Preview: OSGEMEOS “Silence Of Music” @ NYC’s Lehmann Maupin

Lehmann Maupin will be opening next month “Silence of the Music”, the Brazilian artist duo OSGEMEOS’ first New York solo show with the gallery. Twin brothers Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo will transform multiple rooms into an immersive installation that combines drawing, painting, collage, mixed media sculpture, and kinetic and audio elements. These newest works represent an

The London Police Solo Show at The Quin NYC

The London Police are back in NYC as part of the artist in residence series curated by DK Johnston at The quin Hotel in Midtown Manhattan.  Past artists include Blek Le Rat, Nick Walker, Above (Tavar Zawacki), Pure Evil, & ASVP to name a few.  The London Police did not disappoint with multiple works spanning

Coverage: “Between The Lines” Group Show @ Dubai’s The Mine

Last week in Dubai, the “Between The Lines” group exhibition curated by Rom Levy opened its doors at The Mine Gallery in the Al Quoz district of Dubai. In a jam packed venue, the attendees were in for a treat discovering brand new canvas and paper works by RETNA, Paul Insect, Andrew Schoultz, Bast, Jenny Sharaf,

Coverage: James Reka “Mirage” exhibition @ Paris’ Galerie Mathgoth

For his very first solo exhibition at the Mathgoth Gallery, Reka offers his public to dive into a “Mirage”. Swaying, almost aquatic and often very feminine creatures started to appear in his work in year 2003 and are now presented on 9 large format paintings. However, instead of being his principal characters, they have become

Preview: Zeph Farmby “Colored Me Bad” @ The Bishop Gallery NYC – May 6th

With his second solo exhibition in less than one year, Zeph Farmby follows up his socially conscious “Pursuing False Idols” exhibition with an even more thought provoking show, “Colored Me Bad”. From Muhammad Ali protesting the Vietnam War to African child soldiers, Zeph creates a broad spectrum of works providing insight into what he describes

Coverage: Paul Insect – It’s Only A Dream @ Allouche Gallery London

We are excited to see the return of British street and contemporary artist Paul Insect to London  for  an exhibition of new works ‘It’s Only a Dream‘. We still have some fond memories of his London Poison back in 2008. Presented by New York based Allouche Gallery for their first pop up location in London Old Street, the show features

Truly Design “Truth depends on where you see it from” @ Museo Ettore Fico

Our friends of Truly Design just opened an interesting exhibition entitled “Truth depends on where you see it from” at the Museo Ettore Fico in Turin, Italy. The work of Truly Design inflects in a contemporary perspective the optical phenomenon of anamorphosis, investigated by such artists as Leonardo da Vinci and Hans Holbein since the XV

Preview: Robert Proch “Crossing The Line” Exhibition

Robert Proch is undoubtedly one the most promising talents of the emerging Polish contemporary art scene. With a degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, city where he lives and works, he has already exhibited with solo shows in key art galleries. Modern human condition, inaction and freedom are the concepts that will