“Tight Spot” by David Byrne at The Pace Gallery in New York

Posted by The G on September 15, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G. Art by David Byrne.

Partial View of "Tight Spot" by David Byrne. On display at the Pace Gallery in NYC through October 1, 2011

To celebrate the expansion of The Pace Gallery in New York, musician and artist David Byrne is displaying a 2-week only site specific installation called “Tight Spot.” A 48 by 20 foot inflatable globe is underneath the High Line at 508 West 25th Street.  The statement that David Byrne is making is so important for the times we are living in as the world is under massive constraints and is also expanding so fast – who knows what is going to happen?!  A planet and the people contained within it can only take so much pressure before a massive change happens.  The possibilities for good and bad are equally as likely.  Inside the globe are low frequency vibrations created by David Byrne (and made with his voice instead of instruments).  I found “Tight Spot” to be very inspirational serving as yet another wake up call to the people on this planet.  David was in attendance for the opening night reception and he was extremely nice when I spoke with him.  Below is a picture of David Byrne with some friends at the opening of “Tight Spot.”  This exhibit is only on display until October 1, 2011 so you need to act fast to make sure you see it.

David Byrne (center) in front of "Tight Spot"

“Ever After” and “For Now” by Nick Cave

Posted by The G on September 12, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | 2 Comments to Read

Photos by G.  Art by Nick Cave.

Nick Cave - Ever After at Jack Shainman Gallery in NYC (and Mary Boone Gallery) through October 8, 2011

The only thing better than a new exhibit from artist Nick Cave is 2 exhibits by Nick Cave.  New York galleries Jack Shainman and Mary Boone are concurrently running exhbits by Nick Cave. At Jack Shainman Gallery, you’ll see “Ever After” and at Mary Boone, you’ll see “For Now.”  Nick Cave has made a name for himself by designing “soundsuits” made out of various materials.  In these two exhibits, you’ll see everything from hair to kazoos.  You will also be wowed by the technique and the patience it must have taken to put these detailed outfits together.


Nick Cave (at Mary Boone)

“Ever After” shows at Jack Shainman Gallery (located at 513 West 20th Street) in Manhattan through October 8, 2011.

“For Now” shows at Mary Boone Gallery (located at 541 West 24th Street) in Manhattan through October 22, 2011.

See more photos as well as a picture of my encounter with Nick Cave after the jump.

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LA – Save The Date: Ann Magnuson/Kenny Scharf Curate “East Village West”

Posted by The G on August 30, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Comments are off for this article

Photo by G.  Art by Kenny Scharf.

Kenny Scharf

Kenny Scharf

Los Angeles.  Save October 1, 2011.

Royal/T presents East Village West, curated by Ann Magnuson and Kenny Scharf. In official partnership with “Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980,” Magnuson and Scharf highlight and celebrate California pop culture and Hollywood’s influence on New York City’s neo-Dada art movement.East Village West opens October 1, from 6-8pm.
Please RSVP at rsvp@royal-t.org





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Los Angeles – Cyrcle’s “We Never Die” – Save the Date

Posted by The G on August 17, 2011 under Street Art | Comments are off for this article

Photo courtesy of Cyrcle.

Cyrcle - We Never Die (click to enlarge)

Los Angeles!  Yet another great art show you need to attend!

Here’s the 411:

Street art collective Cyrcle will have a solo show called “We Never Die” at Design Matters in Los Angeles (located at 10590.5 West Pico Blvd).  The show runs from August 25 – October 8, 2011.

The opening night reception will be on August 25, 2011 from 7 – 11 PM.

Get on the guest list by RSVPing to events@designmattersla.com

Don’t miss it!

NYC – This Saturday: “In Your Face” by Fumero

Posted by The G on August 11, 2011 under Street Art | Comments are off for this article

Photo by G.  Art by Fumero.

Fumero - In Your Face at 17 Frost Gallery in Brooklyn. Opening night reception August 13, 2011 at 7 PM.

NYC!  You will not want to miss this exhibit.  It’s going to be epic!  Street artist Fumero’s solo art show “In Your Face” will begin on August 13, 2011 at 17 Frost Gallery In Brooklyn (located at 17 Frost Street).  The party begins at 7 PM and will run into the wee hours of the morning, so get ready for a night of great fun!  See you there!

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