Selling Stolen Tools
acrylic on paper bag,
He has an upcoming show at 360See opening March 19th in Chicago.
Currently on exhibit in London at Eleven Gallery, Natasha Kissell’s “Artificial Paradises“, borrows the title from Charles Baudelaire’s eponymous book. The Show is up til the 13th of March.
Here is a interview with Natasha from ’08.
Did Michaelangelo reference a brain on the Sistine Chapel ceiling?
This a probably one of the better ways to promote an opening. Gods and Monsters, featuring new work by Pale Horse and Allen Richmond. opens this weekend on December 12th in St. Petersburg Florida, from 7:00PM – 11:00PM at 19 Dr. MLK Jr. St.
The Kristin Baker show “Splitting Twilight” is coming to an end December 19th. Check out her paintings at Deitch Projects at their 18 Wooster Street location in NYC. There are some smaller pieces in the front of the gallery, but the giant ones are in the upper back section. Think raw, layered, accidental, landscapelike pieces that are quite large but avoid feeling heavy.
I took a lunchtime stroll down there – A nice brain cure after a failed attempt at curing some super late night insomnia (“Apocalypse Now”… this will put me to sleep… not) – just kicked back and took these in.
More photos after the jump.
Check out this collection of images of the invisible man, or just a man with mad skills, and a bit crazy.
Chceck out Melbourne, Australia artist Melissa Haslam, She has a upcoming show in 2010 in LA. She describes her work botanical victorian.
Will Barras “Darling, We’re Leaving!” A solo exhibition opens November 5 at
Fifty24SF in San Fransisco.
For more info on Will check out, DC.
248 Fillmore Street,
San Francisco, CA 94117
I just stumbled across Raymond, pretty interesting work. See for yourself
Almost a year ago, we told you about Nate Frizzell‘s first solo show. This past Saturday his most recent solo show, Lost in the Thicket, opened at LeBasse Projects in Culver City, California. The show, replete with paintings full of masked characters intermingling with animals, was well received, as evidenced by nearly every piece being sold.
We are totally impressed by the soft, portrait work of Australian artist Jodie Anne Candy.
Winnie Won Tsuen Yiu is a Vancouver artist who creates illustrative work that is both beautiful and grotesque. See more of all of that here, and if you like it you can buy this 10″ x 10″ gouache on wood (above) here.
Blu and David Ellis clean up and collaborate on this amazing piece at Italy’s Fame Festival.