Aaron Kai: Vices

Aaron Kai: Vices

As human we have are weaknesses for items and things that are difficult to let go, or commonly known as vices. Aaron Kai who is an artist from Hawaii features art work of different items that are seen as vices, and cross multiple cultures. Kai paints these objects with a post pop art style, and […]

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Greg “Craola” Simpkins: Where Am I

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Exhibiting from May 23 to June 20 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery, is Craola with new work titled Where Am I. The body of work featured in the show displays the artist’s notable style, with a realistic surreal look. Craola plays with the concept of viewing the difference between the imagination of adults and children. If you are […]

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Ward #6

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Ward #6, group art show. Featuring art by: Chuck McNally, Adrian Rodriguez, Gabin Cortez Chance, Sammia Atoui, Kumal Lisa, Emmet McDermet, Colin Burns, Brad Spavin, Eban Johnson, Alex Rohr, James Baker, Salvatore Victor, Dave Tree, Adam Bruce Wentworth, Alvan Long, Dug McCormack, Ian Sanity Tartasky, KDONZ, Leather Pixie, Merc Them Those, Mike Rose, TJ Edson, […]

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Yayoi Kusama: Give Me Love

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Currently exhibiting at the David Zwirner New York is artist, Yayoi Kusama. Kusama suffers from mental illness due to anxiety, and resides in a mental asylum permanently. She expresses her mental state through her work, which features sculptural work and paintings that are split into three different rooms. Kusama’s Give Me Love is being exhibited until June 13. […]

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What’s Good at the Wall? -5.12.15

Welcome to a new segment called ‘What’s Good at the Wall?’ that will feature some photo highlights of whatever is lookin’ really good over at the legal wall in Central Square, Cambridge, MA. Now, I’m not always down in Central, probably once a month, but when I’m there I ALWAYS make it a point to […]

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COLLISION: Stealing from the Real

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BOSTON – Boston Cyberarts Gallery presents COLLISION: Stealing from the Real: Simulation and sense making, organized and curated by COLLISION collective member Georgina Lewis. COLLISION:Stealing from the Real includes 10 artists from the US and Canada. How do we make sense of our environment parse it, probe it, and enact change? COLLISION:Stealing from the Real examines the transformative power of […]

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HENSE Paints Mural In Western Australia

HENSE Paints Mural In Western Australia

Located in Australia, the street artist HENSE painted a mural on the side of silos. HENSE is know for his abstract street art style, which he has applied to the mural’s created. The mural is a public funded piece, and offers a great addition to it’s surroundings. Source: DESIGN BOOM

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Chiharu Shiota: The Key In The Hand Installation

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“The Key In The Hand” is an installation by Chiharu Shiota. The installation is a very intricate maze of red yarn from the ceiling with keys hanging from them. In addition to the 50,000 keys being suspended, their are two old worn boats to complete the installation. Shiota looks to effect the viewers emotion’s and memory’s, as she believes keys are […]

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Todd James: Fantasy Island

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Todd James has a new exhibition at the Lazarides Gallery in London. The show titled “Fantasy Island” features works created in his iconic style, with cartoon characters and bright colors. James’ inspiration is derived from the disorder and incidents that happen with countries at war. Todd James’ “Fantasy Island” will be on view until May 28th, and you […]

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Los Trompos Installation

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Mexican designers Ignacio Cedena and Hector Esrawe have an installation at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia. The two designers feature over 30 different spinning tops with various different colors and shapes, that are fabric woven together. The installation is called Los Trompos which translates to The Spinning Tops. Esrawe and Cadena pull inspiration from […]

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