Dave Kinsey, New Works

Sure, it looks like Dave Kinsey went to bed with Picasso’s ghost but, this has to be the best body of work Kinsey has produced to date. On view at Joshua Liner Gallery until October 9th

photos by Kain Productions

Art Openings Tonight in New York

Santiago Sierra, Los Penetrados
Team Gallery
September 9th – October 23rd 2010

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Details from the Joshua Liner Summer Group Exhibition

See the pieces in full here

Blu in Warsaw


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Watercolors by Reuben Negron

With subject matter ranging from erotic and bondage to the mundane, Reuben Negron’s watercolors are skilled and beautiful.

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Kelsey Brooke’s Explosion Puzzles

For his new show with Kime Buzzelli, and Albert Reyes at New Image Art, Kelsey Brookes created these two puzzle paintings. They’re pretty much magic.

“Each has 5 interchangeable parts which can be swapped out with each other (you can push the individual pieces out from the back of the frame using a pencil) making 25 unique paintings.”

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Paintings by Bongiovanni

Maurizio Bongiovanni
Bird rib, 2010
Maurizio is originally from Milan, but currently resides in Madrid.

Taylor McKimens

Taylor McKimens lives and works in New York. We’ve been a fan for ages.

Lance Mountain honors the fallen

This Jeff Phillips Doughboy watercolor is one in a series of 8 that are dedicated to the memory of the greats from the skateboarding community who have passed away. Each watercolor is 22″ x 27″ framed with a price of $300.00 You can also pick up a single, illustrated print for $25.00, or the whole set of 8 for $100.00. Check out the site for more details.

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Shera’s world

Take a look at “Birth” by artist Shera (Julien Tran-Dinh). He is an illustrator and painter from Paris, France.

Details after the jump

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Oils of Water

Swedish painter Marcus Eek‘s Djupet, 2007, oil on canvas.

Very appropriate considering the BP fuck-up in the Gulf of Mexico.

Julia Randall


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Henrike Stahl

Henrike Stahl is a Paris-Based artist and photographer.

visual illusions from Bridget Riley

Catarct 3 (1967), by Op-artist Bridget Riley.

Whistler’s father


Titus Kaphar, the love of art history

Artist Titus Kaphar describes his love for history as the reason for his work.

Have a look at the collection of cut canvases here, and a video interview after the jump.

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Paintings from Marion Lane

A studio of colors, paintings from Marion Lane are peaceful.


peeling back the skin

Pretty amazing work from artist Xue Jiye, this is just a taste make sure to check out the sculptures after the jump.

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Los Angeles Projected Birth Rates by William Buzzell

From WWA Gallery’s L.A. 3010 show.

house paint on wood
10 x 10 inches

Only $200, so get to it

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