Save the Date (LA): Destroy 7 Heds

Posted by The G on January 4, 2011 under Street Art | Read the First Comment

Photos by G. Art by Destroy All Design and Septerhed, respectively.

Septerhed and Destroy All Design (Top)

Los Angeles!  You’re going to have to attend this art opening and send my regrets that I am in New York unable to make it.

Destroy 7 Heds

Featuring art by Destroy All Design, KH No. 7 and Septerhed.

Opening Reception: January 14th at 7 pm (running through February 17, 2011).


2 Bad! Refresh

The Non Gallery

1228 West 7th Street

Los Angeles, CA 90017

More information can be found here.  The first 20 visitors get a limited edition serigraph!  Color me jealous!

Destroy All Design

Destroy All Design

Here’s the poster:

Summer Group Exhibition at Joshua Liner Gallery

Posted by The G on August 23, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.

Ian Francis - Three People Lose Track of Time in the Financial District of San Francisco

The Joshua Liner Gallery in New York has a cool group exhibition currently showing now through September 2, 2010 that features the work of a diverse group of 23 international artists.  You’ll see work from Cleon Peterson, David Kassan, Dennis McNett, Evan Hecox, Ian Francis, James Roper, Jeremy Fish, Jessica Joslin, Kris Kuksi, Mac, Mi Ju, Mike Davis, Oliver Vernon, Pema Rinzin, Pete Watts, Ryan Bradley, Ryan McLennan, Shawn Barber, SWOON, Tat Ito, Tiffany Bozic, Tomokazu Matsuyama and Tony Curanaj.  I’ve chosen 4 images to share to give you a sample of the works on display, but don’t just settle for pictures, go see this exhibit for yourself.

Kris Kuksi - The Plague Parade - Opus 3

The Summer Group Exhibition at the Joshua Liner Gallery runs until September 2, 2010 and is located at 528 West 28th Street, 3rd Floor.

See two more images after the jump.

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We Care About You by Andy Coolquitt

Posted by The G on June 22, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | Comments are off for this article

Photos by G.  Art by Andy Coolquitt.

We Care About You by Andy Coolquitt at Lisa Cooley in New York. Now through June 27, 2010.

American artist Andy Coolquitt has a cool exhibit that just won’t quit (bad joke, I know – but it’s true) at Lisa Cooley in New York.  The exhibit entitled “We Care About You,” has sculptures made out of pipes, broom handles, discarded lighters, beer bottles, light bulbs, straws and crayons!  In conjunction with the exhibit, a 72-page full color catalog of Andy Coolquitt’s work will be available to make sure you check it out while you are at Lisa Cooley.  “We Care About You” runs through June 27, 2010 and Lisa Cooley is located at 34 Orchard Street (between Hester and Canal).

David Salle – Some Pictures From the 80s

Posted by The G on June 21, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Art by David Salle.

David Salle - Some Pictures from the 80s now showing at the Mary Boone Gallery in NYC through June 26, 2010.

American artist David Salle has a cool exhibition at the Mary Boone Gallery in New York right now called “Some Pictures From the 80s.”  At first glance, it looks like David Salle juxtaposes random images in his canvases, but as you examine his wonderful works closer, you can see that David Salle’s protagonists refuse to conform to the viewer’s narrative expectations.  There are dozens of cool works in this exhibit, many of which are extremely large. I enjoyed this exhibit very much. The Mary Boone Gallery is located at 541 West 24th Street in New York and “Some Pictures from the 80s” runs until June 26, 2010.

See Some (more) Picutres from the 80s by David Salle, after the jump.  The images that follow contain artistic nudity, so if you have a closed mind, you should stop reading this article immediately.

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Richard Prince: T-Shirt Paintings at Salon 94

Posted by The G on June 18, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | Comments are off for this article

Photos by G.  Art by Richard Prince.

Richard Prince: T-Shirt Paintings now showing at Salon 94 in NYC through June 26, 2010.

Controversial artist Richard Prince has an exhibit at Salon 94 in New York called T-Shirt Paintings, the inaugural exhibition at Salon 94 Bowery. This exhibit is a mini-retrospective, spanning 25 years of Prince’s work.  Prince has stretched T-shirts of varying sizes and colors and has painted them in ways that only Richard Prince could.  One of my favorite pieces in the exhibit (which you’ll see a photo of below) is a white shirt with a CD sticker from Led Zeppelin’s “Houses of the Holy” affixed to the center of the piece with a few tiny specks of paint down the right hand side of the shirt.  Sometimes I like simplicity, what can I say.  After this exhibit closes, the gallery will be renovated over the summer and will reopen in September 2010.  Salon 94 is located at 243 Bowery and “T-Shirt Paintings” by Richard Prince runs until June 26, 2010.

See more images (including the Led Zeppelin shirt) after the jump.

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