Shepard Fairey’s new show “Damaged” premiered in Los Angeles on November 11th.
Miishkooki Art Space is hosting a show this coming month titled Cosmic Characters. The show brings together the work of three unique artists with analogous visual sensibilities. The works in the exhibition convoke otherworldly morphologic beings and give a peek into the illusory domains that they inhabit
Underdogs Gallery recently closed a successful solo exhibition by visual artist Wasted Rita titled As Happy As Sad Can Be. The show consisted of quirky pieces that face and embrace sadness in a fun way, or play with fake happiness while being fundamentally sad.
New York’s School of Visual Arts is currently preparing their new show titled Street Smart: The Interaction of Art and Design in the City, which they will be hosting at their Chelsea gallery space, 601 West 26th Street, 15th Floor. The show will feature a number of SVA alumni, spanning across multiple mediums of art and design.
Simultaneously with his show at Schneider Museum of Art, Nat Meade is currently having a solo show with Froelick Gallery in Portland, titled All Arounders. This is Nat’s 4th solo show with Froelick, and is consisting of new pieces created as a part of his ongoing research of male archetypes. If you’d like to read more about Nat Meade, read his interview from our October 2017 issue
Hell’O Collective is the brainchild of Jerôme Meynen and Antoine Detaille, two Belgian artists that came up writing graffiti and eventually made their way towards painting.
Strolling along the eclectic storefronts of Melrose Avenue one balmy summer evening, I happened upon a curious exhibition that piqued my attention. The installation was the opposite of what one would expect in an art gallery, because the primary work in the show wasn’t on the walls—it was in the middle of the room
Spoke Art’s latest show is titled SERIGRAPH, a dynamic group exhibition celebrating screenprinting and analog printmaking as both a medium and a process. This comprehensive survey includes artists from a wide variety of genres, backgrounds and styles.
On November 4th, Bordalo II opened his long awaited milestone solo show, Attero, in Lisbon. Produced by the Mistaker Maker platform and curated by Lara Seixo Rodrigues, the show featurs 31 new pieces exclusively for the event
Timothy Curtis, who graced the cover of our April 2017 issue, is set to open a solo show, “Laugh Now, Laugh Later: Painted Drawings,” at Takashi Murakami’s gallery, Hidari Zingaro, in Tokyo from Thursday November 23—December 5, 2017.