Posts Tagged ‘Sculpture’

ROCK OF AGES | XAVIER VEILHAN “MUSIC” AT GALERIE PERROTIN, NYC

March 31, 2015  |  art  |  No Comments

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Wrapping up next week at Galerie Perrotin in NYC is French multimedia artist Xavier Veilhan's Music, featuring an impressive array of wood sculptures depicting Veilhan's favorite music producers. Known primarily for his figurative works, Xavier Veilhan has developed his own formal vocabulary, often reinterpreting classical sculptural and architectural elements with the aid of high technology. Read More

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FIRST LOOK | DANIEL ARSHAM “REMEMBER THE FUTURE” AT THE CAC, OHIO

March 24, 2015  |  art  |  No Comments

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Cleveland-born art star in the making Daniel Arsham has returned to the motherland for the grandest exhibition of his nascent career to date, the newly-opened survey, Remember the Future at the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center (CAC). From collaborations with artists Pharrell and Read More

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LAST LOOK | RON ARAD “IN REVERSE” AT PAUL KASMIN GALLERY, NYC

March 10, 2015  |  art, Design  |  Comments Off

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Iconic Israeli artist, designer, and architect Ron Arad's sculptural installation In Reverse only has a few days left in residence at Paul Kasmin Gallery in NYC before it closes on March 14,  but it's well worth the trip. Featuring an incredible array of six of Arad’s “Pressed Flower” sculptures made up of compressed Fiat 500s in varying colors mounted on the Read More

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FIRST LOOK | DANIEL ARSHAM “WELCOME TO THE FUTURE” AT LOCUST PROJECTS, MIAMI

November 20, 2014  |  art  |  Comments Off

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For his newest installation, the prophetically-titled Welcome to the Future at Miami's Locust Projects, NYC-based Daniel Arsham has transformed the gallery into an excavation site, digging a trench in the gallery’s poured concrete floor that now holds Read More

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BEST IN SHOW | TAKASHI MURAKAMI “IN THE LAND OF THE DEAD, STEPPING ON THE TAIL OF A RANBOW” AT GAGOSIAN NYC

November 18, 2014  |  art  |  Comments Off

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The magnificent culmination of nearly a decade of work, Japanese Pop Art master Takashi Murakami's new exhibition In the Land of the Dead, Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow, which has just opened its doors at Gagosian Gallery in NYC, is his most profound Read More

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OPENINGS | FAILE “NEW WORKS ON WOOD: PROCESS, PAINTING, & SCULPTURE” AT ALLOUCHE GALLERY, NYC

November 17, 2014  |  art, Streets  |  Comments Off

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Brooklyn-based street/fine art collective Faile (aka: Patrick McNeil & Patrick Miller) debuted a stunning new exhibition in NYC over the weekend when their new Works on Wood: Process, Painting, & Sculpture show opened its doors at Allouche Gallery in SoHo on Saturday. Read More

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FIRST LOOK | BARRY McGEE & CLARE ROJAS AT GALLERIA ALESSANDRA BONOMO, ROME

November 13, 2014  |  art, Streets  |  Comments Off

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San Francisco street art legend Barry McGee (aka: Twist, aka: Twisto, aka: Ray Fong) has teamed up with his wife Clare Rojas (aka Peggy Honeywell)  for this eponymous show of new work at Rome's Galleria Alessandra Bonomo that sees the duo combining their different styles into one project through a diverse array of paintings, works on paper, photographs, and Read More

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ON EXHIBIT | DZINE’S GHOST BIKE SCULPTURE AT THE ROCKFORD ART MUSEUM

October 15, 2014  |  art, Culture  |  Comments Off

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Since 2012, nearly 5,000 Americans have died in automobile-related collisions. The first "ghost bikes"—bicycles painted white and stationed at intersections where cycling fatalities occurred—were created in St. Louis, Missouri in 2003, sparking a movement that has seen the creation of hundreds of ghost bike Read More

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STREET LIFE |MARLBOROUGH CHELSEA’S MASSIVE “BROADWAY MOREY BOOGIE” PUBLIC SCULPTURE PROJECT IN NYC

October 8, 2014  |  art, Streets  |  Comments Off

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Broadway Morey Boogie, a massive public art project on the streets of NYC by Marlborough Chelsea featuring large-scale sculptures by Dan Colen, Tony Matelli, Devin Troy Strother, Lars Fisk,  Drew Heitzler, Matt Johnson,  Paul Druecke,  Davina Semo, and Sarah Braman, borrows its title from Read More

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ON EXHIBIT | MARC QUINN’S MONUMENTAL YOGA KATE MOSS SCULPTURE IN SINGAPORE

October 3, 2014  |  art  |  Comments Off

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British artist Marc Quinn's 2006 series of Kate Moss sculptures remains a perennial favorite moment in the sculptor's oeuvre here at Supertouch. Currently, one of the most formidable examples of everyone's favorite supermodel in an Read More

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