People Blocks 2: Limited Edition Artist Sculptures

People Blocks 2: Limited Edition Artist Sculptures

Case Studyo continues with their brand sculpture series, by including work by Andy Rementer. The figurine sculptures can be mismatched and reassembled with any piece apart of the set. The characters are hand painted and come with their own screen printed boxes. For more information on the sculptures check out Case Studyo.

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Ron English: Pen & Paper

Ron English: Pen & Paper

In this video of Pen & Paper by Hypebeast, Ron English talks about his iconic style of POPaganda and explains the various mediums he uses. English  has touched upon a number of different mediums from murals, sculptures, drawing, prints, vinyl toys and more. The video takes place in Ron English’s studio in New York, as […]

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Daniel Arsham: Welcome to the Future

Daniel Arsham: Welcome to the Future at Locust Projects in Miami

Daniel Arsham exhibits a new installation that turns his exhibition into a excavation site at the Locust Projects titled “Welcome to the Future.” Arsham features a number of items from the 20th century like VHS tapes, boom boxes, Walkmans, game controllers and more. The concept behind the items is to make a narrative of production, […]

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Jeff Koons: Hulk Elvis Exhibition

Jeff Koons: Hulk Elvis Exhibition at Gagosian Gallery Hong Kong

“Hulk Elvis” is the latest exhibition featuring Jeff Koons‘ work at the Gagosian Gallery in Hong Kong, China. Koons’ plays with iconic figures like an inflatable Hulk doll, which is in connection to his exhibition at Gagosian Gallery London in 2007. The sculptures’s are placed with so much intent, that the idea is if one […]

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Ai WeiWei Adds Blossom’s to “@Large” Installation

Ai Weiwiei Adds Porcelain “Blossom” Installation to “@Large” Exhibition on Alcatraz Island

As part of the @Large exhibition at Alcatraz Island in San Francisco, Ai WeiWei has added porcelain blossom’s to the exhibition. The artist has filled bathtub, sink, and toilet with porcelain flowers, which is believed to be a reference to China’s “Hundred Flowers Campaign” in 1956. If you haven’t had the opportunity to check out the […]

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Banksy in New York Book Release

Banksy in New York Book Release

Banksy in New York is a book that outlines the artist’s residency while in New York, with the help of photographer Ray Mock. The book originally come out in August, but is set to come out December 10 with a hard cover. Reader can expect a preface by the founders of Brooklyn Street Art Jaime Rojo […]

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George Condo at Skarstedt

George Condo - Double Heads and Black Paintings/Abstractions

George Condo explores the subject of portraiture for his exhibition at Skarstedt Gallery. Condo has been approaching his work in with a abstract expressionist style, and applying it to portraits that appear reconstructed. His new exhibition titled “Double Heads and Black Paintings/Abstractions”, is on view until December 20.

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Takashi Murakami at Gagosian Gallery New York

Takashi Murakami at Gagosian Gallery

Takashi Murakami has a new exhibition at Gagosian Gallery New York titled ”In the Land of the Dead, Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow.” The exhibition features a number of different paintings, and sculptures referencing to religious symbols, self portraits, science fiction, and manga elements. Gagosian Gallery will run the show until January 17, 2015.

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Barry McGee and Clare Rojas Exhibition

Barry McGee and Clare Rojas Exhibition

Alessandra Bonomo Gallery in Rome, Italy feature an exhibition with work by Barry McGee and Clare Rojas. The exhibition showcases work incorporating geometric forms, sculptures, paper-mache, and an installation. The artwork is inspired by Amish, Eastern European and Native American tradition. And if you’re familiar with McGee’s work, you can see his iconic graffiti, folk […]

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MEGGS: Rise Up

MEGGS: Rise Up

The “Rise Up” Mural in East Detroit is MEGGS‘ largest piece done yet, being 6,000 square feet. The imagery in the mural represent hope and strength for the city of Detroit as they’re bringing in new changes. MEGGS is also showing at Inner State Gallery also in Detroit with 1XRUN.

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