RODNEY GLICK’S EVERYONE AT RYAN RENSHAW GALLERY For the past 24 months Glick International has been working on a project titled ‘Everyone’ and the resulting artwork is a series of digital prints, carved wooden and gilded bronzed sculptures highlighting people as ‘Gods’. They are portraits of adults and children in everyday western clothes adopting poses [...]
The opening reception for Buff Monster’s Beyond The Pink Show at the Corey Helford Gallery in Culvert City, Ca is September 4th and the show runs through September 22, 2010. This will be his fourth solo exhibit at the gallery. These new paintings are inspired by his recent trip to Europe.
EDVARD MUNCH: MASTER PRINTS EXIBITION AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART In this exhibition, the National Gallery of Art brings together nearly 60 of Munch’s most important prints to show how his persistent experimentation and virtuosic handling of woodcut, lithography, and intaglio endowed different impressions of his primary motifs with new meanings.
DANIEL RICHTER ‘SPAGOTZEN’ EXHIBITION AT GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC Under the title Spagotzen, a neologism coined by the artist, the exhibition comprises fifteen works showing mysterious figures bathed in an artificial light typical of Richter, against a sometimes seismographically linear background. They seem like actors on a stage, engaged in strange kinds of interaction.
SALVADOR DALI’S MUSTACHE FOUND ON DELTA FLIGHT In celebration of the High Museum Art of Atlanta’s new exhibition, “Dalí: The Late Work,” Delta has decked out a 757 plane with a Salvador Dalí-esque mustache. The plane, which went into service yesterday, will fly domestically. The High invites travelers who spot or ride on the plane to [...]
Does Disney own the world? Okay so maybe the headline is a little glorified, but perhaps North America? What does it say about our state of media when one company has a stake in so many arenas? Does the flow of information and entertainment become skewed? Here is a list of companies that Disney owns. [...]
Starting this Sunday, if you glance through the foliage of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden, you just might see the toes of a gigantic, upside-down appendage stretching three or four stories high into the palm fronds of the park’s many trees. If you go inside, you’ll find two dozen 30- to 45-foot-tall inflatable sculptures that [...]