Barry McGee – Cheim & Read, NYC

Barry McGee has launched his second show with Cheim & Read in New York, accompanied by a catalogue with an essay by Katya Tylevich. For his new show McGee has assembled hundreds of artwork and his characteristic painted objects into a multi-room installation. The gallery’s ‘dome room’ comprises a series of shelves and pedestals, displaying ceramics

Barry McGee Installation @ Moscone Center Garage

Last weekend, on 9th of October, Barry Mcgee revealed his latest project that was realized in conjunction with a nonprofit public art organization Sites Unseen and Ratio 3 gallery. The infamous SF-based artist turned the local Moscone Center Garage in downtown San Francisco’s Yerba Buena neighborhood into his permanent art installation. The makeover is the

Impressionism & Graffiti With a Common Denominator?

The sentences and paragraphs that follow are merely my opinion as Bruno Santinho, they were written, not to provide answers but rather share ideas and raise questions… speaking of which, I’ve been asking people a question lately with the intent to quench my curiosity and analyze how certain ideas are rooted in the psyche of

Barry McGee New Mural In Brooklyn, NYC

After the recent opening of his museum solo at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Barry McGee spent the last two weeks in Brooklyn working on this mural.The American artist just completed this large-scale version of one his signature cluster panel paintings.If you stop by Brooklyn, this new piece can be seen at

Barry McGee @ Prism Los Angeles Solo Show Opening Coverage

Last night in Los Angeles, SAN attended the opening of Barry McGee‘s new solo at Prism Gallery.In a jam packed gallery, the attendees were in for a real treat discovering Barry McGee’s new body of work.Twist delivers once again a wonderful setup with a multitude of paintings, photos, motorized sculptures and his trademark clusters including

Sever “Street Art Is Dead” New Mural In Detroit

Sever from MSK (Mad Sweatshop Kids) recently stopped by Detroit where he just completed his silly tribute to urban art with this new funny mural titled “Street Art Is Dead”.On the left side of the coffin, we have, Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, Barry McGee and on the right side, Banksy, Futura and Kaws. second pic

“Martha Cooper: Remix” Exhibition, Los Angeles 9th April

Carmichael Gallery will be hosting “Martha Cooper: Remix” this 9th April, a group show featuring highlights from Martha Cooper’s photographic archive and works by over 50 artists who have created their own unique interpretations of her iconic, historically significant imagery. There will be an opening reception for the exhibition on Saturday, April 9 from 6

New Barry Mcgee book ‘THR’ January 2011

Barry Mcgee has a new book edited by Aaron Rose, publishing in January 2011. Available for Pre-Order Here Published by Alleged Press and Damiani Editore, Bologna, ItalyBarry McGee’s art buzzes with an infectious street vitality that celebrates the rich pageant of city living, concurrently lambasting its overstimulated frustrations and aggressive pitfalls. This hardcover artist’s book