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  • A Familiar Face: GATS Found Object Nostalgia @ Hashimoto Contemporary, SF
    by (Editor -- Evan) on August 7, 2020 at 8:58 am

    At the beginning of this century, when the cost of living increased in the San Francisco Bay Area, and the city itself became beyond affordable, a migration of artists headed east about 9 miles to Oakland. Graffiti, street art, art walks, galleries and studios began to proliferate, so much so that Oakland became a hotbed of new and standout graffiti pieces recognized […]

  • Artist Interview: Travis Fish
    by Rom Levy on August 5, 2020 at 11:09 am

    Contemporary American artist Travis Fish has been a rising name in the global art scene. Originally from Wisconsin, Travis lives and works in New-York City. Travis Fish paints catchy motifs, shirts, pants, luxury sweatshirts and portraits as if he had put them on his large format canvases in no time. His art seems childish, naive, The post Artist Interview: Travis Fish […]

  • “ROGER DELIVRANT ANGELIQUE” by 100taur in Montauban, France
    by Bianca Duran on August 5, 2020 at 9:10 am

    French artist 100taur just worked on a mural painting done in collaboration with the City of Montauban and the Ingres Museum. The mural is the 2nd part of the trilogy around the work of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. For little background on the artwork, Roger delivering Angelique is a painting painted by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres in 1819, inspired by a The […]

  • You Are My Guest: OSGEMEOS Take Over in the Heart of Seoul
    by (Editor -- Evan) on August 5, 2020 at 8:26 am

    Undeterred by the Covid cancellation of their planned presentation at one of the biggest art museums in Brazil, Pinacoteca in Sao Paulo, OSGEMEOS recently celebrated a remote opening of their Korean debut solo show OSGEMEOS: You Are My Guest at Hyundai Card Storage. Enveloping the large exhibition space located in Itaewon in central Seoul with their large scale works and […]

  • Lyrical Illustrations by Käthe Butcher Explore Femininity, Emotion, and Human Intimacy
    by Grace Ebert on August 7, 2020 at 8:51 pm

    As widespread lockdowns swept the globe earlier this year in response to the threat of COVID-19, intimacy became fraught. For artist Käthe Butcher, the loss of an embrace or casual peck on the cheek was incredibly difficult. “The pandemic affected everyone differently. I always thought I am not that kind of person getting scared or/and paranoid easily, but in […]

  • Sprawling Floral Installations Spill Over Garbage Cans and Phone Booths on New York City Streets
    by Grace Ebert on August 7, 2020 at 4:28 pm

    Thanks to Lewis Miller Design, those passing through New York City have gotten some respite from the rank smells and soggy refuse of streetside garbage cans. For years, the florist (previously) has been planting guerilla installations of sunflowers, hydrangeas, and peonies in public areas, transforming trash receptacles, construction zones, and lampposts with sprawling […]

  • Unused Microchips, Motherboards, and Other Electronic Waste Make This Upcycled Watch Tick
    by Grace Ebert on August 7, 2020 at 2:29 pm

    Recent reports estimate that the world produced 53.6 million metric tons of electronic waste last year alone, a record high that’s expected only to rise. In an effort to prevent digging up precious materials like gold, silver, and aluminum just to return them to the ground later on as trash, the sustainable fashion brand Vollebak has introduced Garbage Watch. As its […]