Jeremy Geddes x Moon Crane Studio Sculptures – Wilderness & Fury 11
Before space-everything was cool, even as a Sci-Fi fan – Jeremy Geddes’ 2014 print Ascent was mind-blowing and eerily beautiful. There is a…
Ride Snowboards X Trouble Andrew
This limited edition board run features a one-off graphic by artist, snowboard legend and culture icon Trouble Andrew. The Machete board design offers…
THE FUTURA IS HERE
If you missed the opening party of CONSTELLATION, Futura’s solo exhibition, what’s next? How about a one-night-only premiere screening of a 20-minute mini-documentary…
GIB | JEAN JULLIEN
GIB BY JEAN JULLIEN NOW – 18 NOVEMBER, 2018 ARSHAM/FIEG GALLERY, NYC French visual artist Jean Jullien ranks high up on our charts as one…
FEATURED ARTIST | HERAKUT
Circa 2004, HERAKUT is an artist duo from Germany, comprising of HERA + AKUT. We’re absolutely in love with this piece they’ve recently…
PRELUDE | DELPHINE LEBOURGEOIS
DELPHINE LEBOURGEOIS 11 – 28 OCTOBER, 2018 JEALOUS EAST, LONDON French artist and illustrator Delphine Lebourgeois is inspired across contemporary and classical stylistic…
“AMERICA TOO” | MURAKAMI & ABLOH
“AMERICA TOO” 10 – 25 OCTOBER, 2018 GAGOSIAN, BEVERLY HILLS At Gagosian’s L.A outpost,“AMERICA TOO” presents new works by Takashi Murakami and Virgil Abloh.…
Audrey Kawasaki | Enchantress | Open Edition
This is definitely a rare open edition of Audrey Kawasaki most fans of Contemporary and Modern Art fans would like to get their hand on. A Giclée print on Moab Entrada 290gsm Cotton Rag, the pritn measures 18″ x 18″ Including a 1/8″ border – Hand signed by Audrey Kawasaki.
Basquiat: Boom for Real. An Exhibition at Barbican, London.
If you are into Contemporary / Pop / Street Art, it would be surprising if you had never heard or seen the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960—1988). An extensive exhibition on Basquiat is now on at London’s Barbican until 27th January 2018.
Matt Gordon: Happy Sad Song
Have you happy cried before? Matt Gordon illustrates that moment to perfection, especially when it’s a ‘great sad song that brings one joy’. Yes, I’m afraid Life is full of paradoxes, and this is one of them.
COPE2, JUGGERNAUT at Inner State Gallery, 1xRun
Graffiti pioneer COPE2 had returned to Detroit to unleash a powerful new body of work titled JUGGERNAUT at Inner State Gallery. Here, the New York City-based graffiti legend showcased his many styles that have grown to epitomize the early 1980’s subway graffiti era and continued to become one of the most coveted art forms in contemporary art.
Michael Lau Art Exhibition: What? We: Want! in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Artist and Urban Toy Designer Michael Lau is known to be a pioneer in his field. What? We: Want! is his expression on the subject of digital dependency in today’s urban landscape.
Vhils, who pioneered the Scratching the Surface series, comes to Asia
Portuguese artist Vhils, also known as Alexandre Farto (1987) has descended upon Asia’s shores. His groundbreaking carving technique – which forms the basis of the Scratching the Surface series, has been hailed as one of the most compelling approaches to art created in the street in the last decade.
Thinkspace (L.A) – Galimatias by Etam Cru (Sainer & Bezt)
Thinkspace Gallery presents L.A’s 1st exhibition of Etam Cru, in Galimatias. Etam Cru is made up of individual muralists Bezt and Sainer who have transformed facades into walls that speak.
Banksy plants Steve Jobs in a Syrian refugee camp in Calais
Banksy has released a latest body of work bringing awareness to the Syrian refugee crisis. In true Banksy style, the messaging rightly draws attention to the lack of empathy the refugees are facing.
‘Looking in is the only way out’ by Soh Ee Shaun
There is a clarity in the chaos of Soh Ee Shaun’s Art. His spontaneous, non-linear perspective remains in his current solo exhibition “Looking In is the Only Way Out”, running now at Mulan Gallery in Singapore.