The Mission Art Scene in the ’90s
Ft. Greene gets another white person… in the form of this brilliant bust of Edward Snowden installed at the Prison Ship Martyrs Monument.
Selections from Hajime Sorayama’s print show at FIFTY24SF.
From John Giorno in NY to Jerry Hsu in LA to RIME in Paris, here is a list of openings to attend across the globe.
Gary Dahl, the Inventor of the Pet Rock has passed away at the age of 78. Because of that insane shit you pulled off, we will forever make our ideas happen in the constant pursuit of one catching fire.
“To do a dull thing with style is preferable to doing a dangerous thing without it / To do a dangerous thing with style is what I call art.”
Charles Bukowski’s poetry gets set in motion in STYLE, a seriously awesome hand drawn animation by Joe Pease.
A look through some of the work in Thomas Campbell’s new book and show at the Mollusk Gallery in San Francisco
Andrew Jeffrey Wright as Action painter Arlo Gargano.
This Summer FAILE will be taking their talents to the Brooklyn Museum for a new show entitled Savage/Sacred Young Minds. Featuring two installations by the duo as well as a host of new paintings, Savage/Sacred Young Minds will run from July 10th through October 4th, 2015.
For those interested in purchasing work from FAILE, they’ll be releasing a new series of Book Covers this Thursday, April 2nd at NOON (NYC Time).
Some of Milton Glaser’s earliest commissions.
Described as “luxury and empty calories,” Chloe Wise’s meticulously painted bread bags are pretty much the ultimate intersection of art, food, and fashion. Her new show PISSING, SHMOOZING, AND LOOKING AWAY features these works, and is on view at Galerie Division in Montreal through May 2, 2015. Art with a sense of humor wins once again.
A look at people and the outfits they wear to art openings in New York City.
Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni
Location: Gaetano Pesce, One Of A Kind Iconic Works 1967-2015 at Allouche Gallery (03/26/2015)