Artist Alessandro Botto is currently working on a solo exhibition for May entitled, “Flux”. The exhibition will consist of large-scale paintings and video installation of the process. His work is an exploration of movement and velocity, a means of establishing beauty from disorder and chaos. The architect turned self-taught artist, once based in New York, [...]
What is a dandy? What does he look like? Some say a dandy is a particular person. Others say a dandy is a way of life. The key to finding a dandy lies in the details. There they look at the dandy from every possible angle. Swedish design studio Form Us With Love created the merchandising/interior [...]
Self-taught painter and renowned British ‘street’ artist Adam Neate has a new exhibition at Elms Lester Painting Rooms. With a very distinctive style, his ’3D’ paintings look like a modern remix of Dali, Bacon and Picasso. Neat’s used to give away his work to friends and donate it to charity shops, until he realized
French Photographer Sacha Goldberger, may have tapped into a new form of therapy when he convinced his 91-year-old Hungarian grandma suffering from depression to pose as a superhero for him in a series called Super Mamika. Her reluctance, turned euphoria as the camera started rolling, has made this granny a
One of the most prolific and recognizable artists alive today, Ron English just opened his latest exhibition at the Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion (California) entitled Status Factory with a surreal assemblage of over 100 artworks by the artist. This highly interactive exhibition traces the arc of English’s most ambitious themes across mediums.
Costa Rican artist fabrizio Arrieta is launching his latest ‘el placer de lo inesperado‘ exhibition on November 18th at the Diablo Rosso gallery, in Panama City. On display are a series of paintings depicting his ‘cut + paste’ reinterpretations of elements from the realm of fashion in today’s abundant visual culture.
Austrian-born artist Erwin Wurm introduces his new ‘Gulp’ exhibition at the Lehmann Maupin gallery (NY) – In ‘Gulp‘ Wurm introduces the theme of the social envelope – clothing, food, furniture, cars, houses – in order to annotate the fragility of both the individual and collective identity behind it. Wurm uses these items as personifications of
Graffiti artist and Original Fake label owner Kaws chose Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin to showcase his latest work. Like his drawings of The Simpson’s (Kimpsons), this time the artist presents a set of several new paintings inspired by Sponge Bob.
Known for being the costume designer and co-creator of Borat, Ali G and Bruno – Jason Alper, is also a great artist. He mixes fine art with luxury and turns logos into high art on oil painted canvas. His latest exhibition “Proletarian Drift and the Enfranchisement of the Bourgeoisie” was
Based on the work of the American choreographer Loïe Fuller (1862-1928) and the Lumiere brothers movie clip of the dance, Elin Hansdottir’s ‘Trace’ project is full of colors, movements and joy. “…it is not, what you see, but how you see it, that counts”, wrote Loïe Fuller in her notebook… Watch video below
Chilean artist Livia Marin became famous in the art world by creating these amazing porcelain ‘Broken things’. She is now coming back with a new show at House of Propellers called Nature Morte, in which she explores restoration in 2D and 3D and repair of modest historic objects.
Do you remember the amazing pattern collages by Hormazd Narielwalla ? Well if you happen to be in London (oct 15th to nov 15th), you should definitely go by his new exhibition”Hat Parade” at Bernstock Speirs. Narielwalla’s fascination with pattern blocks has