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Albert Reyes "Made in America"
Albert Reyes's new exhibition at Slow Culture, "Made in America" features an immersive experience of 500+ works and various multimedia installations which includes a custom haunted house. During a time of uncertainty and instability, Albert’s work presents a unique insight into the world’s current state of affairs. With a expansive career having shown in various galleries and museums, this collection of work is a retrospective look into the artists ever evolving career.August 16, 2016
"Better Habits" @ Athen B Gallery
Oakland based artist Lauren Napolitano along with the UK's David Bray and Word To Mother have come together to create a wondrous and folksy illustrative dream world in their collaborative group exhibition "Better Habits". Athen B. studio artist, Lauren Napolitano has been evolving a new body of work with a rich color palette inspired by her residency in Tulum, Mexico. David Bray's graphic lines and witty play on words create stripped-down compositions rich in symbolism. Layers of wash and textured abstraction mingle with hints of playful illustration in Word To Mother’s most poetic body of work so far. Each of the artists have created new individual works to be shown alongside a series of collaborative works.May 13, 2016
George Condo's "ENTRANCE TO THE VOID"
A lot of the pop-culture audience learned of George Condo's work through his artwork around Kanye West's "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy" album, a superb commission by West that showed his range in contemporary art. But for some of us, it was just another brilliant output by Condo, an artist that captured portrait art in a unique and, at times, twisted way. His newest show, Entrance to the Void, that just opened at Spruth Magers in Los Angeles, was created during Condo's battle with cancer, and subsequently, as he told the Guardian, “I was just freaking out doing these paintings. I was in five different places in my mind at the same time.”April 20, 2016
Josh Jefferson: The Right Strokes Make the Right Folks
Josh Jefferson grew up in Santa Cruz, California and now lives in Boston with his wife and son. When he put down his saxophone and picked up a paintbrush four years ago, he found his groove swiftly, so it was clear the transition was a matter of fate. His creative endeavors up until that point fueled confident, powerful gestures, and even though he took up painting fairly recently, his development as an artist has been lifelong.April 19, 2016
Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia @ Legion of Honor, SF
Words by David Molesky and Scout Opatut // Conversation with Curator Esther Bell Odd Nerdrum once told me the story of a crazy man attempting to destroy a painting by Pierre Bonnard in his permanent collection. It turned out that the crazy man was, in fact, the great French painter himself, who never felt that his pictures were finished. Bonnard was notorious for carrying around a miniature painting box, discreetly hidden in his coat pocket. When he was invited into the homes of his collectors, said paint box in tow, he would sneak around, hoping to retouch his paintings, and if caught, his excuse was that the painting needed to be repaired.April 05, 2016
3 Inaugural Exhibitions @ The Met Breuer, NYC
Do yourself a favor and check out the new Met Breuer, which finally opened to the public last week. The building, a work of art in itself, was designed by the great Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer and until recently functioned as the Whitney Museum. Thomas Campbell, the Met’s charmingly British Director and CEO, says that he hopes the Met Breuer will offer new points of entry and a new dimension to the modern and contemporary art scene in NYC and in the world.March 25, 2016
Darren Pearson: The Light Expert
Light-art photographer and painting artist Darren Pearson has transformed the way we look at photography and light exposure. We have posted about his work many times on the site and on our social channels, but haven't ever had the chance to talk to him about his process. When we saw that his work was part of Apple's "Start Something New" campaign, we took the time to sit down with Darren to talk about trying his process out with his iPhone and Apple Watch.January 04, 2016