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The Art of Severed Head @ Richard Heller Gallery
Richard Heller Gallery in LA is currently showing a large group show presenting the works from a wide selection of artists they are working with. Titled "Beheaded" the show symbolizes the social and political disconnection from the ideals upon which our nation was founded as well as serves as an exploration of the detached head in art history.July 17, 2017
Pejac Revisiting The Iconic "Scattercrow"
Back in 2010, when Pejac first started creating his effective interventions in public space, he painted the image titled "Esparcepájaros (Bird spreader)", somewhere on the streets of Salamanca in Spain. Over the years the image got couple of iterations in different forms, became viral once it hit the cyberspace, and even ended up as a tattoo motif.July 10, 2017
A Short Chat With Benjamin Clarke (AKA Tenderloin Television)
Benjamin Clarke (AKA Tenderloin Television) has been making awesome art with a psychedelic and spiritual twist to it. After making a name for himself in San Francisco, Ben moved to New York City and now has a solid foundation of work and a varied portfolio including murals, pen and ink drawings, and paintings. We got to ask Ben a few questions about where he's at, where he's going, and what defines him and his art.June 26, 2017
Dorian Lynde's Contemporary Princesses
In early 2015, Toronto-born artist Dorian Lynde began painting altered Disney princesses with new identities and attitudes around downtown Los Angeles. What started out as a simple project quickly grew when further research shocked her about the unspoken gender roles inside the world of Disney. In the 1930s, the studio was segregated by specific jobs for men and women. In some cases, more than 500,000 cels (transparent sheets filled in for animation) would be painted for a single feature. Women made all of those cels, and did all of that work. As a company rule, women weren't able to become writers or animators as those opportunities were reserved for men.June 13, 2017
Mike Giant's "Notes From The High Ground"
ATAK SF is pleased to present Colorado-based and past Juxtapoz cover artist Mike Giant in his second solo show with the gallery entitled “Notes From the High Ground” including new drawings of various sizes. An opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, June 10th (8pm). Mike Giant will be present.June 08, 2017
Flourish, a New Contemporary Art Show in Arizona
Flourish, a group exhibition featuring works by artists belonging to the New Contemporary Art Movement, will be curated by Thinkspace gallery and showed at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum. Working in a variety of stylistic veins, New Contemporary Art includes everything from Pop Surrealism, Muralism, Installation and Street Art, to Graffiti, Hyperrealism, Illustration, and Portraiture. Though seemingly disparate, these genres are all linked by a vibrant community, multiple stylistic allegiances, and a return to the expressive possibilities of figurative and representational content, driven by a more populist sensibility. The Movement is loosely defined by its shared interest in the social rather than the abstract or conceptual.May 09, 2017