Juxtapoz // Monday, January 18, 2010
Audrey Kawasaki (Juxtapoz #90) will offer fans one further (and more affordable) chance to get a piece of her successful solo, Hajimari—a prelude in a limited print run of two prints: Yuuwaku or Hyakki Yakou (shown above).
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Audrey Kawasaki’s (Juxtapoz #90) work has captivated audiences the world over the past few years and for her breakout solo show in New York City at Jonathan Levine Gallery the story was no different. The gallery was packed and the art is stunning.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Hajimari—a prelude are new works by Audrey Kawasaki (Juxtapoz #90), marking her highly anticipated debut solo exhibition at Jonathan Levine Gallery, as well as in New York. This new series includes paintings on wood panel, and some on paper, all of which feature the artist’s signature, sultry female subjects.
Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 15, 2009
“Had the pleasure of swinging by Audrey Kawasaki’s (Juxtapoz #90) home recently to take a look at the works for her upcoming debut NYC solo show set to take place at Jonathan LeVine Gallery this December,” shares Andrew Hosner. “The new works are by far her strongest yet…” Read More...
Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 29, 2009
The super sweet and super gifted Audrey Kawasaki (Juxtapoz issue #90) has been busily preparing for a special show in Tokyo at Space Yui. Aud will be showing off fresh 10 paintings and drawings in the show opening May 7, which will remain on display through May 16, 2009. Audrey told us that is great to be able to go to Japan and work with a gallery there, as it reminds her of her Japanese ancestry- a part of herself she had not been previously able to embrace in quite the manner that this special showing provides. From what we see above, the environment has been extremely inspiring. Anyone down for an impromptu Tokyo trip?
Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 19, 2009
The shockingly talented Audrey Kawasaki (Juxtapoz issue #90)has been hard at work, prepping for more upcoming shows at both Outre Gallery in Melbourne, Australia and a later 2009 show Jonathan Levine Gallery in NYC. Audrey’s delicate yet provocative paintings make us feel as though we’ve entered a fantasy world populated by beautiful ladies, layered wings, and friendly insects. It’s wonderful to see such a nice artist evolving so steadily and we cannot wait to see this beauty when it’s finished. More on Audrey Kawasaki at www.audrey-kawasaki.com
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 03, 2008
Audrey Kawasaki’s gorgeous Two Sisters (which was first printed alongside her feature in our July 2008 issue) is being released as a time limited print on Saturday, December 6th, from 12 - 1pm PST. All you devout Audrey Kawasaki fans out there (and we know there are a lot of you!) will be relieved to hear that if you log on to her shop and click the ‘purchase’ button this Saturday, and you will be guaranteed a print!! No longer must you sit nervously at your computer for the rare chance at getting your hands on one of her limited prints- as long as it's within that hour, your print will be reserved! Besides offering the smaller sized time-limited edition, Audrey also will offer a larger sized edition of 75, which is closer to the original's actual size. In the words of Miss Kawasaki, “It is quite grand and impressive looking.” You heard the lady, stab a bookmark in Audrey’s website and grab your Two Sisters this Saturday! More info at her live journal.
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 14, 2008
Audrey Kawasaki's stunning painting She Who Dares (which also made its debut to the world in Juxtapoz issue #90) will be made available as a limited edition print this Sunday, November 16th at 6pm PST. This 18" x 21" on 20” x 23" sheet is a giclee print on archival hahnemuhle paper. She Who Dares is a signed and numbered edition of 200, but only 115 of them will be available so make sure to hop over to Audrey’s website and register because otherwise you won’t be able to even attempt getting you hands on this beauty. If you know anything about Audrey’s work, then we don’t even need to remind you of how in-demand her works, and prints, are so we suggest you set up camp by your computer on Sunday evening and get ready to hit up audrey-kawasaki.com/sale because these are sure to go faster than you can say “Damn, I want one of those!”
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Yes, the massive opening of The Drawing Room (literally shown below) at Thinkspace is over, but the night lives on in hearts, minds, and photos (lord, how corny are we?) Seriously though, The Drawing Room features new works by Audrey Kawasaki (Juxtapoz #90) and wealth of talented friends (including Timothy Karpinski, Catherine Cambell, Travis Louie, Eveline Tarunadjaja, Audrey Kawasaki, Catherine Brooks, Mari Inukai, and Jason Levesque, shown above.) If you couldn’t make it out in person, relive the evening and visit The Drawing Room in photos on the Thinkspace Flickr page and on Audrey’s live journal.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 06, 2008
Audrey Kawasaki (Juxtapoz #90) got a few friends together for her upcoming show, The Drawing Room, at Thinkspace Gallery. A group exhibit opening at Thinkspace Gallery on Friday, November 7, 2008, The Drawing Room focuses on the wonders of just that: drawing. To coincide with the show, two brand new Audrey Kawasaki prints will be released tomorrow at the Gallery. Both Hakuchou no shi (death of a swan) and Uria (shown above) will be available in limited editions of 200 each. If you know anything about Miss Kawasaki, you'll jump on this rare opportunity to grab one of her signed and numbered prints! For the The Drawing Room, Audrey invited fellow talents to exhibit, including: Stella Im Hultberg, Amy Sol, Kukula, Brandi Milne, Brian Viveros, Catherine Brooks, Mari Inukai, Nomi Chi, Lauren Albert, Jessica McCourt, Julia Sonmi Heglund, Eveline Tarunadjaja, Meg Hunt, Irana Douer, Catherine Campbell, Lilly Piri, Amy Earles, Eric Thomas Bostrom, Joao Ruas, Laura Laine, Jason Levesque aka Stuntkid, Fumi Nakamura, Travis Louie, and Liza Corbett. Yep, Audrey has a lot of talented friends. The Drawing Room opens November 7 and runs thru November 29th. Grab an in-depth sneak preview of Audrey preparing for the show on the Thinkspace blog at sourharvestblog.blogspot.com.