Athens’ The Breeder graciously sent us some preview images for “Crooked Aisles,” Ryan McGinley’s first solo show in Greece. The exhibition opening January 14 will consist of a varied selection of new and old photographs, including images from McGinley’s summer road trip and “Moonmilk” series, as well as black and white portraits. See all the preview images, after the jump.
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New Image Art is holding a photography show next month all from the female perspective. “Put Your Finger On The Button” will open on January 9th and include female photographers Alex Prager, Amanda Marsalis, Ashira Siegel, Brandy Eve, Deanna Templeton, Jeaneen Lund, Kassia Meador, Laura Flippen, Rebecca Wright, Susanne Melanie Berry, Taylor Brittenham, and Cheryl Dunn’s portraits of other artists like the one of Jose Parla seen above. More from Cheryl Dunn after the jump…
We previewed Ryan McGinley’s works in this year’s Art Basel Miami previously, now prepare yourselves for pictures from Team Gallery’s booth at the fair. No matter how you picture in your heads how the photographs from small compressed jpegs look framed and in person, it can not prepare you for how fantastic they truly look. McGinley’s photographs were impressive in imagery, color, and size, going up to 108 inches. According to Jose Freire, owner of Team Gallery, McGinley is meticulous in his perfection. He […]
You may have seen this iconic image of Andy Warhol with Bob Dylan in front of his “Double Elvis” (an uncut Eight Elvises sold for a record $100 million recently) during his “Factory” days, but did you know who the photographer was? Idea Generation Gallery will be holding a retrospective in London next year of recently passed away Nat Finkelstein. Although the American photographer and photojournalist was known for his involvement with the Black Panthers and as a political radical back in the day, he […]
French photographer and street artist JR just announced the release today of his “Women are Heroes” book. In addition to following JR’s international exploits and wheatpastes, this book also focuses on his subjects – the women of Africa, Asia and South America, offering their personal testimonials to the public for the very first time. “Women are Heroes” is now available through Crakedz. More pictures after the jump.
Another stong group show to check out in Miami this week is “It Ain’t Fair” at OHWOW Gallery (also the site of the STAGES show). The international group show comprised of over 30 artists including Scott Campbell, Todd James aka REAS , KAWS, Terence Koh, Neck Face, Keiichi Nitta, José Parlá, Erik Parker, Kenny Scharf, Aurel Schmidt, Eric White (interviewed), and Aaron Young among many others. Opening night will be highlighted by the screening of Cyprien Gaillard’s “Cities of Gold and Mirrors” accompanied by a […]
After having been featured by Team Gallery at Art Basel Switzerland, the gallery is bringing Ryan McGinley’s newest works to Art Basel Miami. The photographs being shown at the fair continues his Moonmilk series (remember his show at Alison Jacques Gallery?) and also includes some images from his most recent road trip. The settings involve locations deep beneath the earth’s surface and now some on or above it. They integrate the nude body into scenes of nature, almost blending them into one. More images and […]
Looks like intrepid traveler, JR, added Abu Dhabi on the list of places he has visited with his street photography. To coincide with the annual Abu Dhabi Art Fair, the french wheatpaster was asked to create a large scale installation for the increasingly art-infused capital of the arab emirate. Take a look at a couple more pics after the jump.
Ever wonder how GQ, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and Playboy get those awesome covers and how those photographers create those brilliant pictures? Short answer: Lots of HARD WORK! That’s what AM learned at Baby Tattooville as Philip Warner gave us a demonstration of what it’s like to be a professional photographer. With clients such as MTV, Playboy, SonyBMG and CSI: New York, it’s not hard to see that his expertise is highly sought after. Phil set up shop in his hotel suite and transformed it […]
The last time we saw Slinkachu, he was busy in a Grottaglie alleyway creating his largest work yet for the FAME Festival (covered).Â Well, looks like the photographer/street artist is back with a new release which he also created in Italy, this time the installation “was placed near the local fly-tipping area and dog pound – the high life indeed!”Â This latest print is available in either small or large formats, through Studiocromie and Andipa Gallery respectively. More detail and location shots after the jump.