Milligrams of fun


Saw this flier last night at Santo’s.  Pretty awesome.

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Aiko at Joshua Liner Gallery


Aiko opens up a new show, Love Monster, at Joshua Liner‘s Chelsea gallery this Saturday night.  We got an early look at the work and besides being massive, the pieces are Aiko’s best work yet. After the jump, a press release and a small preview of the work.

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Tonight in Los Angeles, Elephants & Boa Constrictors


Recent work by Wyatt Neumann at Equator Books.

Elizabeth McGrath at Sloan Fine Art


The opening is tonight from 7 to 9pm.  More info here and a full press release after the jump.

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Jeff Koons and Glenn O’Brien at The Strand


If you feel up to it…this is tonight.

“American-born pop artist Jeff Koons will discuss two recent publications documenting his works: Celebration records Koons’ October 2008 exhibition at Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie and Versailles explores Koons’ September 2008 exhibition at the Palace of Versailles–the first contemporary exhibition ever held in the apartments of the king. Both books display Koons’ penchant for the marriage of childhood nostalgia with more adult themes and sensibilities. Glenn O’Brien will interview Jeff Koons.”

more here

The Queenz Arrive in Brooklyn tonight


Claw, Fafi, Hera, Acet, Siloette, etc.  Looks to be dope in more ways than one.

McCaig Welles

(Thanks Toro!)

folding paper in la


-Ana Serrano

If you need something to do this Saturday in LA, check out PaperShapers. Curated by Giant Robot, Papershapers is a group show featuring ten artists who work with paper-not “on paper.”  The exhibition will feature works that are cut, torn, folded, and sewn into unique creations. Shin Tanaka will be making a rare U.S. appearance at the opening.

The opening reception takes place April 11, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.  at the Scion Installation L.A. Space, 3521 Helms Ave. (at National), Culver City, CA 90232.  The show will run until May 2. For more info click here.

Carlos Valencia at The Journal Gallery


Opening tonight in Brooklyn

the kids are all right


We just got word of a show opening tonight in Philly of young artists, some still in training. Either way it should be a good time to get out  and see some art and get your drink on. For more info click here.

Opening in New York This Weekend


Phil Frost Paperweight: An Exhibition of Works on Paper

Gary Taxali Hindi Love Song

Jonathan Levine Gallery, Saturday April 4th 7 – 9pm

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We have a bunch of friends in this show, so stop by and show some love.

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Kids Behaving Badly tonight


At ClampArt

Larry Clark, Karlheinz Weinberger, Nan Goldin, David Armstrong,
Jack Pierson, Mark Morrisroe, Ryan McGinley, Jill Greenberg,
Brian Finke, John Arsenault, Marc Yankus, Michael Meads,
Thatcher Keats, Janine Gordon, Collin LaFleche.

March 19 – April 25, 2009

Opening reception:
Thursday, March 19, 2009
6.00 – 8.00 p.m.

Seonna Hong, Caroline Hwang & Saelee Oh at Sloan Fine Art


Opening tonight in the Lower East Side at Sloan Fine Art is a group show “I Know What You’re Thinking…” featuring Seonna Hong, Caroline Hwang & Saelee Oh.  Go to this.

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Dan Witz opening



This Friday, Tattoo Culture in Williamsburg will host artwork from Dan Witz and -mar-.The opening reception is this Friday Mar. 20th from 7-10pm. Sponsored by Coney Island Lager. Who knew Coney Island had a beer?


(street art)

Better History tonight


Curated by Nick Poe & 7Eleven Gallery
March 12 – April 11, 2009
Opening Reception March 12th, 6 – 10 pm
169 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10011
Better History is a New York based, cross-generational group exhibition. Works by some of the most promising emerging artists are presented alongside examples from long established figures, unfolding landscapes of influence. Instead of being lost in the maelstrom of contemporary art, the established artists provide fertile context that is crucial to understanding & grounding the younger generation. Many of the artists featured share personal history – ties of friendship, family and business – but despite these commonalities, each artist uniquely expresses his or her experience. The show features a community whose divergent yet optimistic visions reflect the complexities of a disjointed time. Better History is a bridge, uniting New York’s past with its present, and building order in support of a strong future.

Featured artists include Tim Barber, Sebastian Bear-Mcclard, Sebastian Black, Max Bode, Scott Campbell, Eneas Capalbo, Sarah Charlesworth, Francesco Clemente, Billy Copley, Patricia Cronin, Lance De Los Reyes, India Donaldson, Lena Dunham, Judith Hudson, Fab 5 Freddy, Francesco Galetto, India Donaldson, Alex Kalman, Maira Kalman, Tibor Kalman, Mel Kendrick, Victor Kerlow, Barney Kulock, Eva Lewitt, Judith Linhares, Troy Lumpkin, Alex Massouras, Michael Mcclard, Thomas Mcdonnell, Harry Mcnally, Casey Neistat, Van Neistat, Deniz Ozuygur, Peter Passuntino, Grear Patterson, Paolo Pelosini, Nick Poe, Nico Ponce De Leon Dios, Paula Poons, Steve Powers, Alex Rickard, Alexis Rockman, Theo Rosenblum, Ed Ruscha, Tom Sachs, Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie, Kenny Scharf, Laurie Simmons, Gordon Stevenson, Billly Sullivan, Jon Waite and Robert Waltzer.

John Van Hamersveld at Subliminal Projects


John Van Hamersveld opens a retrospective, Post-Future at Subliminal Projects in Los Angeles tonight.

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Glancing at The Twin Peak


Tomokazu Matsuyama’s latest show opens at Joshua Liner Gallery in Chelsea tonight.  It is a must see.

548 W 28th Street

3rd Floor

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Ryan Mcginness at Deitch


If there is one thing to do on Saturday this would be it.  Ryan McGinness returns to Deitch for some mind-blowing art action.

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The Armory Week Dive bar Guide


C-Monster has put together a great resource outlining bars nearby to the Art Fairs.  We would like to add in one from our stable if you’re at Volta.

The ultimate in Korean Fried Chicken, Restaurant Forte Baden Baden, 28 W. 32nd St. 2nd fl.  So good.

See C-Monster’s guide here

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