Archive for the ‘Exhibitions & Events’ Category

No, it wasn’t a scene from Ghostbuster III, it was an Improv Group called Improv Everywhere that took over the Bryant Park Library and did a re-enactment of the movie “Ghost Busters,” and the library knew about it. The performance was part of the library’s campaign to fight against a proposed $37 million budget cut. THIS [...]

DAVID AND VICTORIA BECKHAM HAVE AMASSED AN ART COLLECTION WORTH £30 MILLION David Beckham and his wife, ex-Spice Girl Victoria, have put together a contemporary art collection worth over £30m, according to the UK newspaper The Mirror. The collection, bought over eight years, is apparently “love themed” with paintings, portraits and sculptures by Damien Hirst, [...]

Artist Mita Shiniti’s exhibit “Tenki” at Gallery Speak For in Shibuya, Tokyo, showing sculptures made of reconstructed Nike Dunks sneakers just ended. If you didn’t have the opportunity to see it…here are some photos of the exhibition. I hope he bought stock in Nike.

An orgiastic optical experience awaits anyone who attends Smack Nightclub in Leamington Spa, UK. Check out this LED light show. Wow.

SUPER FLAT ARTIST YOSHITOMO NARA GOES 3D WITH CERAMIC EXHIBIT Yoshitomo Nara unveiled a new series of works at Japan’s Tomio Koyama Gallery on May 16th. This show will be his debut using ceramics, after more than a year’s training at Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park in Shigaraki. Included in the exhibit, are large and small [...]

EXHIBITION ‘KURT’ AT SEATTLE ART MUSEUM Currently running through September 6, 2010, is the exhibition Kurt, at the Seattle Art Museum. About the exhibition: Kurt Cobain symbolized the ideals, aspirations and disappointments of the ’90s generation, and a diverse array of artists have incorporated his image into their work to comment on those issues.

Tom Bagshaw’s Yokai Dreams Solo Art Show is currently running through May 29, 2010 at Knifesmith Gallery in Bristol.


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