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Shepard Fairey Champions the Legend of Jim Marshall
Think of pivotal cultural moments of the mid-twentieth century and know that Jim Marshall documented those imprints. From Woodstock to civil liberties, Bob Dylan to antiwar protests, Marshall’s photographic legacy has helped younger generations put these crucial, iconic movements into context. This summer, beginning with a special showcase in Washington, DC to benefit the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Shepard Fairey and the estate of Jim Marshall will collaborate on a series of five new pieces that champion Marshall’s work on the issues of voting rights, mass incarceration, workers’ rights, firearm ownership, and a fragmented America. We asked Shepard to speak about one project in particular, the incisive examination of gun culture.August 10, 2016
Robert Xavier Burden: His Wild Blue Yonder
It’s easy to get lost in one of Robert Burden’s paintings, and that’s the idea. He invested the time, and so should you. Beginning his under-paintings with bright blue, which he chooses for the rich value range that supports the strong colors pulsating his universe, he creates grand epics. Currently working on Battle for the Arctic, which features Vladimir Putin and Prince Haakon of Norway, as well as Hermey the Elf from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, he invokes the innocence of youth to explore huge themes. The first big one was The 20th Century Space Opera, his ode to Star Wars.July 21, 2016
Yoko D’Holbachie is "The Alchemist"
Last Rites Gallery is pleased to announce The Alchemist, a solo exhibition of works by Yoko D’Holbachie, on view at 325 W 38th Street from June 9th - August 6th , 2016. D’holbcahie’s opening reception will be held on July 9thh, 6pm, at Last Rites Gallery. With this new collection of paintings, Yoko D’Holbachie aims her vivid imagination at her everyday life in Japan and turns her world into a manifesto of fantasy with achingly precise and surreal detail.July 07, 2016
New Works by Jeremy Fish and Jim Houser
Two phenomenally influential and distinctively stylized artists, Jeremy Fish, and Jim Houser both came to their love of art making through drawing, music, and skate culture. Fish, originally from Albany New York, moved to San Francisco in the 90's to set up camp at the age of 19 in North Cali's skate mecca, eventually studying screen-printing and painting, and completing a degree at the Art Institute of San Francisco.June 17, 2016
Alex Pardee and Matt Ritchie "The Astralnauts"
For the past few months, Alex Pardee and Matt Ritchie have been playing in a spiritual sandbox, creating a new visual and narrative world full of ghosts, aliens, haunted planets, spaceships, and cybernetic dolphins. Their new universe will be unveiled this Friday, June 10 in Los Angeles and they launch “THE ASTRALNUATS” at Gallery 1988:West.June 10, 2016