Jason Jägel, one of the artists featured in our upcoming “All Types of Characters” show, talks and paints in San Francisco in this beautiful profile by Noe Chavez.
by Daniel Rozin
“Penguins Mirror” is an installation scattered on the floor and comprised of 450 motorized stuffed animals. Reductive in palette, yet baroque in behavior, it performs an absurdly homogeneous system of movement. Playing with the compositional possibilities of black and white, each penguin turns from side to side and responds to the presence of an audience. As they perform, the penguins’ collective intelligence is puzzling, yet somehow familiar, as the plush toys enact a precise choreography rooted in geometry.
On view at bitforms gallery through July 1, 2015
Magnum Photos Square Prints Sale is happening right now.
For their GPK Adult Variant Series, Jake Houvenagle and Brandon Voges looked into the past to create a future for early Garbage Pail Kids.
Never-before-seen drawings by the graffiti legend are on view at Nicole Klagsburn through June 7th.
A look through some of the 68 pages of this new book.
The Fearless Steve Powers
Art cars so cool they got their own agency representation.