Presented by the Google Art Project, we have a video of infamous female graffiti artist MadC on her day to day journey of painting not only in the studio but also a big wall in Halle near Berlin. Watch the video after the jump!
The title of Augustine Kofie’s 2015 exhibition OFF/GRID at the David Bloch Gallery refers to the tension that animates his work: the juxtaposition, and then synthesis, of opposing forces. This tension operates at a number of levels. In the arena of style, the vintage and the futurist collide. More info and images after the jump!
“Good things come, to those that paint” is the title and philosophy of abstract fine artist Carl Cashman’s latest solo exhibition. The show will be opening April 10th at Galleri GEO in Norway. The titled of the show is also a play on the original English phrase that promotes the virtue of patience, something Cashman says he learned through the art making process.
Laura E Kennedy is an emerging contemporary artist who creates realistic representations of varying subjects using coloured pencils on paper or panel. In her drawings, Kennedy manipulates the expectations assigned to her childish and illustrative medium by fusing unconventional compositions with allusions to revered styles of painting and other universally revered high art. She recently sent us an email to take a look at her work and looking at her “Prairie Dog” series we were mesmerized.
This installation is a work being developed by Jayson Haebich as part of his residency at the Institut für alles mögliche in Berlin during February, March and April and is a further development of his previous work using smoke and light to create volumetric effects. More information and imagery after the jump!
In the installation “A Shout Within a Storm”, artist Glenn Kaino suspends over 100 copper arrows in mid-air which all strive toward the same end target. The target is not necessarily established, however, if standing in front of it the viewer will definitely feel a sense of its trajectory.