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GEORGE CONDO EXHIBIT AT GALERIE JEROME DE NOIRMONT IN PARIS George Condo’s third solo exhibit, representing the past ten years, he has created a whole new group of paintings inspired by by characters from cartoons, 50s and 60s, whereby he mixes cartoons with abstraction.

Last week we told you about Mark Ryden’s Gay 90′s Art Show at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York City and his new limited edition lithograph ‘Incarnation‘. Here is a time lapse video of Mark Ryden at work, bringing ‘Incarnation’ to life.  Amazing!

PETER KOGLER’S INSTALLATIONS AT MITTERAND AND SANZ, ZURICH Peter Kogler has  developed  an  approach  that  involves  a  series  of  recurring  motifs  that create a  mental  landscape.  Ants, brains, globes,  light  bulbs  and  interlacing  designs  offer variations  on  elements  of vocabulary  while  retaining  an  aspect  that  is purified, literally essential. Digitally modelled  then  organised  on  varied [...]

Her name was Lola, she had an art show. Lola’s Fine Art Show to be exact. Lola, born in 1975, considers herself a dreamer who in her own words states “I like to invent, imagine, and execute a place full of space where the world can evolve into a magical copacetic machine, sparing the disintegration [...]

On Thursday, April 1, 2010 at 8:00 am PDT, Porterhouse Fine Art Editions will be offering a new limited edition lithographic poster titled ”Incarnation” by Mark Ryden, for $500. It is one of the new paintings from Mark Ryden’s “The Gay Nineties Show,” which opens Thursday, April 29, 2010, at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York, [...]

When viewing a piece of art, we usually only see a finished product. We either admire it, or we don’t. I really appreciate an artist’s work even more when I have the opportunity to see what exactly went into producing a piece, the process by which they came to their conclusion. A growing trend of [...]

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


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