Multimedia Installation By Marielle Plaisir Has Plenty to Say

February 24, 2020

Multimedia Installation By Marielle Plaisir Has Plenty to Say Locust Projects Opens Exhibit This Weekend Friday, February 21, 2020 Angela Shlyakhov Marielle Plaisir, a French-Caribbean artist based in South Florida has a message in her new multimedia installation opening this weekend at Miami’s Locust Projects. “Not much has changed in our society in 80 years. […]

Gommaar Gilliams at the La Brea Studio Artists Residency

August 24, 2019

Belgian artist, Gommaar Gilliams has been creating a series of dynamic new paintings at The La Brea Studio Artists Residency. Gommaar has been exhibiting this body of work, titled, ‘Always Come Back,’ at The Cabin, an alternative exhibition space in Los Angeles. Gommaar Gilliams’ works explore his longing for an imagined dreamlike world. Melancholic and mystical, his paintings […]

New Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Profiles Revolutionary African American Men

June 14, 2019

A new traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian presents the narrative of a nation through the profiles of significant African American men who are icons in the country’s historical and cultural landscape. “Men of Change: Power. Triumph. Truth.” launches a three-year, 10-city national tour at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati Aug. 17. The […]

Rashaad Newsome | 2019 Art + Technology Lab Grant Recipient

The Art + Technology Lab at LACMA is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2019 Art + Technology grants. Emphasizing iteration and risk-taking over the completion of a finished work, the Lab continues to support artist projects that engage emerging technology. LACMA issued the 2019 Request for Proposals in December 2018, and the museum received over […]

Rashaad Newsome in ‘Radical Love’ at the Ford Foundation Gallery this Summer

May 28, 2019

We are pleased to announce that Rashaad Newsome’s #1stPlace (2016) and Look Back At It (2016) will be featured in the upcoming exhibition, Radical Love, at the The Ford Foundation Gallery. The gallery is a new exhibition space located within the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice and is a gathering space for ideas and conversations led by […] | Artist Devan Shimoyama Takes on Race and Sexuality With Glitter and Rhinestones

January 19, 2019

Philadelphia Native Shimoyama is now based in Pittsburgh, where he teaches at Carnegie Mellon University. A Yale M.F.A. graduate, his paintings borrow materials from drag culture—glitter, feathers, and rhinestones—and explore issues related to race, masculinity, and illusions of wealth. His debut solo museum exhibition, Cry, Baby, is at the Andy Warhol Museum through March 2019. Come back […]

5 Outstanding Discoveries at Miami Art Week’s Satellite Fairs | Devan Shimoyama

December 14, 2018

When you’ve gotten your fill of blue chip contemporary art and seven-figure masterpieces from the mother of all fairs—Art Basel Miami Beach—there are plenty of opportunities to branch out beyond the convention center to one of dozens of satellite fairs spread across the city. There, you’ll find plenty of excitement, from up-and-coming artists with loads […]

Robert Lazzarini | Mint Museum

November 8, 2018 Robert Lazzarini's show the flowering will be on view in Mint Museum Uptown’s Level 5 Expansion Space from November 16 through December 30, 2018. His show will include paintings and sculptures incorporating imagery relating to the late actress Sharon Tate. Mint Museum Uptown 500 S. Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States  

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 […]

Gommaar Gilliams featured at MoMu in Antwerp, Belgium

October 8, 2018

This Autumn, MoMu will present the exhibition “Soft? Tactile Dialogues” on location at the Maurice Verbaet Center in Antwerp. This will mark the first time that MoMu takes its focus away from fashion. It will present work from its own collection by Belgian textile artists from the 1970s and ’80s in an inspiring dialogue with contemporary artists […]

Zevs | Eiffel Phœnix public and monumental art piece

October 4, 2018

As part of the 2018 Nuit Blanche which will be held on October 6, the artist ZEVS will take over the Eiffel Tower, the symbol of Paris “City of Light”, in order to make it a public and monumental art piece: Eiffel Phœnix The show is accessible to everyone from midnight to 7am. When night […]

Rashaad Newsome | Shade Compositions at Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh, PA

Rashaad Newsome, renowned New York based artist, will make his Pittsburgh debut of Shade Compositions, an ongoing performance project that launched in 2005. Throughout the Fall of 2018, Newsome will be working in Pittsburgh, casting local performers, and staging rehearsals for Shade Compositions, the artist’s critically acclaimed performance. In this performance, Newsome is both conductor, composer and [...]

New York Live Arts to receive $366K for Rashaad Newsome’s project FIVE

September 29, 2018

As an ever expanding regional arts organization with a dedication to conceptual rigor, formal experimentation, and active socio-cultural engagement, New York Live Arts is honored to share that our efforts have been significantly aided by an award from the William Penn Foundation’s Creative Communities program. New York Live Arts will receive $366K to be used over […]

NY Times | A Good Year for Younger Artists, Immigrant Citizens and Outrage

September 7, 2018

Photo: “Snake Baby” (2016), by Devan Shimoyama, whose solo show at the Andy Warhol Museum opens on Oct. 13. In 2018, the United States stands with dukes up against much of the world. And a scan of the upcoming art season suggests that museums are tightening borders too. Where are the big shows of art from […]

Devan Shimoyama’s solo exhibition at The Andy Warhol Museum opens this Fall

June 5, 2018

Devan Shimoyama: Cry, Baby will mark the first museum solo exhibition of Devan Shimoyama, Philadelphia-born painter and professor at Carnegie Mellon University. Spanning his burgeoning career, this exhibition includes painting, photography and sculpture, and a series of new works that will be on view for the first time. His work challenges cliché with daring and personal […]

Rashaad Newsome Unveils Video Installation at Westfield World Trade Center

April 25, 2018 The Brooklyn based artist is showing his "ICON" video art in collaboration with Art Production Fund. For the next month, you can meet Rashaad Newsome at the mall. The New York-based artist has installed his video at Westfield World Trade Center and Westfield Century City, in collaboration with the Art Production Fund. Through the end of May, his “Icon” series, featuring [...]

AISH premiers music video directed by Rashaad Newsome on Tidal

March 1, 2018

Aish, the Rising San Franciscan artist, is touted one of the more experimental and engaging pop artists around and TIDAL is fortunate to premiere the music video for his latest single, “Orcas.” Below, Aish and director Rashaad Newsome speak on the creation of the song and the music video: Aish “I first encountered Rashaad through […]

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