Every year Red Bull hosts an Art Design Contest/Exhibition in which chosen artists from all over the world are asked to create original works of art using only Red Bull cans aptly named Red Bull Art of Can. This year’s event took place March 4th-14th 2009 in Miami, FL and is coming to The Gallery on [...]
Columbia University currently has an online exhibit of essayist and avant-garde novelist William S. Buroughs (1914-1997), who scribed The Naked Lunch, Junky, and Queer, titled ‘Naked Lunch’: The First Fifty Years.
Rosson Crow’s exhibition “Bowery Boys” of large-scale oil paintings explores the history of “bad boys” in underground art and as an agent of culture in New York City. The exhibit at Deitch Projects closes on March 27th so if your in the Big Apple see it while you can. Rosson Crow, The Pop Shop, 2010
FIRST SKETCHES OF POPE BENEDICT XVI REVEALED After being compared by the pope to Raphael, artist Michael Triegel has been commissioned to paint the pontiff’s portrait. Martin Triegel and Pope Benedict XVI in Rome
HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP THAT IS GOOD FOR YOU Christopher Chiappa’s High Fructose Corn Syrup’ exhibit (his first solo show in eight years) is currently showing now through April 10th at the Kate Werbie Gallery in New York City.
To continue on with another music related post…here is a song might be older than the sun, but we recently came across it and took notice. (Thanks satellite radio!) Spacey, with a bit of an edge, ‘Higher Than The Sun’ is great to chill out to. The song is off their 1991 album “Screamadelica”, Primal [...]
We had the pleasure of attending the Sixth Annual Coral Spring Festival of the Arts this past weekend. Taking place at The Walk, the proceeds from the Festival benefit the Coral Springs Museum of Art and other nonprofit qualifying artistic endeavors within the community. For all of you not familiar with Coral Springs, it is a city [...]