Photos by G. Art by Holton Rower.
Do not adjust your eyes! In a mind bending and visually stimulating exhibit, Holton Rower’s “Focus Paintings” at The Hole NYC will take your brain on a trip. His “pour paintings” are a great amalgamation of the work of Linda Benglis, Damien Hirst and Gerhard Richter.
You will find yourself wanting to stare at these paintings for a long time, so be sure to allow yourself a nice window with which to do so when you visit The Hole.
“Focus Paintings” by Holton Rower is showing at The Hole NYC (located at 312 Bowery) in Manhattan through June 20, 2013.
Photos by G. Art by Adam Green.
Adam Green “HouseFace” now showing at The Hole NYC through August 25, 2012.
Singer and artist Adam Green has a new exhibit called “Houseface” at The Hole NYC and if you like Green’s music or art, you’re in for a treat. As the title of the show suggests, Adam has created a house out of art inside the walls of the gallery in a multi-media presentation which features painting, sculpture and Adam’s infamous movie “The Wrong Ferrari,” shown on a continuous loop in one of the galleries.
Art by Adam Green
The opening night reception was super crowded and filled with many of Adam Green’s famous friends including Macaulay Culkin (see spy photo after the jump), Har Mar Superstar, Dev Hynes and members of the band Real Estate.
Adam Green at HouseFace
See a couple more pix after the jump.
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Photos by G. Art by FriendsWithYou.
🙂 by FriendsWithYou. Now showing at The Hole NYC through August 6, 2011
FriendsWithYou are all the rage right now in New York. They have an installation at the newly opened Section Two of the Highline Park in Chelsea, filled with blow up figures (similar to what you’ll see in the second photo) as well as a new exhibit entitled “:)” at The Hole NYC. The Hole has just moved to its new location in the Lower East Side, so be sure to make note that the address is 312 Bowery. This is the first solo exhibit by the Miami duo and heavy hitters in the art world such as Fab 5 Freddy and Kenny Scharf came to the opening night reception. As you can see, the art is inspired to draw a smile to your face. Did it work?
🙂 by FriendsWithYou is showing until August 6, 2011.