NY Times | Seven Artists on the Warhol Influence | Devan Shimoyama

November 6, 2018

WARHOL’S LEGACY Seven Artists on the Warhol Influence How the Pop master’s experimentation helped them find their own voice. Three decades after Andy Warhol’s death, he remains one of America’s most provocative artists. His influence on popular culture is so pervasive that each emerging art movement after him has had to grapple with Warhol’s focus […]

Artnet news | Late ‘Star Trek’ Actor Anton Yelchin Had a Secret Passion for Photography. Now See His Work for the First Time.

January 14, 2018

At the time of his tragic and untimely death in 2016, at just 27 years old, actor Anton Yelchin was revered for his roles in major films, including Star Trek, Terminator: Salvation, and Like Crazy.  But little did Yelchin’s legions of fans know that, for years, he had been pursuing a second career as a photographer, documenting a variety […]

Layering Time: On Rashaad Newsome by Emmanuel Iduma for Bomb Magazine

December 12, 2017

Rashaad Newsome, Running, 2017. Park Avenue Armory. Photo © Da Ping Luo. Photo courtesy Rashaad Newsome Studio.   At the beginning of November I attended the premiere of Rashaad Newsome’s Running at the Park Avenue Armory. The audience was led blind into the building’s Veterans Room. I hadn’t come with a friend, and as I sat waiting, the chatter […]

NBC News | Gay artist reimagines the ‘hyper-masculine’ black barbershop

November 28, 2017 As a young, black kid growing up in a predominately white neighborhood in Philadelphia, Devan Shimoyama first remembers hearing the term “sweet” being used in a positive context. “The term ‘sweet’ had been used by white friends as something more like ‘cool’ or ‘awesome,’” Shimoyama told NBC News.  "Crowned" by Devan Shimoyama is part of [...]

Hypebeast | Rare Photos by Late Actor Anton Yelchin Will Be Featured in Upcoming NYC Exhibit

November 21, 2017 De Buck Gallery in New York City will present a new exhibition dedicated to the photographic work of the late actor, Anton Yelchin. Entitled “Anton Yelchin: Provocative Beauty,” the upcoming presentation will spotlight a total of 54 photos culled from Yelchin’s extensive portfolio spanning six years. “At the time of his tragic passing at the age of 27, unbeknownst [...]

Whitehot Magazine | Robert Lazzarini on His New Show at De Buck Gallery

October 2, 2017 By NOAH BECKER, SEPT. 2017 I spoke to artist Robert Lazzarini about his new show at De Buck Gallery in New York's Chelsea arts district. Noah Becker: What does the title of your new show Inflorescence refer to? Robert Lazzarini: To the possibilities of a new flowering. Bookending that with the fact that Sharon Tate was 8 1/2 [...]

De Buck Loft Series at TriBeCa’s Six Cortlandt Alley

September 19, 2017 De Buck Gallery is pleased to present the De Buck Loft Series at Six Cortlandt Alley, a restored 19th century Italianate building with five full-floor lofts including two duplex penthouses. The gallery has teamed up with Halstead Property Development Marketing to host a two-month exhibition in the fourth floor residence within the Tribeca development. Curated [...]

De Buck Gallery Announces New Representation of Artists Juan Garaizabal, Robert Lazzarini, and Devan Shimoyama

September 15, 2017 From left to right: Robert Lazzarini, Devan Shimoyama, Juan Garaizabal NEW YORK—De Buck Gallery is pleased to announce the representation of contemporary artists Juan Garaizabal, Robert Lazzarini, and Devan Shimoyama. Founded in 2010, the expansion of De Buck’s programs across its New York City, Saint Paul de Vence and Antwerp locations marks a fundamental shift [...]

Rarely seen Gutai artworks arrive in London

September 7, 2017 Pieces by members of the avant-garde Japanese group will be on show at The Arts Club from September 13 “Do what no one has done before,” said Jiro Yoshihara, one of the founders in the 1950s of Japanese art group Gutai, and his fellow members took him at his word, smashing jars of paint and using [...]

“What is your definition of ‘Actionism’ today?”

March 2, 2017 We asked the Featured Artists of ‘Opulent Landscapes’ the following question: “What is your definition of ‘Actionism’ today?” The question was posed by the curator, Rachel Vancelette, in an effort to have the term redefined in contemporary context, rather than in a historical context. The artists' studio practice, artworks and the action of creation in [...]

Rashaad Newsome at National Museum of African American History and Culture

September 27, 2016

We are pleased to announce the inclusion of Rashaad Newsome’s Shade Compositions performance video at the inaugural exhibition of The National Museum of African American History and Culture.  Shade Compositions is a live performance featuring a a chorus of more than 25 Black women combining improvisatory orchestral music and live video-mixing. Rashaad divided the performers […]

Rashaad Newsome in group exhibition “Face to Face” at Hilliard museum

September 15, 2016

FACE TO FACE: A Survey of Contemporary Portraiture by Louisiana Artists Curated by Jane Hart   Face to Face features work by twelve nationally and internationally acclaimed artists working in a variety of media. It includes Willie Birch, Douglas Bourgeois, George Dureau, Elizabeth Kleinveld & Epaul Julien, Aubrey Edwards, Deborah Luster, Rashaad Newsome, Tameka Norris, […]

Interview with Tahnee Lonsdale

April 12, 2016 Can you tell us a little bit about your background? How did you get into art? When did you know you wanted to be a painter? I grew up in West Sussex, in a village called Rogate about 2 hours south of London. I am 3rd of 4 sisters. My dad was in the rag [...]

Rashaad Newsome | The Artist Vogueing (and Collaging, and XBoxing) Across America

March 24, 2016 T | The New York Times Style Magazine On the eve of his opening at the Studio Museum in Harlem — one among many milestones for him this year — the artist Rashaad Newsome opens the door to his new Bedford-Stuyvesant studio wearing his standard uniform of a Comme des Garçons T-shirt (this one black [...]

Colossal | Kelly Reemtsen

November 19, 2015

Kelly Reemtsen’s Painterly Juxtapositions of Chic Dresses and Power Tools Showcase Modern Femininity Los Angeles-based painter Kelly Reemtsen‘s newest works focus on the subject matter of well-dressed women toting household tools that range from mallets to power saws, each held in a causal position that demonstrates a comfortableness with the object in-hand. Each figure is […]

Gallery Gurls Q & A with Kelly Reemtsen

October 8, 2015

In Conversation with Kelly Reemtsen on her provocative new show ‘Smashing’ October 8, 2015   LA-based artist Kelly Reemtsen returns for a second solo exhibit at the De Buck Gallery with the aptly titled show Smashing, further delving into the metaphor of modern women ‘breaking the glass ceiling’. In Smashing, a follow-up to to her 2013 show America’s Sweetheart, Reemtsen continues to explore […]

The Splatter Artist Who Influenced Japan’s Avant-Garde

June 12, 2015

By Sophia Callahan | the creators project The work of late artist Shozo Shimamoto splashes with color, fragments of plastic, and broken glass. Like Jackson Pollock’s drip paintings and Yves Klein’s body paintings, Shozo Shimamoto’s Bottle Crash works are benchmarks in the lineage of action and abstract painting. Now, a new show at De Buck Gallery features […]

De Buck Gallery x Brothers of Charity

De Buck Gallery is proud to support the Brothers of Charity’s humanitarian efforts in the Central African Republic via the resale of works by French street artist Zevs. The Brothers of Charity is a worldwide religious organization dedicated to providing humanitarian support to individuals, especially children and young people, living in war-torn countries. The Brothers […]

Sam Francis Exclusive Selection at De Buck Gallery

May 21, 2015

De Buck Gallery is pleased to offer a selection of works on paper by acclaimed artist Sam Francis (1923-1994), dating from the 1950s to 1980s. A key figure of the second generation of American Abstract Expressionism, Francis is recognized for his role in bringing the movement to international attention in Europe and Asia. Having spent […]

De Buck Gallery Antwerp Opens

November 25, 2014

De Buck Gallery is excited to announce the successful inauguration of our Antwerp viewing space on Friday, November 21, 2014. The space is located at Bosmanslei 30, 2018 Antwerp, Belgium, and will be open by appointment throughout the year. On view during the opening was the third installment of the traveling exhibition “A New Visual […]

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