“Suggestivism NYC” at Bold Hype Gallery

Posted by The G on May 11, 2012 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

Michael Page

Michael Page

New York!  If you want to see some great and exciting art from 39 extremely talented contemporary artists, head over to Bold Hype Gallery to the exhibit “Suggestivism NYC,” which is curated by Nathan Spoor.

Nathan Spoor

Nathan Spoor

The artists participating in the exhibit are: Annie Owens,  Bob Dob,  Bod Schnider, Brandt Peters, Brendan Monroe, Chandler Wood, Chet Zar, Chris Mars, Christian Van Minnen, Colin Christian, Dan May, Darren Legallo, David Molesk, Eric Richardson, Francesco Locastro, Heidi Taillefer, Heiko Muller, Jason Limon, Jason Maloney, Jeff McMillan, Joe Vaux, Joey Remmers, Julian Callos, Kathie Olivias, Kevin Peterson, Marco Mazzoni, Mia Araujo, Michael Page, Naoto Hattori, Nathan Ota, Nathan Spoor, Nc Winters, Rod Luff, Sandow Birk, Scott Schiedly, Skinner, Thomas Doyle, Tom Bagshaw, Winnie Truong and Yevgeniya Mikhailik.

Eric Eyeball Richardson

Eric Richardson

I loved so many of the works in this exhibit, it was extremely hard to pick a selection of photos for this post, but there is good news if you don’t live in New York – you can download the catalog via Bold Hype‘s website here.  If you are in the area, you have no excuse to not check out this exhibit!

Francesco Lo Castro

Francesco Lo Castro

“Suggestivism NYC” curated by Nathan Spoor runs through June 30, 2012 at Bold Hype Gallery in New York (located at 547 West 27th Street, 5th Floor) in New York.

Skinner

Skinner

 

“Phantom Passport” by Nathan Spoor

Posted by The G on May 13, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Nathan Spoor.

Phantom Passport by Nathan Spoor. Now showing at Bold Hype Gallery in NYC through June 4, 2011.

“Phantom Passport” by Nathan Spoor is now showing at the Bold Hype Gallery in New York.  The Los Angeles based artist has created worlds that you don’t need a passport to enter.  However, I should warn you that once your mind takes a trip to the places Spoor has created, you’re not going to want to come back.  There’s so much going on in every painting and when you see the vivid colors and detail in person, you’ll be wowed.  You never know what to expect in each painting as you’ll find elements of both joy and sorrow in his works.  One thing can be expected though – you’ll be able to stare at each painting for a long time and still discover new elements in them.

Also on display is an exhibit of sculptures called “New Dimensions,” featuring art from Colin Christian, Chet Zar, Martin Wittfooth, Chris Ryniak, Brian Despain, Jason Freeny, Andrew Bell, Doctor A, Jason Limon, Amanda Spayd, Nicole Gastonguay, Douglas Hoffman and Debra Broz.

New Dimensions

New Dimensions at Bold Hype Gallery.

 “Phantom Passport” by Nathan Spoor and “New Dimensions” by Various Artists are now showing at the Bold Hype Gallery (located at 547 West 27th Street, 5th Floor) in New York through June 3, 2011. 

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South Park Art Exhibit at the Opera Gallery, NYC

Posted by The G on March 31, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

He's Bad by Colin Christian

He's Bad by Colin Christian

New York “South Park” fans, you’re going to love what I am about to tell you!  The Opera Gallery in New York (located at 115 Spring Street) is celebrating 15 years of “South Park” being on the air.  15 artists have created “South Park”-themed art and as you can see, this is not an exhibit you should miss.  The artists featured are Ad Hoc Collective, Colin Christian, Sas Christian, Ron English, Mars English, Clark Fox, Naoto Hattori, Kano, Kid Zoom, Kathie Olivas, Greg Craola Simkins, Beau Stanton, Jordan Sotomayor, Trustocorp, Mark Dean Veca, Lindsay Way and Dave White.  The above piece by Colin Christian of Cartman is made out of fiberglass and is enormous!  That’s better than a box of Cheezy Poofs, according2g.

Last Supper In South Park by Ron English

Last Supper In South Park by Ron English

Howdy Ho Jesus by Mark Dean Veca

Howdy Ho Jesus by Mark Dean Veca

The exhibit runs until April 10, 2011.

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