A great new group exhibition opens tonight (6/29) at Salon 94 Bowery. Curated by Jayson Musson and Fabienne Stephan, A Being in the World features the work of Emilia Brintnall, James Castle, Steven and Billy Dufala, William Edmondson, Gerasimos Floratos, Mark Thomas Gibson, Maia Ruth Lee, Caro Niederer, Lee Scratch Perry, Tschabalala Self, Katie Stout, Bill Traylor, and James Ulmer.
Rest in Peace Bill Cunningham, New York fashion’s humble photographer.
Opening this Saturday night (6/25) at Maitland Foley in Los Angeles is ART, AMIRITE?, a new exhibition by Norberto Rodriguez. Utilizing a catalogue of 36 years of work by the late Bert Rodriguez, ART, AMIRITE? is Norberto Rodriguez’s first solo show with with the gallery .
Christo’s self-financed $17m art project The Floating Piers, opens across Italy’s Lake Iseo on June 18th.
Japanese Baseball Forever
A look at people and the outfits they wear to art openings in New York City.
Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni
Location:Tom Sachs: Nuggets at Jeffrey Deitch (05/05/2016)
A leading earthquake scientist has once again reminded everyone that the Southern Californian part of the San Andreas Fault—which runs directly through the Coachella Valley—is “locked, loaded and ready to roll.”
Happy to announce a new project I’m involved in. Maitland Foley is a green-friendly contemporary art gallery with an eye towards experimentation and creating a cultural dialogue for emerging and mid career artists in the budding Los Angeles scene. Our first show is this Saturday, April 30th with Chris Cascio. Details below.
Maitland Foley is pleased to announce its inaugural exhibition, Full Melt, a solo show of new work by Houston-based artist Chris Cascio.
Building off of his continuing series of Drug Maps, Cascio scales down the presence of his previous work for Full Melt, and focuses in on cannabis, and its industry. Referencing notable strains and marquee brands, Cascio plots these signatures and marks across varying neo-camouflage canvases, giving a nod to both the fashion of street culture, as well as the renegade journeymen who take the risk of growing to bring the product to market. Utilizing a palette that lends itself to the subject matter, tones of honey, orange, and brown dominate works focused on manmade extraction, while greens, browns, and purples carry the eye through nature’s bounty. Ultimately, a chronicle of the artist’s own consumption, the works in Full Melt show a sophisticated understanding of the landscape of this culture and its new environs.