Taylor McKimens is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work has been shown around the globe, and on this website. His vibrant, organic paintings are some of our favorites.
This week, we visited the studio of artist Devin Troy Strother, who is preparing for his third solo exhibition at Richard Heller Gallery in Los Angeles. Devin uses glitter, paper and paint to create mixed-media collages that open a dialogue between him and the viewer. His exhibition, Look at All My Shit, opens on September 7.
Photography by Brigitte Sire
Photographs by Gautier Deblonde
Ron Mueck opens a new exhibition today at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. It is on view through September 29th.
We recently visited the Costa Mesa studio of MADSTEEZ. Known for his bold artwork, Mr. Ween’s workspace is as colorful as the artist himself.
A couple weeks ago we visited the studio of San Francisco-based artist Andrew Schoultz. Here’s a peek into what we saw.
Brooklyn-based painter Eddie Martinez opens a new show, Seeker, in about a half an hour at Peres Projects in Berlin. We stopped by his studio last month to hang out and see some of the work before it got shipped. Here it is.
While in SF last month, I had the opportunity to visit the studio space of those three talented artists mentioned in the headline.
Richard Colman is a San Francisco-based artist who I’ve been fortunate enough to know since I was probably 13. His work is magic, so you should definitely find one of the galleries that represents him and buy up all of his work. If your stacks are short, you can also purchase the tote bag he made for us here. Enjoy!
We recently G’d over to Williamsburg to check in on all the art and inspiration in Faile‘s studio.
One can only surmise that opening the door to Steve Powers‘ studio is like going through his earlobe and arriving inside his brain. Creativity everywhere.