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Lu Xinjian Depicts Shanghai’s Vibrant Cityscape

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 27, 2013
Advancing his City DNA series, Chinese artist Lu Xinjian moves from painting his unique cityscape depictions to creating a vibrant fluorescent light installation. Using Google Earth imagery as a blueprint, the artist reimagines an aerial view of Shan...

Keith Haring “Ephemera, 1979-1990″ Online Exhibition @ Gallery98

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 24, 2013
Keith Haring never really had aspirations to create timeless pieces of art. His works often favored a sense of spontaneity intending to provoke certain basic emotions when viewed and understood. Yet since his death, Haring’s signature use of lines an...

“This Is Not A Toy” Exhibition by Design Exchange Co-Curated by Pharrell Williams

LifestyleComments ⋅ Dec 16, 2013
Canadian non-profit museum Design Exchange has tapped cultural icon Pharrell Williams in an effort to launch a brand new exhibition exploring the art movement of “urban vinyl.” Co-curated by Williams in conjunction with John Wee Tom and D...

Daniel Arsham Explains His “FUTURE RELIC” Project at Design Miami/ 2013

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 3, 2013
With a film premiere and limited-edition release slated for the weeks ahead, December will undoubtedly cap off an eventful year for New York-based artist Daniel Arsham. Ahead of his upcoming stint at Design Miami/ 2013 – his “FUTURE RELIC...

Banksy Launches “Back to the Roots” Residency in Paris?

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 2, 2013
After a successful month-long exhibition in New York that commanded the attention of blogs and bystanders alike, Banksy is set to begin a similar residency in Paris – “Back to the Roots.” While official details are sparse, a new website h...

Damien Hirst and Felix Gonzales-Torres “Visual Candy” Installation

ArtsComments ⋅ Nov 24, 2013
In a bid to compare similarities in the way both artists use ‘Candy’ as a theme, Blain|Southern gallery is holding an exclusive exhibition showcasing archival works from the late Felix Gonzales-Torres and Britain’s Damien Hirst. The...

Aitor Throup “Reflection / Redemption” Installation @ H. Lorenzo LA

StyleComments ⋅ Nov 18, 2013
In continued promotion of the highly-anticipated New Object Research line, Aitor Throup has kicked off an installation at high-end retailer H. Lorenzo in Los Angeles. The clothier can now count New Object Research alongside the likes of Damir Doma an...

NOWHERE / A Bathing Ape Present: BAPELAND Exhibition Recap

StyleComments ⋅ Nov 10, 2013
NOWHERE and A Bathing Ape present “BAPELAND,” an exhibition held in NIGO’s former home and studio in Tokyo. Considered the heart and soul of the brand, NIGO’s former studio served as a repository for the vast trove pop-culture...

Kehinde Wiley “The World Stage: Jamaica” Exhibition @ Stephen Friedman Gallery

ArtsComments ⋅ Nov 1, 2013
New York-based contemporary painter Kehinde Wiley brings his strong style of portraiture overseas, presenting for the first time on UK soil at Stephen Friedman Gallery. His “The World Stage: Jamaica” exhibition features new paintings in h...

Daniel Arsham “#YESTERDAYSFUTURES” Exhibition @ Espace Louis Vuitton Singapore

StyleComments ⋅ Oct 31, 2013
Famed New York-based Daniel Arsham follows up on the project unveiled this summer with Pharrell, expanding on the aesthetic to promote his work worldwide. After shows in Amsterdam and London, Arsham jetted to Singapore to present his “#YESTERDA...

NOWHERE / A Bathing Ape Presents: BAPELAND Exhibition

LifestyleComments ⋅ Oct 18, 2013
BAPE continues its celebration of the 20th anniversary of NOWHERE / A Bathing Ape with yet another special exhibition and release. Set to hit A Bathing Ape’s BAPELAND, the exhibition will once again pay homage to the past two decades of A Bathi...

Banksy Gets Sentimental for Latest Installment of “Better Out Than In”

ArtsComments ⋅ Oct 7, 2013
After unveiling both a truck-set installation and “Rebel Rocket Attack” video over the weekend, Banksy elected to go back to his graffiti roots for day seven of his New York “street residency” “Better Out Than In.” Tagging a w...

Banksy Reveals the Third Installment of “Better Out Than In” in New York’s Midtown

ArtsComments ⋅ Oct 3, 2013
Banksy has unveiled the third work from his self-described “street residency” in New York, “Better Out Than In.” After hitting Chinatown and Manhattan’s West Side on days one and two, day three sees the controversial str...

Todd James “Business as Usual” @ Galeria Javier Lopez

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 27, 2013
Known for his album artwork for the Beastie Boys in addition to recent installations for Miley Cyrus’s controversial performance, Todd James’s latest offering sees his second solo show in Spain’s Galeria Javier Lopez. Titled Busines...

Hajime Sorayama Solo Exhibition at AISHONANZUKA Gallery

ArtsComments ⋅ Aug 17, 2013
Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama, best known for his metallic-infused and subtly erotic paintings, is taking to Hong Kong for his first solo exhibition. Having graduated from the Chubi Central Art School in Tokyo in 1969 and steadily expanding his fol...