• Catching Up with Augor, Interim in Three Rounds

      Tuesday, 26 January 2010 22:37

      Catching Up with Augor What’s Los Angeles based graffiti artist Augor been up to lately? A whole lot. After hanging with him in Miami last month during Art Basel, our suspicions that this young, rebellious artist would start to make a real name for himself in the world of street and graphic art have started […]

    • Philip Taaffe; Back Talk with Miso

      Tuesday, 26 January 2010 22:28

      Philip Taaffe Taaffe’s elaborate images are the slow product of wide-ranging meditations on the interrelation of generic forms and images in art, nature, architecture, and archaeology filtered through a critical and dynamic relation to the history of abstract painting, both Occidental and Oriental. Drawing has always played an important role in his art. (Artdaily, January […]

    • Getting Sticky: Mark Jenkins x Aakash Nihalani; Adam Friedman

      Tuesday, 26 January 2010 19:45

      Never for Sale In 1979 I painted about 40 hummingbirds on exterior locations in lower Manhattan. An experience I’ve never recovered from. Every year I do another street project but I don’t think I’ll ever get to the bottom of the possibilities I stumbled upon with those birds. For years I engaged in a pretty […]

    • “Alias Man Ray: The Art of Reinvention”

      Tuesday, 8 December 2009 22:37

      “Alias Man Ray: The Art of Reinvention” by Valery Oisteanu at The Jewish Museum through March 14, 2010 Valery Oisteanu Man Ray was a major cultural bridge between New York and Paris, between avant-garde painters, photographers, writers and filmmakers. For two crucial decades (1921-1940) his Paris studio was a meeting place for artists, dealers, models […]

    • Mar­cel Duchamp: Étant don­nés

      Tuesday, 3 November 2009 22:35

      Two major sub­jects for Ducham­pi­ons [sic] are Mar­cel Duchamp’s final work, Étant don­nés: 1. La chute d’eau, 2. Le gaz d’éclairage (Given: 1. The Water­fall, 2. The Illu­mi­nat­ing Gas), posthu­mously revealed to the pub­lic in 1969, and Duchamp’s life­long devo­tion to chess.  Two acutely rel­e­vant exhi­bi­tions opened within a month of each other early this […]

    • Pecha Kucha Freestyle

      Thursday, 9 July 2009 22:46

      Curated by Anais Lellouche & Hajnalka Somogyi Participating artists: Olivier Babin, Rhys Coren, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Baris Goturk, Adam Kleinman, Liz Magic Laser, Vaclav Magid, John Menick, Bjargey Olafsdottir, Anna Ostoya, Jochen Plogsties & Ivy Haldeman, Alexandre Singh, Samu Szemerey, Hong-An Truong, Wendy Vogel.   Curated by Anais Lellouche & Hajnalka Somogyi Participating artists: Olivier Babin, […]


      Wednesday, 8 July 2009 15:08

      A Unique One–Off Art Exhibition Where You Become The Art at Ghost Farringdon. Acclaimed artist Amos and Ghost Farringdon present a provocative and interactive visual feast where guests will become an integral part of the art exhibition. ALL THOU ART, which takes place on 9th July at Ghost Farringdon will highlight Amos’ ideas of using […]

    • Keith Morant

      Tuesday, 7 July 2009 16:29

      Keith Morant, co-producer of ‘A Dream of Dark Colours’. Image courtesy of Scoop, Independent News. www.scoop.co.nz   Co-producer on the project internationally acclaimed artist Keith Morant (who just received the President of the Republics medal in Southern Italy this year and who has a presence at the Venice Biennale thanks to World Arts Media – […]

    • Art & Electronic Media: June 16 – July 10

      Thursday, 2 July 2009 19:51

      Laurie Anderson, Jim Campbell, Tim Hawkinson, Michael Joaquin Grey, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Robert Lazzarini, Golan Levin, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Mark Napier, Manfred Mohr, Tony Oursler, C.E.B. Reas, Jennifer Steinkamp, and Lillian Schwartz.     ART & ELECTRONIC MEDIA Book launch and group exhibition featuring art and ideas from Edward Shanken’s Art and Electronic Media (Phaidon Press, […]

    • BROADTHINKING: Unnatural Acts and Other Illicit Thoughts about Nature

      Wednesday, 14 January 2009 11:26

      An art exhibit curated by Chris Twomey at Broadway Gallery in Soho is a compilation of installations by eleven individual artists metamorphing natural or waste products into another form of existence, giving new life through use of the materials and ideas. As artists, they are able to manipulate, control, recycle materials into other products that […]