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Mehdi Ghadyanloo "Spaces Of Hope" in Boston
One of Iran’s most known public artists, Mehdi Ghadyanloo, recently completed a major public commission in Boston for the Rose Kennedy Greenway project. Following Shinique Smith in 2014 and Os Gemeos in 2012, the Teheran-based artist painted "Spaces Of Hope" at the renowned 5,230 square foot Greenway Wall as part of their prestigious public art program.November 22, 2016
Francois Robert: "Stop the Violence"
When Francois Robert unexpectedly acquired a human skeleton in the 1990s, he knew he had to do something wonderful with it. Several years later when the economy collapsed and he found himself with time on his hands, Robert finally settled on a project: powerful anti-violence images spelled out in human bones.November 15, 2016
The work of Maëlle Collin
Maëlle Collin is a Belgian photographer currently based in New York City. After graduating from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels with an MFA in visual arts/ photography, Collin has had several solo shows exhibiting her projects Shelter and Sundog.November 07, 2016
Glennray Tutor's "Trio (Dreams Can Come True)"
Glennray Tutor's metaphorical paintings look at dimensions beyond our realization. Universes, emotions, ideas - here existing as transluscent marbles - constantly affect our two dimensional reality, causing us to fall in love, feel loss or believe in something more as their colors shine across us without our even knowing.November 07, 2016
Natalia Fabia “Rainbeau Samsara" @ Corey Helford Gallery
On November 5th, Corey Helford Gallery will present “Rainbeau Samsara," the newest body of work from Los Angeles-based figurative painter Natalia Fabia and her first solo show in four years. Natalia Fabia has been painting the female form in environments for years. After the birth of her daughter, Peribeau, and the sudden loss of her brother, her painting exploration has progressed.November 04, 2016
Bad Dads VI: An Art Show Tribute to the Films of Wes Anderson
This November, Spoke Art will present the seventh annual Bad Dads exhibition - a dynamic showcase of over eighty artists from around the world celebrating the cinematic career of American director, Wes Anderson. Held at Spoke Art’s new Lower East Side Location in New York City, this year’s exhibition coincides with the recent release of Abram’s new hardcover book “BAD DADS” - a compendium of Wes Anderson inspired artworks from the last six years of the show.October 27, 2016