Brendan Monroe recently opened a new exhibition at Curator’s Cube in Tokyo featuring a mix of drawings, paintings and ceramic sculptures.
Currently on display at Blindspot Gallery in Hong Kong is a group exhibition curated by Leo Li Chen entitled After Party: Collective Dance and Individual Gymnastics.
Through the years, all of Jim Goldberg’s publishing endeavors have been worthy of attention, dating back to his seminal and highly collectable 1995 title Raised by Wolves. With each effort, Goldberg builds brilliant narrative stories, unconventional in presentation and deeply personal.
And among other things that this beautiful short documentary the Worcester Art Museum commissioned Todd Mazer to create shows is that Ed is just as wonderful a guy as you’d hope.
Shared online in 2012, this short film shows stills from Jim Goldberg’s renowned book Raised by Wolves, alongside moving images and sound.
Birthe Piontek is a visual artist living in Vancouver BC, Canada. Originally from Germany, she moved to Canada in 2005 after receiving her MFA from the University of Essen in Communication Design and Photography.
The art world too global for you?
Rather than fight the spirit of today’s topsy-turvy times, why not embrace it with this statement bookcase from multi-hyphenate Czech designer Jiři Pelcl?
On January 14th Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco will be opening a solo show by Brian Willmont. Sharing the space with SF-based Joe Roberts, NY-based artist and curator will be introducing his new body of work that is pushing his practice to a point where there is the familiar simplicity but a deeper complexity in the reading as well.