Weapons of Mass Change

Weapons of Mass Change

  Weapons of Mass Change travels to Washington DC for its second stop after premiering in Richmond, VA. The show, which benefits humanitarian missions around the world, enlists an eclectic mix of talented artists to transform weapons into art objects, stripping them of the violence that they are commonly associated with. This act serves as […]

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Sketch-errific with Fine Artist and Illustrator Frank Costantino

Sketch-errific with Fine Artist and Illustrator Frank Costantino

  Friday, April 25, 2014 | 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm  $12 per person – includes canapes, beverages, and materials. $20 per pair - includes canapes, beverages, and materials.   You can learn how to draw. It’s easier than you think. With the most basic eye (or not), a few pencils, paper, and your subject, you can draw a […]

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Julian Schnabel’s Studio & US Show Since The ’80s

Julian Schnabel’s Studio & US Show Since The ’80s

  Julian Schnabel is an artist that creates work which is reminiscent to Basquiat’s, and the neo-expressionism movement of the ’80s. He has been involved in film and directing, and has earned Academy Award-winning awards. This short documentary titled In The Course of Seven Days directed by Porfirio Munoz, profiles the artist as he speaks about emotions and the compositional energy seen in […]

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THIS IS BOSTON NOT LAme

THIS IS BOSTON NOT LAme

  This Sat April 26 is the last chance to see “THIS IS BOSTON NOT LAme” art show 7pm-11pm at SweeTree Ink 281A Mt Auburn St Watertown featuring punk rock photos of the Boston scene by Gail Rush, Tara Feely, Nicole Tammaro and me Dave TREE, the last week of the show so people are welcome to come by wed, thurs […]

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Jerry Buttles: Max Schaaf at Kinfolk 94

Jerry Buttles: Max Schaaf at Kinfolk 94

  Kinfolk 94 gallery will be exhibiting work from photographer Jerry Buttles for his new show titled Max Shaaf. Buttles has used analog photography as his medium, where he focuses on the routine life of Max Schaaf. Max Schaaf is a longtime skateboarder, custom motorcycle builder who lives in Oakland, California. Also at the exhibition, Buttles will have handcrafted scents as remembrance […]

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Button Up

Button Up

What: Ari Hauben presents “Button Up” – A Different Kind of Art Show When: The Opening is Saturday, April 26th from 6-11PM (Save the Date) Where: Boston Button Factory, 50 Melcher St. Boston Full details about the Show and Buttons Here Full details about the Artist, Ari Hauben Here Opening Night Invite to Follow *Please pass on to anyone who […]

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Red Bull Curates Protégés: Karolina Wojcik showcasing at IMPALA

Red Bull Curates Protégés: Karolina Wojcik showcasing at IMPALA

  Red Bull Curates Protégés features artist Karolina Wójcik from Malmö, Sweden  as their next installment. Wójcik is known for her illustrations and mural paintings. The cooler she designs for IMPALA street wear displays her artistic styles and passion for typography.

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American Folk Artist Leonard Knight

American Folk Artist Leonard Knight

  Salvation Mountain is a monument built with optimistic messages and bold colors located in the Colorado Desert on the Mexican border in Southern California. Leonard Knight, a man who resided at Salvation Mountain was a muralist that painted bible versus in a folk art style.

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Wes Lang Talks About His New Exhibition “The Studio”

Wes Lang Talks About His New Exhibition “The Studio”

  In this video Wes Lang discusses how he aspires to “create beautiful things.” His current exhibition “The Studio” displays retrospective items of his early years that have led him to his current career. The exhibition is a six-month-long show that profiles his personal studio, with a large amount of Lang’s original work. Throughout Lang’s studio you can find motifs of […]

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The Life of New York City Wall Advertisement Painters Wall Dogs

The Life of New York City Wall Advertisement Painters Wall Dogs

  Vocativ features New York City wall advertisement painter’s, titled Wall Dogs profiling the intricate process of producing a wall advertisement from planning, suspension from a building, and the painting process. The painters discuss the tradition of wall painting versus modern day computer generated advertisement.

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