9/25/2021 0 Comments
British artist Tarek Sebastian Al-shammaa launches his first solo exhibition in Los Angeles.
Titled THREE GREEN STARS BUT NO STRIPES, the artist of French and Iraqi descent shares his upbringing and culture that narrates a story line. A man who is looked as the "Prince of Peace" is seen playing a Pungi (flute) that will become joyful and filled with beauty.
The THREE GREEN STARS BUT NO STRIPES exhibition will be available until Oct. 9 in Los Angeles at the New Image Art.
9/25/2021 0 Comments
Based out of Chicago, artist Kayla Mahaffey showcase her solo exhibition in Los Angeles.
Titled Remember the Time, the artist highlights moments in her childhood such as âSummer days, children playing, neighborly love, peaceâ¦quietâ. The paintings brings bright colors and cartoon shapes with memorable childhood items such as Nintendo Gameboy and various dolls.
You can explore Remember the Time by Kayla Mahaffey above and visit the exhibition at Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles.
HOFA Gallery opens up their new exhibition at the London gallery.
Titled "Portrait of the Era", the exhibition is set to be the "world most valuable NFT gallery". The exhibition will feature blue-chip NFT collectibles and digital artwork. The gallery will include the CryptoPunks that is signed by Larva Labs co-founder John Watkinson.
The artwork will estimated over $20 million. "Portrait of the Era" explores the rise of digital art and will be view to the public until October 7. You can check out more information at HOFA's official website!
HVW8 Gallery opens their new exhibition in Berlin.
Entitled "On The Corner", the gallery display the paintings and photographs from artists such as 44 Flavours,Clemens Behr, Alex Flach, Monja Gentschow, Christian Hoosen, John Kleckner, Thomas Marecki, Nikita Teryoshin and Filippos Telesto. The artwork expresses various aspects of life.
"On The Corner" will open to view until October 20 at the HVW8 Gallery in Berlin, Germany.
Art icon Daniel Arsham releases his new Eroded Carrera RS car sculptures.
Based on the classic 1973 Carrera RS 2.7 Touring, the piece comes in Arsham's crystal erosion technique that consist of resin, platinum and aluminum oxide. The New York artist's branded his name on the license plate and a plaque. Only 500 pieces will be produced and released with each sculptures weighting 201 mm in length and 2.8kg in weight.
You can check out Daniel Arsham Eroded Carrera RS on his site!
9/4/2021 0 Comments
Creative agency Brain Dead teams up with artist Michael Decker for their latest exhibition.
Brain Dead opens their new brick-and-mortar on Sunset Blvd. The grand opening was filled with fans surrounding the building. The brand teams up with artist Michael Decker who displayed his art pieces at the store.
Labeled "A Mugs Life", the exhibition is based on an assortment of mugs that are designed on the sculptures.
You can visit the Brain Dead's store and exhibition in Los Angles, CA and on their official site!
Popular artist Banksy is back at the auction with his notorious shredded art piece.
The United Kingdom artist returns to the Sotheby's after his famous Girl with the Balloon artwork was shredded. in 2018. Banksy delivers his new piece titled Love is in the Bin at the auction house. The artwork was brought by anonymous European collector. The painting is being priced for $5.5 million to $8.3 million.
Love is in the Bin will be shown and displayed in Hong Kong, Taipei and New York. The auction at the Sotheby's in London will be available at October 14.
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8/29/2021 0 Comments
Britain well-celebrated artist David Hockney releases his latest paintings at his exhibition.
Titled “David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020”, the artist created 116 paintings on his iPad. David uses the iPad to display and create most of his work of art. The paintings captures the spring blossom by his Normandy home.
The “David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020”, is now available to view at the Royal Academy of Arts until September 26!
French-Algerian artist Neil Beloufa open his new solo exhibition "Digital Mourning" at the Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan.
The exhibition is based off of contemporary society in a digital form. The inspiration comes from video games, reality TV and political propaganda that interact with our daily living.
With curation from Roberta Tenoni, Digital Mourning is hosted at Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan until January 9.
Japanese-American based artist Hiroya Kurata reveal his new exhibition at Over The Influence.
Titled Rudy, the artwork is a visual of Hiroya's memories with family during the pandemic. The name of the exhibit comes from band the song "A Message to You Rudy" by The Specials.
Rudy can now be viewed at Over The Influence from August 21 to October 2!