Kamea Hadar: ‘Hapa’ Promoting Racial Equality

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Smothered on a wall in the thick of rural Hawaii lies Hapa, a new mural by Kamea Hadar. Meaning “part” or “partial” in the state’s official language, the artwork is meant to symbolize the area’s melting pot of cultures, with an assertive emphasis placed on racial equality. Featuring the face of none other than Barack Obama himself, inscribed […]

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Dorchester Art Project

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Friday, June 17th from 6 – 9 PM — Join me at the Dorchester Art Project for the opening of ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (The Shrug Show). This show is examining the cultural presence of the ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ emoticon. The show features artists Chanel Thervil, Nabeela Vega, and Timothy McCool. Unfamiliar with the icon up top? Check out this read by journalist Kyle Chayka for The Awl. […]

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From June 25-July 23 NYCHOS will be exhibiting at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. His new show titled “IKON” will feature some of the artist’s signature style, showing dissected animals, and characters. “IKON” focuses on popular characters like Batman, Darth Vadar, and Barbie to name a few. Check out Jonathan LeVine Gallery for further information!

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de MOCK cracide- (demockcracide)v.1. death of democracy, destruction of government for and by the people 2. Minority rule. 3.Destruction of equality and individual rights< 4.N. Art Show de.MOCK.cracide group art show Sat June 4th at SweeTree Ink 281a Mt Auburn St Watertown. Come see local and national artists respond to the current political climate with […]

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Art On The Marquee – June 2016


“Art On The Marquee” Premieres five new works by women artists, pairing renowned fine artists with digital artists, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center June 1 – August 31, 2016 Opening Reception: June 1, 6:30-8:30pm Boston, MA- Boston Cyberarts and the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA) will present five new works created by five teams of […]

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Galatea Fine Art – June 2016

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Galatea Fine Art: June 2016 June 1-26, 2016 Opening Reception: June 3rd, 6-8pm   George Shaw there is little we crave other than an illusion to call our own a fleeting moment disguised as a pillow a lovers breath of betrayal the iron bell calls us all to worship nothing more, nothing less.-George ShawWe live […]

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Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty


Exhibiting at the Orange County Museum of Art, is visual artist Marilyn Minter. The show is titled Pretty/Dirty, and features characteristics from some of  Minter’s previous work like, vibrant colors, female lips and dress shoes. The exhibit showcases paintings, photographs, and videos from the artist.  Pretty/Dirty will be on view until July 10.

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Giant Robot: Silent Wonderment: Exploring the World of Giant Robot


  Giant Robot is exhibiting at the Vincent Price Art Museum located in Monterey Park, California. The installation is titled Silent Wonderment: Exploring the World of Giant Robot, and curated by Rob Sota and Catsuera. The exhibition features work from Yoskay Yamaoto, Albert Reyes, Chevy Ray Johnson, and Matt Furie. Visitors will view various different mediums and items from watercolor paintings, […]

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The Newly Renovated SFMoMA


Opening this Saturday May 14 , is the Modern Museum of Art in San Francisco. The new museum will display close to 33,000 pieces of work, in a space that’s over 170,000 square feet of gallery. The renovation took about three years to finish, and $305 million. For more information on San Francisco’s new Modern […]

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Galatea Fine Art – May 2016


JO-ANN  BOBACK: Marking My Territory CLARE ASCH : Round Dances and Sarabandes NORA ROSENBAUM: Anecdotal Evidence   On view: May Now-29, 2016 Jo-Ann Boback In this series I continue to explore the blank space of the canvas, thru the immediacy of light and dark, upon  which color exaggerates or defines it. The blank canvas can […]

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