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David Hockney Reveals 82 New Portraits at the Royal Academy
David Hockney returns to the Royal Academy of Arts with a remarkable new body of work. Embracing portraiture with a renewed creative vigour, he offers an intimate snapshot of the LA art world and the people who have crossed his path over the last two years.June 30, 2016
Miya Ando "Atmosphere"
Former Bay Area resident Miya Ando returns with a new body of work, entitled Atmosphere, at Nancy Toomey Fine Art at Minnesota Street Project. An avid materialist and descendant of Japanese sword maker Ando Yoshiko Masakatsu, Miya Ando introduces a new technique involving woven silver fibers into a gossamer textile, the qualities of which are enhanced by the application by patina, allowing for the manipulation of the reflected light. The subtlety of emotion of these works cannot be understated; they softly coax attention and gradually draw the viewer closer in order to encourage the relationship and exchange between material and the appropriated light. The contemplative, opalescent static displays seem to insinuate varying degrees of movement throughout the contours of her materials while the connection between mood and chromatic characteristics are evaluated in tandem with each material’s inherent properties.June 14, 2016
Kathy Ryan: Office Romance @ Howard Greenberg Gallery
An exhibition of photographs shot from inside the New York Times building by Kathy Ryan is currently on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York. The exhibition, entitled Office Romance, is the artist’s debut show. Ryan is the longtime director of photography at The New York Times Magazine.May 31, 2016
Preview: 2501 "Processi Generativi" @ Inner State Gallery, Detroit
One of our favorites, 2501, is currently the Movement x 1xRUN artist in residence prior to his solo exhibition, Processi Generativi, that opens on May 27th at Inner State in Detroit. Not only that, the artist is preparing to install a massive site wide installation throughout Hart Plaza in Detroit. To kick off the events, we have some great shots of 2501 in the residency.May 23, 2016
Joel Daniel Phillips "Belongings" @ Hashimoto Contemporary
Currently on display at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, is “Belongings”, a solo show of new charcoal and graphite drawings on paper by Joel Daniel Phillips. Following his first solo show at the gallery in 2014, the artist returns this May with a body of work that explores the rapidly-shifting social fabric of San Francisco.May 18, 2016
Paul Wackers' "Slow Wave"
We are huge fans of Paul Wackers here at the magazine, and were really happy to have him as a featured artist in our November 2015 issue. The Brooklyn-based painter and ceramic artist returns to San Francisco with the solo show, "Slow Wave" at Eleanor Harwood Gallery's new space at Minnesota Street Project.April 25, 2016
The X Ball Busts
Barry X Ball makes stone portraits that push the physical and conceptual boundaries of sculpture. Using semi-precious materials such as lapis lazuli, Belgian Black marble, and Iranian onyx, Ball’s portrait heads of friends, artists, and prominent art world figures are unlike anything we have seen in recent decades.April 25, 2016