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From Paper Dolls to the Runway: Yves St. Laurent
That YSL is literally branded into our collective logo lexicon is no accident. The two-dimensional mix of serif, san serif, italic and Roman fonts was designed by Adolphe Cassandre to express ambiguity and surrealism. For four decades, the monogram has made an imprint. In partnership with the Seattle Art Museum, Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style, arrives at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for a Moulin Rouge of fashion, film, photography and flourish.July 20, 2017
Jenny Morgan's "Skindeep" opens at MCA Denver
“Some of these works I have not laid eyes on in over 7 years,” NYC-based painter and former Juxtapoz cover artist, Jenny Morgan, says, a few weeks before the opening of her first museum retrospective, Skindeep at the MCA Denver. “I'm excited to see these pieces again—revisiting work can feel like seeing an old friend, familiar, but also strangely different. The passage of time allows for perspective and deeper understanding of who I am as an artist and the voice I'm creating.” The exhibition runs through August 27, 2017.May 26, 2017
Lala Abaddon: Dream Weaver
Lala Abaddon’s neon green hair was visible from down the block just before a mutual friend introduced us on a Detroit street lined with murals and a spooky, flickering lamplight. In the midst of a residency at Red Bull’s House of Art, Lala’s woven photographs and sculptures hit a new level as she soaked up the creative community vibes.March 16, 2017
Poster Art Legend Chuck Sperry Rocks Spoke Art, NYC
SPOKE NYC is pleased to present HELIKON, a new solo exhibition featuring the work of San Francisco based artist Chuck Sperry. Following his two wildly successful solo exhibitions in Los Angeles (2015) and San Francisco (2014), Sperry continues to expand his on-going Muses series with a new set of screen-printed editions on oak panel. In addition to these new works, a selection of rare gig posters from Sperry’s personal archive will be displayed, all custom-framed and fully archival, highlighting a comprehensive segment of rock poster history.November 25, 2016
Kim Jung Gi: The Performance Artist
When viewing art, we take in the final product—shapes and forms finalized, under-drawings covered by more accurate representations, little crimps smoothed out, the result of a method. In recent years, South Korean illustrator Kim Jung Gi has traveled the world drawing for an audience. His visual memory and ability to conjure complex scenes without references or initial sketches is masterful and mind boggling.May 16, 2016
Buff Monster's New Book "Stay Melty"
An inveterate traveler, painter of walls and canvases alike, sculptor of deranged toys and a fan of the color pink, the enigmatic artist Buff Monster surprises and amuses in all mediums. In his latest monograph, Stay Melty, Buff collects his works in progress, paintings, murals, posters, stickers, Melty Misfits trading cards and toys. As it’s hard to keep up with this energetic artist’s output, fans will be grateful to find much of his recent work in one compact volume.January 27, 2016
Interview: Alex Garant's "Wakefulness"
On February 4th, 2014, Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco will present "Wakefulness,” a solo exhibition of new paintings by Toronto based artist Alex Garant. The new work explores the sumptuous and vivid world of traditional portraiture, with a focus on Garant’s signature double-exposed figures. By overstimulating her audience and saturating her canvases in visual stimuli, Garant’s new body of work is both exciting and overwhelming all at once. Read an interview with Garant below!January 25, 2016