Kaws ‘Pay the Debt to Nature‘ exhibit is currently running at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin till December 23, 2010. Pay the Debt to Nature The exhibition Pay the Debt to Nature, whose eponymous work shows a man captured and manhandled by Nature, which has reclaimed its rights, unveils a collection of nine paintings including five ‘grisailles’, [...]
Art Water, the bottled water company that embraces design first, presents “Skin the Bottle Competition”, a contest that challenges the deviantART community to make its mark on the company’s water bottle by entering their own designs for the bottle’s label. Three designs will be chosen, one each from the photography, digital art and traditional art [...]
Swiss artist Thomas Hirschhorn ( born 1957, in Bern, Switzerland), is one of the leading artists in the international contemporary art world and gained notoriety in the 1990s with his very labour intensive and space-filling collages made with cheap disposable material. Hirschhorn produces huge sculptures for both major art institutions and non-artistic sites in the [...]
We had the pleasure of attending the opening of ‘din din – An Exhibition of New Work by Jerry Mischak‘ at Industry Gallery last night which was held from 6:30 to 8:30pm in DC. The exhibit consisted of the installation piece dinner table/such a night which is a 36-ft long table with 40 plates, 80 [...]
NEW WORKS OF ART BY GREG “CRAOLA” SIMKINS Greg “Craola” Simkins solo exhibit Storyteller opens tomorrow November 5, 2010 at Gallery 1988. Check out this video from Juxtapoz Magazine on Greg ‘Craola’ Simkins and his creative process.
Josh Keyes Collision exhibition opens November 5 and runs through December 11, 2010 at the David B Smith Gallery. The opening on November 5 from 7pm to 10pm will have Josh Keyes in attendance. Artist and writer Caleb Neelon has written an essay to accompany this show. Ambush Keyes is a widely collected, highly regarded artist with a strong national [...]
MAN, MYTH, AND SENSUAL PLEASURES: JAN GOASSART’S RENAISSANCE AT THE MET Cuurrently on show through January 17, 2011 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is the first major exhibition in forty-five years devoted to the Burgundian Netherlandish artist Jan Gossart (ca. 1478-1532). Man, Myth and Sensual Pleasures: Jan Gossart’s Renaissance brings together Gossart’s paintings, drawings, [...]