Preview: “SuperPlasticizer” Vincent Abadie Hafez aka Zepha @ Dubai’s The Mine

Over the years Vincent Abadie Hafez aka Zepha practice has expanded from its urban beginnings to the gallery wall, but a responsiveness to the built environment, borne of a deep study of each locale, remains central. For this new body of paintings, the artist uses a superplasticizer mixed with cement, rubble, and sand from the

Coverage: Os Gemeos “Silence of the Music” Solo Show @ NYC’s Lehmann Maupin

The Brazilian street art duo Os Gemeos have taken over Lehmann Maupin Gallery in New York City  and covered every inch of the space using every medium imaginable for their new installation entitled “Silence of the Music”.  Os Gemeos using their signature characters filled four rooms with both interactive  and  static pieces, some as large as life.  No

Andrew Schoultz & Paul Insect artworks censored by South Park public relations team

Artworks made by Andrew Schoultz and Paul Insect for the South Park 20th Anniversary Show to be displayed at Comedy Central’s South Park Art Gallery from July 21st-24th during the Comic Con convention in San Diego have been censored and pulled from the exhibition by South Park Public Relations Team. The art world, a realm populated by masterpieces often

ROA – Hic Svnt Dracones (Here Be Dragons) – Melbourne 2016

I first actually met ROA at the Outpost Project in Sydney back in 2011. We had a brief exchange as he was up high on a scissor lift painting a large mural across the whole side of a building. In 2012, he came to Melbourne, created the controversial solo exhibition Carrion, visited Healesville Sanctuary and painted a few incredible pieces (video here) and before

Preview: “PM9 – Colors” Exhibition @ Berlin’s Urban Nation – June 11th

“The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love colour the most,” John Ruskin famously proclaimed in the 19th century. Our attraction to colour is innate and influences us every day, in a myriad of contexts. In our technology-centric world today, the possibilities of colour are great than ever. At a special exhibition at