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    Javier Calleja Reveals “MR. GÜNTER, THE CAT SHOW”

    Earlier this year, Spanish artist Javier Calleja launched a collaboration with HYPEBEANS that included newly designed spaces and merchandise. The artist is now taking his talents to Tokyo for a special exhibition curated by NANZUKA. The showcase is titled “MR. GÜNTER, THE CAT SHOW.” Many of Callejo’s works include his trademark “BIG EYE” characters. His […] More

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    Nadia Lee Cohen Reveals ‘HELLO, My Name Is’ Exhibition

    Nadia Lee Cohen has become a sought-after artist. In just a decade, the British photographer and filmmaker has directed videos for Kali Uchis and A$AP Rocky, working on campaigns for Gucci, Balenciaga, and Maison Margiela. She recently opened her first solo exhibition in the United States, presenting HELLO, My Name Is at Jeffrey Deitch Los […] More

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    Alic Brock Presents ‘Screen Shot’

    Alic Brock is known for creating intriguing and eye-catching works of art. The artist is based in Atlanta and creates superimposed human forms inspired by images of athletes, pop culture icons, and more. Rather than traditional paintings, Alic creates mosaics that boast outstanding attention to detail. The artist recently opened ‘Screen Shot’, his first solo […] More

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    Felipe Pantone Reveals “Manipulable” Exhibition

    The Argentinian-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone is back in the news feed today. The artist recently opened his latest exhibition, entitled “Manipulable.” Speaking about the concept of the showcase, Pantone stated: “Nowadays, everything is manipulable – we don’t listen to the radio, we curate our own playlists; we don’t watch TV, we choose which shows to […] More

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    Vickie Vainionpää Reveals ‘Software’ In New York City

    Montreal-based artist Vickie Vainionpää has taken over The Hole NYC. The artist has created an immersive art experience that uses organic shapes that create unique forms. ‘Software’ comes from a series of paintings that includes generative code. By plotting points on an x, y, and z-axis, the artist merges technology with her oil paintings on […] More

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    William Monk’s “The Ferryman” Exhibition

    The British artist William Monk is known for creating art with mysterious and otherworldly forms. The artist returns to the news feed today, revealing a three-venue exhibition. Made in conjunction with GRIMM gallery, the artist reveals “The Ferryman.” The exhibition includes a series of large-scale paintings. Monk spoke about the exhibit in a statement that […] More

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    Joshua Vides Unveils “COMMERCIAL BREAK”

    Following his collaborative capsule with Converse, Joshua Vides is back at it once again. The artist is gearing up for his first solo exhibition in Japan titled “Commercial Break.” Mr. Vides is known for his black-and-white paint marker works. However, “Commercial Break” marks a shift and evolution in his pop-art aesthetic. The exhibition will feature […] More

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    Nicolas Party Reveals “Triptych” Exhibition

    Experiencing an exhibition by Nicolas Party is an experience of observing art history in a new form. The Swiss artist recently created an homage to the French painter Louis-Léopold Boilly at the Consortium Museum in Dijon. Now he returns with a unique new exhibition at the Museo Poldi Pezzoli in Milan. The exhibition is titled […] More

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    ‘Matisse in the 1930s’ Exhibition To Arrive In Philly

    The Philadelphia Museum of Art will soon host a major exhibition highlighting Henri Matisse. ‘Matisse in the 1930s’ will provide a look into a lesser-known period of the artist’s work. At the time, the artist was commissioned by Albert Barnes, founder of the Barnes Foundation, to create a massive 45-foot mural called The Dance. The […] More

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    LACMA Presents “City of Cinema: Paris 1850–1907”

    Paris was the city in which cinema first became popular. In celebration of cinema, the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art opened a new exhibition exploring film from its early days to the 20th-century. “City of Cinema: Paris 1850–1907” was made in conjunction with the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. The exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, posters, […] More

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    Genesis Tramaine Reveals “Break of Day” Exhibition

    Brooklyn-born artist Genesis Tramaine is the focus of a new showcase at Almine Rech’s New York location. The exhibition is entitled “Break of Day,” a collection guided by the artist’s faith. The artist offers colorful portraiture work that is raw with emotion. Tremaine uses her religious upbringing to manifest itself in her art subconsciously. She […] More

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    Kara Joslyn Opens “This Is Hardcore” at Perrotin

    Los Angeles-based artist Kara Joslyn is an emerging artist who provides a monochromatic aesthetic that blends hidden truths and kinetic energy. The artist has opened her first solo exhibition in New York, presenting “This Is Hardcore” at Perrotin. Each painting in the showcase features a number of symbolic elements that are conjoined together. The mythic […] More

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