapes. The launch event was also a tandem book signing event in which Massimo […]

Preview: Thomas Woodruff – “The Four Temperament Variations” @ P·P·O·W Gallery

On January 5th, the P·P·O·W Gallery in New York will be hosting new work from the New York based Thomas Woodruff where he is also the Chairman of the Illustration and Cartooning Departments at the School of Visual Arts. The paintings for the show collectively entitled The Four Temperaments Variations were inspired by the theories of Hippocrates, when it was believed everyone’s body and mind were controlled by four different, mysterious, colored fluids – Sanguinic, Choleric, Melancholic, and Phlegmatic – where any imbalance in these fluids […]

Openings: David Ellis – “True Value” @ Joshua Liner Gallery

AM recently attended the opening night for David Ellis‘ solo at New York’s Joshua Liner Gallery. The latest body of work from the New York based artist is entitled True Value and as previewed, the show did an excellent job of showcasing the multi-faceted talents of the man many have called “an artist’s artist.” We caught fresh paintings alongside his numerous musically themed works which included record albums, boom-box instruments and of course the encore of his kinetic sound sculpture which won the Pulse prize […]

Teaser: Natalia Fabia – “Punk Rock Rainbow Sparkle” @ Jonathan LeVine

Opening on January 14th at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Punk Rock Rainbow Sparkle will represent Natalia Fabia’s (interviewed) debut solo exhibition in New York. For those of you who know Natalia and her paintings, you will recognize that the title of the show references the very essence of her work. Regarding the show, she states – “Punk rock is one of my true loves. Punk to me is an attitude, a lifestyle. Punk is a middle finger, punk is do-it-yourself, do what you want. It’s a kind […]

Openings: Paul Wackers – “Of Life” @ Morgan Lehman

On through the end of January at the Morgan Lehman Gallery in New York is a new show from Paul Wackers entitled Of Life. The Brooklyn-based painter has long been a student of 20th century European avant-garde painting and has spent countless hours deciphering and deconstructing the work of artists like Matisse, Braque, and Picasso. Taking what he has learned and reinterpreting it in his own style, Wackers applies his creative output in this new body of work toward interiors while maintaining his bold palette, […]

James Jarvis @ The Standard (New York)

Last month, we mentioned that James Jarvis (interviewed) would be signing his new book, De Profundis, at The Standard Shop in New York. Now we have some photos of the site-specific painting the British illustrator created on the shop’s windows as well as some of the works he produced for the showing. More after the jump…

Terry Richardson – “Mom & Dad” @ Half Gallery

We recently caught a show by renowned photographer Terry Richardson in New York’s Half Gallery. Mom & Dad featured an excerpt of select photos from his latest monograph from Morel Books (available here). As the title indicates, Richardson included photos of his late father Bob Richardson, a well-known fashion photographer and mother Annie. There were two installations to accompany the photos. First was a collection of printed photos that lined the floor of the gallery and a second was a series of archived answering machine […]

Showing: Kozyndan – “Their Bones Are Coral Made” @ Bold Hype

A couple weeks ago, the husband and wife duo known as Kozyndan opened their newest solo show at the Bold Hype Gallery in New York. Entitled Their Bones Are Coral Made, the new work blended their two loves – the ocean & all things aquatic and the risque. As anyone who follows their flickr knows, they often upload photos of their underwater adventures as well as titillating inspirations. Take a look at more pics after the jump including some great prints they created for the […]

Streets: Aiko x Bast (Brooklyn)

Longtime friends and collaborators, Aiko and Bast, recently went out into the cold Brooklyn air after dark to get up the side of an old building. Included in the project was some old and new imagery from the NY-based street artists as they stenciled the night away. More detailed shots after the jump…