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The curious paintings of Travis Louie can now been seen until the end of May 2011 at Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle at The Creature Show. Grounded in Victorian and Edwardian times, artist Travis Louis’s paintings provide us with a world where creatures and man coexist. Each painting a black and white photograph into [...]

SARAH FROST ARSENAL EXHIBITION AT PPOW Sarah Frost’s first solo exhibition Arsenal is currently on show at PPOW Gallery in New York City. Frost recently discovered and focused her attention on a community of boys who self-publish instructional YouTube videos for making paper guns. Learning this craft, Frost has amassed a comprehensive arsenal – from [...]

PHILIP TAAFE FIRST SOLO SHOW IN LONDON ‘PAINTINGS 2009-2011′ AT GAGOSIAN GALLERY An exhibition of new paintings by Philip Taaffe, titled Paintings 2009 – 2011, is currently running at the Gagosian Gallery, his first ever solo exhibition in London. Taaffe’s paintings are the slow product of wide-ranging meditations on the interrelation of forms and images in [...]

SPACE, ABOUT A DREAM EXHBITION AT KUNSTALLE WEIN Outer space is not only a physically extending sphere, but also a symbol: for centuries, man’s dreams and visions have been concerned with conquering the “extraterrestrial zone,” with getting to know worlds  beyond Earth, and even with colonizing other planets. “Space is the Place,” proclaimed the musician Sun [...]

Skylar Fein’s recent work titled Black Lincoln for Dooky Chase will be on view at the Brooklyn Museum through August 2011 as the centerpiece of an installation including related works from the permanent collection. In Fein’s 2010 work he overlays a silhouette portrait of Abraham Lincoln on a panel created to resemble an old wall menu [...]

The Joy of Living exhibition is currently showing at Somerset House in London through March 21st and is spearheaded by designer Max Fraser. Max lost his mother in 2008 to cancer and wanted to progress mankind in it’s quest to cure the disease. In his bid to raise £50,000 for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres, he asking over 100 designers, both [...]

Opening this Saturday, March 12, 2011 at the Robert Berman Gallery is the Street N’ Low group show, a select overview of some of the forerunners of the street/graffiti art movement and the new contemporary movement. Highlights of the exhibition include works by Robert Williams, an original panel from the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (SF) [...]


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