Nate Lowman & Leo Fitzpatrick: Art Relax @ Karma05/06/2013
Karma is set to present Nate Lowman and Leo Fitzpatrick's Art Relax, opening at the gallery on Saturday, June 15. If past experiences are anything to go by, we can expect something darkly humorous, weird and wonderful from the long-time friends and collaborators.
Art Relax runs through July 1, 2013.
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Radiant Energy @ Beginnings31/05/2013
Research and observation has shown that specific colors bring balance to our physical and emotional systems, and Heather Culp and Caroline Hwang look to bring this to the fore in Radiant Energy, an exhibition opening at New York's Beginnings next week, creating a space for reflection, meditation, and beauty.
Matt Mignanelli & Ryan Wallace @ Bleecker Street Arts Club31/05/2013
Bleecker Street Arts Club, a new art space in New York, will open its doors to a new exhibition by artists Matt Mignanelli and Ryan Wallace next Thursday, June 6. Each artist's individual style complements the other's, with both drawn to clean repetition, abstraction and monochromatic surfaces.
Ryan Ballinger: Fartlek30/05/2013
Ryan Ballinger uses running as a performative art practise, undergoing professional training and testing his endurance and physical limitations against those of international level elite athletes.
The artist has mapped a track around New Plymouth's Govett-Brewster Art Gallery site and will over the duration of his show, Fartlek, be running 728 laps of this track to represent the number of days the gallery will be closed during the construction of the Len Lye Centre.
Recap: Pedro Matos “Building Castles Made of Sand” @ Martha Otero Gallery28/05/2013
Building Castles Made of Sand, Pedro Matos’ new solo show at Martha Otero Gallery in L.A. opened on May 17, and for those who couldn’t make the opening, here’s a look at the range of new work by the Portuguese-born artist on display now at the gallery. Many of the works are inspired by traditional Portuguese techniques, while additional canvases employ a more contemporary Western aesthetic. Building Castles Made of Sand runs until June 15, 2013, so you still have time to check it out if you’re in the Los Angeles.
MARFA JOURNAL Issue No.127/05/2013
Debuting under the maxim, "by artists for artists", MARFA JOURNAL is a new publication inspired by the small Texan town, which aims to document and connect today's fashion and art worlds. Issue no.1 releases with two different covers (one featuring FUCT's Erik Brunetti and the other, The Total Princess cast), and is divided into six sections: raw, casual, decadent, romantic, obscure, and progressive.
Tyrone Lebon for Baron20/05/2013
The much anticipated second issue of erotic paperback publication Baron is due out any day now, with the entire issue photographed by Tyrone Lebon. The issue is guest edited by Max Pearmain with fashion collaborations from Lewis Leathers Ltd. Head over here to keep up with release dates.
Shamus Clisset @ Storefront Bushwick15/05/2013
Shamus Clisset (AKA FakeShamus), makes some of the most unique and darkly-humorous art in the digital sphere today, incorporating a range of ghoulish characters and low-brow insinuations into his incredibly detailed compositions. Using physically-based raytracing software, the artist produces hyper-real vignettes that delve into his own obsessions and personal history with an acute sense of the absurdity of our futuristic modern world.
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Tofer Chin: Ar @ Lu Magnus Gallery15/05/2013
Currently showing at Lu Magnus Gallery, Ar is the second solo NYC exhibition from Los Angeles artist, Tofer Chin, featuring new paintings, photographs, and sculpture continuing his exploration of geologically and architecturally inspired Minimalist forms.
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Scott Campbell: Things Get Better @ OHWOW15/05/2013
OHWOW is set to open Things Get Better, a new solo exhibition of work by Scott Campbell. Consisting of a series of ink wash paintings on paper that realistically illustrate novel objects and improvised tools, the exhibition's subject matter explores notions of invention and reinvention, or more accurately, human ingenuity.
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