Mago is an ongoing solo art exhibit of Portland-based painter and illustrator Stella Im Hultberg at the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco. The artist's stunning paintings and drawings are…
The New York-based art venue Spoke NYC will be presenting ‘Helikon’, a new solo exhibition featuring the works of the legendary San Francisco-based artist Chuck Sperry. The show will not only have on display a new set of screen printed posters from his ongoing ‘Muses’ series, but will also have a selection of rare gig posters from the artist’s personal collection.
In addition to the these, a new monograph titled ‘Helikon’ will make its debut at the exhibition. The book will be a fascinating compendium of the artist’s works over the years, which — with their psychedelic art nouveau style — have garnered him legions of raving fans.
Each image in the book is paired with the prose or poem — from Homer to Nick Cave — that inspired each. Over a dozen photos by Shaun Roberts gives the reader an intimate portrait of the artist at work. Over a dozen photos by Shaun Roberts gives the reader an intimate portrait of the artist at work. Forward by New York Times’ bestselling author, Charles Bock, Beautiful Children, Alice & Oliver (Random House), and Best of NYC Culture 2016, Village Voice.
The show will have its opening today night, November 19, 2016 from 6 to 9pm. The exhibit will be on view until December 11, 2016.
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Sculptor Kevin Titzer (previously featured here and here) was born and raised in Evansville, Indiana, but moved to Quebec, Canada a few years ago. Though his works have been exhibited numerous times in the United States and Canada, ‘Hinterland’ – his ongoing show at the Galerie d’Art la Corniche – is his Quebec debut.
The theme of the show is about his experiences and adjustments moving from one country and it’s culture to another. Titzer says that there is a puppetry aesthetic that runs throughout the exhibit, and visitors were encouraged to play and interact with two functional ventriloquist dummies during the opening. Like most of his other sculptures, Titzer used carved wood, found objects and recycled materials to create them.
A grand flotilla of 300 illuminated paper boats have invaded Middle Dock in Canary Wharf, London. Titled “Vovage,” the interactive installation is the brainchild of Aether & Hemera, an artistic partnership between architect Claudio Benghi and lighting artist Gloria Ronchi. The paper boats light up from within in an ever-changing and riotous display of colors and patterns, whenever someone with a mobile phone comes in range of them.
People who are passing by can interact with the boats to change colors and patterns. This can be done by connecting their mobile devices to the Voyage Wi-Fi network, opening the web browser, going to voyage.co.uk and following the instructions on the site.
The installation, commissioned for Canary Wharf Group’s award-winning public art program, will be on show until 15 February, 2012, with the lights coming on before dusk until 2am.
More images after the jump.
This beautiful 3D tape-art installation by artist Joerg Mandernach will be one of the many works exhibited at the 5th Biennial of Drawing’s "Drawing Without Borders" art exhibit at the…
Garagem 42 is a new art project, currently on exhibit at curator Marcelo Stefanovicz’s atelier in São Paulo, Brazil. The space, created to “instigate and enhance artists and art collectors,” features the works of artists André Azevedo and Thiago Batista.
The exhibit which started on March 16, will be on show until March 23.
Here are a few select images from the art project.
Anne Lindberg, drawn pink (2012), Egyptian cotton thread, staples, 72 x 408 x 120” Placemakers is an ongoing art exhibition at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, which…
“Broken Geisha,” by Handiedan.
Spoke Art, the San Francisco based art gallery, has invited four talented artists to feature their works in their September Group Show. Each artist will display their unique interpretations of the female form in the art exhibition, created using their individualistic creative techniques, and on diverse artistic mediums.
The show will have its opening night on September 1, 2011, and will be on through September 22, 2011. All the artists will be in attendance during opening night.
Here are some select artworks that will be featured during the exhibition: