Photos and words by G. Art by Various Artists.
Spring has arrived in New York (thank god!) and now that you can leave your dwelling without wearing 10 layers and still freezing your ass off, take yourself on an art adventure! Here’s a handful of exhibits you should see, According to G.
David Shrigley by David Shrigley at Anton Kern Gallery, located at 532 West 20th Street. Now showing through May 23, 2015.
Beau – Mechanical Shark Week
“Mechanical Shark Week” by BEAU at Ami Li Projects, located at 66 Mott Street in Chinatown through June 3, 2015.
Cecily Brown at Maccarone
“The English Garden” by Cecily Brown at Maccarone, located at 98 Morton Street through June 20, 2015.
Ron English “Baby Hulk” Mural Bowery and Houston
Ron English’s “Baby Hulk” Mural at the corner of Bowery and Houston. Ongoing (at least until June, 2015) and viewable 24/7.
Closeup of “Baby Hulk” by Ron English. Click to enlarge!
Click on the photo to see all the awesome (and hilarious detail).
Christopher Wool at Luhring Augustine (Chelsea exhibit pictured)
Christopher Wool at Luhring Augustine. Located at 531 West 24th Street in Manhattan and 25 Knickerbocker Ave., Brooklyn. Through June 20, 2015.
Yayoi Kusama – Give Me Love
“Give Me Love” by Yayoi Kusama at David Zwirner, located at 519 & 525 West 19th Street through June 13, 2015.
Brancusi: Pioneer of American Minimalism (Featuring historically significant works by Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Ryman and Frank Stella), at Paul Kasmin Gallery located at 515 West 27th Street until July 10, 2015.
The Luminous Poem by Airan Kang
“The Luminous Poem” by Airan Kang at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, located at 505 West 24th Street through June 13, 2015.
The Whitney Museum. Now Located in the Meat Packing District. Photo by Gail Worley.
The Whitney Museum, now located at 99 Gansevoort Street in New York.
Spring 2015 Tulips
Photos by G. Art by Walton Ford.
Walton Ford – Watercolors (Partial Gallery View)
Head over to Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York to see the latest exhibit from Walton Ford entitled “Watercolors.” Even if you are not really into art, you might recognize Walton Ford’s art as he recently provided the artwork for the 50th Anniverary of the Rolling Stones’ greatest hits collection “Grrr!”
Walton Ford – Watercolors
There was a lot of glare (and a really crowded gallery), so these photos are not the greatest, but the good news is, you can see these works in person at Paul Kasmin Gallery (located at 293 Tenth Avenue) in Chelsea. “Watercolors” by Walton Ford is on display through June 21, 2014.
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Photos by G. Art by David LaChapelle.
If you are a fan of the surrealistic photographs of David LaChapelle (not to be confused with the comedian whose name is similar but not and it’s unbelievable how many people mix the two up), you will also enjoy his latest exhibit “Land Scape” at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York.
The sites depicted in this exhibit are of gas stations and refineries and when you take a closer look, you will see that the objects that make up these structures are soda cans, straws and other items that typically spend more time on this planet in land fills than being useful items.
As always with Lachapelle’s works, the photos are very large and really must be seen in person to grasp detail of each work. The opening night party was filled with LaChapelle’s admirers from Amanda Lepore to artist Mark Ryden. It was quite a scene.
Despite being pretty mobbed, David LaChapelle was extremely nice to everyone and even posed for a photo with yours truly. Thanks David!
David LaChappelle and Geoffrey Dicker 2014
David LaChapelle’s “Land Scape” will be on view through March 1st, 2014 at Paul Kasmin Gallery, Located on the corner of Tenth Avenue and 27th Street.
Photos by G. Art by Taner Ceylan.
Good news and bad news. The good news is Taner Ceylan’s exhibit “The Lost Paintings Series” at the Paul Kasmin Gallery was extremely cool. The bad news is, I caught the exhibit on it’s final day so you will have to rely on online images or wait for the next Taner Ceylan exhbit to see his works in person.
Taner Ceylan partial gallery view
Taner Ceylan’s paintings look like photographs and in this particular exhibit, you will see images that surely offend the closed-minded. The characters in the paintings are often found doing acts that might be considered too taboo for the cultures they come from. As you are aware, a big eff you to squashing people’s inherent nature ranks extremely high in my book.
Photos by G. Art by Ian Davenport.
Not much needs to be said about “Colorfall” by Ian Davenport which is showing at Paul Kasmin Gallery (located at 293 Tenth Avenue) because the works can speak for themselves. If you love geometric, mind-bending and extremely colorful paintings as I do, you will not want to miss this exhibit. However, if that ain’t your bag baby, then you probably won’t get that much enjoyment out of “Colorfall.” Read more about the exhibit here.