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    Entries in art show (98)

    Saturday
    Nov072015

    Faile 'Savage/Sacred Young Minds' Brooklyn Museum Video

    Check it out HERE

    Friday
    Sep252015

    Hattie Stewart 'Pattern, Shape, Fluidity, Versions' Art Show Details

    Check it out HERE

    Sunday
    Sep132015

    Anthony LIster 'Mad Props Street Cred' Art Show Details

    'MAD PROPS STREET CRED' ART SHOW

    Solo exhibition by Anthony Lister

    September 11th – October 10th, 2015

    Opening Reception Friday, September 11th

    NEW IMAGE ART GALLERY

    7pm – 10pm at 7920 Santa Monica Blvd.

    West Hollywood, CA 90046

     

    Check it out HERE

    Friday
    Jul032015

    Prefab77 'Cheap Sin' Print Available

    Artist: Prefab77
    Title: Cheap Sin
    Medium: 6 Colour Screen Print
    Size: 100 x 70 cm
    Edition: N/A
    Price: £200

    Check it out HERE

    Sunday
    Nov092014

    Kenny Random '1000 - One Thousand Pics' This Looks Promising...

     

    Check it out HERE
    Saturday
    Sep272014

    Joseph Loughborough 'In The Cave We Dance' Art Show Details


    Check it out HERE

    Saturday
    Aug092014

    Eelus 'Summoning 1' + 'Summoning 2' SNEAK PEEK

     

    Check it out HERE

    Monday
    Jun232014

    Lora Zombie 'Falling Angel' Print Available

     

    Artist: Lora Zombie
    Title: Falling Angel
    Medium: Giclee
    Size: 16 x 20 Inches
    Edition: 75
    Price: $80

    Check it out HERE

    Saturday
    Jun212014

    Kazuki Takamatsu 'Spiral Of Emotions' Opening TONIGHT

     

    Check it out HERE

    Saturday
    Jun212014

    Jay Ryan 'Better Days Ahead' Art Show Details

     

    "Chicago(FTFY) Skokie based artist, printer and gig-poster legend Jay Ryan returns for his third solo exhibit of paintings at Rotofugi gallery. Join us for the opening reception for this new exhibit on Friday, June 27th, 7-10pm, show runs until August 3rd."

    Check it out HERE

    Wednesday
    May142014

    Lori Earley 'The Devils Pantomime' Art Show June 7th

     

     

     

    Tuesday
    Apr012014

    Hattie Stewart 'Hello Cheeky' Art Available

     

    Artist: Hattie Stewart
    Title: Hello Cheeky
    Medium: Originals On Media
    Size: 12 x 12 Inches + Up
    Edition: 1/1
    Price: £495

    Check it out HERE

    Monday
    Jan202014

    Bumblebee 'Bee Yourself' Art Show Details

     

    Tuesday
    Jan142014

    Josh Keyes 'The Far Side Of The World' Release Details

     

    Check it out HERE

    Sunday
    Dec082013

    Dennis Morris & Shepard Fairey 'SID: Superman Is Dead' Art Show Details

    The Sex Pistols changed my life when I discovered them in 1984. Their music alone made my arm hairs stand up, but their image and attitude were just as important and powerful. The member of the Sex Pistols  who I was drawn to and most epitomized the punk image for me was Sid Vicious, with his spiked hair, leather jacket, lock necklace, and reckless behavior. At 14 I was mesmerized by Sid and made my first home-made t-shirt of him snarling his lip defiantly. I was rebelling, looking for any way to irritate my parents and, before I knew better, Sid was my Superman. Sid self-destructed young and with punk’s slogans like “No Future” and “Live Fast, Die Young,” Sid was everything the Superman, anti-hero, or cliché, of a nihilistic movement called for. Sid didn’t really do much to shape punk music…he only actually played on two songs on Never Mind the Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols. However, Sid’s surly vocals kick ass on C’mon Everybody, Somethin’  Else, and My Way. Sid remains one of punk’s most enduring icons even if he is a classic example of style over substance. I was a sucker for Sid’s image as a teenager, and I still am, even though I see him as less “cool” and more tragic and cautionary these days. I have made many images of Sid over the years, and I thought I had retired him as a subject until Dennis Morris-the photographer of the most intimate and iconic shots of Sid-approached me about a collaboration. Dennis’s archive provided an amazing treasure trove of Sid images to work from in creating the paintings and prints in the “Superman Is Dead” show. I’m so glad I got to do Dennis’s Sid images “My Way”! I can now retire Sid as a subject. I’ve worked with the best, I can skip the rest.
    - Shepard Fairey

    Check it out HERE