We were lucky to spend the day with street artist Lucien Gilson, aka Noir, in Liège, Belgium earlier this year and enjoy a tour of the city’s street art with one of its best muralists. Noir just wrapped up another black-and-white masterpiece of a tiger fish chasing time
Christopher Bang (born 1995) is a young photographer currently attending School Of Visual Arts. By documenting his girlfriend, friends and the daily occurrences in his life, Bang’s work investigates what it feels like to be in a relationship and explores the intimate ephemeral aura that surrounds him.
Art Gathering is set to launch June 2-5, the first of its kind; a curated multi-media art festival offering multi-media artists, tattooist, sculptors, collectors and visitors and a one-of-a-kind art experience.
Often described as a faux naive painter, Watson’s first Los Angeles solo show in nearly six years will feature new paintings as well as never before seen sculpture work.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next
Would anyone notice if we touched the lush velvet or buttery leather? Visit the Oscar de la Renta retrospective at the de Young Museum and see if you’re tempted. Journalist Andre Leon Talley has lent his cinematic eye to every detail of the 130-piece exhibit, which is staged in a travelogue of time and place.
One of our favorites, 2501, is currently the Movement x 1xRUN artist in residence prior to his solo exhibition, Processi Generativi, that opens on May 27th at Inner State in Detroit. Not only that, the artist is preparing to install a massive site wide installation throughout Hart Plaza in Detroit. To kick off the events, we have some great shots of 2501 in the residency.
Fresh on the heels and current run of KAWS’s beautiful show, Yorkshire Sculpture Park just opened another stunning show by Not Vital, the first major UK show of the Swiss and China and Rio de Janeiro and Niger-based artist.
Founded by Jason Pomerac, every SIXTY Hotel, no matter its location, is decorated with artworks by some of today’s most exciting artists as well as icons of decades past.
Initiating a dialogue between four artists of diverting origins and mediums, “A Change of Place: Four Solo Exhibitions” opened yesterday at Jack Shainman Gallery’s The School.