Flags in butts, drippy cunts, shit beaks, and fleshy chunks of meat caught in seemingly intimate moments: these are the images Chicago artist and musician Gregory Jacobsen chooses to render in his awkward acrylic, confidently sensual world.
To anyone who grew up in the last 20 years, there is a huge chance that you’ve been consciously or unconsciously exposed to Abby Portner’s work. Whether it was her cover art for Animal Collective’s iconic album Sung Tongs, her visual direction for all their other projects, her drawings in the landmark Alien Workshop video Mindfield, her stage designs at FYF and Coachella, or her production design for Velvet Underground’s John Cale, Tegan and Sara, and her brother and Animal Collective founding member, Avey Tare, she has certainly left a substantial footprint on the worlds of music, art, and skateboarding. Accolades aside, Portner has been working on a rad project with Vans, called PARADOX, that’s opening tonight in Brooklyn at the House of Vans,…
Museum Voorlinden is currently featuring a solo exhibition of work by Martin Puryear, as a part two of the museum’s American Season series which will showcase four diverse American artists on consecutive display. Museum visitors will have a chance to experience a broad selection of works from artist’s sculptural oeuvre during his first museum exhibition in Europe.
We’ve been really digging these digital paintings from Zeenchin, whose ideas seem to blossom in an unwieldly fashion, and whose muted color palettes and anime-esque content create a beautiful dissonance that still remains painterly.
A new exhibition at Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden in Marrakech brings together the work of approximately 40 emerging and established photographers who are working from a distinctly African perspective. The artists examine universally relevant cultural concepts of tradition, spirituality, family and the environment, within the context of modern African experiences and daily life.
Kate Clark is a New York-based sculptor, residing and working in Brooklyn. Her work synthesizes human faces with the bodies of animals, the signature component in all of her work.
This last week artists took to the streets of Kaka’ako – the heart of Pow!Wow! Worldwide – to again transform the neighborhood with a fresh roster of artists.
Photofairs | San Francisco, the cutting-edge contemporary art fair dedicated to photography and moving image, opens this week for its second edition. Featuring 40 leading international and US galleries, Photofairs is a highly curated, boutique fair that offers collectors and curators access to artists and galleries never seen before in the Bay Area.
Printmaker, tattooer, musician and sculptor, Noel’le Longhaul makes highly detailed, one-of-a-kind works on bodies, paper and other materials at Lupinewood and beyond.
The winner of Surreal Salon 10, a submission based art competition hosted by Baton Rouge Gallery, is Heidi Taillefer, with her piece Starting Something You Can’t Finish.