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Pejac's Latest Public Interventions in Rijeka, Croatia
Couple of months after a successful London solo show, Pejac visited Rijeka in Croatia where he did a short art residency invited by the local Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. During his 2 weeks stay, Spanish artist created 3 new elaborate public works left for the locals and visitors to discover.October 25, 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
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
Review: Barry McGee "China Boo"
Barry McGee, Always Down For WhateverBy Matt GonzalezAll images courtesy of the artist and Ratio 3, San Francisco Barry McGee's "China Boo" at Ratio 3, is his first solo gallery offering at the space since 2008, and it follows his critically acclaimed 2012 retrospective at the Berkeley Art Museum. For nearly three decades, he has defined a movement and attracted many imitators. But this exhibition affirms McGee's importance and can be read as both emphasizing abstraction as well as presenting the theme of a thrift shop and all the ramshackle qualities one might find there.December 17, 2015
Jay Nelson & The Everywhere Treehouse
Ten years ago, my perception of the potential of a retail shopping experience was forever skewed when I strolled into the newly opened Mollusk Surf Shop, located in the Outer Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco. Well-curated products, art adorning the walls, navigable layout, basically the whole package was thoughtfully executed. However, the undeniable jewel in the space was the stylish treehouse occupying an entire corner of the store. Unlike your stereotypical treehouse, this particular montage was fabricated with attitude and stylish funk.December 06, 2015
Thrilling in Manila
This year, thankfully just before the rainy season, I traveled with a group of artists to the Philippines for the country’s first street art festival. Manila’s ONE Festival was produced by LeBasse Projects in partnership with the Bonifacio Global City Art Foundation and Globe, and I was fortunate to be invited to make art alongside seven mega-talented painters, hosted by some of the friendliest folks in the world. Initiating a mural project in a community just warming up to the presence of street art added an excitement to the air that was as thick as the tropical humidity.September 28, 2015
New Deerhunter Music Video "Breaker"
Remember a few weeks ago when we told you we were excited about the new Deerhunter album, Fading Frontier, out on 4AD on October 16, 2015? Well, we are still really excited about the Atlanta bands new LP, and now even more so because the track "Breaker" has a video, a video that is simple and nice, for a track that is a nice return to a more experimental pop sound that made us love the band in the first place.September 17, 2015
Erynn Richardson "Sacred & Haunted" @ Bermudez Projects, LA
Call her “The Re-Animator.” In her new show at Bermudez Projects in Downtown Los Angeles, Erynn Richardson brings back to life the deer that hunters across America stalk, kill, stuff, and display; and turns them into nigh-religious icons. Richardson, who earned her MFA at California State University, Long Beach, says, “In my artistic practice I explore how people use objects to tell stories about themselves. Objects often become metaphors for power and class; owning or displaying them weaves a narraAugust 28, 2015