The kids like to line up good and early for a new Supreme drop, while we just like to admire their art collaborations from a distance because we have work to do and can't wait in a line for 6 hours for a five-panel. But we appreciate it. For the Fall/Winter 2014 line, Supreme teamed with the late/great Swiss painter and former Juxtapoz cover artist, H.R.
Christophe Guye Galerie is pleased to present Roger Ballen's upcoming solo exhibition “Asylum of the Birds,” which will be the first gallery exhibition of his most recent series of work. We reviewed his newest book in the mag recently, and were lucky enough to have Mr Ballen on the cover of our photography zine in early 2014. Not only will the show feature over a dozen black and white photographs, the film ‘Asylum of the Birds’ as well as a site-specific installation and original drawings will be on view
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.
We have mentioned the art by George W. Bush before and we have also mentioned how much it amused us. We were not the only ones
On our first day in Atlanta for the Living Walls Conference we did what we always do, hit the streets to see what all the artists are working on. We started by riding a bike around to check everything out, but quickly abandoned the sweltering humidity combined with a whole lot of sweat and jumped at the opportunity to ride in a nice air-conditioned automobile to scope everything (Thanks Ben!).
The photo laureate of Los Angeles brings his dreamworld to the East Coast.
Using a ball point pen, illustrator Shohei Otomo creates some pretty strange works, including this piece in particular, depicting an erotic moment with an octopus. In his own expressive way, Otomo makes theses bizarre sexual encounters…
Ryan McGinness partnered with New York’s Department of Transportation to deploy his subversive and occasionally “graphically surreal or absurd” drawings on 50 eight-by-24-inch oblong aluminum “canvases” around the city. Nearly all of them disappeared in less than a week.
For the past few weeks, we have been gong into the vaults to show you some of the history of the artists that were partcipating in “Art Alliance: The Provocateurs” that is happening through August 3 in Chicago. Today, we have shots from yesterday's opening, along with the final looks of the four murals painted near Lollapolooza by Cleon Peterson, Shepard Fairey, Retna, and Pose.