Art Jun 16, 2011

Assorted Flavor at Known Gallery

Assorted Flavor is a great name for a group show. And, by featuring works from Jason Jagel, Greg Lamarche, Patrick Martinez, Saber, Push, Augustine Kofie and Kevin Ancell the exhibition lives up to the moniker. Opening Saturday June 18… Read more
Design Apr 1, 2011

Re:Design Exhibition

News from the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey - Re:Design highlights 14 emerging designers who are taking a fresh look at old materials. Part of a generation raised in a world where the continuous production of new objects can … Read more
Art May 14, 2010

The 100 Helmets of The Vader Project

A four year odyssee ends this summer, with The Vader Project winding down in two final events. First, the 100 helmets, conceived by some of the most noted contemporary artists around, arrive in Los Angeles for a 10-day exhibition. Running… Read more
Art Dec 15, 2009

Charles W. Ward: Paintings for the People

Famous for painting the first post office mural (Progress and Industry) for the WPA, Charles W. Ward spent his career depicting laborers in Mexico and his native Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He called his works “paintings for the… Read more
Art May 27, 2009

Viva Mexico! Edward Weston and His Contemporaries

Following the Constitution of 1917, Mexico became a popular destination for foreign artists and intellectuals. The climate and landscape, combined with a low cost of living, provided ideal space for exploration of new ideas. Among the… Read more
Art Apr 9, 2009

Yi Chen Beaut-Esque at Honor Fraser

Born in Beijing, Yi Chen now works and lives in Brooklyn. His paintings meditate on the popular construct of beauty. He is influenced by digital media, fashion spreads, and advertisements. Beaut-Esque opens on April 11, 2009, and brings… Read more
Art Apr 8, 2009

Matt Greene “Pictures of Women”

Matt Greene’s recent work is about finding a space for representational art in contemporary culture. How does our way of seeing fit into the natural world? The artist seeks to find some common ground between the historical form of… Read more
Art Apr 2, 2009

Cai Guo-Qiang “I Want to Believe”

I Want to Believe, the traveling retrospective of Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang, has arrived at the Guggenhiem Bilbao. This is the second stop after New York. Full video tour of the exhibition above. (via SuperTouch). Read more
Art Jan 26, 2009

The Fountain of Giant Teardrops

New work by Neil Ledoux, entitled The Fountain of Giant Teardrops, is now on view at San Francisco’s Silverman Gallery. Ledoux is a native of Louisiana, a student at California College of the Arts, and has been exhibited at the … Read more
Art Jan 25, 2009

Anthony Burrill “Geometry in Nature” | Preview

As mentioned, a new set of work from Anthony Burrill, “Geometry in Nature,” will open January 26, 2009 at Colette. The exhibition showcases specially constructed laser cut plastic artwork that follows along with the title theme. On view… Read more
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