Photos by G.
Lady Gaga Art Pop
New York Little Monsters! You have mere hours to see a pop-up exhibit of all things ArtPop. Lady Gaga’s new album “ArtPop” dropped this week and to celebrate, she opened a 3 day only exhibit of Gaga ephemera in both New York and Los Angeles.
“Do What U Want” art work
Hanging from the walls are gigantic canvases of the artwork that will feature on upcoming singles.
Lady Gaga and Jeff Koons
Photos of her working with the CD cover artist Jeff Koons also feature throughout the exhibit.
Lady Gaga – Costumes
Many of her costumes are also on display.
“Dope” cover art
The horrifying cover art of “Dope” where Gaga has a creepy looking grill in her mouth can also be seen.
I need you more than dope
Lyrics from “PopArt” are all over the walls of the pop-up space.
Gaga’s “Binary Chair” that was featured in photo shoots is also on exhibit.
Lots of nudity features in the artwork for the singles on this album. Above is Stephen Klein’s photo for “Gypsy.”
If you are fascinated by Jeff Koons’ “Gazing Ball,” you can see photos from his 2013 exhibit of the same name here (link will open in a new window).
The Meat Dress!
The infamous meat dress is on display (though it looks a little bit like beef jerky now).
One Second I’m A Koons Then Suddenly The Koons Is Me
This is possibly the best lyric Gaga has ever had, according2g.
Last, but certainly not least – there is merch for sale! Go ga ga for Gaga at The Lady Gaga ARTPOP Pop Up Store. The exhibit runs from Monday November 11 – Wednesday November 13, from Noon to 9:00 PM Daily! Find it at 417 West 14th Street just West of Ninth Avenue (Near the Apple Store). The Los Angeles exhibit is located at 1538 North Cahuenga Blvd. You can see more NY photos at Worley Gig. Rah rah, oh ma ma!
Photos by G. Art by Kim Gordon.
Pussy Galore / Weak Sisters by Kim Gordon
Fans of Sonic Youth and Kim Gordon that live in the New York area are going to really love her exhibit “Design Office With Kim Gordon – Since 1980” at White Columns. The exhibit showcases many disciplines in Kim Gordon’s art from paintings to sculpture to video installations.
The title of the exhibit references Kim Gordon’s first exhibit at White Columns and this exhibit showcases works created between 1980 and 2013. My favorite piece in the exhibit was a tweet she painted quoting art critic Jerry Saltz, discussing Jeff Koons that says “Pretend Jeff Koons is an artist.” Too funny!
I was fortunate enough to meet Kim Gordon at the opening night reception and she was nice enough to take a picture with me. Thanks Kim!
Kim Gordon and Geoffrey Dicker
“Design Office With Kim Gordon – Since 1980” at White Columns (320 West 13th Street) through October 19, 2013. Entrance is on Horatio Street, between Hudson and 8th Avenue.
Photos by G. Art by Blek Le Rat.
Blek Le Rat
When it comes to street artists, one of the pioneers in the genre is French artist Blek Le Rat. He was spray-painting stencils on the streets when many of today’s street artists were not even sperm. Blek Le Rat has a quite large and very cool exhibit at the Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York at the moment called “Ignorance is Bliss” and if you are interested in street art, this exhibit is a must see.
Blek Le Rat
There are about 30 works in the exhibit and this marks his largest exhibit to date. I’ve joined Instagram and you can see more photos from this exhibit on my Instagram page. I’m “according2g” so please give me a follow. You won’t regret it.
Blek Le Rat (Partial Gallery View)
I was fortunate enough to meet Blek Le Rat at the opening night reception and he was extremely nice! It was an honor to meet the man who was there at the beginning of a genre and is still going strong. Thanks Xavier (aka Blek Le Rat)!
Blek Le Rat and Geoffrey Dicker
“Ignorance is Bliss” by Blek Le Rat is showing at Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York through October 5, 2013.
Photos of Cindy Sherman’s photos by G.
Cindy Sherman at Metro Pictures in New York. Now showing through June 9, 2012.
If you’re a Cindy Sherman fan and you live in New York, this is your lucky year. In addition to a retrospective of her work at the Museum of Modern Art, Metro Pictures in Chelsea is showing some large-scale new works. Here’s a few samples of what you will see. Please excuse the glare on some of these pictures (they are encased in glass).
Metro Pictures is located at 519 West 24th Street in New York.
Photos by G. Art by Ari Lankin.
Lady Gaga by Ari Lankin
New York! Ari Lankin’s latest solo exhibition is now showing at Stumble Upon in New York. I love Ari Lankin’s work so much as he is one of he few artists around these days who is a true master of many styles. If you follow Ari Lankin’s work you’ve surely seen the fascinating videos on his official website where he shows you the process of his works from inception to completion. If you haven’t, the link in that last sentence will open in a new window – so get to clicking! I’ve been fortunate to get to know Ari as a result of this blog and I am so thankful. Ari is a prince of a guy who is both super cool extremely intelligent to talk to.
Emotional Architecture by Ari Lankin
This exhibit is the first time so many styles of his work have been shown in the same exhibit and it’s pretty bad ass to be so young and talented and already be having a retrospective of his work. The exhibit will be up until mid-April, 2012 at Stumble Upon HQ (73 Spring Street between Crosby and Lafayette) in New York by appointment only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to check out this exhibit and I highly recommend it!
New Years Eve by Ari Lankin
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