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Something's Wrong: New Paintings by Martine Johanna
The sense of an impending doom is being fulfilled in Martine Johanna's new exhibition, Something’s Wrong, recently opened at Massey Lyuben Gallery in NYC. Embodying a disappointment in idealistic dreams in the harsh light of reality. Where nothing of what we felt like as girls has come to be. The works portray idioms of youth that melt away while other scenes feel like being swept away by dreamscapes. Naively drawn totem animals work as figments of the imagination. There is a distinct feeling of loss coupled with a gratifying effect of color, composition and light. Several figures confront the viewer with a mixture of anger, coldness, grief, persistence and distance.May 25, 2017
Daniel Arsham Continues His Fictional Archeology Series in Seoul
This week, Daniel Arsham is presenting his solo show Crystal Toys at Galerie Perrotin in Seoul. Crystal Toys will be a continuation of his ongoing Fictional Archeology series, a collection of work inspired by daily objects shown through the prism of destruction and the use of precious materials.May 24, 2017
Rock on the Range Rages on Despite the Rain
When it comes to creating a memorable connection between music and art, nobody may have had a better partnership in rock and roll over the years than Metallica’s relationship with Pushead. The striking visuals are recognizable around the world, making language and culture a non-factor to instant camaraderie over a familiar brand.May 24, 2017
Kerouac, Bowie, in Derek Boshier's Show "On the Road"
Derek Boshier first met David Bowie in 1979. Shortly afterwards, Bowie asked Boshier to design the album artwork for Lodger. His current show, On the Road, is a selection of paper works partially inspired by Bowie and Jack Kerouac at Night Gallery in Los AngelesMay 23, 2017
Opening Night and Installation Shots: "What In the World: The Juxtapoz Edition"
We had a late night in Berlin at our opening of "What In the World: The Juxtapoz Edition," but now we have final instal shots from the gallery. If you are in Berlin, the show is open through June 2017, so you have time to see it! Of couse, last week we showed you photos of the street works being completed in association with the gallery show. And in case you missed it, the show was curated by Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco, and featured work by Hyuro, Daan Botlek, Serge Lowrider, Jeroen Erosie, Ekta, Ermsy and Zio Ziegler.May 22, 2017
Joseph Gross Presents: "Versailles Now" This Friday at Mirus Gallery
After five years in New York City, Joseph Gross Gallery is returning to San Francisco with a decadent pop up exhibition at Mirus Gallery. Just a block away from Gross’ first exhibition, Suite Jesus, Versailles Now is his bold foray back into the art world after moving back to the west coast.May 18, 2017