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Dave Kinsey’s “The Z Project” Mural Transforms Old Parking Garage

ArtsComments ⋅ Oct 3, 2014
After his work was displayed at the Library Street Collective gallery just earlier this week, Dave Kinsey continues his Detroit residency-of-sorts with a new mural. The Michigan metropolis, currently in an infrastructural renaissance, still plays hom...

Dave Kinsey “Cushion of Memory” Exhibition @ Library Street Collective Preview

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 20, 2014
Renowned California-based contemporary artist Dave Kinsey is set to make his way to Detroit this month to open a brand new solo exhibition at the Motor City’s Library Street Collective. Entitled “Cushion of Memory” and previewed her...

Quintin Co. Presents: ‘My Name Is…’ with Patrick Martinez

ArtsComments ⋅ May 22, 2014
Quintin Co. presents the second installment of its My Name Is… series, this time highlighting fellow Angeleno Patrick Martinez. Offering a look inside the artist’s Los Angeles studio while gleaning some reflections from Martinez himself,...

Seven Banksy Works Removed from Public Walls; To Be Auctioned Off

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 27, 2014
It’s easy to forget that Banksy’s art didn’t exactly come to prominence in the gallery circuit, but rather established a reputation on the streets. Despite all the accolades and popular collaborations, much of Banksy’s work st...

Wes Lang “The Studio” @ ARoS Museum

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 30, 2014
Last week we previewed Wes Lang’s “The Studio” collection at Denmark’s ARoS museum, and now we have a full look at the exhibit and its featured works. Including 60 pieces throughout Lang’s career, the showcase also shared a lo...

Rino Stefano Tagliafierro Brings Master Paintings to Life

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 24, 2014
From the Renaissance through the Romantic age, the end goal of many master painters was often to transport the audience into a realm of imagination. Equal parts fiction and reality, the masters sought to create planes as – if not more – beautiful tha...

Marcey Hawk Uses Her Breasts to Make Artwork

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 2, 2014
Inspired by seeing a performance artist roll around on a sheet covered in paint, Marcey Hawk adapted the approach by using only her breasts, paint and canvas in her artistic endeavors. Derived from five different methods in which she paints with her...

LA Artist Alex G Reinterprets SSENSE’s Favorite Garments

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 12, 2013
Creating a bridge between two distinct artistic realms, Los Angeles-based artist Alex G has released his “Fabrications” series for fashion essential SSENSE, which pulls from the retailer’s favorite garments of the season and turns t...

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...

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...

Neorealist Painter Liu Xiaodong Stars in Half Street Documentary

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 27, 2013
Chinese pioneering artist Liu Xiaodong recently appeared in a documentary called “Half Street,” which follows him during his time in London where he spent six weeks in residency creating works for two pubs and a restaurant, all leading up...

Jose Parla “Wounds and Traces of Painting” Interview

ArtsComments ⋅ Aug 27, 2013
It’d be hard to walk down an urban side street and not be reminded of Jose Parla’s work. After all, the Miami-born artist strives to emulate those abandoned city walls, plastered with layers of old wheat paste bills and faded paint. Creat...

Kenny Scharf “Pop Renaissance” @ Honor Fraser Gallery

ArtsComments ⋅ Aug 15, 2013
Known for creating fun-loving art illustration with nods at pop culture, Los Angeles painter Kenny Scharf takes his chromatic styles to the Honor Fraser gallery. Titled Pop Renaissance, the exhibition splits into two separate rooms, showcasing the ar...

Dan Witz “Mosh Pits” Paintings

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 12, 2012
Chicago native Dan Witz delves into a realm characterized by hyper realism and photo-quality paintings with his latest experimental series. At first look it’s quite easy to assume Witz’s latest “Mosh Pits” Paintings are photog...

Ron English: The Popaganda Dunny

VideosComments ⋅ Sep 7, 2011
Last month, Ron English made an appearance at the Kidrobot flagship in New York City. Taking the time to meet with fans and do a live painting session on a massive Dunny, we took a few minutes to speak with the artist. English praises the development...