Kirbyvision: A Tribute to Jack Kirby
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1w ago
Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery is excited to present the group show collaboration, Kirbyvision: A Tribute to Jack Kirby, in partnership with the Jack Kirby Museum & Research Center. Set to debut on Saturday, June 29th and be on view through August 3rd, this exclusive event will feature new and original, one of a kind artwork -- inspired by one of the most influential and prolific creators in the history of comics -- from over 70 of the top artists in the New Contemporary art scene, as well as original artworks by Kirby. Celebrating Kirby's artwork and his profound influe ..read more
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Reaganomics Killed America’s Middle Class: Alvaro Naddeo @ Thinkspace Projects, Los Angeles
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2w ago
“This body of work is a visual narrative of the economic policies that have eroded the stability and prosperity of America’s middle class. All that’s left are the debris and detritus of a once thriving segment of society, now navigating an increasingly precarious existence ..read more
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Anthony Coleman and Andrew Jeffrey Wright: "E.T. and Some Bananas" and Even More Bananas
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3w ago
E.T and some Bananas is both the title of a collaborative drawing by Anthony Coleman and Andrew Jeffrey Wright and the title of their two-person exhibition. This drawing encapsulates much about their approach to art: bright color, a focus on characters from popular culture rendered through their own highly original interpretations and odd juxtapositions. The exhibition features collaborations between the two artists and individual bodies of work. For over five years, Wright has worked closely with Coleman as his art “coach” at Artworks/Community Integrated Services and for over two years they ..read more
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Mark Gonzales in Paris
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3w ago
HVW8 Gallery is pleased to present Mark Gonzales in Paris, a new solo exhibition by Mark Gonzales. Marking the artist’s first solo exhibition in Paris, this is a homecoming of sorts for the artist and skateboarder who resided in the city in 2010. Gonzales’ new exhibition arrives just before an Olympic Games that will feature street skating (which he famously pioneered) and puts on display a new body of work made exclusively for this Paris pop-up. New paintings feature Gonzales’ signature ‘schmoo’ characters among a kaleidoscope of colors and shapes. The exhibition also features a fresh array ..read more
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Things That Have Always Been There: An Interview with Michael McGregor
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1M ago
The idea and practice of getting away, going on vacation, emerged simultaneously with the expansion of railways across Europe and the United States in the 19th century; the American middle-class family vacation didn’t become popular until the 1950s. And yet, there is this idea that the impulse and practice of “getting away from it all” has always been there. The images that come back from friends and family who ventured to other lands feature classic tourist spots—the Eiffel Tower, the Grand Canyon, the Pyramids of Giza, the Tower of Pisa—but they also feature everyday objects—a cup of coffee ..read more
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Aliza Nisenbaum Has New Paintings and Drawings on View in NYC
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2M ago
Anton Kern Gallery presents four recent small-scale paintings and four watercolors by Aliza Nisenbaum, all of which depict familiar subjects in intimate moments of repose. This selection of work deviates from her current exhibition at the Metropolitan Opera House and recent survey at The Queens Museum, both of which featured large-scale mural-like tableaus and extensive time spent getting to know her sitters and researching their communities. Here, the artist returns to the studio, focusing on her immediate relationships—her sister, members of the gallery’s circle, and her personal archive of ..read more
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Frank Lloyd Wright is Always "Timeless"
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3M ago
Spoke Art and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation are pleased to present Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless, a traveling pop-up art exhibition featuring all new illustrations and limited edition posters inspired by the work of American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.  ..read more
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A Portfolio: Andie Dinkin
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6M ago
We go back into a more illustrative mode today on A Portfolio, and look at the outstanding works of Andie Dinkin. She's a master of the details, creating these grand worlds of the wealthy, also quieter moments that are more personal.  ..read more
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A Portfolio: Rain Szeto
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6M ago
An artist with quite the following as Rain Szeto needs no introduction here on A Portfolio, but we love her illustrations and prints so much. She was just included in the Traditions show curated by Thinkspace and Tlaloc at the Muzeo in Anaheim, and we wanted to feature some of the works here today.  ..read more
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A Portfolio: Sam3
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6M ago
On today's A Portfolio, we take a look at the career-spanning output of Spanish street artist, Sam3. We recently posted a video edit that Sam3 made, and it got us thinking about his great murals, street pieces, illustrations and installations. He has always kept it simple in terms of colors choices, but there is a huge and dramatic concept behind the simplicity.  ..read more
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