Posts Tagged ‘art’

TOMMY HILFIGER ART SURFBOARDS BY RAYMOND PETTIBON, SCOTT CAMPBELL, RICHARD PHILLIPS, LOLA SCHNABEL, & GARY SIMMONS

June 18, 2013  |  art, Fashion  |  Comments Off

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Miraculously, the least cool clothing line ever created one of the coolest collabs of the summer (hopefully everyone got paid some serious money to do this) when Tommy Hilfiger teamed up with artists Raymond Pettibon, Scott Campbell, Richard Phillips, Lola Schnabel, and Gary Simmons to produce a line of art surfboards benefiting the venerable Art Production Fund, Read More

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STREET LIFE: ON THE WALL WITH SPACE INVADER AT ART BASEL SWITZERLAND

June 17, 2013  |  art, Streets  |  Comments Off

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OG French 8 bit graffiti phenom Invader might not have had artwork in this year's installment of Art Basel in Switzerland last week, but that didn't keep him from being one of the most seen artists of the show. Have a look: Read More

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FIRST LOOK: D*FACE’S “THE NEW WORLD DISORDER” AT STOLEN SPACE, LONDON

June 12, 2013  |  art, Streets  |  Comments Off

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Always one to embrace chaos & disorder in his work, the latest show from UK Street Art legend & Supertouch buddy D*Face, "The New World Disorder" is his definitive statement on these themes to date. The inaugural show in the venerable Stolen Space gallery's new London space, the exhibition is a tour de force visual spectacle comprising new Lichtenstein-inspired Pop paintings, sculptures featuring vintage battle-damaged military helmets, prints, the Grim Reaper on a motorcycle, and vibrant graffiti pieces showcasing the artist's trademark dry English humor. Read More

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FILM: MOCA TV’S PUNK SERIES DEBUTS WITH BLACK FLAG DOCUMENTARY

June 11, 2013  |  art, Film, Music  |  Comments Off

MoCA TV kicks off its new punk documentary series with a video chronicling the importance of the most influential of all hardcore bands—both musically and visually, Black Flag, with a special focus on the artist behind the band's groundbreaking imagery, Raymond Pettibon. Watch. Now. Read More

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AI WEIWEI DISCUSSES HIS NEW COVER ART FOR TIME MAGAZINE’S CHINA ISSUE

June 11, 2013  |  art  |  Comments Off


When Time Magazine made its feature "How China Sees The World" the cover story of this week's issue, it chose controversial Chinese dissident artist Ai WeiWei to create the amazing image accompanying it. Time's Managing Editor Rick Stengel called the image in support of the article exploring the Communist nation's newfound power and influence a work of “artistic supremacy,” Read More

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INTERVIEW: TAKASHI MURAKAMI FOR “THE CREATORS PROJECT”

June 10, 2013  |  art, Film  |  Comments Off

The notoriously media shy Japanese Pop god Takashi Murakami speaks with the evolving Creators Project at the site of his recent (and incredible) "Arhat" show with Supertouch buddies Blum & Poe in LA...

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LAST LOOK: MICHAEL BEVILACQUA’S “RADIO AMNESIA” AT GERING & LOPEZ, NYC

June 10, 2013  |  art  |  Comments Off

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The extremely multidimensional California artist (he only lives in NYC) Michael Bevilacqua remains one of our favorite painters here at Supertouch and so with one week left on the books at the esteemed Gering & Lopez gallery we implore those with enough good sense and a pocketful of cabfare to catch his current retrospective show, "Radio Amnesia." In this exhibition, the gallery presents a select Read More

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INSIDE THE AMAZING WORLD OF JEFF LADOUCEUR AT ZIEHER SMITH GALLERY, NYC

June 5, 2013  |  art  |  Comments Off

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One of our favorite young artists and part-time Canadian (try not to hold it against him), Jeff Ladouceur is a master of conjuring bizarre & fantastic imaginary worlds with only a pencil and paper. His new exhibition, "Amen," at NYC's Zieher Smith Gallery is a powerhouse show of fantastic imagery, revealing his cartoony, surrealistic scenes populated by ridiculously entertaining characters. Read More

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AI WEIWEI’S “S.A.C.R.E.D.” VENICE BIENNALE INSTALLATION CHRONICLES HIS RECENT IMPRISONMENT

May 30, 2013  |  art  |  Comments Off

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Hot on the heels of last week's release of Ai Weiwei's heavy metal single and music video protesting his recent imprisonment by the Chinese government, the artist cranked up the heat on the ordeal with the debut of his controversial new show "S.A.C.R.E.D," at the Venice Biennale yesterday. The installation is comprised of a series of dioramas encased in iron boxes depicting various scenes from Weiwei's 81-day-long incarceration in 2011 Read More

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FIRST LOOK: SCOTT CAMPBELL’S “THINGS GET BETTER” AT OHWOW GALLERY

May 28, 2013  |  art  |  Comments Off

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Artistic chameleon Scott Campbell wowed an LA crowd with the opening of his new show at OHWOW Gallery in Hollywood last Thursday nite. Optimistically titled "Things Get Better," the focus of the exhibition is a series of 18 beautiful new photorealistic black & white watercolor paintings of homemade tattoo machines that Campbell, perhaps best known until now as a world-class tattoo artist, encountered on previous trips as a visiting tattoo artist in Mexican prisons Read More

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