Posts Tagged ‘art’

Emily Mae Smith’s Tesla Girls at Galerie Rudolph Janssen

October 19, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on Emily Mae Smith’s Tesla Girls at Galerie Rudolph Janssen

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In Christopher Priest’s 1995 novel The Prestige, scientist Nikola Tesla enters the plot and builds a machine that is intended to Read More

Must-See Show: Os Gemeos’ Silence of the Music at Lehmann Maupin, NYC

October 5, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on Must-See Show: Os Gemeos’ Silence of the Music at Lehmann Maupin, NYC

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For their debut solo show with the esteemed Lehmann Maupin gallery in NYC, Brasilian wonder twins Os Gemeos (aka: Read More

First Look Madsaki Channels Takashi Murakami & Scarface at Hidari Zingaro, Tokyo

September 1, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on First Look Madsaki Channels Takashi Murakami & Scarface at Hidari Zingaro, Tokyo

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One of the most exciting young artists working in Japan today, the painter known only as Madsaki revels in his low-fi deconstructionist Read More

Art & Commerce | Andrew Jeffrey Wright Is Only In It For The Money At The Hole NYC

August 26, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on Art & Commerce | Andrew Jeffrey Wright Is Only In It For The Money At The Hole NYC

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Everybody knows the art world is a glorified ATM machine & artist Andrew Jeffrey Wright has spent the past 15 years as a Read More

Art History | FBF: Remembering Andy Warhol & Basquiat’s 1984 Olympics Collab

August 19, 2016  |  Art, Culture  |  Comments Off on Art History | FBF: Remembering Andy Warhol & Basquiat’s 1984 Olympics Collab

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It’s widely known that Pop Art impresario AndyWarhol and his downtown protege Jean-Michel Basquiat created an Read More

First Look | Director Guillermo Del Toro is At Home With Monsters at LACMA

August 3, 2016  |  Art, Culture  |  Comments Off on First Look | Director Guillermo Del Toro is At Home With Monsters at LACMA

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Master genre film director & all-around cinematic auteur Guillermo Del Toro has inspired a legion of Read More

Cantor Gallery’s New Artmojis are the Antidote to Kimojis

July 28, 2016  |  Art, Tech  |  Comments Off on Cantor Gallery’s New Artmojis are the Antidote to Kimojis

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Now that emojis have taken over our communication and threaten to replace the written word entirely within a generation, Read More

Sculptor Patricia Piccinini Creates the only Human Designed to Survive a Car Crash

July 28, 2016  |  Art, Culture  |  Comments Off on Sculptor Patricia Piccinini Creates the only Human Designed to Survive a Car Crash

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Australian artist Patricia Piccinini is renowned for her hyperrealistic silicone humanoid sculptures that have inspired Read More

Olafur Eliasson Builds a Waterfall at the Palace of Versailles

July 18, 2016  |  Art, Culture  |  Comments Off on Olafur Eliasson Builds a Waterfall at the Palace of Versailles

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Following in the footsteps of artists before him like Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami, and Anish Kapoor, Danish artist Olafur Eliasson Read More

Geoff McFetridge Listens Quietly at V1 Gallery, Copenhagen

June 22, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on Geoff McFetridge Listens Quietly at V1 Gallery, Copenhagen

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For his latest exhibition at Copenhagen’s V1 Gallery, The Quiet of Not Listening, LA’s Geoff McFetridge further explores his iconic Read More