On view at The Hole until tomorrow (2/6), Jaimie Warren’s latest show of self-portraits are recreations of “images from the internet that deal with art history, celebrities & food, and things that “totally look like” each other.”
Really awesome work. Jaimie will be giving an artist talk tomorrow night at 8pm, so if you’re in the hood, stop by.
This is your last weekend to check out The RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ Galaxseum at The Children’s Museum of the Arts, and while the Letter Racers have already been taken down it’s still worth a visit.
On view at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen until February 16th, One of These Days is HuskMitNavn’s 5th solo show at the gallery.
You only have one more month to see this show in person at the Berkeley Art Museum. After that, you’ll have to settle for these pics above.
On view until December 9th.
On view at Joshua Liner Gallery through this weekend (10/27).
Any art that transforms your immediate world is worth seeing. This one takes you somewhere entirely different.
On view at Marlborough Chelsea until October 27th
I’m pretty sure this is the last weekend to see Eric Yahnker’s awesome show at The Hole.
CLASSIC presents this group show as part of Arts Le Havre 2012 – Contemporary Art Biennial.
Featuring: Ken Kagami, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Julien Couic, Barry McGee, Jesse Geller, Isaac T. Lin, Dan Murphy & Jacob Ciocci.
On view until October 26th 2012.
Arts Le Havre
Musée Maritime et Portuaire
Quai Roger Meunier – Hangar 1
76600 Le Havre
This really fun show from two of my favorite Bay Area citizens Victor Reyes and Steel is on view at the Klughaus Gallery through October 7th. You have enough time to be lazy and still head over and see it. Or you can be real lazy and look at it here, but if you’re in NYC, go.
Watch a classic promo video below
Where did September go? This excellent show is only on view at Half Gallery until tomorrow (9/26), so you better get over there ASAP… or just live vicariously through these pictures right here.
Whichever you choose, make sure to read this essay on Eddie by Glenn O’Brien
For those of us not in London, this is what Geoff McFetridge’s new show at Ivory & Black looks like.
Spend a while here, and take in the wit and wisdom from Steve Powers‘ first NY gallery show in 7 years. Words don’t do it justice.
On view at Joshua Liner Gallery until September 29th.
The first solo exhibition in an American Museum by Os Gêmeos opens to the public today at Boston’s ICA. Here is a look through the exhibit, if you’re into seeing art on computers instead of in person. The show runs through November 25th, and is accompanied by two outdoor installations.
Which do you prefer?
If you find yourself in Frankfurt before September 23rd, you can decide in person at Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung and the Schirn Kunsthalle.
All the info here + an interview about his new series ‘Antiquities’ at Bloomberg
This massive salon-style group show is on view at The Hole until August 10th, 2012.
This killer show from Evan Hecox is up at Joshua Liner Gallery through this weekend (6/23). Go see it!
Here is what you’re missing. Open through Sunday 6/17) at the Park Avenue Armory.
Really cool works by the Brooklyn artist. On view at Half Gallery until June 22nd, 2012.